high temperature Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing
high temperature Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing are designed to deliver increased reliability, reduced complexity and decreased environmental impact in operating temperatures up to 350 °C (660 °F). Because SKF high temperature bearings correspond to the ISO dimensions of grease-lubricated bearings, production efficiencies and cost savings can be realized with a simple change to the SKF bearing solution. high temperature Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing offers a wide range of high temperature bearings and units according to ISO standards and also a range of customized high temperature bearings. Selection of an appropriate high temperature bearing is based on the bearing type and the operating conditions (primarily the temperature and speed) of the machinery.
Except for high temperature Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing, SKF Y-bearings (insert bearings) for high temperatures correspond in design to standard Y-bearings with grub screws in the YAR 2-2F series. The bearings have a shield and a flinger on both sides to prevent the ingress of solid contaminants into the bearing. The radial internal clearance is a multiple of C5 to prevent the bearings from seizing, even when they cool rapidly.
The entire surface of the bearing and the shields and flingers are manganese phosphated to enhance adhesion of the lubricant to the metal, thus improving the running-in properties of the bearing.
The SKF core assortment of high temperature bearings and bearing units corresponding to ISO standards includes:
6201-2Z/VA201 6201-2Z/VA228 6202-2Z/VA228 6202-2Z/VA201 6203-2Z/VA228 6303-2Z/VA228 6003-2Z/VA208 6003-2Z/VA201 6203-2Z/VA201 6004-2Z/VA208 6004-2Z/VA201 6204-2Z/VA228 6304-2Z/VA228 6304-2Z/VA208 6204-2Z/VA201 6304-2Z/VA201 6305-2Z/VA208 6005-2Z/VA208 6005-2Z/VA201 6305-2Z/VA201 6205-2Z/VA228 6305-2Z/VA228 6205-2Z/VA201 6205-2Z/VA208 6206-2Z/VA208 6306-2Z/VA228 6006-2Z/VA208 6206-2Z/VA201 6206-2Z/VA228 6306-2Z/VA208
6207-2Z/VA228 6207-2Z/VA208 6207-2Z/VA201 6307-2Z/VA208 6308-2Z/VA201 6308-2Z/VA208 6208-2Z/VA228 6308-2Z/VA228 6208-2Z/VA208 6008-2Z/VA208 6208-2Z/VA201 6209-2Z/VA201 6209-2Z/VA208 6209-2Z/VA228 6309-2Z/VA208 6010-2Z/VA208 6210-2Z/VA201 6210-2Z/VA208 6310-2Z/VA228 6310-2Z/VA208
high temperature Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing operating temperature up to 350 °C (660 °F) – the internal radial clearance and the lubricant are optimized for operation at high temperatures
simple mounting and dismounting – the grub (set) screws in the inner ring make mounting/dismounting easy
protection against contamination – shields and flingers (designation suffix 2F) protect the bearing
high temperature Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing provide:
excellent performance in hot conditions, dry environments and low rotational speed applications
Typical areas where high temperature Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing are used include:
metals industry (cooling beds for steel plate) food and beverage industry (continuous baking ovens, wafer baking ovens) paint lines
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Suzuki GP 125 D 1983 Koyo Front Left Wheel Bearing
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Bearing Type: 6300 DDU/2RS
Dimensions: ID 10mm x OD 35mm x W 11mm
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