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QWhat is a double row angular contact bearing?

ADouble row bearings are angular contact designed to meet the demand of increased axial and radial load where the application design limits the operating space. Being slightly wider than the 6200 and 6300 series, double row bearings are capable of loads where the single row bearing is inadequate.

QWhat are radial and axial bearings?

ARadial and axial (thrust) loads Bearings support a shaft or housing to permit their free motion about an axis of rotation. Load can be applied to bearings in either of two basic directions. Radial loads act at right angles to the shaft (bearing's axis of rotation).

QHow angular contact bearings work?

AAn angular contact bearing is a type of specialty ball bearing used in many manufacturing and industrial applications. This relatively small device is designed to support a greater range of forces than a standard bearing, and to work within even the most precisely engineered machines and equipment.

QWhich bearing will take axial and radial load?

AThese two types of bearing can take both axial and radial load: Deep groove ball bearing most frequently used bearing due to large size of the balls, it has high load carrying capacity

QWhat is angular misalignment?

AAngular misalignment is a state of shafts where the shafts can be in horizontal or vertical plan. If the motor shaft is under an angle with the shafts in vertical position, then it called an angular vertical misalignment.