Bearing Classification Chart
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Bearing Interchange List
PLEASE NOTE: The bearing interchanges are approximate and not intended to indicate that all manufacturers are functionally interchangeable in all applications.
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Radial Load - A load applied normal to the bearing bore axis.
Axial Load - A load applied along the bearing bore axis.
Static Radial Limit Load - That static load required to produce a specified permanent set in the beginning structure. It will vary for a given size as a function of configuration. It may also be pin limited or it may be limited as a function of body restraints, as in the case of a rod end bearing.
Static Radial Ultimate Load - That load that can be applied to a bearing without fracturing the ball, race or rod end eye. The ultimate load rating is usually but not always 1.5 times the limit load.
Static Axial Limit Load - That load that can be applied to a bearing to produce a specified permanent set in the bearing structure.
Static Axial Ultimate Load - That load that can be applied to a bearing without separating the ball from the race. the ultimate load rating is usually but not always 1.5 time the limit load.
Axial Proof Load - That axial load that can be applied to a mounted spherical bearing without impairing the integrity of the bearing mounting or bearing performance. It is always less than the static axial limit load.
Oscillating Radial Load - A unidirectional load producing a specified maximum amount of wear when the bearing is oscillated at a specific frequency and amplitude
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