Stainless Steel Bearings for Harsh Environments
When an application demands corrosion resistance as well as space and weight savings, stainless steel Reali-Slim bearings are the answer. They come in a variety of sizes and feature stainless steel races, stainless steel or ceramic balls, and brass or non-metallic separators. This 4-page brochu...
When an application demands corrosion resistance as well as space and weight savings, stainless steel Reali-Slim bearings are the answer. They come in a variety of sizes and feature stainless steel races, stainless steel or ceramic balls, and brass or non-metallic separators. This 4-page brochure from Kaydon Bearings, an SKF company, not only describes the features and benefits, but also mounting options and a wide range of typical applications.
How Mounting Can Optimize Slewing Ring Bearing Performance
Mounting a slewing ring bearing in the proper structure is crucial to properly distributing bearing load and stress. Without an adequate structure, bearing performance is likely to suffer. So can the performance of the seals, pinions, gears, and bolts. Therefore, mounting should be considered very early in the design process.
Why Bigger isn’t Always Better: the Case for Thin Section Bearings
For applications that demand maximum performance despite space and/or weight restrictions, designers should give serious consideration to thin section bearings. While conventional bearings often have more load capacity, thin section bearings have more than enough for a wide range of applications and offer exceptional design flexibility with opportunities for significant reductions in overall system size and cost. A new white paper from Kaydon Bearings examines thin section bearing styles and features, with a discussion of design considerations, fit, lubrication, and other useful information.
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2860 McCracken Street