Split flange bearings
Split flange bearings have a housing with a removable cover so that they can be combined with the right roller bearing in accordance with the requirements. A classic combination consists of an F-500 (7225000) housing with a conical self-aligning ball bearing, an adapter sleeve, with or without locating rings, and a seal washer set. An end cap can also be used as an alternative to a seal.
The components each have to be purchased and assembled individually, meaning that these products result in high installation costs. For this reason, ready-to-mount SRU spherical roller bearing unitsare the “modern” version.
Standard housing product range
|ABEG designation||Design||Available in ABEG® performance classes|
three-hole flange bearing
|I-120||for self-aligning ball bearings with a wide inner ring|
See the catalog for the extended range
|Design||Product group||Series||Available in ABEG® performance classes|
|Self-aligning ball bearings|
|Spherical roller bearings||222...-K+H-3...|
The initial lubrication must take place with the installation of the roller bearings. The housings have a lubrication nipple (threaded or impact nipple), which can be used to relubricate them for maintenance purposes.
Tip: After installation, it is possible to check whether the relubrication feature is working properly by carrying out a lubrication test.