Compared with other types of bearings of the same size, […]
Compared with other types of bearings of the same size, deep groove ball bearings have a low friction coefficient, high limit speed, and high accuracy. They are the preferred bearing type when users select the type. Deep groove ball bearings are simple in structure and easy to use. They are the largest production batch and the most widely used bearings.
Deep groove ball bearings are mainly used to bear radial loads, and can also bear certain axial loads. When the radial clearance of the bearing increases, it has the properties of angular contact ball bearings and can withstand axial loads that alternate in two directions. Structurally, each ring of a deep groove ball bearing has a continuous groove raceway with a cross section of approximately one third of the equatorial circumference of the ball.
Deep groove ball bearings include metric system, inch system, customized series, respectively open type, metal seal type, rubber seal type and other types.
For assembled deep groove ball bearings, the internal state cannot be observed from the outside. In addition, the vibration and noise performance of deep groove ball bearings must be checked under actual rotation. Instruments for detecting bearing vibration and noise are mainly divided into acceleration type (such as model S0910 and speed type (such as model BVT).