Range of bearing inserts with a spherical outer ring

Good to know


  • Bearing clearance classes C2, CN, C3 and C4
  • | Fa - axial load
  • | Fr - radial load
  • | Noise test by decibels
  • | Noise test by vibration level
  • | P - dynamic equivalent load
  • | PN/P0 tolerance class for radial bearings (without tapered roller bearings)
  • M | MB | MA
  • | NR
  • | RS - Seal
  • | Z - dust shield
  • | ZV

Technical information

Coated bearing inserts

Additional information

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