Pollution will cause premature damage to stainless steel bearings; pollution mainly means that sand, metal shavings, etc. enter the inside of the bearing. The main reasons include: opening the stainless steel bearing package prematurely before use, causing pollution; the working environment during installation is not clean and causing pollution; the working environment of the bearing is not clean, and the working medium is polluted.
Suggestions: It is better not to unpack the stainless steel bearings before use; keep the installation environment clean during installation, clean the stainless steel bearings to be used, and strengthen the sealing device of the bearings.
Second, poor lubrication
According to investigations, poor lubrication is one of the main causes of premature damage to stainless steel bearings. The main reasons include: the lubricant or lubricating oil is not filled in time; the lubricant or lubricating oil is not filled in place; the lubricant or lubricating oil is not selected properly; the lubrication method is incorrect;
Recommendation: Select the correct lubricant or lubricating oil, and use the correct lubrication and filling method.