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High-speed spindle bearings

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  • Fa - axial load
  • | Fr - radial load
  • | P - dynamic equivalent load
  • | PN/P0 tolerance class for radial bearings (without tapered roller bearings)

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Identifying and repairing rolling bearing damage

Rolling bearing damage can have a wide variety of causes and is not necessarily caused by a faulty original product. However, most companies are unable to carry out a detailed damage analysis – good thing Findling Wälzlager’s experts can provide further assistance here: Damage analysis is part of the service portfolio. Findling Wälzlager acts as an independent partner that looks into the causes of the ball bearing defects and helps solve problems.

It is not the load rating but the right overall technical specifications that are decisive when it comes to the service life and performance of roller bearings.

spindle bearings

The requirements for rolling bearings differ considerably depending on the area of application. In woodworking, for example, cutting forces for chipping are lower than in metalworking, such that spindle bearings in milling spindles need to achieve high speeds, but they do not have to deal with very high forces. Spindle bearings in the ABEG® performance class Supra can replace premium products in many applications, which makes it an economical alternative with the same technical suitability.