Ball bearings

Y-bearing-mounted housed ball bearing units are designed to perform at low speeds at temperatures ranging from -238 to 660 F.
By Plant Engineering Staff September 15, 2008

Y-bearing-mounted housed ball bearing units are designed to perform at low speeds at temperatures ranging from -238 to 660 F. They feature large radial internal clearances consistent with expected operating temperatures; steel or graphite cages and pressed-steel shields and flingers at both sides to repel solid contaminants. Treated with manganese phosphate to protect against corrosion, the bearing surfaces feature three different housing styles, including pillow block, flanged with a square housing and four bolt holes and flanged with an oval housing and two bolt holes.

SKF USA Inc.

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