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Rollico Flate Cages with Needle, Roller, Balls:
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|Type||Bearing Ball Cages|
The KMF Bearing Ball Cages range comprises a number of different bearing and cage assembly constructions offering cost effective solutions to very difficult radial and linear engineering applications.
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|Rolling Body||Ball Bearings|
A wire race bearing is a four point angular contact ball bearing. It consists of four wires which are formed into a circle to fit a housing groove machined into the inner and outer diameters of the relatively stationary and rotating parts. Into each of the wires is produced an accurately profiled groove which provides the bearing track upon which the balls run.
These balls are separated by a continuous cage band and thus the load is evenly carried. This cage band prevents any friction between the balls and aids lubrication. As it is the bearing elements that carry the load the role of the housing is merely to to hold the bearing assembly together. That is the choice of housing material does not affect the strength of the bearing. The housing can be made from steel, cast iron or aluminum alloys. The wire races are made from silicon chrome hardened and tempered wire with a minimum sectional hardness of 52 HRC.
For applications in the aerospace, defense and energy sectors that demand light designs, Antifriction Bearings OR wire race bearing solutions are, hands down, the best option. In aerial surveillance, fighting vehicle, satellite, wind and energy turbines, Antifriction Bearings OR wire race bearing give designer the tools they need to stay ahead of the extreme demands that these industry sectors put on them. The bearing technologyAt the heart of a Antifriction Bearings OR wire race bearing are the four points of contact with a constant preload. This enables the bearing to take loads from all directions. With wire raceways, an increased internal elasticity is constantly present, saving the bearing from high peak stresses and naturally extending the bearing life. The wires can be integrated in nearly any base material that can bear the loads - carbon fiber, aluminum, magnesium, titanium, steel and/or plastic. The technology allows for a cost efficient and flexible production process, resulting in extremely competitive prices that allow offsetting some of the system cost to more specialized demands that bearings sometimes need to fulfill. These bearings stay operational under extreme shock and vibration and at temperatures from -78 to +200