The accuracy, performance, and life of spherical bearing bearings are affected by the correct mounting. The design and assembly department should be thoroughly studied for the installation of thrust spherical Roller Bearings. The operating standards should be followed when installing the bearings. The standard usually includes the following items:

  • Check the size, finish, and other details of the parts.
  • Mounting.
  • Provide lubricant.
  •  Cleaning the bearing and its associated parts.
  • Inspection of the bearing after mounting.

Hope that before the installation of the bearing, the party will open the package. Oil lubrication is not necessary to clean the ordinary oil. However, if you are using high-speed bearings or instrumentation, it’s best to remove the antirust agent from the bearing. Direct filling of grease, general grease lubrication. Bearings sealed with grease can be used without any cleaning. Bearings that have been stripped of their antirust agents are prone to corrosion and should not be ignored. The outer ring is usually oversized, and the surplus is pressed into the shell with a pressing machine. Dry ice can be used as a coolant during cold shrink-fit installations. The moisture in the air condenses on the surface. Anti-rust measures must be taken.

After running into the use of recent, spherical bearing roller bearing noise and vibration began to increase. Sometimes there is an unfamiliar sound, but vibration increases more slowly. At this time, the bearing crag began to reach a certain amount. We believe at this point, the bearing’s performance is affected by the initial failure.

It is important to monitor and note any changes in the spherical bearing bearing. The bearing cliff values began to rise rapidly when vibrations exceeded the ISO2372 vibration standard. When vibrations exceed the ISO2372 vibration standard, the bearing’s cliff values also increase rapidly.

Bearings can show late failure symptoms to serious failure. (Typically, bearing damage like holding shaft, burns, a sand-frame scattering, bead, or raceway wear). The interval is usually not longer than one week. The faster the equipment and the higher the capacity, the shorter will be the interval. Once the late fault characteristics are found, it is important to decide whether or not there is a bearing fault.

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