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Single row deep groove ball bearings are the most widely used roller bearing type in the world due to their versatility and overall performance. They are characterized by having deep raceway grooves in which the inner and outer rings have circular arcs of slightly larger radius than that of the balls. They also have non-separable rings.Single row ball slewing bearing are four point contact bearing, it has only one row of steel balls. The raceways in these bearings are positioned off-center to handle angular (combined radial and thrust) loads.. Double-row bearings handle thrust loads in both directions.. Open bearings dissipate heat more efficiently than shielded and sealed bearings.. Shielded bearings block out dust and other contaminants, but do not dissipate heat as efficiently as open bearings.



They could bear axial load, radial load and tilting moment at the same time. One row four point contact ball slewing rings are composed of two seat rings, which design in compact structure and light weight, steel ball contact with the circular raceway at four points.




SKF 310 NA/C3L Single Row Ball Bearings

Flanged Pilot Type Bearings with Housin
[Steel] Steel 6903

SKF 6211-2RS1/C3W64 Single Row Ball Bearings

6 Flange Type
Single ZZ (Double Shield)

SKF 214/C4 Single Row Ball Bearings

Available Deep Groove Ball Bea
1045 Carbon Steel 6

SKF 6211/W64 Single Row Ball Bearings

+0.000/-0.005 6
8 Days 0.125 ~ 2

SKF 6211/C3W64 Single Row Ball Bearings

17 mm 5.5 Nm
25 mm 38 mm

SKF 6210-2RS1NR/GJN Single Row Ball Bearings

UC207-20G2 30 mm
17.5 mm 78 mm

SKF 6210-2RS1NR/W64F Single Row Ball Bearings

Cast Iron 6
Bearing Steel Tapered hole adapter

SKF 6210-2RS1NR/W64 Single Row Ball Bearings

This product line wa 117800 lbf
Felt Seal 14.375 in

SKF 6210-2RS1/W64F Single Row Ball Bearings

This product line wa Heavy Series
7075 lb 280 rpm

SKF 6210-2RS1/W64 Single Row Ball Bearings

66.4 mm 75.7 mm
1.52 2.3 mm

SKF 6210-2RS1/C3W64 Single Row Ball Bearings

10.3 Hz N/A
75 mm 7.7 Hz