SKF/North America Datasheets for Radial Ball Bearings

Radial ball bearings are friction reduction, rotation devices that carry loads radially around its axis. A subtype of ball bearings, they operate through the use of lubricated steel balls placed between two circular guides. They are frequently called deep-groove bearings.
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Cam rollers are ball bearings that have a thick-walled outer ring. These pre-greased ready-to-mount units are used in all types of cam drives and conveyor systems. SKF cam rollers are...
Deep groove ball bearings with a snap ring groove can simplify arrangement design as the bearings can be axially located in the housing by a snap (or retaining) ring (fig).
SKF deep groove ball bearings for high as well low temperatures correspond in design to the appropriate standard single row deep groove ball bearings. They have no filling slots and...
SKF produces many other bearings, most of which are intended for specific applications. These include precision bearings for machine tools and similar applications, see the catalogue "High-precision bearings", as well...

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