Rod end joint bearing model

- Aug 07, 2019-

The model classification of rod end joint bearings is as follows:

 

(1) SI...E type is an assembly of GE...E type bearings and rod ends. The rod ends are internally threaded and the material is carbon structural steel with no lubrication grooves. Can withstand radial loads and axial loads in either direction less than or equal to 0.2 times the radial load.

 

(2) SA...E type is an assembly of GE...E type bearings and rod ends. The rod end is externally threaded and made of carbon structural steel; the oil-free groove is capable of withstanding radial loads and axial loads less than or equal to 0.2 times the radial load in either direction.

 

(3) SI...ES type is an assembly of GE...ES type bearings and rod ends. The rod end is internally threaded and the material is carbon structural steel; there is a lubricating oil groove. Can withstand radial loads and axial loads in either direction less than or equal to 0.2 times the radial load.

 

(4) SA...ES type is an assembly of GE...ES type bearings and rod ends. The rod end is externally threaded and the material is carbon structural steel; there is a lubricating oil groove. Can withstand radial loads and axial loads in either direction less than or equal to 0.2 times the radial load.

 

(5) SIB...S type Rod end with internal thread, the material is carbon structural steel; the inner ring is hardened bearing steel; there is lubricating oil groove. Can withstand radial loads and axial loads in either direction less than or equal to 0.2 times the radial load.

 

(6) SAB...S type The rod end is externally threaded and the material is carbon structural steel; the inner ring is hardened bearing steel; there is a lubricating oil groove. Can withstand radial loads and axial loads in either direction less than or equal to 0.2 times the radial load.

 

(7) SQ... is a ball end rod end joint bearing, the rod end is carbon structural steel; the ball head is carburized steel. Can withstand radial loads and small axial loads in either direction.

 

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