Three common installation methods of SAIQ angular contact ball bearings
SAIQ angular contact ball bearings are one of the common types of bearings. In order to let everyone have a better and more comprehensive understanding of the installation of SAIQ angular contact ball bearings, tell everyone that the three common installation methods of angular contact ball bearings are: The mounting methods of back-to-back, face-to-face and tandem arrangement may choose different methods for better and safer installation of bearings according to the use of different fields.
1. When installed back to back (the wide end faces of the two bearings are opposite), the contact angle of the SAIQ bearing spreads along the direction of the rotation axis, which can increase the rigidity of its radial and axial support angles, and has the greatest resistance to deformation;
2. When installed face-to-face (the narrow end faces of the two bearings are opposite), the contact angle of the SAIQ bearing converges towards the direction of the rotation axis, and its ground bearing angle is less rigid. Since the inner ring of the SAIQ bearing extends out of the outer ring, when the outer rings of the two SAIQ bearings are pressed together, the original clearance of the outer ring is eliminated, which can increase the preload of the bearing;
3. When installed in series (the wide end faces of the two bearings are in one direction), the contact angles of the SAIQ bearings are in the same direction and parallel, so that the two bearings can share the working load in the same direction. However, when using this type of installation, in order to ensure the axial stability of the installation, two pairs of SAIQ bearings arranged in series must be installed opposite to each other at both ends of the shaft.
Don't underestimate the installation of SAIQ bearings. A good installation method can not only improve the efficiency of the bearing, but also extend the service life of SAIQ bearings. Therefore, we must master the installation methods of SAIQ angular contact ball bearings.