Bower Bearing FAQS

QHow to achieve bearing maximum service life?

AEvery bearing has a certain service life potential. However, research has shown that, for various reasons, not every bearing achieves it. Important stages which have a major impact on a bearing service life can be recognised during the bearing’s lifecycle. These stages are mounting, lubrication, alignment, basic condition monitoring and dismounting. The stages in a bearing life cycle are extremely important for achieving the maximum service life of the bearing. By applying the right maintenance practices and using the correct tools, you can considerably extend your bearing’s service life and increase plant productivity and efficiency.

QWhat are the applications of bearing?

AAviation Cargo Systems Aerospace Wing Actuators Anemometer ATMs & Card Readers Bicycles Commercial Blenders Dental Hand Tools Electrical Motors Engines Escalators and Elevators Fishing Reels Flight Support Systems Flow Meters Galvanometers Gas Engine Pull Start Assembly Gas Meters Gas Powered Motors Hydraulic Cylinders Industrial Blowers Industrial Encoders Industrial Meters Industrial Mixers & Shakers Intrusion Detection Systems Material Handling Rollers Medical Actuator Medical Diagnostic Equipment Medical Imaging Equipment Medical Laser Surgery Medical Surgical Tools Off Highway Cranes Optical Encoders Plastic Card Printers Power Hand Tools Printing Rollers Roller Doors Scissor & Platform Lifts Sensors & Potentiometers Solar Panels Actuators Stage Lighting Surveillance Systems Thermal Imaging Cameras Transportation Turnstile Gates

QWhat is a spindle bearing?

ASpindle ball bearings are single-row angular contact ball bearings (separable ball bearings) with a nominal contact angle of 15° or 25°. They can be subjected to both radial and (in one direction) axial loads


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