SKF 6318/C3VL0241 bearing90x190x43
6318C3VL0241 Insulated bearings: Bearing code number 6318MC3VL0241 Bearing ... original package others according to the requirement. Quality Certificate ISO9001... ...
INSOCOAT deep groove ball bearings, single row 6318/C3VL0241
Bearing number : 6318/C3VL0241
Size (mm) : 90x190x43
Brand : SKF
Bore Diameter (mm) : 90
Outer Diameter (mm) : 190
Width (mm) : 43
Bearing dimensions and specification in SKF catalogue:
d - 90 mm
D - 190 mm
B - 43 mm
d1 - - 121.15 mm
D2 - - 166 mm
r1,2 - min. - 3 mm
da - min. - 104 mm
Da - min. - 171 mm
Da - max. - 176 mm
ra - max. - 2.5 mm
Basic dynamic load rating - C - 151 kN
Basic static load rating - C0 - 108 kN
Fatigue load limit - Pu - 3.8 kN
Reference speed - 7500 r/min
Limiting speed - 4800 r/min
Calculation factor - kr - 0.03
Calculation factor - f0 - 13
Mass bearing - 4.9 kg
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