China Good quality for Agricultural Construction Machine Copper Cage Ball Bearing 6064m/C3 wheel bearing

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for agricultural construction machine copper cage ball bearing 6064M/C3

Deep groove ball bearing is the most common type of rolling bearing. The basic type of deep groove ball bearing consists of an outer ring, an inner ring, a steel ball and a group of cage. There are 2 kinds of single and double row deep groove ball bearing type, deep groove ball structure also seal and open structure, open is refers to the bearings without sealing structure, sealing type deep groove ball for sealing and dustproof and anti oil seal. The dust cover material is pressed by the steel plate, and only the dust entering the bearing roller can only play a simple way. Anti oil type for the contact type oil seal, can effectively prevent the grease inside the bearing overflow.
Deep groove ball bearing type code 6, code 4 double row deep groove ball bearing. Its structure is simple, easy to use, is the production of the most common, the most widely used type of bearing.
1, deep groove ball bearing
2, with dust cover of deep groove ball bearing
3, with dust cover of deep groove ball bearing sealing ring
4, the outer ring is provided with a stopping groove and check of deep groove ball bearing ring
5, deep groove ball bearings gap
6, double row deep groove ball bearing
According to the size of deep groove ball bearings can be divided into:
(1) miniature bearings – nominal diameter size range of 26mm below the bearing;
(2) small bearings – nominal diameter size range of 28-55mm bearing;
(3) small and medium sized bearings – nominal diameter size range of 60-115mm bearing;
(4) in the large bearing – nominal diameter size range of 120-190mm bearing
(5) large bearings – nominal diameter size range of 200-430mm bearing;
(6) extra large size bearing, nominal diameter range of 440mm or more.
Deep groove ball bearings can be used for gear box, instrument and meter, motor, household appliances, internal combustion engine, transport vehicles, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, engineering machinery, roller skates, yo yo.

1)Deep Groove Ball Bearing Distributor: NTN, TIMKEN, NSK, NACHI, KOYO, ASAHI

2)Deep Groove Ball Bearing Material: CGr15 bearing steel, Stainless steel

3)Tolerance: ABEC-1, ABEC-3; ABEC-5

4)Vibration: Z1V1, Z2V2; Z3V3, Z4V4,

5)Precision Class: P0, P6, P5, P4, P2(P4, P2, for precision ball bearing)

6)Radial Play: C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C5 needs be special adjusted

7)Seals Type: OPEN, ZZ, 2RS

8)Certificare: ISO9001: 2008, SGS

9)Hand Feeling: With very smooth feeling

10)Advantage: Low vibration, Low noise, High precision, Durable, Good price, Large stock to delivery

11)Usage: Precision machine tools, Heavy industries, Household appliance,
Medical facilities, Communication devices, Office facilities, Tractor, Water pump and Motor industry.

mm  mm             mm     rpm  
Principal dimension Basic load ratings Abutment and fillet dimensions Speed ratings Weight
d D B rmin dyc 
Cr
stc 
Cor
Old spec Designation Ds min Dh max R max Grease  Oil Kg
190 240 24 1.5 48.5 83.5 100 0571 H 61838M 198 232 1.5 2200 2800 2.38
190 260 33 2 127 138 100571H 61938M 199 251 2 2200 2800 5.85
190 269.5 33 2 127 138   61938X1M 199 260.5 2 2200 2800 6.87
190 290 46 2.1 149 204 138K1 6038 201 279 2 2000 2600 9.58
190 290 46 2.1 180 195 138H 6038M 201 279 2 2000 2600 11.1
190 290 31 2 135 155 7000138H 16038M 199 281 2 2000 2600 8.11
190 340 55 4 218 321 238K1 6238 206 324 3 1700 2000 18.9
190 340 55 4 205 300 238H 6238M 206 324 3 1700 2000 23.2
200 310 51 2.1 171 245 140K1 6040 211 299 2 1900 2400 11.7
200 310 51 2.1 171 245 140H 6040M 211 299 2 1900 2400 14.3
200 310 34 2 121 179 7000140H 16040M 209 301 2 1900 2400 10.3
200 360 58 4 222 332 240K1 6240 216 344 3 1700 2000 22.6
200 360 58 4 206 305 240H 6240M 216 344 3 1700 2000 24.4
220 300 38 2.1 136 162 1000944H 61944M 231 289 2 1900 2400 7.96
220 309.5 38 2.1 136 162   61944X1M 231 298.5 2 1900 2400 9.3
220 340 56 3 245 293 144 6044 233 327 2.5 1800 2200 15.6
220 340 56 3 245 293 144H 6044M 233 327 2.5 1800 2200 18.8
220 400 65 4 229 365 244 6244 236 384 3 1500 1800 31.2
230 329.5 40 2.1 147 227   6646M 241 319 2.1 1600 2000 10.4
240 320 38 2.1 119 186 1000948H 61948M 251 309 2 1800 2200 8.1
240 360 56 3 255 315 148H 6048M 253 347 2.5 1700 2000 20.7
240 359.5 56 3 255 315   6048X1M 253 356.5 2.5 1700 2000 20.7
240 440 72 4 277 470 248 6248 256 424 3 1300 1600 51.8
260 320 28 2 94 128 10571H 61852M 269 311 2 1700 2000 4.85
260 360 46 2.1 163 269 100 0571 H 61952M 271 349 2 1600 1900 14.4
260 370 46 2.1 163 269 752   271 349 2 1600 1900 16.5
260 369.5 60 2.1 175 288   62952X1M-1 271 349 2 1600 1900 20.3
260 400 65 4 294 375 152H 6052M 276 384 3 1500 1800 28.8
280 380 46 2.1 165 282 1000956H 61956M 291 369 2 1500 1800 15.6
280 390 46 4 165 282   61956X1M-1 291 379 2 1500 1800 17.6
280 420 65 4 305 405 156 6056 296 404 3 1400 1700 32.2
300 419.5 56 3 205 370   61960X1 296 406.5 2.5 1400 1700 20.6
300 420 56 3 207 371 1000960 61960 313 407 2.5 1300 1600 20.7
300 460 50 4 260 370   16060/HA 310 444 3 1200 1500 33.1
300 460 74 4 257 476 160 6060 316 444 3 1200 1500 48.4
320 480 74 4 265 510 164 6064 336 464 3 1100 1400 50.3
320 400 38 2.1 121 220   61864F3 331 389 2 1300 1600 11.1
320 412 38 2.5 164 292 864   308 400 2.5 1300 1600 12.7
320 440 56 3 214 395 1000964 61964 333 427 2.5 1200 1500 24.9
340 460 56 3 282 420 1000968 61968 353 447 2.5 1100 1400 27
360 440 38 2.1 126 242 10571 61872 371 429 2 1100 1400 12.2
360 540 82 5 310 620   6072F1 381 520 4 1000 1300 64.7
380 480 46 2.1 214 314   61876F1 391 469 2 1000 1300 19
380 520 65 4 266 550 100571 61976 396 504 3 1000 1300 39.8
400 540 65 4 273 582 1000980 61980F3 416 524 3 950 1200 39.4
400 600 90 5 370 780   6080F1 420 580 4 900 1100 86.5
420 560 65 4 247 395 1000984U 61984F1/C9 436 544 3 900 1100 41.9
420 560 65 4 247 395   61984F1 436 544 3 900 1100 41.9
440 600 74 4 292 648 1000988 61988F3 456 584 3 900 1100 60.5
440 650 94 6 390 880 188 6088 466 624 5 850 1000 108
460 620 74 4 299 678 100571 61992F3 476 604 3 850 1000 63
500 660 75 5 304 716   619/500X3F1 520 650 4 750 900 68.8
500 720 100 6 415 1571   60/500 526 694 5 750 900 135
560 820 115 6 600 1500   60/560N1MAS/C9 584 794 5 630 750 208
800 1150 115 7.5 650 2080   160/800X2F1 836 1114 6 500 550 427
850 1030 82 5 428 1303 10008/850 618/850 870 1571 4 450 530 144
1000 1220 100 6 525 1720   618/1000F1 1026 1194 5 340 400 230
1180 1420 106 6 710 2580   618/1180F1 1206 1394 5 320 360 310
1240 1480 112 6 715 2660   618/1240X1 1266 1454 5 300 340 356

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Material: Bearing Steel
Type: Ball
Seal Type: Open, Z, Zz, RS, 2RS
Precison Rating: P6
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What are the Common Signs of Wear or Damage in Ball Bearings that Indicate the Need for Replacement?

Ball bearings are subjected to wear and stress during operation, and over time, they may exhibit signs of damage or deterioration that warrant replacement. Recognizing these signs is crucial to prevent catastrophic failure and ensure safe and reliable operation. Here are the common signs of wear or damage in ball bearings:

  • Unusual Noise:

If you hear unusual grinding, clicking, or rumbling noises coming from the bearing during operation, it may indicate worn-out or damaged components. Unusual noise suggests that the bearing is no longer operating smoothly.

  • Vibration:

Excessive vibration in the machinery can be a sign of bearing wear. Vibrations can result from uneven wear, misalignment, or damaged components within the bearing.

  • Increased Temperature:

Higher operating temperatures than usual may indicate increased friction due to inadequate lubrication, wear, or other issues. Monitoring the bearing’s temperature can help identify potential problems.

  • Irregular Movement:

If you notice irregular movement, jerking, or sticking during rotation, it could be a sign that the bearing is no longer operating smoothly. This may be due to damaged rolling elements or raceways.

  • Reduced Performance:

If the machinery’s performance has decreased, it may be due to a compromised bearing. Reduced efficiency, increased energy consumption, or a decline in overall performance could be indicators of bearing wear.

  • Visible Wear or Damage:

Inspect the bearing for visible signs of wear, such as pitting, scoring, or discoloration on the rolling elements or raceways. Severe wear or damage is a clear indication that the bearing needs replacement.

  • Leakage or Contamination:

If there is evidence of lubricant leakage, contamination, or the presence of foreign particles around the bearing, it suggests that the seal or shield may be compromised, leading to potential damage.

  • Looseness or Excessive Play:

If you can feel excessive play or looseness when manually moving the bearing, it could indicate worn-out components or misalignment.

  • Reduced Lifespan:

If the bearing’s expected lifespan is significantly shorter than usual, it may be due to inadequate lubrication, excessive loads, or improper installation, leading to accelerated wear.

  • Frequent Failures:

If the bearing is consistently failing despite regular maintenance and proper use, it could indicate a chronic issue that requires addressing, such as inadequate lubrication or misalignment.

It’s important to conduct regular inspections, monitor performance, and address any signs of wear or damage promptly. Replacing worn or damaged ball bearings in a timely manner can prevent further damage to machinery, reduce downtime, and ensure safe and efficient operation.

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Are there any Industry Standards or Certifications that Ball Bearings should Meet?

Yes, there are several industry standards and certifications that ball bearings should meet to ensure their quality, performance, and reliability. These standards help manufacturers, engineers, and customers assess the suitability of bearings for specific applications. Some of the key standards and certifications for ball bearings include:

  • ISO Standards:

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has developed a series of standards related to ball bearings. ISO 15 defines dimensions, boundary dimensions, and tolerances for radial bearings. ISO 281 specifies dynamic load ratings and calculation methods for bearings’ life calculations.

  • ABEC (Annular Bearing Engineering Committee) Ratings:

ABEC ratings are commonly used in North America to indicate the precision and performance of ball bearings. Ratings range from ABEC 1 (lowest precision) to ABEC 9 (highest precision). However, it’s important to note that ABEC ratings focus primarily on dimensional tolerances and do not encompass all aspects of bearing quality.

  • DIN Standards:

The German Institute for Standardization (Deutsches Institut für Normung, DIN) has published various standards related to ball bearings. DIN 625 covers dimensions for deep groove ball bearings, while DIN 616 provides guidelines for precision angular contact ball bearings.

  • JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards):

JIS standards are used in Japan and internationally to define the characteristics and dimensions of various products, including ball bearings. JIS B 1512 outlines the classification and dimensions of rolling bearings.

  • ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) Standards:

ASTM has standards that cover various aspects of bearing testing, performance, and materials. ASTM F2215, for instance, specifies the requirements for ball bearings used in surgical implants.

  • CE Marking:

CE marking indicates that a product complies with European Union health, safety, and environmental requirements. It may be required for bearings used in machinery intended to be sold within the EU market.

  • Industry-Specific Standards:

Various industries, such as aerospace, automotive, medical, and nuclear, have specific standards or certifications that bearings must meet to ensure safety, reliability, and compliance with industry-specific requirements.

  • Quality Management Systems:

Manufacturers that adhere to quality management systems, such as ISO 9001, demonstrate their commitment to consistent product quality and customer satisfaction. Certification to these systems indicates that the manufacturing process follows established protocols and best practices.

When selecting ball bearings, it’s important to consider the relevant standards and certifications that align with the application’s requirements. This ensures that the bearings meet recognized quality and performance criteria, ultimately contributing to reliable and efficient operation.

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How do Ball Bearings Differ from Other Types of Bearings like Roller Bearings?

Ball bearings and roller bearings are two common types of rolling-element bearings, each with distinct designs and characteristics. Here’s a comparison of ball bearings and roller bearings:

  • Design:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings use spherical balls to separate and reduce friction between the bearing’s inner and outer rings. The balls enable rolling motion and smooth contact, minimizing friction.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings, as the name suggests, use cylindrical or tapered rollers instead of balls. These rollers have larger contact areas, distributing loads over a broader surface.

  • Friction and Efficiency:

Ball Bearings: Due to the point contact between the balls and the rings, ball bearings have lower friction and are more efficient at high speeds.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have a larger contact area, resulting in slightly higher friction compared to ball bearings. They are more suitable for heavy-load applications where efficiency is prioritized over high speeds.

  • Load Capacity:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings excel at handling light to moderate loads in both radial and axial directions. They are commonly used in applications where smooth rotation and low friction are important.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have a higher load-carrying capacity than ball bearings. They can support heavier radial and axial loads and are preferred for applications with significant loads or impact forces.

  • Variability:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings come in various designs, including deep groove, angular contact, and thrust ball bearings, each suitable for different applications.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have diverse types, including cylindrical, spherical, tapered, and needle roller bearings, each optimized for specific load and motion requirements.

  • Speed Capability:

Ball Bearings: The reduced friction in ball bearings makes them suitable for high-speed applications, such as electric motors and precision machinery.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings can handle higher loads but are generally better suited for moderate to low speeds due to slightly higher friction.

  • Applications:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings are used in applications where smooth motion, low friction, and moderate loads are essential, such as electric fans, bicycles, and some automotive components.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings find applications in heavy machinery, construction equipment, automotive transmissions, and conveyor systems, where heavier loads and durability are crucial.

In summary, ball bearings and roller bearings differ in their design, friction characteristics, load capacities, speed capabilities, and applications. The choice between them depends on the specific requirements of the machinery and the type of loads and forces involved.

China Good quality for Agricultural Construction Machine Copper Cage Ball Bearing 6064m/C3   wheel bearingChina Good quality for Agricultural Construction Machine Copper Cage Ball Bearing 6064m/C3   wheel bearing
editor by CX 2024-05-08

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