Making material and axial force size of deep groove ball bearings
We are not familiar with the deep groove ball bearings. As a mechanical component, it can be used in a variety of large and medium machinery, but the calculation of the material and the axial load of the deep groove ball bearing is not fully understood, which will limit the use of the deep groove ball bearings.
Now I want to tell you that ordinary deep groove ball bearings are mainly made of steel, bearing steel and stainless steel. There are also some special industries used in the deep groove ball bearings are all ceramic, its inner and outer ring and rolling body are silicon nitride, zirconium oxide and other structural ceramics, as well as plastic bearings, such as PEEK, PI and other engineering plastics, are also more common. Deep groove ball bearings specifically choose which material to make, mainly depends on your environment.
In theory, deep groove ball bearings are not subjected to axial force, but the actual application process will be slightly axial force, because it has a certain adjusting effect, after the axial force disappears, it will return to the original position, because the continuous axial force will reduce the life of the deep groove ball bearing.
If the deep groove ball shaft bears the radial load while still being subjected to the axial load, the selection of the deep groove ball bearing is unreasonable. In this case, the angular contact ball bearing or the tapered roller bearing is selected according to the speed and other work and mine. Four point contact ball bearings can be selected if the axial force is required. Tapered roller bearing or double row angle contact ball bearings.
The axial force of the deep groove ball bearings is related to the actual working environment, and because the bearing condition of the ball bearing after the axial force is equivalent to the contact angle, it becomes similar to the angular contact ball bearing, so the axial force is also related to the clearance of the bearing itself and the half diameter of the ditch rate.