China Good quality Single Row Four-Point Contact Ball Slewing Bearing Used for Truck Crane bearing assembly

Product Description

Slewing ring bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
Slewing ring bearing is a bearing that CZPT to bear axial load, radial load and overturning torque. Under normal circumstances, slewing ring bearings have their own mounting holes, lubricant holes and seal holes, to meet the different needs of the various host working under the various conditions; 
On the other hand, slewing ring bearing itself has characteristics of compact structure, CZPT rotating convenient, easy to install and maintaining easily. 

Truck cranes are usually using large single row four-point contact ball slewing bearing. This type of slewing bearing can bear larger axial load, radial load and tilting moment, enabling crane to lift heavy loads stably and reliably.

2. Structure
2.1 Slewing ring bearings have different types as per different structures, here below is what we offering now: 
Single row ball slewing ring bearings 
Double row ball slewing ring bearings
Crossed roller slewing ring bearings 
Three row roller slewing ring bearings 
Flange slewing ring bearings
2.2 The above slewing ring bearings can also be divided into 3 different types as per different transmissions:
Slewing ring bearings with no gear
Slewing ring bearings with external gear
Slewing ring bearings with internal gear
3. Features: 
Slewing ring bearings have more features: compact structure, reliable guide, simple installation, and easily maintenance
 
4. Application: 
Slewing ring bearings can be widely used in lifting & transport machinery, mining machinery, construction machinery, port hoisting machinery, port oil transfer equipment, onshore and offshore crane, excavator, concrete machine, paper machine, plastic and rubber machine, weave machine, steel plant, electronic power plant, wind power generator, other construction and industry machines or equipments and other large rotary device
Single row ball slewing ring bearing:

1.Slewing bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing ring bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
The single row ball slewing ring bearing is composed of 2 seat-rings. The balls contact with the circular race at 4 points, via which the axial force, radial force and resultant moment may be born simultaneously.

2.2. Structure
Slewing ring bearings have different types as per different structures, here below is what we offering now:
Single row ball slewing bearing has 3 different types:
Single row ball slewing bearing with no gear 
Single row ball slewing bearing with external gear 
Single row ball slewing bearing with internal gear 
Single row ball slewing ring bearing
1.Slewing bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing ring bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
The single row ball slewing ring bearing is composed of 2 seat-rings. The balls contact with the circular race at 4 points, via which the axial force, radial force and resultant moment may be born simultaneously.
 
2. Structure
 
Slewing ring bearings have different types as per different structures, here below is what we offering now:
Single row ball slewing bearing has 3 different types:
Single row ball slewing bearing with no gear 
Single row ball slewing bearing with external gear 
Single row ball slewing bearing with internal gear 

3. Features
Single row ball slewing ring bearings have following features:
Compact in structure and light in weight.
 
4. Application: 
Single row ball slewing ring bearings are widely used in slewing conveyers, welding arm and positioned, medium duty cranes, excavators and other engineering machines
Double row ball slewing ring bearing:
1.Slewing bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing ring bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
The double row ball slewing bearing has 3 seat-rings. The steel balls and the retainers may be directly arranged into the upper and lower racers. Two rows of steel balls with different diameters are fitted according to the force. Such open type fitting is extraordinary convenient, the loading angels at upper and lower races are 90°which can carry both of the axial force and capsizing moment. When the radial force is larger than 1/10 of the axial force, the races should be newly designed.
 
2. Structure:
Double row ball slewing bearing has 3 different types:
Double row ball slewing bearing with no gear
Double row ball slewing bearing with external gear 
Double row ball slewing bearing with internal gear 
 
3. Features:
Double row ball slewing ring bearings have following features:
Larger dimension of axial and radial and compact structure.
 
4. Application:
Double row ball slewing ring bearings are widely used in Tower cranes which require working radius over medium range, auto crane and loading (unloading) machinery.
 Double row ball slewing ring bearing:
1.Slewing bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing ring bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
The double row ball slewing bearing has 3 seat-rings. The steel balls and the retainers may be directly arranged into the upper and lower racers. Two rows of steel balls with different diameters are fitted according to the force. Such open type fitting is extraordinary convenient, the loading angels at upper and lower races are 90°which can carry both of the axial force and capsizing moment. When the radial force is larger than 1/10 of the axial force, the races should be newly designed.
 
2. Structure:
Double row ball slewing bearing has 3 different types:
Double row ball slewing bearing with no gear
Double row ball slewing bearing with external gear 
Double row ball slewing bearing with internal gear 

3. Features:
Double row ball slewing ring bearings have following features:
Larger dimension of axial and radial and compact structure.
 
4. Application:
Double row ball slewing ring bearings are widely used in Tower cranes which require working radius over medium range, auto crane and loading (unloading) machinery.
Crossed roller slewing ring bearing
1.Slewing bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing ring bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
With the cross roller Ring, cylindrical rollers are arranged crosswise, with each roller perpendicular to the adjacent roller, in a 90° groove, separated from each other by a spacer retainer.  This design allows just 1 bearing to receive loads in all directions including, radial, axial and moment loads. Since the Cross-Roller Ring achieves high rigidity despite the minimum possible dimensions of the inner and outer rings, it is optimal for applications such as joints and swiveling units of industrial robots, swiveling tables of machining centers, rotary units of manipulators, precision rotary tables, medical equipment, measuring instruments and IC manufacturing machines.
 
2. Structure:
Cross roller slewing bearing has 3 different types:
Cross roller ball slewing bearing with no gear 
Cross roller ball slewing bearing with external gear 
Cross roller ball slewing bearing with internal gear 

3. Features
Cross roller slewing ring bearings have following features:
1. High precision: cross roller bearings can be made high precision bearings, at P4, P2.
2. High rigidity: These series roller bearings are with preload.
3. High load capacity: This series roller bearing can support axial load, radial load, and tilting load.
4. Small volume: this series roller bearing can save space for the machine.
 
4. Application 
Cross roller slewing rings are widely applied in the precision rotary table, rotary joint of manipulator, medical equipment, and measuring instrument etc
Triple row roller slewing ring bearing 
1.Slewing bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing ring bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
Three row roller slewing ring bearing has 3 seat-rings, which separate the upper, lower and radial raceway, via which the load of each row of the rollers may be specified. Thus it can carry different load simultaneously and its load capacity is the largest 1 of the 4 types
 
2. Structure:
Triple row roller slewing bearing has 3 different types:
Triple row roller slewing bearing with no gear
Triple row roller slewing bearing with external gear 
Triple row roller slewing bearing with internal gear 
 
3. Features   
Triple row roller slewing ring bearings have following features:
Larger axial and radial dimension, compact structure
 
4. Application
Triple row roller slewing rings are widely used in heavy-duty machines which require large working radius, such as bucket-wheel excavators, wheeled cranes, ship cranes, ladle turret, auto cranes etc.
 
Flange Slewing Bearing
1.Slewing bearing is also called slewing ring, slewing ring bearing, turntable bearing, and rotary bearing. 
Flange slewing bearing is a special slewing ring bearing, it can have 1 flange in the outer ring, or 1 flange in the inner ring, even it can have 1 flange in both inner ring and outer ring.
 
2. Structure:
Flange slewing bearing has 3 different types:
Flange slewing bearing with no gear
Flange slewing bearing with external gear 
Flange slewing bearing with internal gear 
 
3. Features   
Flange slewing bearings have following features:
Compact structure and easily installment.
 
4. Application
Flange slewing bearings are widely used in tow truck, and other applications are the same as slewing bearings, such as lifting & transport machinery, mining machinery, construction machinery, excavator, concrete machine, paper machine, plastic and rubber machine and steel plant.
 
Excavator Slewing Bearing
Excavator slewing bearing is a special slewing ring bearing as per its applications. And it is a very important part for excavators, we can supply excavator slewing bearings for both second-hand excavators for maintenance and new excavators.
 
2. Structure:
Excavator slewing bearing are usually made as per single row ball slewing bearing structure, and most of them are internal gear types, but some are external gear types.
 
3. Features   
Excavator slewing bearings have familiar features as single row ball slewing ring bearings.
Compact structure, light weight and easily installment.
 
4. Application
Excavator slewing bearings are widely used for all brands of excavators, such as Komatsu, Hitachi, Kobelco, Sumitomo, Doosan, Hyundai, Samsung, Caterpillar, Daewoo, Kato, Volvo, Liebherr and so on.

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Standard or Nonstandard: Standard
Feature: High Speed, Vacuum, Antimagnetic, Cold-Resistant, Corrosion-Resistant, Heat-Resistant
Sealing Gland: Sealed On Both Sides
Rolling-Element Number: Single-Row ,Double -Row,Three-Row
Roller Type: Straight Raceway,Spherical Raceway
Material: Bearing Steel
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What are the Materials Typically Used in Manufacturing Ball Bearings and Their Advantages?

Ball bearings are manufactured using a variety of materials, each chosen for its specific properties and advantages in various applications. Here are some commonly used materials in ball bearing manufacturing and their respective benefits:

  • High-Carbon Chrome Steel (AISI 52100):

This is the most common material used for ball bearing manufacturing. It offers excellent hardness, wear resistance, and fatigue strength. High-carbon chrome steel bearings are suitable for a wide range of applications, from industrial machinery to automotive components.

  • Stainless Steel (AISI 440C, AISI 304, AISI 316):

Stainless steel bearings are corrosion-resistant and suitable for applications where moisture, chemicals, or exposure to harsh environments are concerns. AISI 440C offers high hardness and corrosion resistance, while AISI 304 and AISI 316 provide good corrosion resistance and are often used in food and medical industries.

  • Ceramic:

Ceramic bearings use silicon nitride (Si3N4) or zirconia (ZrO2) balls. Ceramic materials offer high stiffness, low density, and excellent resistance to corrosion and heat. Ceramic bearings are commonly used in high-speed and high-temperature applications, such as in aerospace and racing industries.

  • Plastic (Polyamide, PEEK):

Plastic bearings are lightweight and offer good corrosion resistance. Polyamide bearings are commonly used due to their low friction and wear properties. Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) bearings provide high-temperature resistance and are suitable for demanding environments.

  • Bronze:

Bronze bearings are often used in applications where self-lubrication is required. Bronze has good thermal conductivity and wear resistance. Bearings made from bronze are commonly used in machinery requiring frequent starts and stops.

  • Hybrid Bearings:

Hybrid bearings combine steel rings with ceramic balls. These bearings offer a balance between the advantages of both materials, such as improved stiffness and reduced weight. Hybrid bearings are used in applications where high speeds and low friction are essential.

  • Specialty Alloys:

For specific applications, specialty alloys may be used to meet unique requirements. For example, bearings used in extreme temperatures or corrosive environments may be made from materials like titanium or hastelloy.

  • Coated Bearings:

Bearings may also be coated with thin layers of materials like diamond-like carbon (DLC) or other coatings to enhance performance, reduce friction, and improve wear resistance.

The choice of material depends on factors such as application requirements, operating conditions, load, speed, and environmental factors. Selecting the right material is essential for ensuring optimal bearing performance, longevity, and reliability in diverse industries and applications.

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How do Miniature Ball Bearings Differ from Standard-sized Ones, and Where are They Commonly Used?

Miniature ball bearings, as the name suggests, are smaller in size compared to standard-sized ball bearings. They have distinct characteristics and are designed to meet the unique requirements of applications that demand compactness, precision, and efficient rotation in confined spaces. Here’s how miniature ball bearings differ from standard-sized ones and where they are commonly used:

  • Size:

The most noticeable difference is their size. Miniature ball bearings typically have outer diameters ranging from a few millimeters to around 30 millimeters, while standard-sized ball bearings have larger dimensions suitable for heavier loads and higher speeds.

  • Load Capacity:

Due to their smaller size, miniature ball bearings have lower load-carrying capacities compared to standard-sized bearings. They are designed for light to moderate loads and are often used in applications where precision and compactness are prioritized over heavy load support.

  • Precision:

Miniature ball bearings are known for their high precision and accuracy. They are manufactured to tighter tolerances, making them suitable for applications requiring precise motion control and low levels of vibration.

  • Speed:

Miniature ball bearings can achieve higher speeds than standard-sized bearings due to their smaller size and lower mass. This makes them ideal for applications involving high-speed rotation.

  • Friction and Efficiency:

Miniature ball bearings generally have lower friction due to their smaller contact area. This contributes to higher efficiency and reduced heat generation in applications that require smooth and efficient motion.

  • Applications:

Miniature ball bearings find applications in various industries and sectors:

  • Electronics and Consumer Devices:

They are used in small motors, computer disk drives, printers, and miniature fans, where space is limited but precise motion is essential.

  • Medical and Dental Equipment:

Miniature bearings are used in medical devices such as surgical instruments, dental handpieces, and diagnostic equipment due to their precision and compactness.

  • Robotics and Automation:

Miniature ball bearings are integral to robotic arms, miniature conveyors, and automation systems, enabling precise movement in confined spaces.

  • Aerospace and Defense:

They are used in applications like UAVs (drones), aerospace actuators, and satellite components where size and weight constraints are critical.

  • Optics and Instrumentation:

Miniature bearings play a role in optical instruments, cameras, and measuring devices, providing smooth rotation and accurate positioning.

Overall, miniature ball bearings are specialized components designed for applications where space, precision, and efficient rotation are paramount. Their compactness and high precision make them crucial in various industries requiring reliable motion control in limited spaces.

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How do Ball Bearings Differ from Other Types of Bearings like Roller Bearings?

Ball bearings and roller bearings are two common types of rolling-element bearings, each with distinct designs and characteristics. Here’s a comparison of ball bearings and roller bearings:

  • Design:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings use spherical balls to separate and reduce friction between the bearing’s inner and outer rings. The balls enable rolling motion and smooth contact, minimizing friction.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings, as the name suggests, use cylindrical or tapered rollers instead of balls. These rollers have larger contact areas, distributing loads over a broader surface.

  • Friction and Efficiency:

Ball Bearings: Due to the point contact between the balls and the rings, ball bearings have lower friction and are more efficient at high speeds.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have a larger contact area, resulting in slightly higher friction compared to ball bearings. They are more suitable for heavy-load applications where efficiency is prioritized over high speeds.

  • Load Capacity:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings excel at handling light to moderate loads in both radial and axial directions. They are commonly used in applications where smooth rotation and low friction are important.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have a higher load-carrying capacity than ball bearings. They can support heavier radial and axial loads and are preferred for applications with significant loads or impact forces.

  • Variability:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings come in various designs, including deep groove, angular contact, and thrust ball bearings, each suitable for different applications.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have diverse types, including cylindrical, spherical, tapered, and needle roller bearings, each optimized for specific load and motion requirements.

  • Speed Capability:

Ball Bearings: The reduced friction in ball bearings makes them suitable for high-speed applications, such as electric motors and precision machinery.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings can handle higher loads but are generally better suited for moderate to low speeds due to slightly higher friction.

  • Applications:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings are used in applications where smooth motion, low friction, and moderate loads are essential, such as electric fans, bicycles, and some automotive components.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings find applications in heavy machinery, construction equipment, automotive transmissions, and conveyor systems, where heavier loads and durability are crucial.

In summary, ball bearings and roller bearings differ in their design, friction characteristics, load capacities, speed capabilities, and applications. The choice between them depends on the specific requirements of the machinery and the type of loads and forces involved.

China Good quality Single Row Four-Point Contact Ball Slewing Bearing Used for Truck Crane   bearing assemblyChina Good quality Single Row Four-Point Contact Ball Slewing Bearing Used for Truck Crane   bearing assembly
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