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What are the functions of the seated bearing?

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1.Support and positioning: Bearings with housings can provide support and positioning functions for the shaft, so that the shaft can rotate stably in its axial direction and prevent offset and swing.


1262. Load transmission: The bearing with seat can withstand various loads on the shaft, including radial force, axial force and torque, etc., and transmits the load to the seat by forming friction between the shaft and the seat.


3. Reduce friction and wear: The bearing with seat has built-in rolling elements (such as balls or rollers), which rotate in the seat, which can reduce friction and wear, thereby extending the service life of the bearing


4. Adjust the gap: the bearing with seat can realize the centering and adjustment of the shaft by adjusting the gap between the shaft and the seat, and certain adjustments can be made during installation and operation to ensure the smooth operation of the shaft and the accuracy of the matching size sex.


5. Guide and limit: The bearing with seat can be used as the guide device of the shaft to guide the shaft to the predetermined position and prevent the shaft from shifting and shaking. At the same time, it can also provide the limit function of the axis to limit the movement of the axis within a specific range.


Bearings with unitsplay a key supporting and positioning role in mechanical equipment, and can transmit loads, reduce friction and wear, adjust clearances, guide and limit the movement of shafts, and ensure the normal operation of shafts and the stability of the system.