Angular Contact Bearings Sets

Angular-contact ball bearings are designed to support combined radial and axial loads or heavy axial loads, depending on the magnitude of the contact angle. The 7000AC Series of Angular Contact Bearings sets are recommended for use on Ballscrews with FK and BK housings, these bearing pairs are factory ground and matched with the appropriate preload.

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Model D B d 2B Precision class
Ball Screw Support
Compatible
SKU
Angular Bearings 7001AC 28 8 12 16 P5 BK12 / FK12 / RBK12-57 1202001
Angular Bearings 7002AC 32 9 15 18 P5 BK15 / FK15 / RBK15-xx 1202002
Angular Bearings 7003AC 35 10 17 20 P5 BK17 / FK17 1202003
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These pairs of bearings are factory ground and paired with the appropriate preload and are sold paired as two pieces in a set.

 


The main benefits of using angular contact bearings are their ability to support large axial and radial loads and their ability to precisely locate the screw. Thrust bearings usually have essentially no radial load capacity, while regular ball bearings have very limited axial load capacity. Additionally, Angular-contact ball bearings work with less resistance. To achieve exact positioning, a ballscrew needs strong support, a precise location, and a large load capacity.

 

Benefits Of Angular Contact Ball Bearing

  • Increased durability: These bearings are designed to withstand high loads. The balls in the bearing are separated by a metal cage, which helps to evenly distribute the load and prevent the balls from coming into contact with each other. This results in a more durable bearing that can withstand higher loads for longer periods.
  • Reduced friction: These types of bearings have lower friction than other types of bearings. This is due to the way the balls are separated by the metal cage. The cage helps to reduce the amount of contact between the balls and the bearing surface, which reduces friction.
  • Improved efficiency: These bearings are more efficient than other types of bearings because they have less friction. This means that they require less energy to operate, which can lead to savings in both energy and operating costs.
  • Requires Less Axial Space: In such arrangements where there is limited axial space, it can fit in well without using multiple bearings.
  • Designed for High Rigidity: Best to be used in those use cases where High Rigidity and Precision are the utmost priority.

 

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Angular-contact bearings bought in pairs (duplex) will be marked by a «V» in inner and outer surfaces of the rings
of both bearings. During the installation, these «V» marks should be aligned each other.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Angular Contact Bearings Sets

Angular-contact ball bearings are designed to support combined radial and axial loads or heavy axial loads, depending on the magnitude of the contact angle. The 7000AC Series of Angular Contact Bearings sets are recommended for use on Ballscrews with FK and BK housings, these bearing pairs are factory ground and matched with the appropriate preload.