Angular-contact Ball Bearings

Angular-contact plastic ball bearings can support both radial loads and one-way axial loads.

The ball creates contact angles with the inner ring and the outer ring. The larger the contact angle, the greater the acceptable axial load. On the other hand, the smaller the contact angle, the more effective the plastic bearing becomes for rotation-oriented purposes.

Major Sizes

Major Sizes (mm) Ref. No.
d D B
10 26 8 7000
30 9 7200
35 11 7300
12 28 8 7001
32 10 7201
37 12 7301
15 32 9 7002
35 11 7202
42 13 7302
17 35 10 7003
40 12 7203
47 14 7303
20 42 12 7004
47 14 7204
52 15 7304
25 47 12 7005
52 15 7205
62 17 7305
Major Sizes (mm) Ref. No.
d D B
30 55 13 7006
62 16 7206
72 19 7306
35 62 14 7007
72 17 7207
80 21 7307
40 68 15 7008
80 18 7208
90 23 7308
45 75 16 7009
85 19 7209
100 25 7309
50 80 16 7010
90 20 7210
110 27 7310
Major Sizes (mm) Ref. No.
d D B
10 30 14.3 5200
12 32 15.9 5201
15 35 15.9 5202
42 19 5302
17 40 17.5 5203
47 22.2 5303
20 47 20.6 5204
52 22.2 5304
25 52 20.6 5205
62 25.4 5305
30 62 23.8 5206
72 30.2 5306
35 72 27 5207
80 34.9 5307
40 80 30.2 5208
90 36.5 5308
45 85 30.2 5209
100 39.7 5309
50 90 30.2 5210
110 44.4 5310

Use Cases

The following are the common types of environments in which Angular-contact Ball Bearings excel:

 

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