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Spherical bearing DIN 648-K type S with outer ring relubricateab

$132

Spherical bearing DIN 648-K type S with outer ring relubricateab

Product description

Material: Inner ring bearing steel 100Cr6, hardened, ground and polished.
Bearing shell special bronze CuSn8.
Outer ring steel 9SMnPb28K, zinc plated.

  • Dimensions according to DIN 648 / 12240-1 series K (wide version).
  • Can be re-lubricated.
  • Initial lubrication required before use
  • For high sliding speed up to 60 m/min.
  • With outer ring (bigger outer diameter than version G or G..D).
BH7 [mm] 40
W +0/-0,1 [mm] 49
H +0/-0,1 [mm] 35
D +0/-0,012 [mm] 87
O [mm] 44,2
Tipping Angle Alpha [°] 16
Weight [g] 1400

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