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Precision Steel Ball Bushing Bearings

Precision Steel Ball Bushing Bearings

Precision Steel Ball Bushing bearings offer great improvements in efficiency, productivity, and accuracy over high-friction plain bearings flat-ways.  The all-steel design makes the bearing product line perfect for replacing plain bearings in high temperature applications. Rigid construction makes them very durable compared to ball bushing bearings with polymer components. When installed in a standard Thomson Pillow Block, the Precision Steel Ball Bushing bearing can self-align up to 3° in all directions.

Overview

Precision Steel Ball Bushing Specifications:

Bearing Style Precision Extra Precision Instrument Die Set
Sizes (in) 3/16" - 2" 3/16" - 2" 1/8" - 1/4" 1" - 2"
Bearing Types Open
Closed
Adjustable
Closed Closed Closed
Pillow Block Types Open
Open Adjustable
Closed Adjustable
N/A N/A N/A
Bearing Load Capacities Up to 5,000 lbf Up to 5,000 lbf Up to 19 lbf Up to 1,100 lbf
Special Options Nylon Balls
Integral Wipers
Corrosion Resistant
Nylon Balls
Integral Wipers
Corrosion Resistant
Matched
Linear Race
Sets
None

Precision Steel Ball Bushing Highlights:


  • All-steel construction allows operation in temperatures up to 600°F and maximum system rigidity
  • Running coefficient of friction as low as .001
  • Standard version with carbon steel components or corrosion resistant stainless steel

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CAD Models

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  • Static 2D/3D Model file downloads

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