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    What is "steam turbine bearing"

    Turbine radial bearings are divided into two types: fixed-pad bearings and tilting-pad bearings. Fixed tile bearing Fixed pad bearings include cylindrical bearings, elliptical pad bearings, multi-oil wedge and multi-oil leaf bearings (currently not widely used). Ordinary cylindrical bearings are com... read more

    Sep 02,2021 News
  • Sliding bearing

    Sliding bearing

    Sliding bearings are very similar in design to rolling bearings except that they do not use ball bearings when sliding. If they are cylindrical, they are usually called bushings. The bushing can be metal or plastic material, or even air. Sliding bearings can run on hardened steel or stainless steel ... read more

    Aug 27,2021 News
  • The characteristics, differences and corresponding uses of a variety of common bearings(2)

    The characteristics, differences and corresponding uses of a variety of common bearings(2)

    6. Deep groove ball bearings Structurally, each ring of a deep groove ball bearing has a continuous groove raceway with a cross-section of about one-third of the circumference of the ball's equatorial circumference. Deep groove ball bearings are mainly used to bear radial load, but also can bear cer... read more

    Aug 20,2021 News
  • Several common types of rolling bearings with their own seals

    Several common types of rolling bearings with their own seals

    Structure, function, advantages and disadvantages: non-contact steel plate dust cover sealing device is the most commonly used one. It is suitable for high speed, with proper sealing and occupying space, and poor dust-proof and grease-proof performance. Non-contact method: single lip seal Structure,... read more

    Aug 12,2021 News
  • The characteristics, differences and corresponding uses of a variety of common bearings (1)

    The characteristics, differences and corresponding uses of a variety of common bearings (1)

    1. Angular contact ball bearings There is a contact angle between the ring and the ball. The standard contact angles are 15°, 30° and 40°. The larger the contact angle, the greater the axial load capacity. The smaller the contact angle, the more conducive to high-speed rotation. Single row bearings ... read more

    Aug 05,2021 News