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Angular Contact Instrument Bearings

Angular Contact Instrument Bearings

Angular contact bearings have one ring shoulder partially or totally removed. This allows a larger ball complement than found in comparable deep groove bearings, hence a greater load capacity. Speed capability is also greater.

Angular contact bearings are assembled to a contact angle by varying the radial clearance. Instrument angular contact bearings have nominal contact angles of either 10° or 15°.

Separable and nonseparable types are available. In a separable bearing (B type), the cage holds the balls in place so that the outer ring assembly (with cage and balls) can be separated from the inner ring.

Separable bearings are useful where bearings must be installed in blind holes or where press fits are required, both on the shaft and in the housing. The separable feature also permits dynamic balancing of a rotating component with inner ring mounted in place, apart from the outer ring and housing.

Angular contact bearings support thrust loads or combinations of radial and thrust loading. They cannot accept radial loads only — a thrust load of sufficient magnitude must be present. An individual angular contact bearing can be thrust-loaded in only one direction; this load may be a working load or a preload.

 

Deep Groove Instrument Bearings

Deep groove ball bearings have full shoulders on both sides of the raceways of the inner and outer rings. They can accept radial loads, thrust loads in either direction, or a combination of loads.

The design of deep groove bearings make them suitable for the addition of closures which help exclude contaminants and retain lubrication. Besides single deep groove bearings with closures, Barden also offers duplex pairs with seals or shields on the outboard faces.

Flanged bearings are especially useful in through-bored housings. The inboard side of the flange provides an accurate positioning surface for bearing alignment, eliminating a need for housing shoulders or shoulder rings.

Deep groove bearings are available in many sizes, with a variety of cage types. Because of their versatility, deep groove bearings are the most widely used type of bearing.

 

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