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3PL180-2 ASAHI Angular Contact Ball Bearing

Place of Origin JAPAN
Brand Name ASAHI
Certification Original Cerificate
Model Number 3PL180-2
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Packaging Details Standard packing
Delivery Time 3-5workdays
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Product Features

3PL180-2 ASAHI Angular Contact Ball Bearing are designed for combination radial and axial loading. Single-row bearings have high thrust capacity in one direction. Some single-row bearings are specifically designed for duplex mounting in sets for maximum performance. Double-row Conrad bearings can accommodate thrust in both directions.

Size Range of 3PL180-2 ASAHI Angular Contact Ball Bearing

  • Single-row: 10 mm – 150 mm (0.3937 in. – 5.9055 in.) bore
  • Double-row: 12 mm – 150 mm (0.4724 in. – 5.9055 in.) bore

Design Attributes of 3PL180-2 ASAHI Angular Contact Ball Bearing

  • Specific geometry of angular contact bearing raceways and shoulders creates ball contact angles that support higher axial loads.
  • Expanded options include special lubricants, cage materials, preloads and coatings for additional corrosion resistance.

Applications of 3PL180-2 ASAHI Angular Contact Ball Bearing

Angular contact ball bearings are engineered for use in high-speed, high precision applications for:

  • Agriculture
  • Chemical
  • General industry
  • Utilities

Single row angular contact ball bearings of ASAHI Bearings feature raceways with high and low shoulders. These opposing raceways are designed to carry thrust load in one direction. ASAHI Bearings can preload the bearings at the factory so that the correct load will develop once the bearing is put into service. The bearings in this series are assembled with a specific internal clearance, so that they will have a specified contact angle under load. The standard contact angle used by ASAHI Bearings is 30° but, in many cases, a 40° contact angle can also be specified. We also offer special high-speed bearings with phenolic resin cages with a 15° contact angle.

Double row angular contact ball bearings of ASAHI Bearings have an inner and outer ring with a double raceway. The two rows are so related that the contact angle is similar to a pair of back-to-back single row bearings. ASAHI Bearings’s 5200 and 5300 series offer continuous races and can carry thrust loads in either direction. The 3200 and 3300 series have filling slots, so it is necessary to mount them with the thrust load acting against the un-notched face of the rings.

Controlled crown rolls (CC rolls) having adjustable camber are used extensively for
bottom press rolls and bottom calender rolls. Earlier designs used two tapered roller
bearings with a spherical roller bearing. Recently, triple-ring bearings have been used
to simplify the surrounding structure and installation.
Two spherical roller bearings (or spherical roller bearing and cylindrical roller
bearing) are combined into one unit. Triple-ring bearings have three bearing rings
(Inner, intermediate, and outer rings).

Bearings offered by Elite Industrial Manufacture Co.,Limited include:Ball bearings,Cylindrical roller bearings,Spherical roller bearings,Tapered roller bearings,Thrust bearings,Precision products include:Linear guides featuring NSK patented K1 lubrication units,Precision ball screw and ball screw support bearings Super Precision Bearings.
A roller bearing is one of the two types of rolling, or antifriction bearings, the other being the ball bearing. A roller bearing has two grooved tracks, but instead of balls, roller bearings utilize rollers. The rollers may be cylindrical, spherical or tapered. If the rollers are cylindrical, only radial loads (perpendicular to the axis of rotation) can be carried, but with tapered or spherical rollers both radial and thrust loads can be carried. In a given space, a roller bearing can carry a greater radial load than a ball bearing can. This is because roller bearings utilize line contact to support loads, whereas ball bearings utilize point contact. Roller bearings are available in a wide array of bore sizes, from 15mm to 1000mm and larger are not uncommon.Roller thrust bearings are the type most commonly used in automotive applications where they are used in pairs to accommodate axial thrust in either direction, as well as radial loads. Roller thrust bearings can support larger thrust loads than the ball type due to the larger contact area, but are more expensive to manufacture.

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