Angular Contact Bearing

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      Fertbearing is angular contact bearing vendor and single row angular contact bearing company. Angular contact bearings are designed so that when the bearing is used, a contact angle is formed between the race and the balls. The main design feature of this type of bearing is that one shoulder of one or both rings is lightened, or raised higher than the other. In order for these bearings to function properly, they must be assembled under thrust loads. This loading (or preload) creates a line of contact (or contact angle) between the inner race, ball and outer race. Preload can be built into the bearing or created when the bearing is inserted into the assembly. Contact angle varies from 15° to 40° and is measured relative to a line perpendicular to the bearing axis. Angular contact bearing is a one-way thrust bearing that can withstand heavy thrust loads and medium radial loads.

      The bearing design of angular contact bearing can be one-way thrust, two-way thrust, double row, double row maximum load capacity angular contact, double thrust and four-point contact.

      Single row angular contact bearings are designed to carry radial and axial loads from one direction. Single row angular contact bearings are typically used in applications that require high speed rotation and high stiffness, such as machine tool spindles. Its design enables the bearing to withstand radial and axial loads and remain stable during high-speed rotation. The contact angle between the inner ring and outer ring of a single row angular contact bearing is usually 15 degrees or 25 degrees, which helps to improve the bearing's stiffness and load-bearing capacity.

      Fertbearing angular contact bearing features and advantages

      High-quality steel that extends bearing life by 80%

      Advanced grease technology extends grease life and performance

      Premium ball that runs quietly and smoothly even at high speeds

      Super-finished raceways, specially ground to minimize noise and improve lubricant distribution and service life

      Contact Angle – Available in 15, 25, 30 and 40 degree angles

      Patented seal provides contamination resistance in the harshest environments

      Cages, available in a range of polyamide, steel and brass cage components

      Quality Assurance – 100% testing to ensure overall product quality

      Fertbearing angular contact bearing application

      Angular contact bearings are typically used in applications where high axial and radial loads are required, especially when rotating at high speeds. Common applications of such bearings include machine tool spindles, automotive transmission systems, wind turbines, compressors, pumps and aircraft engines, among other mechanical equipment that require high speed rotation and high stiffness.

      Single row angular contact bearings are generally used for relatively light axial loads and radial loads, and are suitable for applications requiring high-speed rotation and higher stiffness, such as machine tool spindles, power tools, automotive transmission systems and other precision mechanical equipment. The compact design of this bearing makes it suitable for limited installation spaces and provides good stiffness and high-speed performance.

      Fertbearing angular contact bearing FAQ

      1. What are the advantages of angular contact bearings over other types of bearings?

      Answer: The advantage of angular contact bearing over other bearing types is that it is designed to bear both radial and axial loads and is suitable for high-speed rotation and higher stiffness applications. This makes it perform well in situations where complex loads need to be carried.

      2. What problems may occur when the angular contact bearing rotates at high speed? How to solve these problems?

      Answer: When rotating at high speed, problems may occur with the angular contact bearing, such as vibration, overheating, etc. This may be due to incorrect installation, insufficient lubrication or damaged bearings. The key to solving these problems is to perform regular maintenance and inspections to ensure that the bearings are in good working order.


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