• Several common types of rolling bearings with built-in seals

    Several common types of rolling bearings with built-in seals

    Non-contact method: single lip seal Structure, function and advantages and disadvantages: The combination of steel plate and rubber is a non-contact sealing device. The outer diameter of the inner ring has a grooved spear and a sealing lip to form a labyrinth seal. It is suitable for high speed, sui... read more

    Feb 10,2020 News
  • Disassembly steps and precautions for spherical bearings with seats

    Disassembly steps and precautions for spherical bearings with seats

    1. Use an Allen wrench to loosen the locking screw on the bearing eccentric sleeve, then use a small iron rod to insert the counterbore on the eccentric sleeve of the top cover, and loosen the eccentric sleeve against the direction of shaft rotation. 2. Loosen the bolts fixing the bearing seat. Remo... read more

    Feb 14,2020 News
  • Installation steps and precautions for spherical bearings with seats

    Installation steps and precautions for spherical bearings with seats

    1. Before installing the bearing on the shaft, you must first remove the fixing pin of the bearing jacket, and at the same time, polish the surface of the journal to smooth and clean, and apply oil to prevent rust and lubrication at the journal (allow the bearing to rotate slightly on the shaft). 2.... read more

    Feb 22,2020 News
  • Contact seal of bearing with external seal

    Contact seal of bearing with external seal

    A contact seal is a seal that is in contact with its relative moving parts without gaps. Due to the direct contact between the seal and the mating part, the seal has a large friction and a large amount of heat during work, which is likely to cause poor lubrication and the contact surface is easy to ... read more

    Feb 28,2020 News