Thin section bearings, also known as slim bearings or slim ball bearings, are designed with thin rings and low cross-sections. They are used in applications where space is limited and weight reduction is desired. The dimensions of thin section bearings can vary depending on the specific manufacturer and series. However, I can provide you with a general overview of the dimensions commonly associated with thin section bearings.
Inner Diameter (ID) or Bore Size
This refers to the diameter of the inner ring of the bearing and is typically measured in millimeters (mm) or inches (in).
Outer Diameter (OD)
This refers to the diameter of the outer ring of the bearing and is also measured in millimeters or inches.
The width of the bearing is the distance between the inner and outer rings and is also measured in millimeters or inches.
This refers to the height or thickness of the bearing and is typically measured perpendicular to the axis of rotation. It is also measured in millimeters or inches.
Radial clearance is the amount of internal clearance between the rolling elements and the inner and outer rings of the bearing. It is usually specified as a range or as a specific value and is measured in micrometers (µm) or inches.
The ball diameter is the size of the rolling elements within the bearing and is typically given as a specific value or a range in millimeters or inches.
It's important to note that thin section bearings are available in different series, such as the A-type, C-type, X-type, and more. Each series may have slightly different dimensions and specifications.
To obtain precise dimensions for a specific thin section bearing, it is recommended to consult the manufacturer's product catalog or contact the manufacturer directly. They can provide detailed information on the dimensions, load capacities, and other specifications specific to their thin section bearing products.
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