Split bearings refer to parts designed and produced by special processes on the basis of integral bearings.
Split bearings have small working resistance, stable operation, and the working temperature can reach 180 degrees Celsius. They are very suitable for places with low
speed,heavy load, large impact force and poor sealing performance. Its biggest advantage is that the bearing can be easily installed and disassembled, which can save a lot of
time and reduce production costs.
Split bearings are suitable for all industrial fields, mainly in converter supports, used in various large-scale conveying equipment, co-casting roller supports, elevators and
conveyors, papermaking machinery and other places that are difficult to unload.
Split bearing design features:
- Split spherical roller bearings have a cylindrical inner bore. The inner ring, outer ring and cage with rollers are divided into two halves. The split bearing rings are held together by screws.
- The internal design of most split spherical roller bearings is developed from the proven spherical roller bearing E1. The only difference is that some larger bearings have a rigid center rib on the inner race.
- These bearings have a split solid cage made of glass fiber reinforced polyamide or brass (to allow for high temperature suitability).
- Split spherical roller bearings have the normal tolerances of non-split radial bearings and the normal internal clearance of non-split cylindrical bore spherical roller bearings (DIN 620).
- In most split spherical roller bearings, the locking ring is integrated into the inner ring.