Deep groove ball bearings can be used in a wide range of applications, so what are the characteristics of deep groove ball bearings?
The deep groove ball bearing bears a large unilateral axial load, and the larger the contact angle, the greater the load-bearing capacity. The raw materials of deep groove ball-bearing cages include thick steel plates, engineering plastics, etc. The forming methods are divided into stamping die or milling methods, which are adopted according to the rolling bearing method or application situation.
The deep groove ball bearing can bear the axial load and axial load at the same time. Can work at higher speed ratios. The larger the contact angle, the higher the axial bearing capacity. Precision deep groove ball bearings and high-speed angular contact ball bearings generally use a contact angle of 15 degrees in practice. Under the action of axial force, the contact angle will expand.
Single row deep groove ball bearing, the force direction is relatively fixed, generally can only bear the axial load in one direction, it will cause additional axial force when the force is applied. And only the axial offset of the limited shaft or housing in one orientation.
If they are installed in pairs, the bezels of a pair of rolling bearings should be opposite, that is, the wide end should correspond to the wide inner hole, and the narrow end should correspond to the narrow inner hole. This prevents additional axial forces and allows the shaft or housing to be limited to the axial backlash in 2 orientations.
The deep groove ball bearing can bear the axial load and the axial load at the same time because the outer dovetail guide can have relative displacement on the horizontal center line-coordinated load (single row deep groove ball bearing can bear the axial load in one direction only), so it is generally often used in pairs). The materials of ball bearings are copper, anti-corrosion coatings, etc., which are different according to the rolling bearing method and application.