Deep Groove Ball Bearings

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Replacing deep groove ball bearings with plain bearings can offer a range of benefits, including lower cost, less maintenance, greatly reduce noise at low speeds and easier installation. Plain bearing can also have a higher load capacity, simplified assembly, increased longevity, reduced housing dimensions and assembly size and weight.

Deep groove ball bearings are the most common type of ball bearing. They are commonly used in electric motors and in household appliances, car motors, office machinery, automation control, and garden and household tools. They have deep raceway grooves and their race dimensions are close to the dimensions of the balls that run inside.

25 mm x 62 mm x 17 mm Fersa 6305 deep groove ball bearings

ISO P4S (ABEC 7/9) 1.665 Kg
12400 rpm CR - Phenolic Outer

40 mm x 80 mm x 18 mm Fersa 6208K deep groove ball bearings

1800 rpm 1.89 in
3.78 in 2.88 in

10 mm x 35 mm x 11 mm Fersa 6300 deep groove ball bearings

20.9 in 169281 lbf
9.0 in 0.3 in

12 mm x 37 mm x 12 mm Fersa 6301-2RS deep groove ball bearings

3.3090 in -0.34 in
0.1875 in 1.1721 in

220 mm x 300 mm x 38 mm SIGMA 61944M deep groove ball bearings

B00308 820 mm
32.283 Inch | 820 Mi Ball Bearing

40 mm x 80 mm x 27 mm SIGMA 88508 deep groove ball bearings

C0 (Normal) 60.4 kN
1.000 mm 180.000 mm

63,5 mm x 139,7 mm x 31,75 mm SIGMA MJ 2.1/2 deep groove ball bearings

0.130 in 3.50 in
Imperial 1.23

170 mm x 230 mm x 28 mm SIGMA 61934 deep groove ball bearings

0.143 0.06 in
99000 2.47
1/73