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5 tips for choosing IKO rolling bearings

wallpapers Tech 2020-09-28
IKO bearings with relatively low noise
 
When the above two low-noise IKO bearings cannot be used, relatively low-noise bearings can be used. The specific comparison basis is as follows:   
 
(1) The noise of ball bearings is lower than that of ball bearings, and the (friction) noise of relatively sliding bearings is lower than that of larger sliding bearings; the more the number of balls, the thicker the outer ring, the greater the noise small;
 
(2) The noise of bearings with solid cages is relatively lower than that of bearings with stamped cages;
 
(3) The noise of the bearing with plastic cage is lower than that of the bearing with the above two cages;
 
(4) High-precision bearings, especially those with higher precision rolling elements, have lower noise than low-precision bearings.
 
(5) The noise of small bearings is relatively smaller than that of large bearings.
 
It can be said that vibration is very sensitive to the damage of IKO bearings, and peeling, indentation, rust, cracks, wear, etc. will be reflected in the vibration measurement of the bearing.
 
Therefore, a dedicated IKO bearing vibration measuring instrument (frequency analyzer, etc.) can be used to measure the magnitude of the vibration, and the specific abnormality cannot be inferred from the frequency point. The measured value will vary depending on the use conditions of the bearing or the installation position of the sensor. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze and compare the measured value of each machine in advance to determine the criterion.

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