Spindle bearings are single row angular contact ball bearings comprising solid inner and outer rings and ball and cage assemblies with solid window cages. They cannot be dismantled. The bearings are available in open and sealed versions.
Spindle bearings have restricted tolerances. They are particularly suitable for bearing arrangements with very high requirements for guidance accuracy and speed capacity. They have proved highly suitable for the bearing arrangements of spindles in machine tools.
These mechanical tools are designed for the mounting and dismounting of bearings. The mounting forces are transmitted by the geometrical locking effect
Mounting tool sets
The mounting tool sets are suitable for the simple mounting of rolling bearings up to 50 mm bore. They can also be used for the mounting of sleeves, intermediate rings, seals and similar parts.
A mounting tool set contains mounting sleeves made from aluminium and mounting rings made from plastic.
An error frequently made during mounting is to transmit the mounting forces through the rolling elements and raceways. This error can be avoided by driving the inner ring onto the shaft or driving the outer ring into the housing by applying hammer blows to an appropriate mounting sleeve. The carefully matched precision parts ensure that the forces are uniformly transmitted to the side faces of the bearing rings.
Scope of delivery
Mounting tool set comprising 33 mounting rings for bearing bore 10 mm to 50 mm and outside diameter up to 110 mm
3 mounting sleeves
Recoilless hammer, mass 1 kg
Also available as individual parts.
Socket wrenches LOCKNUT-SOCKET are suitable for easily tightening and loosening locknuts on shafts, adapter sleeves and withdrawal sleeves. They require less space on the circumference of the nut than hook wrenches and allow the use of ratchets and torque wrenches.
For increased reliability, socket wrenches shoul