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Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
Angular Contact Ball Bearings Id
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  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
  • SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute
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    • 1. Angular Contact Ball Bearings
    • 2. Angular Contact Ball Bearings
    • 3. Single Row Angular Contact Ball Bearing Components
    • 4. Influence of Contact Angles
    • 5. Load Capability
    • 6. Universal Arrangements for Angular Contact Ball BearingsSingle Tandem Back-to-back Face-to-face
    • 7. Variation in Contact AngleSimilar contact angles, Variation in contact angles,inner and outer ring inner and outer ring
    • 8. Bearing Preload Life Preload Clearance
    • 9. Bearing Preload and Static Load Deflection A B Bearing B Bearing A Axial force, F P δ δ Axial deflection δA δB 0 0
    • 10. Bearing Preload, Spring LoadedSpring loaded face-to-face arrangement Spring loaded back-to-back arrangement
    • 11. Clearance and Preload OptionsTable 1: Axial internal clearance of single row angular contact ball bearings of series 72 B(E) and 73 B(E) when mounted in random pairs arranged back-to-back or face-to-face Bore Axial internal clearance diameter Class d CA CB CC over incl. min max min max min max mm µm – 10 4 12 14 22 22 30 10 18 5 13 15 23 24 32 18 30 7 15 18 26 32 40 30 50 9 17 22 30 40 48 50 80 11 23 26 38 48 60 80 120 14 26 32 44 55 67 120 180 17 29 35 47 62 74 180 250 21 37 45 61 74 90 250 315 26 42 52 68 90 106
    • 12. Clearance and Preload OptionsTable 2: Preload of single row angular contact ball bearings of series 72 B(E) and 73 B(E) when mounted in random pairs arranged back-to-back or face-to-face Bore Preload diameter Class d CA CB CC over incl. min max max min max min max min max min max mm µm N µm N µm N 10 18 +4 –4 80 –2 –10 30 330 –8 –16 230 660 18 30 +4 –4 120 –2 –10 40 480 –8 –16 340 970 30 50 +4 –4 160 –2 –10 60 630 –8 –16 450 1 280 50 80 +6 –6 380 –3 –15 140 1 500 –12 –24 1 080 3 050 80 120 +6 –6 410 –3 –15 150 1 600 –12 –24 1 150 3 250 120 180 +6 –6 540 –3 –15 200 2 150 –12 –24 1 500 4 300 180 250 +8 –8 940 –4 –20 330 3 700 –16 –32 2 650 7 500 250 315 +8 –8 1 080 –4 –20 380 4 250 –16 –32 3 000 8 600
    • 13. Cage TypesBEP BEMBEJ BEY
    • 14. Application: Fan Shaft
    • 15. Application: Tandem Arrangement in a Piston Pump
    • 16. PumPac™ BearingsThrust load direction
    • 17. PumPac™ Bearing Load Deflection Bearing B Bearing A Axial force, F
    • 18. Double Row Angular Contact Ball Bearings32 A, 33 A 32 E, 33 E 52 A, 53 A, 54 A 52 E, 53 E
    • 19. Seals, Shields and Snap Rings forDouble Row Angular Contact Ball Bearings
    • 20. Application: Process Pump
    • 21. Non Driven Motor Car Wheel Bearing
    • 22. Four Point Contact Ball Bearings (QJ bearings)
    • 23. Application: Screw Compressor
    • 24. Check Machine Drawings and Fits
    • 25. Preparations for Efficient Dismounting
    • 26. Press
    • 27. Using Bearing PullersExternal Internal Blind Spread Reach Withdrawalforce
    • 28. Pulling on the Inner Ring
    • 29. Pulling on the Outer Ring
    • 30. Before Fitting Bearings
    • 31. Cold Bearing Fitting
    • 32. Press Fitting
    • 33. Principle of Induction Heating
    • 34. Induction Heater RangeA = TMBH 1 B = TIH 025/TIH 030 C = TIH 060 D = TIH 120
    • 35. Lubrication of Angular Contact Ball Bearings Oil bath lubrication Bearing housing Constant level oiler Required operating level Oil-rim level
    • 36. Oil Mist and Angular Contact Ball Bearings Oil-ring lubrication Oil mist lubrication

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