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Angular Contact Ball Bearings
- Aug 01, 2017 -

Single row angular contact ball bearings can only withstand One direction of axial load, in the case of radial load, the additional axial force will be generated. and can only limit the axial displacement of the shaft or casing in one direction. Angular contact ball bearings with a contact angle of 40 degrees, so can withstand a large axial load. Angular contact ball bearings are not separate design, both sides of the inner and outer ring of the shoulders are uneven. In order to improve the bearing capacity, the side of the shoulder will be lower processing, so that the bearing can be loaded into more steel balls.

The two-row angular contact ball bearing can withstand the radial and axial joint load and the moment load mainly by the larger radial load, which restricts the axial displacement of the shaft. It is mainly used to restrict the two-row angular contact ball bearings in the parts of shaft and casing axial displacement. The tilt between the outer rings is limited, allowing the tilt angle to be dependent on the bearing's internal clearance, bearing size, internal design and force and torque acting on the bearing, while the maximum allowable tilt angle shall ensure that the bearing does not produce excessive additional stresses. If there is a tilt angle between the inner and outer ring of the bearing, the life of the bearing will be affected and the bearing running accuracy is reduced and the running noise is increased. The double row angular contact ball bearings are generally made of nylon cage or brass solid cage. Double row angular contact ball bearing should be noted, although bearing can withstand biaxial axial load, but if the side of the ball gap, should be careful not to let the main axial load through the notch side groove. In the use of bearings should be careful to make the side of the ball gap without the main load of the raceway.