Deep groove ball bearings are the most commonly used bearings in the industry, consisting of an outer ring, an inner ring, bearing cages, balls, and seals. Deep groove ball bearings come in single and double row configurations. Ball bearings with a single row are the most common type of rolling bearing. They have a basic design, are non-separable, and are excellent for high-speed operation, requiring minimum maintenance.
The amount of clearance between the inner ring, outer ring, and balls is referred to as bearing clearance. Because clearance affects bearing life and rotation speed, you must choose appropriate clearances for different situations. Clearance is divided into four types according to international standards. Small clearance (C1/C2), Normal clearance (C0), Bigger clearance (C3), and Big clearance (C4/C5) bearings can be manufactured according to customer clearance requirements.
Industries that use deep groove ball bearing:
• Home Appliances
• Machine Tools
• Wind Energy
• Construction Equipment
• Office Equipment
• Agricultural Machinery
• Engineering Machinery
• Medical Tools
Bearings with shields are available, and seals can be supplied with the proper amount of grease and used in temperatures ranging from -30 to +110 degrees Celsius. Special bearings have a wide range of applications. Shielded and sealed bearings are designed for applications where the inner ring rotates and do not require relubrication in service. There is a possibility of lubrication loss if the outer ring rotates, and the manufacturer should be consulted. Deep groove ball bearings are available in a wide range of sizes, materials, and variations to meet the needs of different industries, including high-temperature applications. Bearings designed for high temperatures can endure temperatures of up to 350 degrees Celsius.
Minimize operation’s noise level. Because of the greater quality of balls, optimum surfaces, and cage stability, deep groove ball bearings are quieter in operation. They function flawlessly.
Lower friction offers low operational energy costs. Surfaces, waviness, and roundness are optimised to reduce bearing friction. Longer life is carried out to reduce friction.
Improved sealing enables more effective pollution protection. Deep groove ball bearings with seals on both sides are greased with a high-quality grease that is lubricated for lifetime and can withstand high speeds. They are quite effective at sealing and keeping pollutants out.
Reduced lubricant loss results in longer bearing life. Deep groove ball bearings loaded with special greases for specific applications and operating conditions.