Structural Characteristics Of NSK Bearings

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NSK bearings, NSK\'s main products are bearings, NSK Bearing Company, due to excellent quality and considerate service, NSK company\'s business is also progressing rapidly. NSK uses a well-structured intelligence network to combine the four regions of Japan, Europe, America, and Asia-Pacific into a four-pole system. Due to China\'s pivotal position, the development of NSK\'s business in China will further improve the four-pole system.

 

Structure

 

NSK rolling bearings are generally composed of rings, rolling elements and cages. According to the load bearing direction, it can be divided into radial bearings and thrust bearings. According to the types of rolling elements, they are divided into NSK ball bearings and NSK roller bearings. And can also be classified according to its shape and specific users.

 

The characteristics of NSK rolling bearings, compared with sliding bearings, NSK rolling bearings have the following advantages:

 

The starting friction is small, and the difference in sliding friction is also small. Standardization and standardization are promoted internationally, and the interchangeability is good, and it can be used interchangeably between different brands. Refer to the NSK bearing standard and the SKF bearing standard to see that the standards of imported rolling bearings are universal.

 

The structure around the imported bearing is simplified, which is convenient for maintenance and inspection. Generally, it can bear radial load and axial load at the same time. It is easier to use under high and low temperature conditions.

 

In order to increase rigidity, it can be used even in negative clearance (preload state). Each structure of NSK rolling bearings has its own characteristics.

 

With the advent of the tide of internationalization, the codes of domestic bearings have gradually been integrated with the codes of imported bearings. The latest published national standards show that domestic codes are basically consistent with international ISO standards.


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