Solution Description

Thrust Ball Bearing  51100-51320
Higher quality GCr15 bearing steel is picked and refined by advanced processing engineering.

 Thrust ball bearing is created to endure thrust load when working at high speed and is composed of washer-like rings with ball rolling raceway groove.Due to the fact the ring is in the shape of seat, thrust ball bearings are divided into 2 sorts: flat foundation cushion type and aligning spherical cushion variety.In addition, these bearings can withstand axial loads but not radial hundreds.
    According to the drive, it is divided into unidirectional thrust ball bearing and bidirectional thrust ball bearing.
A single – way thrust ball bearing, can bear 1 – way axial load.
Bidirectional thrust ball bearing, can withstand bidirectional axial load, wherein shaft ring and shaft match.
The mounting surface area of the seat ring is spherical bearing with self-aligning performance, which can reduce the affect of installation mistake.

 

Bearing design d(mm) D(mm) T(mm) Load Score(N) Weight (Kg)
Dynamic Static
51100 ten 24 nine ten fourteen .02
51101 12 26 9 10.3 15.4 .571
51102 fifteen 28 nine 10.five sixteen.eight .571
51103 seventeen 30 9 ten.8 18.2 .571
51104 twenty 35 ten 14.2 24.seven .04
51105 25 forty two 11 19.five 37.2 .059
51106 30 forty seven eleven 20.four 42.two .068
51107 35 fifty two twelve twenty.4 44.7 .09
51108 40 sixty 13 26.nine 62.8 .twelve
51109 forty five sixty five fourteen 27.eight sixty nine.1 .fifteen
51110 50 70 14 28.8 seventy five.4 .16
51111 fifty five 78 16 .24
51112 sixty eighty five 17 41.four 113 .29
51113 sixty five 90 seventeen 41.7 117 .34
51114 70 95 eighteen 43 127 .36
51115 seventy five one hundred 19 forty two.3 127 .42
51116 eighty a hundred and five 19 forty four.six 141 .forty three
51117 eighty five one hundred ten 19 45.9 a hundred and fifty .forty six
51118 ninety a hundred and twenty 22 59.seven a hundred ninety .sixty eight
51120 one hundred one hundred thirty five twenty five 85 268 .ninety nine
51122 110 a hundred forty five twenty five 87.one 288 one.08
51124 one hundred twenty one hundred fifty five 25 89 308 one.sixteen
51126 130 170 30 104 352 1.87
51128 a hundred and forty a hundred and eighty 31 107 377 two.two
51136 a hundred and eighty 225 34 135 528 3.39
51138 a hundred ninety 240 37 170 657 three.95
51140H two hundred 250 37 four.2
51144H 220 270 37 4.fifty six
51148 240 300 45 241 1571 7.38
51152H 260 320 forty five 8.1
51156H 280 350 fifty three 12.2
51160H 300 380 62 seventeen.five
51164 320 four hundred sixty three 379 1760 19
51168 340 420 64 387 1860 20.five

 

US $0.15-0.23
/ Piece
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50 Pieces

(Min. Order)

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Contact Angle: 15°
Aligning: Aligning Bearing
Separated: Separated
Rows Number: Single
Load Direction: Thrust Bearing
Material: Stainless Steel

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Customization:

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Bearing model d(mm) D(mm) T(mm) Load Rating(N) Weight (Kg)
Dynamic Static
51100 10 24 9 10 14 0.02
51101 12 26 9 10.3 15.4 0.022
51102 15 28 9 10.5 16.8 0.024
51103 17 30 9 10.8 18.2 0.028
51104 20 35 10 14.2 24.7 0.04
51105 25 42 11 19.5 37.2 0.059
51106 30 47 11 20.4 42.2 0.068
51107 35 52 12 20.4 44.7 0.09
51108 40 60 13 26.9 62.8 0.12
51109 45 65 14 27.8 69.1 0.15
51110 50 70 14 28.8 75.4 0.16
51111 55 78 16 0.24
51112 60 85 17 41.4 113 0.29
51113 65 90 17 41.7 117 0.34
51114 70 95 18 43 127 0.36
51115 75 100 19 42.3 127 0.42
51116 80 105 19 44.6 141 0.43
51117 85 110 19 45.9 150 0.46
51118 90 120 22 59.7 190 0.68
51120 100 135 25 85 268 0.99
51122 110 145 25 87.1 288 1.08
51124 120 155 25 89 308 1.16
51126 130 170 30 104 352 1.87
51128 140 180 31 107 377 2.2
51136 180 225 34 135 528 3.39
51138 190 240 37 170 657 3.95
51140H 200 250 37 4.2
51144H 220 270 37 4.56
51148 240 300 45 241 1020 7.38
51152H 260 320 45 8.1
51156H 280 350 53 12.2
51160H 300 380 62 17.5
51164 320 400 63 379 1760 19
51168 340 420 64 387 1860 20.5
US $0.15-0.23
/ Piece
|
50 Pieces

(Min. Order)

###

Contact Angle: 15°
Aligning: Aligning Bearing
Separated: Separated
Rows Number: Single
Load Direction: Thrust Bearing
Material: Stainless Steel

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Customization:

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Bearing model d(mm) D(mm) T(mm) Load Rating(N) Weight (Kg)
Dynamic Static
51100 10 24 9 10 14 0.02
51101 12 26 9 10.3 15.4 0.022
51102 15 28 9 10.5 16.8 0.024
51103 17 30 9 10.8 18.2 0.028
51104 20 35 10 14.2 24.7 0.04
51105 25 42 11 19.5 37.2 0.059
51106 30 47 11 20.4 42.2 0.068
51107 35 52 12 20.4 44.7 0.09
51108 40 60 13 26.9 62.8 0.12
51109 45 65 14 27.8 69.1 0.15
51110 50 70 14 28.8 75.4 0.16
51111 55 78 16 0.24
51112 60 85 17 41.4 113 0.29
51113 65 90 17 41.7 117 0.34
51114 70 95 18 43 127 0.36
51115 75 100 19 42.3 127 0.42
51116 80 105 19 44.6 141 0.43
51117 85 110 19 45.9 150 0.46
51118 90 120 22 59.7 190 0.68
51120 100 135 25 85 268 0.99
51122 110 145 25 87.1 288 1.08
51124 120 155 25 89 308 1.16
51126 130 170 30 104 352 1.87
51128 140 180 31 107 377 2.2
51136 180 225 34 135 528 3.39
51138 190 240 37 170 657 3.95
51140H 200 250 37 4.2
51144H 220 270 37 4.56
51148 240 300 45 241 1020 7.38
51152H 260 320 45 8.1
51156H 280 350 53 12.2
51160H 300 380 62 17.5
51164 320 400 63 379 1760 19
51168 340 420 64 387 1860 20.5

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