NSK 6206v Bearing
Angular Contact Ball Bearings
There are three types of ball bearings: angular contact (which we’ll discuss shortly), axial, and deep-groove.
Regardless of the type of ball bearing, their purpose is to reduce rotational friction and all are able to support both axial and radial (or thrust) force.
For reference, bearings move around a fixed axis. Depending on the application, a bearing may be subject to axial force (force that is applied parallel to the axis) or a radial force (force that is applied perpendicular to the axis), or both.
Because not all bearings are able to support both forces, ball bearings are quite versatile and are among the most-used type of rolling-element bearing.
Angular contact bearings are ideal for use in gearboxes, pumps, electric motors, and clutches or other high-speed applications.
They are commonly used in the Materials Handling, Machine Tool, Steel Mill, and Wind Energy industries.
Although angular contact bearings can accept thrust loads in only one direction, they can be manufactured at different contact angles (usually between 0 and 45 degrees) to transfer the load acting upon the bearing.
- 0.394 Inch | 10 Millimeter x 1.378 Inch | 35 Millimeter x 0.433 Inch | 11 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 7300 B Angular Contact Ball Bearings
- 1.575 Inch | 40 Mill
- 0.709 Inch | 18 Mill
- 9.449 Inch | 240 Millimeter x 17.323 Inch | 440 Millimeter x 2.835 Inch | 72 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 7248 BMG UA Angular Contact Ball Bearings
- 180 mm
- 9.449 Inch | 240 Millimeter x 17.323 Inch | 440 Millimeter x 2.835 Inch | 72 Millimeter
- 8.661 Inch | 220 Millimeter x 15.748 Inch | 400 Millimeter x 2.559 Inch | 65 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 7244 BMG UA Angular Contact Ball Bearings
- 120 mm
- 8.661 Inch | 220 Millimeter x 15.748 Inch | 400 Millimeter x 2.559 Inch | 65 Millimeter