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CAT. No. E1102d 2006 E-9 Printed in Japan C NSK Ltd. 2005

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Technical Information

A7

Pages
~A141

Deep Groove Ball Brgs.

B4

~B45

Angular Contact Ball Brgs.

B46 ~B71

Self-Aligning Ball Brgs.

B72 ~B79

Cylindrical Roller Brgs.

B80 ~B105

Tapered Roller Brgs.

B106 ~B177

Spherical Roller Brgs.

B178 ~B201

Thrust Brgs.

B202 ~B239

Needle Roller Brgs.

B240 ~B275

Ball Brg. Units

B276 ~B299

Plummer Blocks

B300 ~B321

Cylindrical Roller Brgs. for Sheaves

B322 ~B329

Roll-Neck Brgs. (4-Rows)


Railway Rolling Stock Brgs.

B330 ~B341

Balls and Rollers

B342 ~B351

Accessories for Rolling Brgs.

B352 ~B375

NSK Products and Appendices

Tech.
Info.

Thrust
Brgs.

Sheaves

Roll Neck
Railway

Sleeves

C1

~C33

Appendices

Rolling Bearings

CAT. No. E1102d

Introduction to Revised NSK Rolling Bearing Catalog


(CAT.No.E1102d)
We want to thank you for your interest in this edition of our Rolling Bearing Catalog.
It has been revised with our customers in mind, and we hope it fills your needs.
Recently, technology has been advancing at a remarkable pace, and with it has come
a host of new products in many fields including computers, office automation,
audio-visual equipment, medical equipment, and many others. These striking
innovations present a challenge to bearing manufacturers since there are ever
increasing demand to offer bearings with higher performance, accuracy, and
reliability. Manufacturers of diverse equipment have many different bearing
requirements including higher speeds, less torque, less noise and vibration, zero
maintenance, survival in harsh environments, integration into units, and many more.
This catalog was revised to reflect the growing number of NSK products and certain
revisions in JIS and ISO and to better serve our customers. The first part contains
general information about rolling bearings to facilitate selection of the most
appropriate type. Next supplementary technical information is provided regarding
bearing life, load ratings, limiting speeds, handling and mounting, lubrication, etc.
Finally, the catalog presents extensive tables containing most bearing numbers and
showing dimensions and pertinent design data listed in the order of increasing bore
size. Data in the table are given in both the international Unit System (SI) and
Engineering Unit System (Gravitational System of Units).
We hope this catalog will allow you to select the optimum bearing for your
application. However, if assistance is required, please contact NSK, and the
companys engineers and computer programs can quickly supply the information
you need.

NSK Web site A http://www.nsk.com

CONTENTS
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
1

Pages
5.4 Equivalent LoadA30
5.4.1 Calculation of Equivalent Loads A31
5.4.2 Axial Load Components in Angular
Contact Ball Bearings and Tapered
Roller Bearings A31
5.5 Static Load Ratings and Static Equivalent
Loads A32
5.5.1 Static Load Ratings A32
5.5.2 Static Equivalent Loads A32
5.5.3 Permissible Static Load Factor A32
5.6 Maximum Permissible Axial Loads for
Cylindrical Roller Bearings A33
5.7 Examples of Bearing CalculationsA34

Pages
TYPES AND FEATHERS OF ROLLING
BEARINGS A 7
1.1 Design and Classification A 7
1.2 Characteristics of Rolling Bearings A 7

BEARING SELECTION PROCEDURE A16

SELECTION OF BEARING TYPE A18


3.1 Allowable Bearing Space A18
3.2 Load Capacity and Bearing Types A18
3.3 Permissible Speed and Bearing Types A18
3.4 Misalignment of Inner/Outer Rings and
Bearing Types A18
3.5 Rigidity and Bearing Types A19
3.6 Noise and Torque of Various Bearing
Types A19
3.7 Running Accuracy and Bearing Types A19
3.8 Mounting and Dismounting of Various
Bearing Types A19

SELECTION OF BEARING ARRANGEMENT A20


4.1 Fixed-End and Free-End Bearings A20
4.2 Examples of Bearing Arrangements A21

SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE A24


5.1 Bearing Life A24
5.1.1 Rolling Fatigue Life and Basic Rating
Life A24
5.2 Basic Load Rating and Fatigue Life A24
5.2.1 Basic Load Rating A24
5.2.2 Machinery in which Bearings are
Used and Projected Life A24
5.2.3 Selection of Bearing Size Based on
Basic Load Rating A25
5.2.4 Temperature Correction for Basic Load
Rating A26
5.2.5 Correction of Basic Rating Life A27
5.3 Calculation of Bearing Loads A28
5.3.1 Load Factor A28
5.3.2 Bearing Loads in Belt or Chain
Transmission Applications A28
5.3.3 Bearing Loads in Gear Transmission
Applications A29
5.3.4 Load Distribution on Bearings A29
5.3.5 Average of Fluctuating load A29

A4

LIMITING SPEED A37


6.1 Correction of Limiting Speed A37
6.2 Limiting Speed for Rubber Contact Seals
for Ball Bearings A37

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING


NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS A38
7.1 Boundary Dimensions and Dimensions of
Snap Ring Grooves A38
7.1.1 Boundary Dimensions A38
7.1.2 Dimensions of Snap Ring Grooves
and Locating Snap Rings A38
7.2 Formulation of Bearing Numbers A54

BEARING TOLERANCES A58


8.1 Bearing Tolerance Standards A58
8.2 Selection of Accuracy Classes A81

FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES A82


9.1 Fits A82
9.1.1 Importance of Proper Fits A82
9.1.2 Selection of Fit A82
9.1.3 Recommended Fits A83
9.2 Bearing Internal Clearances A88
9.2.1 Internal Clearances and Their
Standards A88
9.2.2 Selection of Bearing Internal
Clearances A94

10

PRELOAD A96
10.1 Purpose of Preload A96
10.2 Preloading Methods A96
10.2.1 Position Preload A96
10.2.2 Constant-Pressure Preload A96

Pages
10.3 Preload and Rigidity A96
10.3.1 Position Preload and Rigidity A96
10.3.2 Constant-Pressure Preload and
Rigidity A97
10.4 Selection of Preloading Method and
Amount of Preload A97
10.4.1 Comparison of Preloading
Methods A97
10.4.2 Amount of Preload A98

Pages
14.6 Maintenance and Inspection A124
14.6.1 Detecting and Correcting
Irregularities A124
14.6.2 Bearing Failures and
Countermeasures A124
15

TECHNICAL DATA A126


15.1 Axial Displacement of Bearings A128
15.2 Fits A130
15.3 Radial and Axial Internal Clearances A132
15.4 Preload and Starting Torque A134
15.5 Coefficients of Dynamic Friction and
Other Bearing Data A136
15.6 Brands and Properties of Lubricating
Greases A138

11

DESIGN OF SHAFTS AND HOUSINGS A100


11.1 Accuracy and Surface Finish of Shafts
and Housings A100
11.2 Shoulder and Fillet Dimensions A100
11.3 Bearing Seals A102
11.3.1 Non-Contact Types Seals A102
11.3.2 Contact Type Seals A104

12

LUBRICATION A105
12.1 Purposes of Lubrication A105
12.2 Lubricating Methods A105
12.2.1 Grease Lubrication A105
12.2.2 Oil Lubrication A107
12.3 Lubricants A110
12.3.1 Lubricating Grease A110
12.3.2 Lubricating Oil A112

BEARING TABLES

13

BEARING MATERIALS A114


13.1 Materials for Bearing Rings and Rolling
Elements A114
13.2 Cage Materials A115

14

BEARING HANDLING A116


14.1 Precautions for Proper Handling of
Bearings A116
14.2 Mounting A116
14.2.1 Mounting of Bearings with
Cylindrical Bores A116
14.2.2 Mounting of Bearings with Tapered
Bores A118
14.3 Operation Inspection A118
14.4 Dismounting A121
14.4.1 Dismounting of Outer Rings A121
14.4.2 Dismounting of Bearings with
Cylindrical Bores A121
14.4.3 Dismounting of Bearings with
Tapered Bores A122
14.5 Inspection of Bearings A123
14.5.1 Bearing Cleaning A123
14.5.2 Inspection and Evaluation of
Bearings A123

CONTENTS C 1
Photos of NSK Products C 2
Appendix 1 Conversion from SI (International
Units) System C 8
Appendix 2 N-kgf Conversion Table C10
Appendix 3 kg-lb Conversion Table C11
Appendix 4 C-F Temperature Conversion
Table C12
Appendix 5 Viscosity Conversion Table C13
Appendix 6 Inch-mm Conversion Table C14
Appendix 7 Hardness Conversion Table C16
Appendix 8 Physical and Mechanical Properties
of Materials C17
Appendix 9 Tolerances for Shaft Diameters C18
Appendix 10 Tolerances for Housing Bore
Diameters C20
Appendix 11 Values of Standard Tolerance Grades
IT C22
Appendix 12 Speed Factor fn C24
Appendix 13 Fatigue Life Factor fh and Fatigue
Life L-Lh C25
Appendix 14 Index of Inch Design Tapered Roller
Bearings C26

CONTENTS B2

INTRODUCTION OF NSK
PRODUCTS-APPENDICES

A5

1.TYPES AND FEATURES OF ROLLING BEARINGS


1.1 Design and Classification
Rolling bearings generally consist of two rings, rolling
elements, and a cage, and they are classified into radial
bearings or thrust bearings depending on the direction
of the main load. In addition, depending on the type of
rolling elements, they are classified into ball bearings
or roller bearings, and they are further segregated by
differences in their design or specific purpose.
The most common bearing types and nomenclature of
bearing parts are shown in Fig.1.1, and a general
classification of rolling bearings is shown in Fig. 1.2.

1.2 Characteristics of Rolling Bearings


Compared with plain bearings, rolling bearings have
the following major advantages:
(1) Their starting torque or friction is low and the
difference between the starting torque and running
torque is small.

Furthermore, different types of rolling bearings have


their own individual advantages. The features of the
most common rolling bearings are described on Pages
A10 to A12 and in Table 1.1 (Pages A14 and A15).

Contact Angle

Inner Ring
Outside Dia.
Side Face
Shield

Outer Ring
Raceway

Outer Ring
Front Face
Inner Ring
Back Face

Outer Ring
Back Face
Inner Ring
Front Face

Effective
Load Center

Cross-Face Width

Single-Row Angular Contact Ball Bearing

Single-Row Deep Groove Ball Bearing

Cylindrical Roller Bearing

Effective Load
Center
Cone Back
Face
Cup Front
Face

Cone Front Face Rib


Contact
Angle

Tapered Bore

Lock
Washer
Nut
Sleeve

Adapter

Bearing Width
Stand out

Cone Back
Face Rib

L-Shaped
Thrust Collar

Cylindrical
Roller

Chamfer Dimension

Tapered Roller

Outer Ring Rib

Inner Ring
Rib

Aligning Seat
Center Height

A
Ra lign
diu ing
s Se
at

Bore Dia.

Inner Ring
Raceway

Pitch Diameter

Outer Ring

Roller
Inscribed
Circle Dia.

Width
Snap Ring
Cage
Rivet
Ball

(2) With the advancement of worldwide


standardization, rolling bearings are internationally
available and interchangeable.
(3) Maintenance, replacement, and inspection are easy
because the structure surrounding rolling bearings
is simple.
(4) Many rolling bearings are capable of taking both
radial and axial loads simultaneously or
independently.
(5) Rolling bearings can be used under a wide range of
temperatures.
(6) Rolling bearings can be preloaded to produce a
negative clearance and achieve greater rigidity.

Bore Dia.
Shaft Washer

Height
Housing

Cone Front Face


Cup Back Face

Tapered Roller Bearing

Inner Ring
Spherical Roller
Outer Ring

Spherical Roller Bearing

Washer
Bore Dia.
Outside Dia.
Aligning Seat
Washer O.D.

Ball
Housing Washer
Aligning
Seat
Washer

Single-Direction Thrust Ball Bearing

Fig. 1.1 Nomenclature for Bearing Parts

A6

A7

TYPES AND FEATURES OF ROLLING BEARINGS

ROLLING BEARINGS
(Radial Bearings)
Single
Row
Double
Row

Deep Groove
Ball Bearing

(Thrust Bearings)
Single
Direction

Deep Groove
Ball Bearings

Angular Contact
Thrust Ball
Bearings

Single
Row

Angular Contact
Ball Bearing

Angular
Contact Ball
Bearings

Cylindrical Roller
Thrust
Bearings

Ball
Bearings

Matched
Roller
Bearings

Three- Point/Four-Point
Contact Ball Bearings

Single
Row
Double
Row

Needle Roller
Bearings

Automotive Water
Pump Bearings

Double
Row

Sealed Axle Bearing

Rolling Stock
Axle Bearings

Roller
Bearings
Bearings for Specific Uses

Single
Row

Tapered
Roller
Bearing

Spherical Thrust Roller Bearing

Automotive Clutch
Release Bearings

Cylindrical
Roller
Bearings
Long-Roller
Bearings

Needle
Roller
Bearing

Tapered Roller Thrust Bearing

Needle Roller
Thrust Bearings

Spherical Thrust
Roller Bearings

Ball Bearings
for Bearing
Units

Cylindrical
Roller
Bearing

Cylindrical Roller Thrust Bearing

Tapered Roller
Thrust Bearings

Self-Aligning
Ball Bearings

Self-Aligning
Ball Bearing

Double
Direction

Ball
Bearings

Magneto
Bearings

Double
Row

Single-Direction Thrust Ball Bearing

Thrust Ball
Bearings

Tapered
Roller
Bearings

Crane-Sheave
Bearings

Cylindrical Roller Bearing for Sheaves

Chain Conveyor
Bearings

Four
Row

Others
Spherical
Roller
Bearings

Spherical
Roller
Bearing

A8

Fig. 1.2 Classification of

Rolling Bearings

A9

TYPES AND FEATURES OF ROLLING BEARINGS

Single-Row
Deep Groove
Ball Bearings

Single-row deep groove ball bearings are the most common type of rolling bearings. Their use is
very widespread. The raceway grooves on both the inner and outer rings have circular arcs of
slightly larger radius than that of the balls. In addition to radial loads, axial loads can be imposed in
either direction. Because of their low torque, they are highly suitable for applications where high
speeds and low power loss are required.
In addition to open type bearings, these bearings often have steel shields or rubber seals installed
on one or both sides and are prelubricated with grease. Also, snap rings are sometimes used on
the periphery. As to cages, pressed steel ones are the most common.

Double-Row
Double-row angular contact ball bearings are basically two single-row angular contact ball
Angular Contact bearings mounted back-to-back except that they have only one inner ring and one outer ring, each
Ball Bearings
having raceways. They can take axial loads in either direction.

Magneto
Bearings

The inner groove of magneto bearings is a little shallower than that of deep groove bearings. Since
the outer ring has a shoulder on only one side, the outer ring may be removed. This is often
advantageous for mounting. In general, two such bearings are used in duplex pairs. Magneto
bearings are small bearings with a bore diameter of 4 to 20 mm and are mainly used for small
magnetos, gyroscopes, instruments, etc. Pressed brass cages are generally used.

Four-Point
Contact
Ball Bearings

The inner and outer rings of four-point contact ball bearings are separable because the inner ring
is split in a radial plane. They can take axial loads from either direction. The balls have a contact
angle of 35 with each ring. Just one bearing of this type can replace a combination of face-to-face
or back-to-back angular contact bearings.
Machined brass cages are generally used.

Single-Row
Individual bearings of this type are capable of taking radial loads and also axial loads in one
Angular Contact direction. Four contact angles of 15, 25, 30, and 40 are available. The larger the contact angle,
Ball Bearings
the higher the axial load capacity. For high speed operation, however, the smaller contact angles
are preferred. Usually, two bearings are used in duplex pairs, and the clearance between them
must be adjusted properly.
Pressed-steel cages are commonly used, however, for high precision bearings with a contact angle
less than 30, polyamide resin cages are often used.

Self-Aligning
Ball Bearings

The inner ring of this type of bearing has two raceways and the outer ring has a single spherical
raceway with its center of curvature coincident with the bearing axis. Therefore, the axis of the
inner ring, balls, and cage can deflect to some extent around the bearing center. Consequently,
minor angular misalignment of the shaft and housing caused by machining or mounting error is
automatically corrected.
This type of bearing often has a tapered bore for mounting using an adapter sleeve.

Duplex Bearings A combination of two radial bearings is called a duplex pair. Usually, they are formed using angular
contact ball bearings or tapered roller bearings. Possible combinations include face-to-face, which
have the outer ring faces together (type DF), back-to-back (type DB), or both front faces in the
same direction (type DT). DF and DB duplex bearings are capable of taking radial loads and axial
loads in either direction. Type DT is used when there is a strong axial load in one direction and it is
necessary to impose the load equally on each bearing.

Cylindrical
In bearings of this type, the cylindrical rollers are in linear contact with the raceways. They have a
Roller Bearings high radial load capacity and are suitable for high speeds.
There are different types designated NU, NJ, NUP, N, NF for single-row bearings, and NNU, NN for
double-row bearings depending on the design or absence of side ribs.
The outer and inner rings of all types are separable.
Some cylindrical roller bearings have no ribs on either the inner or outer ring, so the rings can
move axially relative to each other. These can be used as free-end bearings. Cylindrical roller
bearings, in which either the inner or outer rings has two ribs and the other ring has one, are
capable of taking some axial load in one direction. Double-row cylindrical roller bearings have high
radial rigidity and are used primarily for precision machine tools.
Pressed steel or machined brass cages are generally used, but sometimes molded polyamide
cages are also used.

A 10

A 11

TYPES AND FEATURES OF ROLLING BEARINGS

Needle
Needle roller bearings contain many slender rollers with a length 3 to 10 times their diameter. As a
Roller Bearings result, the ratio of the bearing outside diameter to the inscribed circle diameter is small, and they
have a rather high radial load capacity.
There are numerous types available, and many have no inner rings. The drawn-cup type has a
pressed steel outer ring and the solid type has a machined outer ring. There are also cage and
roller assemblies without rings. Most bearings have pressed steel cages, but some are without
cages.

Tapered
Bearings of this type use conical rollers guided by a back-face rib on the cone. These bearings are
Roller Bearings capable of taking high radial loads and also axial loads in one direction. In the HR series, the
rollers are increased in both size and number giving it an even higher load capacity.
They are generally mounted in pairs in a manner similar to single-row angular contact ball
bearings. In this case, the proper internal clearance can be obtained by adjusting the axial distance
between the cones or cups of the two opposed bearings. Since they are separable, the cone
assemblies and cups can be mounted independently.
Depending upon the contact angle, tapered roller bearings are divided into three types called the
normal angle, medium angle, and steep angle. Double-row and four-row tapered roller bearings
are also available. Pressed steel cages are generally used.

Spherical
These bearings have barrel-shaped rollers between the inner ring, which has two raceways, and
Roller Bearings the outer ring which has one spherical raceway. Since the center of curvature of the outer ring
raceway surface coincides with the bearing axis, they are self-aligning in a manner similar to that
of self-aligning ball bearings. Therefore, if there is deflection of the shaft or housing or
misalignment of their axes, it is automatically corrected so excessive force is not applied to the
bearings.
Spherical roller bearings can take, not only heavy radial loads, but also some axial loads in either
direction. They have excellent radial load-carrying capacity and are suitable for use where there are
heavy or impact loads.
Some bearings have tapered bores and may be mounted directly on tapered shafts or cylindrical
shafts using adapters or withdrawal sleeves.
Pressed steel and machined brass cages are used.

A 12

Single-Direction
Thrust Ball
Bearings

Single-direction thrust ball bearings are composed of washer-like bearing rings with raceway
grooves. The ring attached to the shaft is called the shaft washer (or inner ring) while that attached
to the housing is called the housing washer(or outer ring).
In double-direction thrust ball bearings, there are three rings with the middle one (center ring)
Double-Direction being fixed to the shaft.
There are also thrust ball bearings with an aligning seat washer beneath the housing washer in
Thrust Ball
order to compensate for shaft misalignment or mounting error.
Bearings
Pressed steel cages are usually used in the smaller bearings and machined cages in the larger

Spherical Thrust These bearings have a spherical raceway in the housing washer and barrel-shaped rollers obliquely
Roller Bearings arranged around it. Since the raceway in the housing washer in spherical, these bearings are selfaligning. They have a very high axial load capacity and are capable of taking moderate radial loads
when an axial load is applied.
Pressed steel cages or machined brass cages are usually used.

A 13

TYPES AND FEATURES OF ROLLING BEARINGS

Table 1. 1 Types and Characteristics

Bearing
Types

Deep
Groove
Ball
Bearings

Magneto
Bearings

Angular
Contact
Ball
Bearings

Double-Row
Angular
Contact
Ball
Bearings

Four-Point
Contact
Ball
Bearings

Duplex
Angular
Contact
Ball
Bearings

SelfAligning
Ball
Bearings

Cylindrical
Roller
Bearings

Double-Row
Cylindrical
Roller
Bearings

Cylindrical
Roller
Bearings
with
Single Rib

of Rolling Bearings
Cylindrical
Roller
Bearings
with Thrust
Collars

Needle
Roller
Bearings

Tapered
Roller
Bearings

Double-and
Multiple-Row
Tapered
Roller
Bearings

Spherical
Roller
Bearings

Thrust
Ball
Bearings

Thrust Ball
Bearings
with
Aligning
Seat

DoubleDirection
Angular
Contact
Thrust
Ball
Bearings

Cylindrical
Roller
Thrust
Bearings

Tapered
Roller
Thrust
Bearings

Spherical
Thrust
Roller
Bearings

Page No.

Features

Axial Loads

Combined
Loads

High Speeds

A18
A37

High Accuracy

A19
A58
A81

Low Noise and


Torque

A19

Rigidity

A19
A96

Angular
Misalignment

Free-End
Bearing

Tapered Bore
in Inner Ring

Excellent
i Applicable

B47
B66

B47

B47
B68

B73

B81

Fair

Poor

Impossible

B81
B106

B81

B81

One direction
only
I Applicable, but it is necessary to allow shaft contraction/elongation at fitting surfaces of bearings.
Good

B111

A18

Blue pages of
each brg.
type

A18

A19
A20

A20~
~A21

A20~
~A27

A800
A118
A122

Including N type

B47

Contact angle of 35o

Contact
angles
of 15o, 25o
o
o
30 , and 40 . Two bearings are
usually mounted in opposition.
Clearance adjustment is
necessary.

B5
B28

B5
B31

Combination of DF and
DT pairs is possible, but
use on free-end is not
possible.

Two bearings are


usually mounted in
opposition.

Page No.

Remarks

KH, KV types are


also available but
use on free-end is
impossible.

Two bearings are usually


mounted in opposition.
Clearance adjustment is
necessary.

Fixed-End
Bearing

Including NUP type

Including NF type

Including NNU type

Ring
Separability

Including needle
roller thrust bearings

Self-Aligning
Capability

A 14

B111
B172
B295

B179

B203

B203

B231

B203
B220

To be used with oil


lubrication

Load Capacity

Radial Loads

B203
B224

Two directions

A 15

2. BEARING SELECTION PROCEDURE

Examination of fitting

Evaluation of accuracy

The number of applications for rolling bearings is


almost countless and the operating conditions and
environments also vary greatly. In addition, the
diversity of operating conditions and bearing
requirements continue to grow with the rapid
advancement of technology. Therefore, it is necessary
to study bearings carefully from many angles to select
the best one from the thousands of types and sizes
available.
Usually, a bearing type is provisionally chosen
considering the operating conditions, mounting
arrangement, ease of mounting in the machine,
allowable space, cost, availability, and other factors.

Then the size of the bearing is chosen to satisfy the


desired life requirement. When doing this, in addition
to fatigue life, it is necessary to consider grease life,
noise and vibration, wear, and other factors.
There is no fixed procedure for selecting bearings. It is
good to investigate experience with similar
applications and studies relevant to any special
requirements for your specific application. When
selecting bearings for new machines, unusual
operating conditions, or harsh environments, please
consult with NSK.
The following diagram (Fig.2.1) shows an example of
the bearing selection procedure.

Running accuracy
A Rotational stability
A Torque fluctuation
A

Page number
A19
A18, A37, A81
A19

Selection of bearing
accuracy class
Fitting
A Difference in temperature
between inner and outer
rings
A Speed
A Misalignment of inner and
outer rings
A Amount of preload

Evaluation of
bearing types

Allowable space
Magnitude and direction of loads
A Vibration and shock
A Operating speed, maximum speed
A Misalignment of inner and outer
rings
A Fixing in axial direction and mounting
arrangement
A Ease of bearing mounting and
dismounting
A Sound and torque
A Required rigidity
A Availability and cost
A
A

A95

A18
A98

Examination of special
specifications

Speed
Noise
A Operating temperature
A External vibration and shock
A Rapid acceleration and
deceleration
A Moment load and misalignment
A

A20~A23
A19
A19
A19, A96

Examination of
lubricating
methods

Operating temperature range


A Speed
A Lubricating methods
A Type of seals
A Maintenance and inspection
intervals
A

Page number
A106, A107, A110, A112
A37
A105
A102
A123

Selection of lubricating
method, lubricant, and
type of seals

Expected life of machine


Dynamic and static equivalent loads
A Speed
A Permissible static load factor
A Permissible axial loads (in the case of
cylindrical roller bearings)
A
A

Page number
A24, A25
A30, A32
-A32
A33

Determination of bearing size

Fig. 2.1 Flow Chart for Selection of Rolling Bearings

A 16

Page number
A57

Selection of special
material, heat treatment
for dimensional stability

Selection of cage type


and material

Determination of bearing
type and mounting
arrangement

Determination of
bearing size

Operating temperature
A Environment (seawater,
vacuum, gases, chemicals,
etc.)
A Type of lubrication
A

Page number
A18, A38
A18
A18
A18, A37
A18

A83
A84, A100

Study of cage

Page number
A82
A82, A83

Determination of fitting

Page number

Examination of
internal clearance

Determination of
internal clearance

Operating conditions and required


performance
A Environmental conditions
A Dimensions of shaft and housing

Operating conditions
A Magnitude and characteristics of loads
A Temperature range
A Materials, size, accuracies
of shaft and housing
A

Examination of
ease of mounting/
dismounting

Procedure for mounting and


dismounting
A Necessary equipment
A Dimensions affecting
mounting
A

Page number
A116, A121
A116, A121
A100

Determination of dimensions
affecting mounting and
procedure for mounting/
dismounting
Final specifications for
bearing and surrounding
parts

A 17

3. SELECTION OF BEARING TYPES


3.1 Allowable Bearing Space

3.3 Permissible Speed and Bearing Types

The allowable space for a rolling bearing and its


adjacent parts is generally limited so the type and size
of the bearing must be selected within such limits. In
most cases, the shaft diameter is fixed first by the
machine design; therefore, the bearing is often
selected based on its bore size. For rolling bearings,
there are numerous standardized dimension series and
types, and the selection of the optimum bearing from
among them is necessary. Fig. 3.1 shows the
dimension series of radial bearings and corresponding
bearing types.

The maximum speed of rolling bearings varies


depending, not only the type of bearing, but also its
size, type of cage, loads, lubricating method, heat
dissipation, etc. Assuming the common oil bath
lubrication method, the bearing types are roughly
ranked from higher speed to lower as shown in Fig.
3.3.

Permissible bearing misalignment is given at the


beginning of the dimensional tables for each bearing
type.

3.4 Misalignment of Inner/Outer Rings and


Bearing Types
Because of deflection of a shaft caused by applied
loads, dimensional error of the shaft and housing, and
mounting errors, the inner and outer rings are slightly
misaligned. The permissible misalignment varies
depending on the bearing type and operating
conditions, but usually it is a small angle less than
0.0012 radian (4').
When a large misalignment is expected, bearings
having a self-aligning capability, such as self-aligning
ball bearings, spherical roller bearings, and certain
bearing units should be selected (Figs. 3.4 and 3.5).

3.2 Load Capacity and Bearing Types


The axial load carrying capacity of a bearing is closely
related to the radial load capacity (see Page A24) in a
manner that depends on the bearing design as shown
in Fig. 3.2. This figure makes it clear that when
bearings of the same dimension series are compared,
roller bearings have a higher load capacity than ball
bearings and are superior if shock loads exist.

Fig. 3.4 Permissible Misalignment of Spherical Roller


Bearings

II

II
II

II

II

II

II

I II I

Fig. 3.5 Permissible Misalignment of Ball Bearing Units

II
II

69

59
50

III

48
49
40
41

39
30
31
32
33

29
20
22
23

Deep Groove Ball Bearings


Angular Contact Ball Bearings
Self-Aligning Ball Bearings
Cylindrical Roller Bearings
Spherical Roller Bearings
Needle Roller Bearings
Tapered Roller Bearings

18
19
10

03

Dimension
Series

08
09
00
01
02

4
3
Diameter Series 2
01
89

04

III I

II I

Fig. 3.1 Dimension Series of Radial Bearings

Bearing Type

Radial load capacity Axial load capacity


1

Single-Row Deep
Groove Ball Bearings

Single-Row Angular
Contact Ball Bearings

Cylindrical Roller(1)
Bearings

Tapered Roller
Bearings

Spherical Roller
Bearings
Note( ) The bearings with ribs can take some axial loads.
1

Fig. 3.2 Relative Load Capacities of Various Bearing Types

A 18

Bearing Types

10

13

Deep Groove
Ball Bearings
Angular Contact
Ball Bearings
Cylindrical Roller
Bearings
Needle Roller
Bearings
Tapered Roller
Bearings
Spherical Roller
Bearings
Thrust Ball Bearings
Remarks

Bearing Types

Highest
accuracy
specified

Deep Groove Ball


Bearings

Class 2

Angular Contact
Ball Bearings

Class 2

Cylindrical Roller
Bearings

Class 2

Tapered Roller
Bearings

Class 4

Spherical Roller
Bearings

Normal

Relative permissible speed


1

Oil bath lubrication


With special measures to increase speed limit

When loads are imposed on a rolling bearing, some


elastic deformation occurs in the contact areas
between the rolling elements and raceways. The
rigidity of the bearing is determined by the ratio of
bearing load to the amount of elastic deformation of
the inner and outer rings and rolling elements. For the
main spindles of machine tools, it is necessary to have
high rigidity of the bearings together with the rest of
the spindle. Consequently, since roller bearings are
deformed less by load, they are more often selected
than ball bearings. When extra high rigidity is required,
bearings are given a preload, which means that they
have a negative clearance. Angular contract ball
bearings and tapered roller bearings are often
preloaded.

3.6 Noise and Torque of Various Bearing


Types

Width Series

3.5 Rigidity and Bearing Types

Tolerance comparison of
inner ring radial runout
1
2
3
4
5

Fig. 3.6 Relative Inner Ring Radial Runout of Highest


Accuracy Class for Various Bearing Types

Since rolling bearings are manufactured with very high


precision, noise and torque are minimal. For deep
groove ball bearings and cylindrical roller bearings
particularly, the noise level is sometimes specified
depending on their purpose. For high precision
miniature ball bearings, the starting torque is specified.
Deep groove ball bearings are recommended for
applications in which low noise and torque are
required, such as motors and instruments.

3.7 Running Accuracy and Bearing Types


For the main spindles of machine tools that require
high running accuracy or high speed applications like
superchargers, high precision bearings of Class 5, 4 or
2 are usually used.
The running accuracy of rolling bearings is specified in
various ways, and the specified accuracy classes vary
depending on the bearing type. A comparison of the
inner ring radial runout for the highest running
accuracy specified for each bearing type is shown in
Fig. 3.6.
For applications requiring high running accuracy, deep
groove ball bearings, angular contact ball bearings,
and cylindrical roller bearings are most suitable.

3.8 Mounting and Dismounting of Various


Bearing Types
Separable types of bearings like cylindrical roller
bearings, needle roller bearings and tapered roller
bearings are convenient for mounting and
dismounting. For machines in which bearings are
mounted and dismounted rather often for periodic
inspection, these types of bearings are recommended.
Also, self-aligning ball bearings and spherical roller
bearings (small ones) with tapered bores can be
mounted and dismounted relatively easily using
sleeves.

Fig. 3.3 Relative Permissible Speeds of


Various Bearing Types

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4. SELECTION OF BEARING ARRANGEMENT


In general, shafts are supported by only two bearings.
When considering the bearing mounting arrangement,
the following items must be investigated:
(1) Expansion and contraction of the shaft caused by
temperature variations.
(2) Ease of bearing mounting and dismounting.
(3) Misalignment of the inner and outer rings caused
by deflection of the shaft or mounting error.
(4) Rigidity of the entire system including bearings and
preloading method.
(5) Capability to sustain the loads at their proper
positions and to transmit them.

4.1 Fixed-End and Free-End Bearings


Among the bearings on a shaft, only one can be a
"fixed-end" bearing that is used to fix the shaft axially.
For this fixed-end bearing, a type which can carry both
radial and axial loads must be selected.
Bearings other than the fixed-end one must be "freeend" bearings that carry only radial loads to relieve the
shaft's thermal elongation and contraction.

A
Fixed-end

B
Free-end (separable bearing)

Fixed-end

Free-end (non-separable bearing)

No distinction between fixed-end and free-end

If measures to relieve a shafts thermal elongation and


contraction are insufficient, abnormal axial loads are
applied to the bearings, which can cause premature
failure.
For free-end bearings, cylindrical roller bearings or
needle roller bearings with separable inner and outer
rings that are free to move axially (NU, N types, etc.)
are recommended. When these types are used,
mounting and dismounting are also easier.
When non-separable types are used as free-end
bearings, usually the fit between the outer ring and
housing is loose to allow axial movement of the
running shaft together with the bearing. Sometimes,
such elongation is relieved by a loose fitting between
the inner ring and shaft.
When the distance between the bearings is short and
the influence of the shaft elongation and contraction is
negligible, two opposed angular contact ball bearings
or tapered roller bearings are used. The axial clearance
(possible axial movement) after the mounting is
adjusted using nuts or shims.

BEARING A
Deep Groove Ball Bearing
Matched Angular Contact
Ball Bearing
Double-Row Angular
Contact Ball Bearing
Self-Aligning Ball Bearing
Cylindrical Roller Bearing
with Ribs (NH, NUP
types)
Double-Row Tapered
Roller Bearing
Spherical Roller Bearing

BEARING D,E(2)
Angular Contact Ball
Bearing
Tapered Roller Bearing
Magneto Bearing
Cylindrical Roller Bearing
(NJ, NF types)

No distinction between fixed-end and free-end

BEARING B
Cylindrical Roller Bearing
(NU, N types)
Needle Roller Bearing (NA
type, etc.)

BEARING C(1)
Deep Groove Ball Bearing
Matched Angular Contact
Ball Bearing (back-toback)
Double-Row Angular
Contact Ball Bearing
Self-Aligning Ball Bearing
Double-Row Tapered
Roller Bearing (KBE type)
Spherical Roller Bearing

The distinction between free-end and fixed-end


bearings and some possible bearing mounting
arrangements for various bearing types are shown in
Fig. 4.1.

4.2 Example of Bearing Arrangements


Some representative bearing mounting arrangements
considering preload and rigidity of the entire assembly,
shaft elongation and contraction, mounting error, etc.
are shown in Table 4.1.

Table 4. 1 Representative Bearing Mounting Arrangements


and Application Examples
Bearing Arrangements
Fixed-end

Remarks

Application Examples

fThis is a common arrangement in which


abnormal loads are not applied to bearings
even if the shaft expands or contracts.
fIf the mounting error is small, this is suitable
for high speeds.

Medium size electric motors,


blowers

fThis can withstand heavy loads and shock loads


and can take some axial load.
fEvery type of cylindrical roller bearing is
separable. This is helpful when interference is
necessary for both the inner and outer rings.

Traction motors for rolling


stock

fThis is used when loads are relatively heavy.


fFor maximum rigidity of the fixed-end bearing,
it is a back-to-back type.
fBoth the shaft and housing must have high
accuracy and the mounting error must be small.

Table rollers for steel mills,


main spindles of lathes

fThis is also suitable when interference is


necessary for both the inner and outer rings.
Heavy axial loads cannot be applied.

Calender rolls of paper making


machines, axles of diesel
locomotives

fThis is suitable for high speeds and heavy radial


loads. Moderate axial loads can also be applied.
fIt is necessary to provide some clearance
between the outer ring of the deep groove ball
bearing and the housing bore in order to avoid
subjecting it to radial loads.

Reduction gears in diesel


locomotives

Free-end

BEARING F
Deep Groove Ball Bearing
Self-Aligning Ball Bearing
Spherical Roller Bearing

Notes: (1) In the figure, shaft elongation and contraction are


relieved at the outside surface of the outer ring, but
sometimes it is done at the bore.
(2) For each type, two bearings are used in opposition.

No distinction between fixed-end and free-end


Fig. 4.1 Bearing Mounting Arrangements and Bearing Types

A 20

Continued on next page

A 21

SELECTION OF BEARING ARRANGEMENT

Table 4. 1 Representative Bearing Mounting Arrangements


and Application Examples (cont'd)
Bearing Arrangements
Remarks
Fixed-end

Application Examples

Free-end

fThis is the most common arrangement.


fIt can sustain not only radial loads, but
moderate axial loads also.

When there is no distinction between


fixed-end and free-end

Double suction volute pumps,


automotive transmissions

NJ + NJ mounting

When there is no distinction between


fixed-end and free-end

Back-to-back mounting

fThis is the most suitable arrangement when


there is mounting error or shaft deflection.
fIt is often used for general and industrial
applications in which heavy loads are applied.

Speed reducers, table rollers of


steel mills, wheels for
overhead travelling cranes

fThis is suitable when there are rather heavy


axial loads in both directions.
fDouble row angular contact bearings may be
used instead of a arrangement of two angular
contact ball bearings.

Worm gear reducers

Remarks

Application Examples

fThis arrangement is widely used since it can


withstand heavy loads and shock loads.
fThe back-to-back arrangement is especially
good when the distance between bearings is
short and moment loads are applied.
fFace-to-face mounting makes mounting easier
when interference is necessary for the inner
ring. In general, this arrangement is good when
there is mounting error.
fTo use this arrangement with a preload,
affection must be paid to the amount of preload
and clearance adjustment.

Pinion shafts of automotive


differential gears, automotive
front and rear axles, worm gear
reducers

fThis is used at high speeds when radial loads


are not so heavy and axial loads are relatively
heavy.
fIt provides good rigidity of the shaft by
preloading.
fFor moment loads, back-to-back mounting is
better than face-to-face mounting.

Grinding wheel shafts

Face-to-face mounting

Back-to-back mounting

Vertical arrangements

Remarks

Application Examples

fThis can withstand heavy loads and shock


loads.
fIt can be used if interference is necessary for
both the inner and outer rings.
fCare must be taken so the axial clearance
doesn't become too small during running.
fNF type + NF type mounting is also possible.

Final reduction gears of


construction machines

fSometimes a spring is used at the side of the


outer ring of one bearing.

Small electric motors, small


speed reducers, small pumps

Remarks

Application Examples

fMatched angular contact ball bearings are on


the fixed end.
fCylindrical roller bearing is on the free end.

Vertical electric motors

fThe spherical center of the self-aligning seat


must coincide with that of the self-aligning ball
bearing.
fThe upper bearing is on the free end.

Vertical openers (spinning and


weaving machines)

Continued on next page

A 22

A 23

5. SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE

A 24

5.2 Basic Load Rating and Fatigue Life


5.2.1 Basic Load Rating
The basic load rating is defined as the constant load
applied on bearings with stationary outer rings that the
inner rings can endure for a rating life of one million
revolutions (106 rev). The basic load rating of radial
bearings is defined as a central radial load of constant
direction and magnitude, while the basic load rating of
thrust bearings is defined as an axial load of constant
magnitude in the same direction as the central axis.
The load ratings are listed under C r for radial bearings
and C a for thrust bearings in the dimension tables.
5.2.2 Machinery in which Bearings are Used and
Projected Life
It is not advisable to select bearings with unnecessarily
high load ratings, for such bearings may be too large
and uneconomical. In addition, the bearing life alone
should not be the deciding factor in the selection of
bearings. The strength, rigidity, and design of the shaft

Table 5. 1 Fatigue Life Factor f h for Various Bearing Applications


Fatigue Life Factor f h

Operating Periods

~3
Small motors for
home appliances
like vacuum
cleaners and
washing machines
Hand power tools

Infrequently used or only


for short periods

2~4

Motors for home


heaters and air
conditioners
Construction
equipment
Small motors
Deck cranes
General cargo
cranes
Pinion stands
Passenger cars
Escalators

Used only occasionally


but reliability is important

Used intermittently for


relatively long periods

Rolling mill roll


necks

Fig. 5.1 Example of Flaking

Life

Fig. 5.2 Failure Probability and Bearing Life

3~5

4~7

6~

Agricultural
equipment

Conveyors
Elevator cable
sheaves

Factory motors
Machine tools
Transmissions
Vibrating screens
Crushers

Centrifugal
separators
Air conditioning
equipment
Blowers
Woodworking
machines
Large motors
Axle boxes on
railway rolling stock

Used intermittently for


more than eight hours
daily

Crane sheaves
Compressors
Specialized
transmissions

Mine hoists
Press flywheels
Railway traction
motors
Locomotive axle
boxes

Paper making
machines

Waterworks

pumps
power
stations
Mine draining
pumps

Used continuously and


high reliability is important

Electric

on which the bearings are to be mounted should also


be considered. Bearings are used in a wide range of
applications and the design life varies with specific
applications and operating conditions. Table 5.1 gives
an empirical fatigue life factor derived from customary
operating experience for various machines. Also refer
to Table 5.2.

Average Life

5.1.1 Rolling Fatigue Life and Basic Rating Life


When rolling bearings are operated under load, the
raceways of their inner and outer rings and rolling
elements are subjected to repeated cyclic stress.
Because of metal fatigue of the rolling contact surfaces
of the raceways and rolling elements, scaly particles
may separate from the bearing material (Fig. 5.1). This
phenomenon is called "flaking". Rolling fatigue life is
represented by the total number of revolutions at
which time the bearing surface will start flaking due to
stress. This is called fatigue life. As shown in Fig. 5.2,
even for seemingly identical bearings, which are of the
same type, size, and material and receive the same
heat treatment and other processing, the rolling fatigue
life varies greatly even under identical operating
conditions. This is because the flaking of materials due
to fatigue is subject to many other variables.
Consequently, "basic rating life", in which rolling
fatigue life is treated as a statistical phenomenon, is
used in preference to actual rolling fatigue life.
Suppose a number of bearings of the same type are
operated individually under the same conditions. After
a certain period of time, 10% of them fail as a result of
flaking caused by rolling fatigue. The total number of
revolutions at this point is defined as the basic rating
life or, if the speed is constant, the basic rating life is
often expressed by the total number of operating hours
completed when 10% of the bearings become
inoperable due to flaking.
In determining bearing life, basic rating life is often the
only factor considered. However, other factors must
also be taken into account. For example, the grease life

of grease-prelubricated bearings (refer to Section 12,


Lubrication, Page A107) can be estimated. Since noise
life and abrasion life are judged according to individual
standards for different applications, specific values for
noise or abrasion life must be determined empirically.

Rating Life

The various functions required of rolling bearings vary


according to the bearing application. These functions
must be performed for a prolonged period. Even if
bearings are properly mounted and correctly operated,
they will eventually fail to perform satisfactorily due to
an increase in noise and vibration, loss of running
accuracy, deterioration of grease, or fatigue flaking of
the rolling surfaces.
Bearing life, in the broad sense of the term, is the
period during which bearings continue to operate and
to satisfy their required functions. This bearing life may
be defined as noise life, abrasion life, grease life, or
rolling fatigue life, depending on which one causes
loss of bearing service.
Aside from the failure of bearings to function due to
natural deterioration, bearings may fail when
conditions such as heat-seizure, fracture, scoring of
the rings, damage of the seals or the cage, or other
damage occurs.
Conditions such as these should not be interpreted as
normal bearing failure since they often occur as a
result of errors in bearing selection, improper design
or manufacture of the bearing surroundings, incorrect
mounting, or insufficient maintenance.

Failure Probability

5.1 Bearing Life

5.2.3 Selection of Bearing Size Based on Basic Load


Rating
The following relation exists between bearing load and
basic rating life:
3
For ball bearings L = C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.1)
P
10
For roller bearings L = C 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.2)
P
where L : Basic rating life (106 rev)
P : Bearing load (equivalent load) (N), {kgf}
..........(Refer to Page A30)
C : Basic load rating (N), {kgf}
For radial bearings, C is written C r
For thrust bearings, C is written C a

( )
( )

In the case of bearings that run at a constant speed, it


is convenient to express the fatigue life in terms of
hours. In general, the fatigue life of bearings used in
automobiles and other vehicles is given in terms of
mileage.

By designating the basic rating life as L h (h), bearing


speed as n (rpm), fatigue life factor as f h, and speed
factor as f n, the relations shown in Table 5.2 are
obtained:

Table 5. 2 Basic Rating Life, Fatigue Life


Factor and Speed Factor
Life
Parameters

Basic
Rating
Life

Ball Bearings
L h=

106 C 3=
106 C
500 fh3 L h=
60n P
60n P

Fatigue
Life
Factor

Speed
Factor

Roller Bearings

()

()

fh = fn C
6

( 5001060n )

= (0.03n)-

1
3

= 500 fh 3

fh = fn C

fn =

10

10
3

1
3

( 5001060n )

fn =

3
10

= (0.03n)- 10

n, f n......Fig. 5.3 (See Page A26), Appendix Table 12


(See Page C24)
L h, f h....Fig. 5.4 (See Page A26), Appendix Table 13
(See Page C25)

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SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE

fn

(rpm)
60000
40000
30000

fn

0.08
0.09
0.1

Lh

60000

0.105
0.11

40000

0.12

30000

0.13

0.12

15000

20000

0.15

15000

0.16

0.14
10000

10000
8000

0.16

6000

0.18

4000

0.20

5.5

80000

60000

5.0

60000

0.25

1500
0.3
1000

1000

800

800

600

600
0.4
400

300

300

100

0.7

40
30

100

0.9
1.0

60
50

30

2.5

8000
6000

2.0

4000

3000

1.8

2000

1.6

0.6

1500

1.2

20

15

1.3
1.4
1.5

15
10

1.9
1.8

1.9
3000

1.7
1.6

1.7
0.5

2.5

2.0
4000

2000

1.5

1500

1.4

1.4
1.3

0.7

1000
800

0.8

1.3
1.2
1.1

600
0.9
1.0

1.2

Roller
Bearings

Fig. 5.3 Bearing Speed and


Speed Factor

1.1
600

1.0

500

0.95
0.90

400

300

0.85

300

0.75

Ball
Bearings

1.0
0.95
0.90

0.80
200

1.2

800

400

1.3
1.4

1000

500

1.1

20

Ball
Bearings

10000

6000

0.40

3.0

fh P
fn

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.3)

A bearing which satisfies this value of


C should then be selected from the bearing
tables.

15000

0.35

40

1.1

10

8000

20000

C=

3.5

3.0

10000
0.30

30000

150

80
0.8

3.5

1.5
200

0.6

80
60
50

20000

0.5

200

40000
4.0

0.25

0.45

400

150

30000

15000

1500

4.5

If the bearing load P and speed n are


known, determine a fatigue life factor f h
appropriate for the projected life of the
machine and then calculate the basic load
rating C by means of the following
equation.

4.5
40000

4000

2000

fh

4.0

6000

3000

3000
2000

8000

0.17
0.18
0.19
0.20

Lh
(h)

80000

0.14
20000

fh

(h)

(rpm)

0.85
0.80

200

0.75

Roller
Bearings

5.2.4 Temperature Adjustment for Basic


Load Rating
If rolling bearings are used at high
temperature, the hardness of the bearing
steel decreases. Consequently, the basic
load rating, which depends on the physical
properties of the material, also decreases.
Therefore, the basic load rating should be
adjusted for the higher temperature using
the following equation:
C t = f t C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.4)
where C t : Basic load rating after
temperature correction
(N), {kgf}
f t : Temperature factor
(See Table 5.3.)
C : Basic load rating before
temperature adjustment
(N), {kgf}
If large bearings are used at higher than
120 o C, they must be given special
dimensional stability heat treatment to
prevent excessive dimensional changes.
The basic load rating of bearings given such
special dimensional stability heat treatment
may become lower than the basic load
rating listed in the bearing tables.

Fig. 5.4 Fatigue Life Factor


and Fatigue Life

5.2.5 Correction of Basic Rating Life


As described previously, the basic equations for
calculating the basic rating life are as follows:
3
L 10 = C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.5)
P
10
For roller bearings L 10 = C 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.6)
P
The L 10 life is defined as the basic rating life with a
statistical reliability of 90%. Depending on the
machines in which the bearings are used, sometimes a
reliability higher than 90% may be required. However,
recent improvements in bearing material have greatly
extended the fatigue life. In addition, the developent of
the Elasto-Hydrodynamic Theory of Lubrication proves
that the thickness of the lubricating film in the contact
zone between rings and rolling elements greatly
influences bearing life. To reflect such improvements
in the calculation of fatigue life, the basic rating life is
adjusted using the following adjustment factors:

L na = a 1 a 2 a 3 L 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.7)

where L na : Adjusted rating life in which reliability,


material improvements, lubricating
conditions, etc. are considered
L 10 : Basic rating life with a reliability of 90%
a 1 : Life adjustment factor for reliability
a 2 : Life adjustment factor for special bearing
properties
a 3 : Life adjustment factor for operating
conditions
The life adjustment factor for reliability, a 1, is listed in
Table 5.4 for reliabilities higher than 90%.
The life adjustment factor for special bearing
properties, a 2, is used to reflect improvements in
bearing steel.
NSK now uses vacuum degassed bearing steel, and
the results of tests by NSK show that life is greatly
improved when compared with earlier materials. The
basic load ratings C r and C a listed in the bearing tables
were calculated considering the extended life achieved
by improvements in materials and manufacturing
techniques. Consequently, when estimating life using
Equation (5.7), it is sufficient to assume that is greater
than one.

Table 5.3 Temperature Factor f t


Bearing
Temperature oC
Temperature
Factor f t

A 26

( )
( )

For ball bearings

The life adjustment factor for operating conditions a 3


is used to adjust for various factors, particularly
lubrication. If there is no misalignment between the
inner and outer rings and the thickness of the
lubricating film in the contact zones of the bearing is
sufficient, it is possible for a 3 to be greater than one;
however, a 3 is less than one in the following cases:
When the viscosity of the lubricant in the contact
zones between the raceways and rolling
elements is low.
When the circumferential speed of the rolling
elements is very slow.
When the bearing temperature is high.
When the lubricant is contaminated by water or
foreign matter.
When misalignment of the inner and outer rings
is excessive.
It is difficult to determine the proper value for a 3 for
specific operating conditions because there are still
many unknowns. Since the special bearing property
factor a 2 is also influenced by the operating conditions,
there is a proposal to combine a 2 and a 3 into one
quantity(a 2 a 3), and not consider them independently.
In this case, under normal lubricating and operating
conditions, the product (a 2 a 3) should be assumed
equal to one. However, if the viscosity of the lubricant
is too low, the value drops to as low as 0.2.
If there is no misalignment and a lubricant with high
viscosity is used so sufficient fluid-film thickness is
secured, the product of (a 2 a 3) may be about two.
When selecting a bearing based on the basic load
rating, it is best to choose an a 1 reliability factor
appropriate for the projected use and an empirically
determined C/P or f h value derived from past results
for lubrication, temperature, mounting conditions, etc.
in similar machines.
The basic rating life equations (5.1), (5.2), (5.5), and
(5.6) give satisfactory results for a broad range of
bearing loads. However, extra heavy loads may cause
detrimental plastic deformation at ball/raceway contact
points. When Pr exceeds C 0 r (Basic static load rating)
or 0.5 C r, whichever is smaller, for radial bearings or
Pa exceeds 0.5 C a for thrust bearings, please consult
NSK to establish the applicablity of the rating fatigue
life equations.

Table 5.4 Reliability Factor a 1

125

150

175

200

250

Reliability (%)

90

95

96

97

98

99

1.00

1.00

0.95

0.90

0.75

a1

1.00

0.62

0.53

0.44

0.33

0.21

A 27

SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE

5.3 Calculation of Bearing Loads


The loads applied on bearings generally include the
weight of the body to be supported by the bearings,
the weight of the revolving elements themselves, the
transmission power of gears and belting, the load
produced by the operation of the machine in which the
bearings are used, etc. These loads can be theoretically
calculated, but some of them are difficult to estimate.
Therefore, it becomes necessary to correct the
estimated using empirically derived data.
5.3.1 Load Factor
When a radial or axial load has been mathematically
calculated, the actual load on the bearing may be
greater than the calculated load because of vibration
and shock present during operation of the machine.
The actual load may be calculated using the following
equation:
Fr = fw Frc
Fa = fw Fac

5.3.2 Bearing Loads in Belt or Chain Transmission


Applications
The force acting on the pulley or sprocket wheel when
power is transmitted by a belt or chain is calculated
using the following equations.
M = 9 550 000H / n ....( N m m )
.............(5.9)
= 0 974 000H / n ....{kgfmm}

Pk = M / r .............................................(5.10)
where

Pk : Effective force transmitted by belt or


chain (N), {kgf}
H : Power transmitted(kW)

n : Speed (rpm)
r : Effective radius of pulley or sprocket

} . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5.8)

where Fr, Fa : Loads applied on bearing (N), {kgf}


Frc, Fac : Theoretically calculated load (N) ,
{kgf}

fw : Load factor
The values given in Table 5.5 are usually used for the
load factor fw.

M : Torque acting on pulley or sprocket


wheel (N mm), {kgf mm}

wheel (mm)
When calculating the load on a pulley shaft, the belt
tension must be included. Thus, to calculate the actual
load Kb in the case of a belt transmission, the effective
transmitting power is multiplied by the belt factor f b,
which represents the belt tension. The values of the
belt factor f b for different types of belts are shown in
Table 5.6.
Kb = f b Pk .........................................(5.11)
In the case of a chain transmission, the values
corresponding to f b should be 1.25 to 1.5.

Table 5. 5 Values of Load Factor fw


Operating Conditions

Typical Applications

5.3.4 Load Distribution on Bearings


In the simple examples shown in Figs. 5.5 and 5.6. The
radial loads on bearings1and 2 can be calculated
using the following equations:

M = 9 550 000H / n ....( N m m )


...........(5.12)
= 0 974 000H / n ....{kgf mm}

FC2= a K ..............................................(5.17)

Pk = M / r .............................................(5.13)
Sk = Pk tan ...........................................(5.14)

Kc = P k2+S k2 = Pk sec .........................(5.15)


where M : Torque applied to gear
(N . mm),{kgf . mm}
Pk : Tangential force on gear (N), {kgf}
Sk : Radial force on gear (N), {kgf}
Kc : Combined force imposed on gear
(N), {kgf}

fw

Air blowers,
Compressors,
Elevators, Cranes,
Paper making
machines

1.2~1.5

Construction
equipment, Crushers,
Vibrating screens,
Rolling mills

1.5~3.0

1.3 ~ 2.0

V belts

2.0 ~ 2.5

Flat belts with tension pulley

2.5 ~ 3.0

Flat belts

4.0 ~ 5.0

FC1 : Radial load applied on bearing1


(N), {kgf}
FC2 : Radial load applied on bearing2
(N), {kgf}
K : Shaft load (N), {kgf}

When these loads are applied simultaneously, first the


radial load for each should be obtained, and then, the
sum of the vectors may be calculated according to the
load direction.

n : Speed (rpm)
r : Pitch circle radius of drive gear (mm)

c
a

: Pressure angle

FC1

In addition to the theoretical load calculated above,


vibration and shock (which depend on how accurately
the gear is finished) should be included using the gear
factor f g by multiplying the theoretically calculated load
by this factor.
The values of f g should generally be those in Table 5.7.
When vibration from other sources accompanies gear
operation, the actual load is obtained by multiplying
the load factor by this gear factor.

Table 5. 7 Values of Gear Factor f g


Gear Finish Accuracy

fg

Precision ground gears

1.0~1.1

Ordinary machined gears

1.1~1.3

FC2

FC1

Bearing1 K Bearing 2

K
FC2 Bearing 2

Bearing1

Fig. 5.5 Radial Load


Distribution (1)

Fig. 5.6 Radial Load


Distribution (2)

5.3.5 Average of Fluctuating Load


When the load applied on bearings fluctuates, an
average load which will yield the same bearing life as
the fluctuating load should be calculated.
(1) When the relation between load and rotating speed
is divided into the following steps (Fig. 5.7)
Load F1 : Speed n1 ; Operating time t1
Load F2 : Speed n2 ; Operating time t2

Normal operation

Toothed belts

where

1.0~1.2

fb

Electric motors,
Machine tools,
Air conditioners

Type of Belt

FC1= b K ...............................................(5.16)

H : Power transmitted (kW)

Table 5. 6 Belt Factor f b

Smooth operation
free from shocks

Operation
accompanied by
shock and vibration

5.3.3 Bearing Loads in Gear Transmission


Applications
The loads imposed on gears in gear transmissions
vary according to the type of gears used. In the
simplest case of spur gears, the load is calculated as
follows:

Load Fn : Speed nn ; Operating time tn


Then, the average load Fm may be calculated using the
following equation:
Fm =

+ ... + F n t
F nn tt ++ Fn tn+t.........
+n t

1 1

1 1

2 2

2 2

n n

n n

..........................(5.18)

where Fm : Average fluctuating load (N), {kgf}


p = 3 for ball bearings
p = 10/3 for roller bearings
A 28

A 29

SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE

5.4 Equivalent Load

The average speed nm may be calculated as follows:


...
2 + + nntn ........................(5.19)
nm = n1t1 + n2t.........
t1 + t2 +
+ tn
(2) When the load fluctuates almost linearly (Fig. 5.8),
the average load may be calculated as follows:
1
FmH (Fmin + 2Fmax) ..........................(5.20)
3
where

In some cases, the loads applied on bearings are


purely radial or axial loads; however, in most cases,
the loads are a combination of both. In addition, such
loads usually fluctuate in both magnitude and
direction. In such cases, the loads actually applied on
bearings cannot be used for bearing life calculations;
therefore, a hypothetical load that has a constant
magnitude and passes through the center of the
bearing, and will give the same bearing life that the
bearing would attain under actual conditions of load
and rotation should be estimated. Such a hypothetical
load is called the equivalent load.

Fmin : Minimum value of fluctuating load


(N), {kgf}
Fmax : Maximum value of fluctuating load
(N), {kgf}

(3) When the load fluctuation is similar to a sine wave


(Fig. 5.9), an approximate value for the average
load F m may be calculated from the following
equation:
In the case of Fig. 5.9 (a)
FmH0.65 Fmax ........................................(5.21)
In the case of Fig. 5.9 (b)
FmH0.75 Fmax ........................................(5.22)

Fmax
Fm
F

(4) When both a rotating load and a stationary load are


applied (Fig. 5.10).
FR : Rotating load (N), {kgf}
FS : Stationary load (N), {kgf}
An approximate value for the average load Fm may
be calculated as follows:
a) Where FRFS
F2
FmHFR + 0.3FS + 0.2 S ..........................(5.23)
FR
b) Where FR<FS
F 2
FmHFS + 0.3FR + 0.2 R ..........................(5.24)
FS

niti
(a)

F max
Fm

5.4.1 Calculation of Equivalent Loads


The equivalent load on radial bearings may be
calculated using the following equation:
P = XFr + YFa ........................................(5.25)
where
P : Equivalent Load (N), {kgf}
Fr : Radial load (N), {kgf}
Fa : Axial load (N), {kgf}
X : Radial load factor
Y : Axial load factor
The values of X and Y are listed in the bearing tables.
The equivalent radial load for radial roller bearings with
= 0 is
P = Fr
In general, thrust ball bearings cannot take radial
loads, but spherical thrust roller bearings can take
some radial loads. In this case, the equivalent load may
be calculated using the following equation:
P = Fa + 1.2Fr ..................................(5.26)
Fr
where
0.55
Fa

center for each bearing is listed in the bearing tables.


When radial loads are applied to these types of
bearings, a component of load is produced in the axial
direction. In order to balance this component load,
bearings of the same type are used in pairs, placed
face to face or back to back. These axial loads can be
calculated using the following equation:
Fa i = 0.6 Fr ...................................(5.27)
Y
where Fa i : Component load in the axial direction
(N), {kgf}
Fr : Radial load (N), {kgf}
Y : Axial load factor
Assume that radial loads Fr1 and Fr2 are applied on
bearings1 and 2(Fig. 5.12) respectively, and an
external axial load Fae is applied as shown. If the axial
load factors are Y1, Y2 and the radial load factor is X,
then the equivalent loads P1 , P2 may be calculated as
follows:
0.6
0.6
F
F
Y2 r2 Y1 r1
0.6
P1 = XFr1 + Y1 (Fae +
F
Y2 r2) ..............(5.28)
P2 = Fr2

where

5.4.2 Axial Load Components in Angular Contact


Ball Bearings and Tapered Roller Bearings
The effective load center of both angular contact ball
bearings and tapered roller bearings is at the point of
intersection of the shaft center line and a line
representing the load applied on the rolling element by
the outer ring as shown in Fig. 5.11. This effective load

Fae +

where

Fae +

0.6
0.6
F <
F
Y2 r2 Y1 r1

P1 = Fr1
P2 = XFr2 + Y2 (

0.6
F Fae)
Y1 r1

} ...............(5.29)

niti
(b)
Bearing I

Fig. 5.9 Sinusoidal Load Variation

Bearing 2

Bearing I

Bearing 2

F1
Fmax
F2
F

Fm

Fm

Fa e

Fs

Fr I
(a)

n 1 t1 n 2 t2

n n tn

Fig. 5.7 Incremental Load Variation

A 30

Fa e

F r2

(b)

Fig. 5.12 Loads in Opposed Duplex Arrangement

FR

Fmin
0

Fr I

Fig. 5.11 Effective Load Centers

Fn
0

Fr2

niti

Fig. 5.8 Simple Load Fluctuation

Fig. 5.10 Rotating Load and


Stationary Load

A 31

SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE

5.5 Static Load Ratings and Static Equivalent


Loads
5.5.1 Static Load Ratings
When subjected to an excessive load or a strong shock
load, rolling bearings may incur a local permanent
deformation of the rolling elements and permanent
deformation of the rolling elements and raceway
surface if the elastic limit is exceeded. The nonelastic
deformation increases in area and depth as the load
increases, and when the load exceeds a certain limit,
the smooth running of the bearing is impeded.
The basic static load rating is defined as that static
load which produces the following calculated contact
stress at the center of the contact area between the
rolling element subjected to the maximum stress and
the raceway surface.
For self-aligning ball bearings 4 600MPa
{469kgf/mm2}
For other ball bearings
4 200MPa
{428kgf/mm2}
For roller bearings
4 000MPa
{408kgf/mm2}
In this most heavily stressed contact area, the sum of
the permanent deformation of the rolling element and
that of the raceway is nearly 0.0001 times the rolling
element's diameter. The basic static load rating Co is
written C or for radial bearings and C oa for thrust
bearings in the bearing tables.
In addition, following the modification of the criteria
for basic static load rating by ISO, the new Co values
for NSK's ball bearings became about 0.8 to 1.3 times
the past values and those for roller bearings about 1.5
to 1.9 times. Consequently, the values of permissible
static load factor fs have also changed, so please pay
attention to this.
5.5.2 Static Equivalent Loads
The static equivalent load is a hypothetical load that
produces a contact stress equal to the above
maximum stress under actual conditions, while the
bearing is stationary (including very slow rotation or
oscillation), in the area of contact between the most
heavily stressed rolling element and bearing raceway.
The static radial load passing through the bearing
center is taken as the static equivalent load for radial
bearings, while the static axial load in the direction
coinciding with the central axis is taken as the static
equivalent load for thrust bearings.
(a) Static equivalent load on radial bearings
The greater of the two values calculated from the
following equations should be adopted as the static
equivalent load on radial bearings.
Po = Xo Fr + Yo Fa ...................................(5.30)
Po = Fr ..................................................(5.31)

A 32

Po : Static equivalent load (N), {kgf}


Fr : Radial load (N), {kgf}
Fa : Axial load (N), {kgf}
Xo : Static radial load factor
Yo : Static axial load factor
(b)Static equivalent load on thrust bearings
Po = Xo Fr + Fa
=/ 90 .......................(5.32)

where

where

Po : Static equivalent load (N), {kgf}

: Contact angle

When Fa<Xo Fr , this equation becomes less accurate.


The values of X o and Y o for Equations (5.30) and
(5.32) are listed in the bearing tables.
The static equivalent load for thrust roller bearings
with
= 90 is Po = Fa

5.6 Maximum Permissible Axial Loads for


Cylindrical Roller Bearings
Cylindrical roller bearings having inner and outer rings
with ribs, loose ribs or thrust collars are capable of
sustaining radial loads and limited axial loads
simultaneously. The maximum permissible axial load is
limited by an abnormal temperature rise or heat
seizure due to sliding friction between the end faces of
the rollers and rib face.
The maximum permissible axial load for bearings of
diameter series 3 that are continuously loaded and
lubricated with grease or oil is shown in Fig. 5.13.

0.023 (kd) }...(N)


{ n900+ (kd)
1 500
900 (kd)
=f {
0.023 (kd) }.....{kgf}
n + 1 500

CA = 9.8f

2.5

f s = Co
Po

Loading Interval

Value of f

Diameter series

Value of k

Continuous
Intermittent
Short time only

1
2
3

2
3
4

0.75
1
1.2

.......(5.34)

Oil lubrication (Empirical equation)


490 (kd)2
CA = 9.8f {
0.000135 (kd)3.4}...(N)
n + 1 000
...(5.35)
490 (kd)2
=f {
0.000135 (kd)3.4}.....{kgf}
n + 1 000

where

k : Size Factor

In addition, for cylindrical roller bearings to have a


stable axial-load carrying capacity, the following
precautions are required for the bearings and their
surroundings:
When axial loads are applied, radial loads must
also be applied.

Grease lubrication (Empirical equation)

2.5

5.5.3 Permissible Static Load Factor


The permissible static equivalent load on bearings
varies depending on the basic static load rating and
also their application and operating conditions.
The permissible static load factor fs is a safety factor
that is applied to the basic static load rating, and it is
defined by the ratio in Equation (5.33). The generally
recommended values of f s are listed in Table 5.8.
Conforming to the modification of the static load
rating, the values of f s were revised, especially for
bearings for which the values of Co were increased,
please keep this in mind when selecting bearings.

f : Load Factor

Sufficient lubricant must exist between the


roller end faces and ribs.

Superior extreme-pressure grease must be used.

Sufficient running-in should be done.

The mounting accuracy must be good.

The radial clearance should not be more than


necessary.
In cases where the bearing speed is extremely slow, the
speed exceeds the limiting speed by more than 50%, or
the bore diameter is more than 200mm, careful study
is necessary for each case regarding lubrication,
cooling, etc. In such a case, please consult with NSK.

CA : Permissible axial load (N), {kgf}


d : Bearing bore diameter (mm)
n : Speed (rpm)

...............................................(5.33)
kgf

Co : Basic static load rating (N), {kgf}


Po : Static equivalent load (N), {kgf}
For spherical thrust roller bearings, the values of fs
should be greater than 4.

where

CA

Table 5. 8 Values of Permissible Static Load Factor

fs

Lower Limit of

fs

Operating Conditions

Ball Bearings Roller Bearings


Low-noise applications

2.0

3.0

Bearings subjected to vibration and


shock loads

1.5

2.0

Standard operating conditions

1.0

1.5

kgf

5,000
4,000

50,000
40,000

3,000

30,000

d=1
2
100 0

2,000

20,000

5,000
4,000

50,000
40,000

3,000

30,000

80

2,000

20,000

80

60
50

1,000
800

10,000
8,000

60
50

6,000
5,000
4,000

40

1,000
800

10,000
8,000

600
500
400
300

6,000
5,000
4,000
3,000

600
500
400
300

200

2,000

200

2,000

100
80

1,000
800

100
80

1,000
800

60
50

600
500

60
50

600
500

CA

40

200 300 400 600

Grease Lubrication

1,000

2,000

4,000 6,000 10,000

n rpm

d=1
2
100 0

3,000

200 300 400 600

1,000

2,000

4,000 6,000 10,000

Oil Lubrication

n rpm

Fig. 5.13 Permissible Axial Load for Cylindrical Roller Bearings


For Diameter Series 3 bearings (k=1.0) operating under a continuous load and lubricated with grease or oil.

A 33

SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE

5.7 Examples of Bearing Calculations


(Example1)
Obtain the fatigue life factor f h of single-row deep
groove ball bearing 6208 when it is used under a
radial load F r =2 500 N, {255kgf} and speed
n =900rpm.
The basic load rating C r of 6208 is 29 100N, {2
970kgf} (Bearing Table, Page B10). Since only a radial
load is applied, the equivalent load P may be obtained
as follows:
P = Fr = 2 500N, {255kgf}
Since the speed is n = 900rpm, the speed factor fn can
be obtained from the equation in Table 5.2 (Page A25)
or Fig. 5.3(Page A26).
fn = 0.333
The fatigue life factor fh, under these conditions, can
be calculated as follows:

fh = fn C r = 0.333 29 100 = 3.88

2 500
P
This value is suitable for industrial applications, air
conditioners being regularly used, etc., and according
to the equation in Table 5.2 or Fig. 5.4 (Page A26), it
corresponds approximately to 29 000 hours of service
life.
(Example 2)
Select a single-row deep groove ball bearing with a
bore diameter of 50 mm and outside diameter under
100 mm that satisfies the following conditions:
Radial load Fr = 3 000N, {306kgf}
Speed n =1 900rpm
Basic rating life Lh10 000h
The fatigue life factor fh of ball bearings with a rating
fatigue life longer than 10 000 hours is fh2.72.
Because fn = 0.26, P = Fr = 3 000N. {306kgf}

fh = fn C r = 0.26
P

Cr
2.72
3 000

3 000
= 31 380N, {3 200kgf}
0.26
Among the data listed in the bearing table on Page
B12, 6210 should be selected as one that satisfies the
above conditions.
therefore, C r2.72

A 34

(Example3)
Obtain C r / P or fatigue life factor fh when an axial
load Fa=1 000N, {102kgf} is added to the conditions
of (Example 1)
When the radial load Fr and axial load Fa are applied
on single-row deep groove ball bearing 6208, the
dynamic equivalent load P should be calculated in
accordance with the following procedure.
Obtain the radial load factor X, axial load factor Y and
constant e obtainable, depending on the magnitude of
fo Fa /C or, from the table above the single-row deep
groove ball bearing table.
The basic static load rating C or of ball bearing 6208 is
17 900 N, {1 820kgf} (Page B10)

fo Fa /C or = 14.0 1 000/17 900 = 0.782


eH0.26
and Fa / Fr = 1 000/2 500 = 0.4>e
X = 0.56
Y = 1.67 (the value of Y is obtained by linear
interpolation)
Therefore, the dynamic equivalent load P is
P = XFr + YFa
= 0.56 2 500 + 1.67 1 000
= 3 070N, {313kgf}
C r 29 100
=
= 9.48
3 070
P
fh = fn C r = 0.333 29 100 = 3.16
3 070
P

This value of fh corresponds approximately to 15 800


hours for ball bearings.

The dynamic equivalent load P of spherical roller


bearings is given by:
when Fa / Fre

Axial load Fa = 8 000N, {816kgf}


Speed n = 500rpm
Basic rating life Lh30 000h
The value of the fatigue life factor f h which makes
Lh30 000h is bigger than 3.45 from Fig. 5.4 (Page
A26).

40

Bearing II
HR30206J

10

P = XFr + YXa = Fr + Y3 Fa
when Fa / Fr>e

59.9

P = XFr + YFa = 0.67 Fr + Y2 Fa


Fa / Fr = 8 000/45 000 = 0.18
We can see in the bearing table that the value of e is
about 0.3 and that of Y3 is about 2.2 for bearings of
series 231:
Therefore, P = XFr + YFa = Fr + Y3 Fa
= 45 000 + 2.2 8 000
= 62 600N, {6 380kgf}
From the fatigue life factor fh, the basic load rating can
be obtained as follows:

fh = fn C r = 0.444
P

Cr
3.45
62 600

consequently, C r490 000N, {50 000kgf}


Among spherical roller bearings of series 231
satisfying this value of C r, the smallest is 23126CE4
(C r = 505 000N, {51 500kgf})
Once the bearing is determined, substitude the value of
Y3 in the equation and obtain the value of P.
P = Fr + Y3 Fa = 45 000 + 2.4 8 000
= 64 200N, {6 550kgf}
Lh = 500 ( fn

Cr
)
P

2000N,{204kgf}

= 500 (0.444

505 000
)
64 200

10
3

= 500 3.49 3 H32 000h


(Example 5)
Assume that tapered roller bearings HR30305DJ and
HR30206J are used in a back-to-back arrangement
as shown in Fig. 5.14, and the distance between the
cup back faces is 50mm.
Calculate the basic rating life of each bearing when
beside the radial load Fr = 5 500N, {561kgf},
axial load Fae =2 000N,{204kgf} are applied to
HR30305DJ as shown in Fig. 5.14. The speed is
600rpm.

23.9

83.8
5500N
{561kgf}

Fig. 5.14 Loads on Tapered Roller Bearings

To distribute the radial load Fr on bearings1and2, the


effective load centers must be located for tapered roller
bearings. Obtain the effective load center a for bearings
1and 2 from the bearing table, then obtain the relative
position of the radial load Fr and effective load centers.
The result will be as shown in Fig. 5.14. Consequently,
the radial load applied on bearings1(HR30305DJ) and
2 (HR30206J) can be obtained from the following
equations:
23.9
= 1 569N, {160kgf}
83.8
59.9
Fr2 = 5 500
= 3 931N, {401kgf}
83.8

Fr1= 5 500

From the data in the bearing table, the following values


are obtained;

10
3

10

(Example 4)
Select a spherical roller bearing of series 231
satisfying the following conditions:
Radial load Fr = 45 000N, {4 950kgf}

50

Bearing I
HR30305DJ

Bearings

Basic dynamic
load rating

Axial load
factor

Constant

Cr

Y1

(N)

{kgf}

Bearing1(HR30305DJ)

38 000

{3 900}

Y1 = 0.73

0.83

Bearing2(HR30206J)

43 000

{4 400}

Y2 = 1.60

0.38

When radial loads are applied on tapered roller


bearings, an axial load component is produced, which
must be considered to obtain the dynamic equivalent
radial load (Refer to Paragraph 5.4.2, Page A31).

A 35

SELECTION OF BEARING SIZE

6. LIMITING SPEED

Therefore, with this bearing arrangement, the axial load


0.6
F is applied on bearing1 but not on
Fae +
Y2 r 2
bearing 2.
For bearing1
Fr1= 1 569N, {160kgf}
Fa1= 3 474N, {354kgf}
since Fa1 / Fr1= 2.2>e = 0.83
the dynamic equivalent load P1= XFr1+ Y1Fa1
= 0.4 1 569 + 0.73 3 474
= 3 164N, {323kgf}
C
The fatigue life factor f h = fn r
P1
0.42 38 000
=
= 5.04
3 164
10

and the rating fatigue life L h = 500 5.04 3 = 109


750h
For bearing 2
since Fr2 = 3 931N, {401kgf}, Fa2 = 0
the dynamic equivalent load
P2 = Fr2 = 3 931N, {401kgf}
the fatigue life factor

f h = fn C r = 0.42 43 000 = 4.59


P2
3 931
10
and the rating fatigue life Lh = 500 4.59 3 = 80 400h
are obtained.
Remarks For face-to-face arrangements (DF type),
please contact NSK.
(Example 6)
Select a bearing for a speed reducer under the
following conditions:
Operating conditions
Radial load Fr = 245 000 N, {25 000kgf}
Axial load
Fa = 49 000N, {5 000kgf}
n = 500rpm
Speed
Size limitation
Shaft diameter: 300mm
Bore of housing: Less than 500mm

A 36

Bearing No.

Basic dynamic
load rating

Cr
(N)

{kgf}

Constant Factor

Y3

300 420 90 23960 CAE4 1 230 000


460 118 23060 CAE4 1 920 000
460 160 24060 CAE4 2 310 000

125 000 0.19 3.5


196 000 0.24 2.8
235 000 0.32 2.1

500 160 23160 CAE4 2 670 000


500 200 24160 CAE4 3 100 000

273 000 0.31 2.2


315 000 0.38 1.8

since Fa / Fr = 0.20<e
the dynamic equivalent load P is
P = Fr + Y3 Fa
Judging from the fatigue life factor f h in Table 5.1 and
examples of applications (refer to Page A25), a value
of f h, between 3 and 5 seems appropriate.

f h = fn Cr = 0.444 Cr = 3~5
P
Fr + Y3 Fa
Assuming that Y3 = 2.1, then the necessary basic load
rating C r can be obtained
Cr = (Fr + Y3 Fa ) (3~5)
0.444
= (245 000 + 2.1 49 000) (3~5)
0.444
= 2 350 000~3 900 000N,
{240 000~400 000kgf}
The bearings which satisfy this range are 23160CAE4,
and 24160CAE4.

The speed of rolling bearings is subject to certain


limits. When bearings are operating, the higher the
speed, the higher the bearing temperature due to
friction. The limiting speed is the empirically obtained
value for the maximum speed at which bearings can be
continuously operated without failing from seizure or
generation of excessive heat. Consequently, the
limiting speed of bearings varies depending on such
factors as bearing type and size, cage form and
material, load, lubricating method, and heat dissipating
method including the design of the bearing's
surroundings.
The limiting speeds for bearings lubricated by grease
and oil are listed in the bearing tables. The limiting
speeds in the tables are applicable to bearings of
standard design and subjected to normal loads, i. e.
C/P12 and Fa /Fr 0.2 approximately. The limiting
speeds for oil lubrication listed in the bearing tables
are for conventional oil bath lubrication.
Some types of lubricants are not suitable for high
speed, even though they may be markedly superior in
other respects. When speeds are more than 70 percent
of the listed limiting speed, it is necessary to select an
oil or grease which has good high speed
characteristics.
(Refer to)
Table 12.2 Grease Properties (Pages A110 and 111)
Table 12.5 Example of Selection of Lubricant for Bearing
Operating Conditions (Page A113)
Table 15.8 Brands and Properties of Lubricating Grease
(Pages A138 to A141)

6.1 Correction of Limiting Speed


When the bearing load P exceeds 8% of the basic load
rating C, or when the axial load Fa exceeds 20% of the
radial load Fr, the limiting speed must be corrected by
multiplying the limiting speed found in the bearing
tables by the correction factor shown in Figs. 6.1 and
6.2.
When the required speed exceeds the limiting speed of
the desired bearing; then the accuracy grade, internal
clearance, cage type and material, lubrication, etc.,
must be carefully studied in order to select a bearing
capable of the required speed. In such a case, forcedcirculation oil lubrication, jet lubrication, oil mist
lubrication, or oil-air lubrication must be used.
If all these conditions are considered. The maximum
permissible speed may be corrected by multiplying the
limiting speed found in the bearing tables by the
correction factor shown in Table 6.1. It is
recommended that NSK be consulted regarding high
speed applications.

6.2 Limiting Speed for Rubber Contact Seals


for Ball Bearings
The maximum permissible speed for contact rubber
sealed bearings (DDU type) is determined mainly by
the sliding surface speed of the inner circumference of
the seal. Values for the limiting speed are listed in the
bearing tables.

1.0
0.9
Correction Factor

0.6
F = 0.6 1 569 = 1 290N, {132kgf}
Y1 r1 0.73

In this application, heavy loads, shocks, and shaft


deflection are expected; therefore, spherical roller
bearings are appropriate.
The following spherical roller bearings satisfy the
above size limitation (refer to Page B192)

0.8
0.7
0.6
4

7
8
9 10 11 12
C/P
Fig. 6.1 Limiting Speed Correction Factor Variation with
Load Ratio

Angular Contact Ball Brgs.

1.0
Deep Groove Ball Brgs

0.9
Correction Factor

Fae + 0.6 Fr2 = 2 000 + 0.6 3 931


Y2
1.6
= 3 474N, {354kgf}

0.8
Spherical Roller Brgs.
Tapered Roller Brgs.

0.7
0.6
0.5
0

0.5

1.0
1.5
2.0
Fa /F r
Fig. 6.2 Limiting Speed Correction Factor for Combined Radial
and Axial Loads

Table 6.1 Limiting Speed Correction Factor for


High-Speed Applications
Bearing Types

Cylindrical Roller Brgs.(single row)

Correction
Factor
2

Needle Roller Brgs.(except broad width)

Tapered Roller Brgs.

Spherical Roller Brgs.

1.5

Deep Grooove Ball Brgs.

2.5

Angular Contact Ball Brgs.(except matched bearings)

1.5

A 37

7. BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS


7.1 Boundary Dimensions and Dimensions of
Snap Ring Grooves

7.1.2 Dimensions of Snap Ring Grooves and


Locating Snap Rings
The dimensions of Snap ring grooves in the outer
surfaces of bearings are specified by ISO 464. Also,
the dimensions and accuracy of the locating snap rings
themselves are specified by ISO 464. The dimensions
of snap ring grooves and locating snap ring for
bearings of diameter series 8, 9, 0, 2, 3, and 4, are
shown in Table 7.4 (Pages A50 to A53).

7.1.1 Boundary Dimensions


The boundary dimensions of rolling bearings, which
are shown in Figs.7.1 through 7.5, are the dimensions
that define their external geometry. They include bore
diameter d, outside diameter D, width B, bearing
width(or height) T, chamfer dimension r , etc. It is
necessary to know all of these dimensions when
mounting a bearing on a shaft and in a housing. These
boundary dimensions have been internationally
standardized (ISO15) and adopted by JIS B 1512
(Boundary Dimensions of Rolling Bearings).
The boundary dimensions and dimension series of
radial bearings, tapered roller bearings, and thrust
bearings are listed in Table 7.1 to 7.3 (Pages A40 to
A49).
In these boundary dimension tables, for each bore
number, which prescribes the bore diameter, other
boundary dimensions are listed for each diameter
series and dimension series. A very large number of
series are possible; however, not all of them are
commercially available so more can be added in the
future. Across the top of each bearing table (7.1 to
7.3), representative bearing types and series symbols
are shown (refer to Table 7.5, Bearing Series Symbols,
Page A55).
The relative cross-sectional dimensions of radial
bearings (except tapered roller bearings) and thrust
bearings for the various series classifications are
shown in Figs. 7.6 and 7.7 respectively.

T
Diameter
Series

r1
Dimension series

r1

r1

70

r1

94

Fig. 7.2 Tapered Roller Bearings

10
11
12

r
r

jd
r

14

T
r

13

r
r

jd jD
r

jD
Fig. 7.3 Single-Direction Thrust Ball Bearings

22
23

jd

r1
jd 2
r1

24

T1

B
T2
r

Fig. 7.7 Comparison of Cross Sections of Thrust Bearings


(except Diameter Series 5) for Various
Dimension Series

4
3
2
10
9
8

jD

69
60

68

58
59
50

48
49
40
41
42

33

38
39
30
31
32

24

23

20
21
22
29
28

19 10
11
12
13
18

04

83

08 09
00
01
02
03

Fig. 7.4 Double-Direction Thrust Ball Bearings

82

Diameter
Series
Dimension
Series

91
92
93

74

r1
1

90

r1

72

B
r

T2

Height

4 Series

jd jD

Fig. 7.1 Boundary Dimensions of Radial Ball


and Roller Bearings

Width Series

71
73

01 2 3

jd
r
T
r
r
jD

Fig. 7.6 Comparison of Cross Sections of Radial Bearings (except Tapered Roller Bearings) for various Dimensional Series
Fig. 7.5 Spherical Thrust Roller Bearings

A 38

A 39

A 40

/950 950
/1000 1000
/1060 1060
/1120 1120
/1180 1180
/1250 1250
/1320 1320
/1400 1400
/1500 1500
/1600 1600
/1700 1700
/1800 1800
/1900 1900
/2000 2000

5
5

4.5
5
5

3.5
3.5
4.5

3
3
3.5

2
2.3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5
3

1.8

0.2

0.2

0.2
0.2

0.1
0.2
0.2

0.1
0.1
0.1

0.08
0.08
0.1

0.05
0.08
0.08

(min)
0.05
0.05
0.05

37 17~37

2300
2430

1950
2060
2180

1600
1700
1820

1360
1420
1500

1150
1220
1280

980
1030
1090

820
870
920

680
730
780

600
620
650

520
540
580

440
480
500

380
400
420

300
320
350

240
250
270

200
215
225

165
175
190

130
140
150

115
120
125

95
100
110

78
85
90

58
65
72

44
47
52

37
40
42

26
32
34

19
21
24

14
16
17

9
11
13

5
6
7

2.5
3
4

82
82
85

69
74
78

56
60
69

56
56
56

46
46
56

38
46
46

38
38
38

28
28
33

24
24
24

20
22
22

18
18
20

13
16
16

13
13
13

10
10
13

10
10
10

07
07
09

07
07
07

07
07
07

05
07
07

05
05
05

175
190

155
160
165

88 122
95 132
140

78 106
78 106
80 112

63 90
71 100
71 100

57
57
60

48
50
54

37
42
48

37
37
37

31
31
37

25
31
31

25
25
25

19
19
22

16
16
16

13
14
14

11
11
13

9
10
10

9
9
9

8
8
9

7
7
8

4
5
7

4
4
4

4
4
4

4
4

230
250

200
206
218

165
175
185

140
140
145

118
128
128

106
106
112

88
95
100

72
78
88

72
72
72

60
60
72

48
60
60

48
48
48

36
36
42

30
30
30

24
27
27

22
22
24

16
19
19

16
16
16

13
13
16

12
13
13

08
10
11

08
08

08

08

06
08

06
06
06

03.5 05
04
05
04
05

300
325

265
272
290

206
224
243

180
180
185

150
165
165

136
136
140

112
118
128

90
98
112

90
90
90

75
75
90

60
75
75

60
60
60

45
45
52

37
37
37

30
34
34

26
26
30

19
23
23

19
19
19

15
15
19

14
15
15

10
12
13

10
10
10

10
10
10

07
10
10

07
07
07

06
06
06

02.5 03.5 04
03
04
05
03.5 05
06

02.3
02.6
03

01.4
01.5
02

38

28

400
425

345
355
375

280
300
315

243
243
250

200
218
218

180
180
190

150
160
170

118
128
150

118
118
118

100
100
118

80
100
100

80
80
80

60
60
69

50
50
50

40
45
45

35
35
40

25
30
30

25
25
25

20
20
25

18
20
20

13
15
17

12
12

12

12

9
12

9
9
9

8
8

48

Dimension Series

01.5
01.8
02

01
01
01.2

18

375
400

325
325
335

272
300
300

243
243
258

200
218
230

160
175
200

160
160
160

136
136
160

109
136
136

109
109
109

80
80
95

67
67
67

54
60
60

46
46
54

34
40
40

34
34
34

27
27
34

24
27
27

18
20
23

16
16
16

16
16
16

16
16

58

Diameter Series 8

NA48

N28 NN38 NN48

08

68

500
545

438
438
450

355
400
400

325
325
345

272
290
308

218
236
272

218
218
218

180
180
218

145
180
180

145
145
145

109
109
125

90
90
90

71
80
80

63
63
71

45
54
54

45
45
45

36
36
45

32
36
36

23
27
30

22
22
22

22
22
22

22
22

68

6
6

5
5
6

5
5
5

4
4
5

3
4
4

2.1
3
3

2.1
2.1
2.1

2
2
2.1

1.5
2
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

1
1
1.1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3

9.5
9.5

7.5
7.5
9.5

6
7.5
7.5

6
6
6

5
6
6

5
5
5

4
4
5

3
3
4

3
3
3

2.1
2.1
3

2.1
2.1
2.1

2.1
2.1
2.1

2
2
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.1
1.1

1.1
1.1
1.1

1
1
1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
1

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.15
0.2
0.2

0.1
0.15
0.15

0.08
0.08
0.1

0.05
0.05
0.05

r (min)

Dimension
Series
08 18~68

2430

2060
2180
2300

1720
1820
1950

1460
1540
1630

1250
1320
1400

1060
1120
1180

900
950
1000

750
800
850

650
670
710

560
600
620

480
520
540

420
440
460

320
360
380

260
280
300

220
230
250

180
190
210

145
150
165

125
130
140

105
110
120

85
90
100

68
72
80

52
55
62

42
45
47

30
37
39

22
24
28

17
19
20

11
13
15

6
7
8

4
5

06
06
07

05
06
06

04
04
05

02.3
02.5
03

01.6
02

19

78
78
82

65
74
74

56
65
65

56
56
56

38
46
46

33
38
38

28
28
33

24
24
28

20
20
22

18
18
20

16
16
18

230

200
212
218

128 175
185
195

109 150
115 160
122 170

95 132
103 140
109 150

82 115
85 118
88 122

73 103
78 106
80 112

60 85
63 90
71 100

54
54
57

44
50
50

37
44
44

37
37
37

25
31
31

22
25
25

19
19
22

16
16
19

13
13
14

11
11
13

10
10
11

9 13
9 13
10 16

8 12
8 12
9 13

7 10
7 10
8 12

7 09
7 09
7 09

07
7 09
7 09

09

N19

69
79

239

07
09
09

05
06
07

03
03.5
04

02.3
02.6

39

308

265
280
290

230
243
258

195
206
218

175
185
195

150
155
165

136
140
145

112
118
128

100
100
106

82
95
95

72
82
82

72
72
72

48
60
60

42
48
48

36
36
42

30
30
36

24
24
27

22
22
24

19
19
22

16
16
19

14
14
16

13
13
14

11
11
11

400

345
355
375

300
315
335

250
272
280

224
236
250

195
200
206

170
180
185

140
150
165

128
128
136

106
118
118

90
106
106

90
90
90

60
75
75

52
60
60

45
45
52

37
37
45

30
30
34

26
26
30

23
23
26

19
19
23

16
16
19

15
15
16

13
13
13

8.5 10
11 13
11 13

8 10
8 10
8.5 10

29

530

462
475
500

400
425
450

335
355
375

300
315
335

258
272
280

230
243
250

190
200
218

170
170
180

140
160
160

118
140
140

118
118
118

80
100
100

69
80
80

60
60
69

50
50
60

40
40
45

35
35
40

30
30
35

25
25
30

22
22
25

20
20
22

17
17
17

13
17
17

13
13
13

10
11
11

10
10

49

Dimension Series

545

462
488
515

400
438
462

355
365
375

308
325
335

258
272
300

230
230
243

190
218
218

160
190
190

160
160
160

109
136
136

95
109
109

80
80
95

67
67
80

54
54
60

46
46
54

40
40
46

34
34
40

30
30
34

27
27
30

23
23
23

18
23
23

16
16
18

59

Diameter Series 9

710

615
650
690

545
580
615

462
488
500

412
438
450

345
355
400

308
308
325

250
290
290

218
250
250

218
218
218

145
180
180

125
145
145

109
109
125

90
90
109

71
71
80

63
63
71

54
54
63

45
45
54

40
40
45

36
36
40

30
30
30

23
30
30

22
22
23

69

NA49 NA59 NA69

N29 NN39 NN49

7.5
9.5
9.5

7.5
7.5
7.5

7.5
7.5
7.5

6
6
6

6
6
6

5
5
6

5
5
5

4
4
4

3
4
4

3
3
3

2.1
2.1
2.1

2
2.1
2.1

2
2
2

1.5
1.5
2

1.1
1.1
1.1

1.1
1.1
1.1

1
1
1.1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

7.5
9.5
9.5

7.5
7.5
7.5

7.5
7.5
7.5

6
6
6

6
6
6

5
5
6

5
5
5

4
4
4

3
4
4

3
3
3

2.1
2.1
2.1

2
2.1
2.1

2
2
2

1.5
1.5
2

1.1
1.1
1.1

1.1
1.1
1.1

1
1
1.1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.15
0.2
0.3

0.15
0.2 0.15
0.2 0.15

0.15
0.15
0.15

0.1
0.15

r (min)

12
12

9.5 9.5
9.5 9.5
12
12

7.5

7.5
7.5
7.5

6
6
7.5

6
6
6

5
5
6

5
5
5

4
4
4

3
4
4

2.1
3
3

2.1
2.1
2.1

1.5
2
2

1.1
1.5
1.5

1
1
1.1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3

09 19~39 49~69

Dimension Series

82
85
92

71
71
80

63
67
71

57
57
63

50
50
57

37
44
44

31
34
37

25
28
31

22
22
24

18
19
19

16
16
16

13
14
14

11
11
13

10
10
11

9
9
9

8
8
9

8
8
8

7
8

00

2240
2360
2500

1850
1950
2120

1580 145
1660 155
1750

1360 132
1420 136
1500 140

1150 112
1220 118
1280 122

980 100
1030 103
1090 109

820
870
920

700
720
780

620
650
680

540
560
600

460
480
520

360
400
420

290
310
340

240
260
280

200
210
225

160
170
180

140
145
150

115
125
130

95
100
110

75
80
90

58
62
68

47
52
55

35
42
44

26
28
32

19
22
24

12
14
17

7
8
9

160

280
290
308

230
243
272

200
212
218

180
185
195

155
165
170

136
140
150

115
118
128

100
100
112

90
94
100

82
82
90

74
74
82

56
65
65

46
51
56

38
42
46

33
33
35

26
28
28

24
24
24

20
22
22

18
18
20

16
16
18

13
14
15

12
12
13

10
12
12

08
08
09

06
07
07

04
05
06

02.8
02.8
03

02.5

10

N10

60
70

240

365
375
400

300
315
355

265
272
290

236
243
250

200
212
218

180
185
195

150
155
170

128
128
145

118
122
128

106
106
118

95
95
106

72
82
82

60
66
72

48
54
60

42
42
45

33
36
36

30
30
30

24
27
27

22
22
24

19
19
22

16
17
18

14
15
16

12
14
14

10
10
11

8
9
10

20

475
500
530

400
412
462

345
355
375

300
308
325

258
272
280

230
236
250

195
200
212

165
167
185

150
157
163

134
135
148

118
121
133

92
104
106

75
82
90

60
67
74

52
53
56

41
45
46

37
37
37

30
34
34

26
26
30

23
23
26

20
20
21

16
18
19

14
16
16

12
12
13

10
11
12

06
07
09

03.5
04
05

03

30

630
650
690

530
545
615

462
475
500

412
412
438

345
365
375

308
315
335

258
272
290

218
218
250

200
212
218

180
180
200

160
160
180

118
140
140

100
109
118

80
90
100

69
69
75

56
60
60

50
50
50

40
45
45

35
35
40

30
30
35

26
27
28

22
24
25

18
22
22

16
16
17

14
15

40

Dimension Series

615
650

560
560
600

475
500
515

425
438
462

355
365
388

300
300
335

272
280
300

243
243
272

218
218
243

160
190
190

136
150
160

109
122
136

95
95
100

75
80
80

67
67
67

54
60
60

46
46
54

40
40
46

35
36
38

30
32
34

24
30
30

21
21
23

19
20

50

Diameter Series 0

230

N20 NN30 NN40

825
875

730
750
800

630
670
690

560
580
615

462
488
515

400
400
450

355
375
400

325
325
355

290
290
325

218
250
250

180
200
218

145
160
180

125
125
136

100
109
109

90
90
90

71
80
80

63
63
71

54
54
63

47
48
50

40
43
45

32
40
40

29
29
30

25
27

60

9.5
9.5

7.5
7.5
9.5

7.5
7.5
7.5

6
6
7.5

6
6
6

5
5
6

5
5
5

4
4
5

4
4
4

2.1
3
3

2
2
2.1

1.5
1.5
2

1.1
1.1
1.1

1
1
1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3

12
15
15

12
12
12

09.5
09.5
09.5

07.5
07.5
09.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

06
06
07.5

06
06
06

05
06
06

05
05
05

04
04
05

03
04
04

02.1
02.1
03

02.1
02.1
02.1

02
02
02.1

02
02
02

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.1
1.1

1.1
1.1
1.1

1
1
1.1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
1

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.2
0.2
0.3

0.15
0.15
0.15

0.15

r (min)

Dimension
Series
00 10~60

Units: mm

Remarks The chamfer dimensions listed in this table do not necessarily apply to the following chamfers: (a) Chamfers of the grooves in outer rings that have snap ring grooves.
(b) For thin section cylindrical roller bearings, the chamfers on side without rib and bearing bore (in case of an inner ring) or outer surface (in case of an outer ring).
(c) For angular contact ball bearings, the chamfers between the front face and bore (in case of an inner ring) or outer surface (in case of an outer ring).
(d) Chamfers on inner rings of bearings with tapered bores.

800
850
900

/800
/850
/900

670
710
750

/670
/710
/750

560
600
630

/560
/600
/630

480
500
530

96
/500
/530

420
440
460

84
88
92

360
380
400

72
76
80

300
320
340

60
64
68

240
260
280

48
52
56

190
200
220

38
40
44

160
170
180

32
34
36

130
140
150

26
28
30

105
110
120

21
22
24

90
95
100

18
19
20

75
80
85

15
16
17

60
65
70

12
13
14

45
50
55

09
10
11

32
35
40

/32
07
08

4
4

25
28
30

05
/28
06

23
27

3
4
4

17
20
22

03
04
/22

15
18
21

2.5
2.5
3

10
12
15

00
01
02

11
12
14

2
2
2.5

7
8
9

7
8
9

7
8
10

1.2
1.5
2

4
5
6

4
5
6

4
5
6

0.8
1
1

2
2.5
3

2
2.5
3

27

Dimension Series
17

0.6
1
1.5

Diameter Series 7

32

37

Single-Row
Ball Brgs.
Double-Row Ball
Brgs.
Cylindrical Roller
Brgs.
Needle Roller
Brgs.
Spherical Roller
Brgs.

Bore Number

Table 7. 1 Boundary Dimensions of Radial Bearings (except Tapered Roller Bearings) 1

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS

A 41

A 42
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
15
17
20
22
25
28
30
32
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100

105
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
220
240
260
280
300
320
340
360
380
400
420
440
460
480
500
530
560
600
630
670
710
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1060
1120
1180
1250
1320
1400
1500

7
8
9
00
01
02
03
04
/22
05
/28
06
/32
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

21
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
76
80
84
88
92
96
/500
/530
/560
/600
/630
/670
/710
/750
/800
/850
/900
/950
/1000
/1060
/1120
/1180
/1250
/1320
/1400
/1500

21

2060
2180
2300

1750
1850
1950

1500
1580
1660

1280
1360
1420

1090
1150
1220

920
980
1030

790
830
870

700
720
760

600
620
650

500
540
580

400
440
460

320
340
370

270
280
300

210
225
250

175
180
200

243
258
265
280
290
308
325
345
355

212
224
230

185
195
206

160
170
175

136
145
150

122
122
132

106
106
112

90
100
106

74
82
82

60
65
69

51
51
56

38
40
46

33
33
38

175
185
190

155
165
165

136
140
150

115
122
128

100
106
109

88
88
95

78
78
80

63
71
78

50
57
57

42
44
48

34
34
37

25
27
31

22
22
25

30

150
160
165

11

01

425
450
462

365
388
400

315
335
345

272
290
300

243
250
272

206
218
230

180
190
195

165
165
175

140
140
145

118
128
140

95
106
106

78
82
88

66
66
72

48
50
60

42
42
48

33
39
39

30
30
31

24
27
27

22
22
24

19
21
22

16
17
18

13
15
16

12
12
12

9
10
10

21

560
580
600

475
500
530

438
462
475

375
400
412

336
345
365

280
300
315

248
264
272

224
226
240

192
194
200

160
176
190

128
144
146

104
112
120

86
88
96

64
68
80

56
56
62

45
52
52

37
37
41

30
34
34

26
26
30

23
25
26

19
20
21

15
18
19

14
14
14

11
12
12

7
10

31

Dimension Series

Diameter Series 1

231

NN 31

750
775
800

630
670
710

545
580
600

475
500
515

412
438
475

355
375
400

308
325
335

280
280
300

243
243
250

200
218
243

160
180
180

128
140
150

109
109
118

80
85
100

69
69
80

60
65
65

50
50
56

40
45
45

35
35
40

30
33
35

25
27
28

20
24
25

18
18
18

14
15
16

41

241

12
12
12

09.5
12
12

07.5
09.5
09.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

06
07.5
07.5

06
06
06

05
05
06

05
05
05

04
04
04

03
03
03

02
02
02.1

01.5
01.5
02

01.1
01.1
01.5

1.1

15
19
19

15
15
15

12
12
15

09.5
12
12

07.5
09.5
09.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

06
06
07.5

05
05
06

05
05
05

04
04
05

03
03
04

02.1
02.1
03

02
02.1
02.1

02
02
02

2
2
2

r (min)

Dimension
Series
01 11~41

1660
1750

1420
1500
1580

1220
1280
1360

1030
1090
1150

870
920
980

760
790
830

650
680
720

540
580
620

440
480
500

340
360
400

290
310
320

230
250
270

190
200
215

160
170
180

130
140
150

110
120
125

85
90
100

65
72
80

52
58
62

40
47
50

30
32
35

22
24
26

13
16
19

10

48
52
52
55
58
65
72
80
80
85
92
92
95
95
103
109
112
118
125
136
145
150
155
165
175
180
195
200
206
218
230
243

40
42
45

36
38
40

30
32
34

25
26
28

22
23
24

19
20
21

17
17
18

15
16
16

12
14
14

9
10
11

7
8
8

5
5
6

02

27
28

22
24
25

18
19
21

16
18
18

13
13
14

11
12
13

10
10
10

08
09
09

07
07
08

05
05
06

03
03.5
04

02.5

82

N2

62
72
12

315
330

272
280
300

243
250
265

206
212
230

170
185
200

150
155
165

122
132
140

98
105
118

85
90
90

65
70
78

58
62
62

46
50
54

412
425

355
375
388

315
325
345

272
280
300

224
243
258

195
200
212

170
175
185

140
150
165

120
130
130

92
98
108

80
86
86

64
68
73

50
53
58

42

31
33
36

28
31
31

23
23
25

21
23
23

18
19
20

16
18
18

14
14
14

40
43
46

22

12

52.4
55.6
60.3

41.3
44.4
49.2

36.5
38.1
39.7

30.2
30.2
33.3

25
27
30.2

20.6
23
23.8

17.5
20.6
20.6

14.3
15.9
15.9

11
12
13

07
08
10

05

32

530
560

488
515
515

438
450
475

365
388
412

310
336
355

272
280
296

232
240
256

192
208
224

160
174
176

120
128
144

104
110
112

080
088
096

065.1
069.8
076

Dimension Series

Diameter Series 2

232

52
53
N 32

42
22
N 22

222

632

622

710
750

615
650
670

545
560
615

475
488
515

388
412
450

335
345
365

290
300
315

243
258
280

200
218
218

150
160
180

128
140
140

100
109
118

85
90
95

69
75
80

56
60
65

50
56
56

40
40
45

33
37
40

27
30
32

22
27
27

20

42

1.5
1.5

1.1
1.1
1.5

1
1
1.1

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.15
0.15
0.2

0.1

15
15

15
15
15

12
12
15

09.5
09.5
12

07.5
07.5
09.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

06
06
06

05
05
06

04
05
05

04
04
04

03
04
04

03
03
03

02.1
02.1
02.1

2
2.1
2.1

1.5
2
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.1
1.5

1
1.1
1.1

1
1
1

0.6
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.2
0.3
0.3

0.15

r (min)

Dimension
Series
82 02~42

1850
1950

1600
1700
1780

1360
1420
1500

1150
1220
1280

980
1030
1090

850
900
950

750
780
820

620
670
710

500
540
580

400
420
460

340
360
380

280
300
320

225
240
260

190
200
215

160
170
180

130
140
150

100
110
120

75
80
90

62
68
72

47
52
56

35
37
42

26
28
30

16
19
22

13

9
9
9

48
50

37
42
44

30
33
36

27
28
30

22
24
25

17
19
21

14
14
16

12
13
13

10
10
11

83

5
6
7

290
300

258
272
280

218
224
236

190
200
206

160
170
180

136
145
155

125
128
136

109
112
118

95
102
108

78
80
88

68
72
75

58
62
65

49
50
55

43
45
47

37
39
41

31
33
35

25
27
29

20
21
23

17
18
19

14
15
16

11
12
13

9
9
10

03

400
412

355
375
388

300
308
325

258
272
280

218
230
243

190
200
212

170
175
185

140
155
165

114
123
132

92
97
106

79
84
88

66
70
75

53
57
62

51

13

515
545

462
488
500

400
412
438

335
355
375

290
300
325

250
265
280

224
230
243

185
200
212

155
165
175

132
138
145

114
120
126

93
102
108

77
80
86

64
67
73

55
58
60

46
48
51

36
40
43

28
31
33

24
24
27

19
21
21

17
17
17

13
13
14

11

23

73
77.8
82.6

68.3
68.3
73

54
58.7
63.5

39.7
44.4
49.2

32
34.9
36.5

25.4
30
30.2

22.2
22.2
25

19
19
19

15
15
16

09
10
13

07

33

53
33
N 33

633

670
710

600
630
650

515
530
560

438
462
488

375
388
412

315
345
365

290
300
308

236
258
272

195
206
224

155
165
180

136
140
150

112
118
128

087.3
092.1
106

Diameter Series 3

223

43
23
N 23

623

Dimension Series

213

N3

63
73
13

3
4

2.1
3
3

2
2
2.1

1.5
1.5
2

1.1
1.1
1.5

1
1
1.1

0.6
0.6
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

19
19

15
19
19

15
15
15

12
15
15

09.5
12
12

09.5
09.5
09.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

07.5
07.5
07.5

05
06
06

05
05
05

04
04
04

04
04
04

03
03
03

3
3
3

2.1
2.1
3

2.1
2.1
2.1

1.5
2
2

1.1
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.1
1.1

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
1
1

0.3
0.3
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.2

r (min)

Dimension
Series
83 03~33

1500

1280
1360
1420

1120
1150
1220

980
1030
1060

850
900
950

710
750
800

580
620
670

460
480
540

400
420
440

340
360
380

260
280
310

225
240
250

190
200
210

150
160
180

120
130
140

100
110

80

90

62
72

37
42
52

30
32

Units: mm

290

258
272
280

230
236
250

206
212
218

180
190
200

150
155
165

122
132
140

98
102
115

88
92
95

78
82
85

60
65
72

54
55
58

45
48
52

35
37
42

29
31
33

25
27

21

23

17
19

12
13
15

10
11

475

412
438
450

365
375
400

325
335
345

280
300
315

236
250
265

190
206
224

155
160
180

142
145
150

128
132
138

100
108
118

90
95
98

77
80
86

60
64
74

50
53
57

43
46

36

40

29
33

16
19
24

14
15

Dimension
Series
04
24

15

15
15
15

15
15
15

12
12
12

09.5
09.5
12

07.5
09.5
09.5

06
07.5
07.5

06
06
06

05
05
06

05
05
05

04
04
05

4
4
4

3
3
4

2.1
2.1
3

2
2.1
2.1

1.5
2

1.5

1.5

1.1
1.1

0.6
1
1.1

0.6
0.6

r (min)

04~24

Dimension
Series

Diameter Series 4

N4

64
74
104

Remarks The chamfer dimensions listed in this table do not necessarily apply to the following chamfers: (a) Chamfers of the grooves in outer rings that have snap ring grooves.
(b) For thin section cylindrical roller bearings, the chamfers on side without rib and bearing bore (in case of an inner ring) or outer surface (in case of an outer ring).
(c) For angular contact ball bearings, the chamfers between the front face and bore (in case of an inner ring) or outer surface (in case of an outer ring).
(d) Chamfers on inner rings of bearings with tapered bores.

3
4
5
6

2
2.5
3

0.6
1
1.5

Single-Row
Ball Brgs.
Double-Row
Ball Brgs.
Cylindrical
Roller Brgs.
Needle Roller
Brgs.
Spherical Roller
Brgs.

Bore Number

Table 7. 1 Boundary Dimensions of Radial Bearings (except Tapered Roller Bearings) 2

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS

A 43

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS


Table 7. 2 Boundary Dimensions of

Tapered Roller Bearings


Units: mm

329

320 X

Bore Number

Diameter Series 9

331

Diameter Series 0
Chamfer
Dimension

Dimension Series 29
1

330

20

30

(min)

Dimension Series

Chamfer
Dimension

Cone Cup

31

Cone Cup

11.6

12
12

9
9

12
12

0.3
0.3

11.6

12
12
12

9
9
9

12
12
12

00
01
02

10
12
15

03
04
/22

17
20
22

37
40

11

05
/28
06

25
28
30

42
45
47

11

/32
07
08

32
35
40

52
55
62

13
14

14
15

15
14
15

10
11.5
12

09
10
11

45
50
55

68
72
80

14
14
16

15
15
17

15
15
17

12
13
14

60
65
70

85
90
100

16
16
19

17
17
20

15
16
17

75
80
85

105
110
120

19
19
22

18
19
20

90
95
100

125
130
140

22
22
24

21
22
24

105
110
120

145
150
165

26
28
30

130
140
150

32
34
36

D
B

13
14

11
12

13
14

0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3

303 or 303D

313

02

22

(min)

Tapered
Roller
Brgs.

323

Diameter Series 3

Dimension Series Dimension Series Dimension Series


32

Chamfer
Dimension

Dimension Series

Cone Cup

03

D
B

(min)

332

Diameter Series 2

Chamfer
Dimension

D
B

322

Diameter Series 1

Dimension Series Dimension Series

Cone Cup

302

Dimension Series Dimension Series


13

Chamfer
Dimension

Cone Cup

23

Bore Number

Tapered
Roller
Brgs.

D
B

30
32
35

9
10
11

9
10

9.70
10.75
11.75

14
14
14

014.7
014.75
014.75

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

C C

35
37
42

11
12
13

(min)

(1)

11

011.9
012.9
014.25

17
17
17

14

0.6
1
018.25 1

0.6
1
1

10
12
15

00
01
02

11
12

0.3
0.3

35
42
44

13
15
15

12
11.5

13
15
15

15
17

15
17

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.6
0.6

40
47
50

12
14
14

11
12
12

13.25
15.25
15.25

16
18
18

14 017.25
15 019.25
15 019.25

1
1
1

1
1
1

47
52
56

14
15
16

12
13
14

015.25
016.25
017.25

19
21
21

16
18
18

020.25 1
022.25 1.5
022.25 1.5

1
1.5
1.5

17
20
22

03
04
/22

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.3
0.3
0.3

47
52
55

15
16
17

11.5
12
13

15
16
17

17

14

17

20

16

20

0.6
1
1

0.6
1
1

52
58
62

15
16
16

13
14
14

16.25
17.25
17.25

18
19
20

15 019.25
16 020.25
17 021.25

22
24
25

18
19
19.5

22
24
25

1
1
1

1
1
1

62
68
72

17
18
19

15
15
16

13 018.25
14 019.75
14 020.75

24
24
27

20
20
23

025.25 1.5
025.75 1.5
028.75 1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

25
28
30

05
/28
06

14
14
15

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.6

58
62
68

17
18
19

13
14
14.5

17
18
19

21
22

17
18

21
22

1
1
1

1
1
1

75

26

20.5

26

1.5

1.5

65
72
80

17
17
18

15
15
16

18.25
18.25
19.75

21
23
23

18 022.25
19 024.25
19 024.75

26
28
32

20.5
22
25

26
28
32

1
1.5
1.5

1
1.5
1.5

75
80
90

20
21
23

17
18
20

15 021.75
15 022.75
17 025.25

28
31
33

24
25
27

029.75 1.5
032.75 2
035.25 2

1.5
1.5
1.5

32
35
40

/32
07
08

12
12
14

15
15
17

0.6
0.6
1

0.6
0.6
1

75
80
90

20
20
23

15.5
15.5
17.5

20
20
23

24
24
27

19
19
21

24
24
27

1
1
1.5

1
1
1.5

80
85
95

26
26
30

20.5
20
23

26
26
30

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

85
90
100

19
20
21

16
17
18

20.75
21.75
22.75

23
23
25

19 024.75
19 024.75
21 026.75

32
32
35

25
24.5
27

32
32
35

1.5
1.5
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

100
110
120

25
27
29

22
23
25

18 027.25
19 029.25
21 031.5

36
40
43

30
33
35

038.25 2
042.25 2.5
045.5 2.5

1.5
2
2

45
50
55

09
10
11

17
17
20

14
14
16

17
17
20

1
1
1

1
1
1

95
100
110

23
23
25

17.5
17.5
19

23
23
25

27
27
31

21
21
25.5

27
27
31

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

100
110
120

30
34
37

23
26.5
29

30
34
37

1.5
1.5
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

110
120
125

22
23
24

19
20
21

23.75
24.75
26.25

28
31
31

24 029.75
27 032.75
27 033.25

38
41
41

29
32
32

38
41
41

2
2
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

130
140
150

31
33
35

26
28
30

22 033.5
23 036
25 038

46
48
51

37
39
42

048.5
051
054

3
3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5

60
65
70

12
13
14

20
20
23

20
20
23

16
16
18

20
20
23

1
1
1.5

1
1
1.5

115
125
130

25
29
29

19
22
22

25
29
29

31
36
36

25.5
29.5
29.5

31
36
36

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

125
130
140

37
37
41

29
29
32

37
37
41

2
2
2.5

1.5
1.5
2

130
140
150

25
26
28

22
22
24

27.25
28.25
30.50

31
33
36

27 033.25
28 035.25
30 038.5

41
46
49

31
35
37

41
46
49

2
2.5
2.5

1.5
2
2

160
170
180

37
39
41

31
33
34

26 040
27 042.5
28 044.5

55
58
60

45
48
49

058
061.5
063.5

3
3
4

2.5
2.5
3

75
80
85

15
16
17

23
23
25

23
23
25

18
18
20

23
23
25

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

140
145
150

32
32
32

24
24
24

32
32
32

39
39
39

32.5
32.5
32.5

39
39
39

2
2
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

150
160
165

45
49
52

35
38
40

45
49
52

2.5
2.5
2.5

2
2
2

160
170
180

30
32
34

26
27
29

32.50
34.50
37.00

40
43
46

34 042.5
37 045.5
39 049

55
58
63

42
44
48

55
58
63

2.5
3
3

2
2.5
2.5

190
200
215

43
45
47

36
38
39

30 046.5
32 049.5
051.5

51

35

56.5

64
67
73

53
55
60

067.5
071.5
077.5

4
4
4

3
3
3

90
95
100

18
19
20

24
24
27

25
25
29

25
25
29

20
20
23

25
25
29

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

160
170
180

35
38
38

26
29
29

35
38
38

43
47
48

34
37
38

43
47
48

2.5
2.5
2.5

2
2
2

175
180
200

56
56
62

44
43
48

56
56
62

2.5
2.5
2.5

2
2
2

190
200
215

36
38
40

30
32
34

39.00
41.00
43.50

50
53
58

43 053
46 056
50 061.5

68

52

68

3
3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5

225
240
260

49
50
55

41
42
46

053.5
054.5
059.5

53
57
62

36
38
42

58.0
63.0
68.0

77
80
86

63
65
69

081.5
084.5
090.5

4
4
4

3
3
3

105
110
120

21
22
24

180
190
210

30
30
36

32
32
38

32
32
38

25
25
30

32
32
38

2
2
2.5

1.5
1.5
2

200
210
225

45
45
48

34
34
36

45
45
48

55
56
59

43
44
46

55
56
59

2.5
2.5
3

2
2
2.5

230
250
270

40
42
45

34
36
38

43.75
45.75
49.00

64
68
73

54 067.75
58 071.75
60 077

4
4
4

3
3
3

280
300
320

58
62
65

49
53
55

063.75
067.75
072

66
70
75

44
47
50

72.0 93
77.0 102
82.0 108

78
85
90

098.75 5
107.75 5
114
5

4
4
4

130
140
150

26
28
30

160
170
180

220
230
250

36
36
42

38
38
45

38
38
45

30
30
34

38
38
45

2.5
2.5
2.5

2
2
2

240
260
280

51
57
64

38
43
48

51
57
64

3
3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5

290
310
320

48
52
52

40
43
43

52.00
57.00
57.00

80
86
86

67 084
71 091
71 091

4
5
5

3
4
4

340
360
380

68
72
75

58
62
64

075
080
083

79
84
88

87.0 114
92.0 120
97.0 126

95 121
100 127
106 134

5
5
5

4
4
4

160
170
180

32
34
36

38
40
44

190
200
220

260
280
300

42
48
48

45
51
51

45
51
51

34
39
39

45
51
51

2.5
3
3

2
2.5
2.5

290
310
340

64
70
76

48
53
57

64
70
76

3
3
4

2.5
2.5
3

340
360
400

55
58
65

46
48
54

60.00
64.00
72.00

92
98
108

75 097
82 104
90 114

5
5
5

4
4
4

400
420
460

78
80
88

65
67
73

086
089
097

92
97
106

101.0 132
107.0 138
117.0 145

109 140
115 146
122 154

6
6
6

5
5
5

190
200
220

38
40
44

48
52
56

240
260
280

320
360
380

48

51

51
63.5
63.5

39
48
48

51
63.5
63.5

3
3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5

360
400
420

76
87
87

57
65
65

76
87
87

4
5
5

3
4
4

440
480
500

72
80
80

60
67
67

79.00
89.00
89.00

120
130
130

100 127
106 137
106 137

5
6
6

4
5
5

500
540
580

95
102
108

80
85
90

105
113
119

114
123
132

125.0 155
135.0 165
145.0 175

132 165
136 176
145 187

6
6
6

5
6
6

240
260
280

48
52
56

60
64
68
72

300
320
340
360

420
440
460
480

76
76
76
76

57
57
57
57

76
76
76
76

4
4
4
4

3
3
3
3

460
480

100
100

74
74

100
100

5
5

4
4

540
580

85
92

71
75

96.00 140
104.00 150

115 149
125 159

6
6

5
5

300
320
340
360

60
64
68
72

11

11.6

Remarks 1. Other series not conforming to this table are also specified by ISO.
Remarks 2. In the Dimension Series of Diameter Series 9, Classification1is those specified by the old standard, Classification2
is those specified by the ISO.
Remarks 2. Dimension Series not classified conform to dimensions (D, B, C, T) specified by ISO.
Remarks 3. The chamfer dimensions listed are the minimum permissible dimensions specified by ISO. They do not apply to
chamfers on the front face.

A 44

017.9
017.9

(min)

28
32

Note (1) Regarding steep-slope bearing 303D, in DIN, the one corresponding to 303D of JIS is numbered 313. For bearings with
bore diameters larger than 100 mm, those of dimension series 13 are numbered 313.

A 45

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS

Table 7. 3 Boundary Dimensions of

Thrust Bearings (Flat Seats) 1


Units: mm

511

512

Bore Number

Spherical Thrust
Roller Brgs.

522

513

292
Diameter Series 0

Diameter Series 1

Dimension Series

Dimension Series

70

90

10

71

r (min)

91

72

92

12

22

73

Central Washer

Diameter Series 4

r (min) r1 (min)

93

13

23

74

23
Central Washer

r (min) r1 (min)

94

14

Dimension
Series

24

24

95

Central Washer

r (min) r1 (min)

d2

0.3
0.3
0.3

20
24
26

7
8
8

11
12
12

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3

30
32
37

9
9
10

r (min) d

Diameter Series 5

Dimension Series

Dimension Series

22

Thrust Ball
Brgs.
Spherical Thrust
Roller Brgs.

524

294
Diameter Series 3

Dimension Series

r (min)

514

293
Diameter Series 2

11

523

Bore Number

Thrust Ball Brgs.

d2

d2

0.6
0.6
0.6

4
6
8

4
6
8

14
14
15

0.6
0.6
0.6

10
12
15

00
01
02

0.6
1
1

0.3

60

16

21

24

45

15

11

0.6

52
60
73

21
24
29

1
1
1.1

17
20
25

03
04
05

4
6
8

4
6
8

12
16
18

4
5
5

6
7
7

0.3
0.3
0.3

16
20
22

6
6
6

8
9
9

00
01
02

10
12
15

20
22
26

5
5
5

7
7
7

0.3
0.3
0.3

24
26
28

6
6
6

9
9
9

0.3
0.3
0.3

26
28
32

7
7
8

11
11
12

22

10

03
04
05

17
20
25

28
32
37

5
6
6

7
8
8

0.3
0.3
0.3

30
35
42

6
7
8

9
10
11

0.3
0.3
0.6

35
40
47

8
9
10

12
14
15

26
28

15
20

6
7

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3

40
47
52

10
12
12

16
18
18

34

20

06
07
08

30
35
40

42
47
52

6
6
6

8
8
9

0.3
0.3
0.3

47
52
60

8
8
9

11
12
13

0.6
0.6
0.6

52
62
68

10
12
13

16
18
19

29
34
36

25
30
30

7
8
9

0.6
1
1

0.3
0.3
0.6

60
68
78

14
15
17

22

21
24
26

38
44
49

25
30
30

9
10
12

1
1
1

0.3
0.3
0.6

70
80
90

18
20
23

24
27
30

28
32
36

52
59
65

20
25
30

12
14
15

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
0.6
0.6

85
100
110

34
39
42

1.1
1.1
1.5

30
35
40

06
07
08

09
10
11

45
50
55

60
65
70

7
7
7

10
10
10

0.3
0.3
0.3

65
70
78

9
9
10

14
14
16

0.6
0.6
0.6

73
78
90

13
13
16

21

20
22
25

37
39
45

35
40
45

9
9
10

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

85
95
105

18
20
23

24
27
30

28
31
35

52
58
64

35
40
45

12
14
15

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
0.6
0.6

100
110
120

25
27
29

34
36
39

39
43
48

72
78
87

35
40
45

17
18
20

1.1
1.5
1.5

0.6
0.6
0.6

120
135
150

45
51
58

2
2
2.1

45
50
55

09
10
11

12
13
14

60
65
70

75
80
85

7
7
7

10
10
10

0.3
0.3
0.3

85
90
95

11
11
11

17
18
18

1
1
1

95
100
105

16
16
16

21
21
21

26
27
27

46
47
47

50
55
55

10
10
10

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
1

110
115
125

23
23
25

30
30
34

35
36
40

64
65
72

50
55
55

15
15
16

1.1
1.1
1.1

0.6
0.6
1

130
140
150

32
34
36

42
45
48

51
56
60

93
101
107

50
50
55

21
23
24

1.5
2
2

0.6
1
1

160
170
180

60
63
67

2.1
2.1
3

60
65
70

12
13
14

15
16
17

75
80
85

90
95
100

7
7
7

10
10
10

0.3
0.3
0.3

100
105
110

11
11
11

19
19
19

1
1
1

110
115
125

16
16
18

21
21
24

27
28
31

47
48
55

60
65
70

10
10
12

1
1
1

1
1
1

135
140
150

27
27
29

36
36
39

44
44
49

79
79
87

60
65
70

18
18
19

1.5
1.5
1.5

1
1
1

160
170
180

38
41
42

51
54
58

65
68
72

115
120
128

60
65
65

26
27
29

2
2.1
2.1

1
1
1.1

190
200
215

69
73
78

3
3
4

75
80
85

15
16
17

18
20
22

90
100
110

105
120
130

7
9
9

10
14
14

0.3
0.6
0.6

120
135
145

14
16
16

21
21

22
25
25

1
1
1

135
150
160

20
23
23

27
30
30

35
38
38

62
67
67

75
85
95

14
15
15

1.1
1.1
1.1

1
1
1

155
170
190

29
32
36

39
42
48

50
55
63

88
97
110

75
85
95

19
21
24

1.5
1.5
2

1
1
1

190
210
230

45
50
54

60
67
73

77
85
95

135
150
166

70
80
90

30
33
37

2.1
3
3

1.1
1.1
1.1

225
250
270

82
90
95

4
4
5

90
100
110

18
20
22

24
26
28

120
130
140

140
150
160

9
9
9

14
14
14

0.6
0.6
0.6

155
170
180

16
18
18

21
24
24

25
30
31

1
1
1

170
190
200

23
27
27

30
36
36

39
45
46

68
80
81

100
110
120

15
18
18

1.1
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.1
1.1

210
225
240

41
42
45

54
58
60

70
75
80

123
130
140

100
110
120

27
30
31

2.1
2.1
2.1

1.1
1.1
1.1

250
270
280

58
63
63

78
85
85

102
110
112

177
192
196

95
100
110

40
42
44

4
4
4

1.5
2
2

300
320
340

109
115
122

5
5
5

120
130
140

24
26
28

30
32
34

150
160
170

170
180
190

9
9
9

14
14
14

0.6
0.6
0.6

190
200
215

18
18
20

24
24
27

31
31
34

1
1
1.1

215
225
240

29
29
32

39
39
42

50
51
55

89
90
97

130
140
150

20
20
21

1.5
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.1
1.1

250
270
280

45
50
50

60
67
67

80
87
87

140
153
153

130
140
150

31
33
33

2.1
3
3

1.1
1.1
1.1

300
320
340

67
73
78

90
95
103

120
130
135

209
226
236

120
130
135

46
50
50

4
5
5

2
2
2.1

360
380
400

125
132
140

6
6
6

150
160
170

30
32
34

36
38
40

180
190
200

200
215
225

9
11
11

14
17
17

0.6
1
1

225
240
250

20
23
23

27
30
30

34
37
37

1.1
1.1
1.1

250
270
280

32
36
36

42
48
48

56
62
62

98
109
109

150
160
170

21
24
24

1.5
2
2

2
2
2

300
320
340

54
58
63

73
78
85

95
105
110

165
183
192

150
160
170

37
40
42

3
4
4

2
2
2

360
380
400

82
85
90

109
115
122

140
150
155

245

140

52

5
5
5

420
440
460

145
150
155

6
6
7.5

180
190
200

36
38
40

44
48
52

220
240
260

250
270
290

14
14
14

22
22
22

1
1
1

270
300
320

23
27
27

30
36
36

37
45
45

1.1
1.5
1.5

300
340
360

36
45
45

48
60
60

63
78
79

110

190

24

2
2.1
2.1

360
380
420

63
63
73

85
85
95

112
112
130

4
4
5

420
440
480

90
90
100

122
122
132

160
160
175

6
6
6

500
540
580

170
180
190

7.5
7.5
9.5

220
240
260

44
48
52

56
60
64

280
300
320

310
340
360

14
18
18

24
24

22
30
30

1
1
1

350
380
400

32
36
36

42
48
48

53
62
63

1.5
2
2

380
420
440

45
54
54

60
73
73

80
95
95

2.1
3
3

440
480
500

73
82
82

95
109
109

130
140
140

5
5
5

520
540
580

109
109
118

145
145
155

190
190
205

6
6
7.5

620
670
710

206
224
236

9.5
9.5
9.5

280
300
320

56
60
64

Remarks 1. Dimension Series 22, 23, and 24 are double direction bearings.
Remarks 2. The maximum permissible outside diameter of shaft and central washers and minimum permissible bore diameter of
housing washers are omitted here. (Refer to the bearing tables for Thrust Bearings).

A 46

A 47

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS

Table 7. 3 Boundary Dimensions of

Thrust Bearings (Flat Seats) 2


Units: mm

511

512

Bore Number

Spherical Thrust
Roller Brgs.

513

522

Diameter Series 1

Dimension Series

Dimension Series

70

90

10

71

r (min)

91

72

r (min)

92

12

22

73

Central Washer

r (min) r1 (min)

93

13

23

74

23
Central Washer

r (min) r1 (min)

94

d2

14

Dimension
Series

24

24

95

Central Washer

r (min) r1 (min)

d2

r (min)

Diameter Series 5

Dimension Series

Dimension Series

22

Diameter Series 4

Diameter Series 3

Dimension Series

Thrust Ball
Brgs.
Spherical Thrust
Roller Brgs.

524

294

Diameter Series 2

11

514

293

292
Diameter Series 0

523

Bore Number

Thrust Ball Brgs.

d2

68
72
76

340
360
380

380
400
420

18
18
18

24
24
24

30
30
30

1
1
1

420
440
460

36
36
36

48
48
48

64
65
65

2
2
2

460
500
520

54
63
63

073
085
085

96
110
112

3
4
4

540
560
600

90
90
100

122
122
132

160
160
175

5
5
6

620
640
670

125
125
132

170
170
175

220
220
224

7.5
7.5
7.5

750
780
820

243
250
265

12
12
12

340
360
380

68
72
76

80
84
88

400
420
440

440
460
480

18
18
18

24
24
24

30
30
30

1
1
1

480
500
540

36
36
45

48
48
60

65
65
80

2
2
2.1

540
580
600

63
73
73

085
095
095

112
130
130

4
5
5

620
650
680

100
103
109

132
140
145

175
180
190

6
6
6

710
730
780

140
140
155

185
185
206

243
243
265

7.5
7.5
9.5

850
900
950

272
290
308

12
15
15

400
420
440

80
84
88

92
96
/500

460
480
500

500
520
540

18
18
18

24
24
24

30
30
30

1
1
1

560
580
600

45
45
45

60
60
60

80
80
80

2.1
2.1
2.1

620
650
670

73
78
78

095
103
103

130
135
135

5
5
5

710
730
750

112
112
112

150
150
150

195
195
195

6
6
6

800
850
870

155
165
165

206
224
224

265
290
290

9.5
9.5
9.5

980
1000
1060

315
315
335

15
15
15

460
480
500

92
96
/500

/530
/560
/600

530
560
600

580
610
650

23
23
23

30
30
30

38
38
38

1.1
1.1
1.1

640
670
710

50
50
50

67
67
67

85
85
85

3
3
3

710
750
800

82
85
90

109
115
122

140
150
160

5
5
5

800
850
900

122
132
136

160
175
180

212
224
236

7.5
7.5
7.5

920
980
1030

175
190
195

236
250
258

308
335
335

9.5
12
12

1090
1150
1220

335
355
375

15
15
15

530
560
600

/530
/560
/600

/630
/670
/710

630
670
710

680
730
780

23
27
32

30
36
42

38
45
53

1.1
1.5
1.5

750
800
850

54
58
63

73
78
85

95
105
112

3
4
4

850
900
950

100
103
109

132
140
145

175
180
190

6
6
6

950
1000
1060

145
150
160

190
200
212

250
258
272

9.5
9.5
9.5

1090
1150
1220

206
218
230

280
290
308

365
375
400

12
15
15

1280
1320
1400

388
388
412

15
15
15

630
670
710

/630
/670
/710

/750
/800
/850

750
800
850

820
870
920

32
32
32

42
42
42

53
53
53

1.5
1.5
1.5

900
950
1000

67
67
67

90
90
90

120
120
120

4
4
4

1000
1060
1120

112
118
122

150
155
160

195
205
212

6
7.5
7.5

1120
1180
1250

165
170
180

224
230
243

290
300
315

9.5
9.5
12

1280
1360
1440

236
250

315
335
354

412
438

15
15
15

750
800
850

/750
/800
/850

/900
/950
/1000

900
950
1000

980
1030
1090

36
36
41

48
48
54

63
63
70

2
2
2.1

1060
1120
1180

73
78
82

95
103
109

130
135
140

5
5
5

1180
1250
1320

125
136
145

170
180
190

220
236
250

7.5
7.5
9.5

1320
1400
1460

190
200

250
272
276

335
355

12
12
12

1520
1600
1670

372
390
402

15
15
15

900
950
1000

/900
/950
/1000

/1060
/1120
/1180

1060
1120
1180

1150
1220
1280

41
45
45

54
60
60

70
80
80

2.1
2.1
2.1

1250
1320
1400

85
90
100

115
122
132

150
160
175

5
5
6

1400
1460
1520

155

206
206
206

265

9.5
9.5
9.5

1540
1630
1710

288
306
318

15
15
15

1770
1860
1950

426
444
462

15
15
19

1060
1120
1180

/1060
/1120
/1180

/1250
/1320
/1400

1250
1320
1400

1360
1440
1520

50

67

85
95
95

3
3
3

1460
1540
1630

175
175
180

6
6
6

1610
1700
1790

216
228
234

9.5
9.5
12

1800
1900
2000

330
348
360

19
19
19

2050
2160
2280

480
505
530

19
19
19

1250
1320
1400

/1250
/1320
/1400

/1500
/1600
/1700

1500
1600
1700

1630
1730
1840

105
105
112

4
4
4

1750
1850
1970

195
195
212

6
6
7.5

1920
2040
2160

252
264
276

12
15
15

2140
2270

384
402

19
19

1500
1600
1700

/1500
/1600
/1700

/1800
/1900
/2000

1800
1900
2000

1950
2060
2160

120
130
130

4
5
5

2080
2180
2300

220
220
236

7.5
7.5
7.5

2280

288

15

1800
1900
2000

/1800
/1900
/2000

/2120
/2240
/2360
/2500

2120
2240
2360
2500

2300
2430
2550
2700

140
150
150
160

5
5
5
5

2430
2570
2700
2850

243
258
265
272

7.5
9.5
9.5
9.5

2120
2240
2360
2500

/2120
/2240
/2360
/2500

Remarks 1. Dimension Series 22, 23, and 24 are double direction bearings.
Remarks 2. The maximum permissible outside diameter of shaft and central washers and minimum permissible bore diameter of
housing washers are omitted here. (Refer to the bearings tables for Thrust Bearings).

A 48

A 49

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS


Table 7. 4 Dimensions of Snap Ring Grooves and Locating Snap Rings (1)
Bearings of Dimension Series 18 and 19

a b
rN

Housing

Side Cover

r0

(Geometry of locating snap ring fitted in groove)

rN

jD 2

jD x

jD 1

Units: mm

Applicable Bearings

d
D
19

20
22
25

28
30
32

35
40

45

50

55
60

65
70
75
80

85
90
95
100
105
110

120
130
140

150
160

10
12
15
17

20
22

25

28
30
32
35

40

45
50

55
60
65

70
75
80

85
90
95
100
105
110
120

130
140

22
24
28
30
32
34
37
39
40
42
44
45
47
52
55
58
62
65
68
72
78
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
130
140
145
150
165
175
180
190
200

Snap Ring Groove


Width

a
Bearing Dimension Series

D1

Dimension Series
18

Locating Snap Ring

Snap Ring Groove


Snap Ring Groove Position

Snap Ring Groove


Diameter

18

19

Radius of
Bottom
Corners

r0

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

20.8
22.8
26.7
28.7
30.7
32.7
35.7
37.7
38.7
40.7
42.7
43.7
45.7
50.7
53.7
56.7
60.7
63.7
66.7
70.7
76.2
77.9
82.9
87.9
92.9
97.9
102.6
107.6
112.6
117.6
122.6
127.6
137.6
142.6
147.6
161.8
171.8
176.8
186.8
196.8

20.5
22.5
26.4
28.4
30.4
32.4
35.4
37.4
38.4
40.4
42.4
43.4
45.4
50.4
53.4
56.4
60.3
63.3
66.3
70.3
75.8
77.5
82.5
87.5
92.5
97.5
102.1
107.1
112.1
117.1
122.1
127.1
137.1
142.1
147.1
161.3
171.3
176.3
186.3
196.3

1.3
1.3
1.3

1.3
1.3
1.3

1.3
1.3

1.3

1.3

1.7
1.7

1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7

2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.5

2.5
3.3
3.3

3.3
3.3

1.15
1.15
1.15

1.15
1.15
1.15

1.15
1.15

1.15

1.15

1.55
1.55

1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55

1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
2.3

2.3
3.1
3.1

3.1
3.1

1.05
1.05
1.3
1.3

1.7
1.7

1.7

1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7

1.7

1.7
1.7

2.1
2.1
2.1

2.5
2.5
2.5

3.3
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.7

3.7
3.7

0.9
0.9
1.15
1.15

1.55
1.55

1.55

1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55

1.55

1.55
1.55

1.9
1.9
1.9

2.3
2.3
2.3

3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.5

3.5
3.5

1.05
1.05
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2

0.8
0.8
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9

0.2
0.2
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6

Remarks The minimum permissible chamfer dimensions rN on the snap-ring-groove side of the outer rings are as follows:
Dimension series 18 : For outside diameters of 78mm and less, use 0.3mm chamfer.
For all others exceeding 78mm, use 0.5mm chamfer.
Dimension series 19 : For outside diameters of 24mm and less, use 0.2mm chamfer.
For 47mm and less, use 0.3mm chamfer.
A 50
For all others exceeding 47mm, use 0.5mm chamfer.

Locating Snap
Ring Number

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

1022
1024
1028
1030
1032
1034
1037
1039
1040
1042
1044
1045
1047
1052
1055
1058
1062
1065
1068
1072
1078
1080
1085
1090
1095
1100
1105
1110
1115
1120
1125
1130
1140
1145
1150
1165
1175
1180
1190
1200

Side Cover

Cross Sectional
Height

Thickness

max

min

max

min

2.0
2.0
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85

1.85
1.85
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7

0.7
0.7
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7

0.6
0.6
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6

Geometry of snap ring


fitted in groove
(Reference)

Stepped Bore
Diameter
(Reference)

Slit
Width

Snap Ring
Outside
Diameter D2

approx

max

min

24.8
26.8
30.8
32.8
34.8
36.8
39.8
41.8
42.8
44.8
46.8
47.8
49.8
54.8
57.8
60.8
64.8
67.8
70.8
74.8
82.7
84.4
89.4
94.4
99.4
104.4
110.7
115.7
120.7
125.7
130.7
135.7
145.7
150.7
155.7
171.5
181.5
186.5
196.5
206.5

25.5
27.5
31.5
33.5
35.5
37.5
40.5
42.5
43.5
45.5
47.5
48.5
50.5
55.5
58.5
61.5
65.5
68.5
72
76
84
86
91
96
101
106
112
117
122
127
132
137
147
152
157
173
183
188
198
208

2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
10
10
10
10

DX

A 51

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS


Table 7. 4 Dimensions of Snap Ring Grooves and Locating Snap Rings (2)
Bearing of Diameter Series 0, 2, 3, and 4

Housing

Side Cover

a b
rN

(Geometry of locating snap ring fitted in groove)

r0
e

rN

jD 2

jD x
jD 1

Units: mm

Applicable Bearings

10
12

15
17

20
22
25

28
30

32
35

40

45
50

55
60
65
70
75

80
85
90
95
100
105
110
120

130

10
12
15

17

20
22
25

28
30
32

35

40
45
50

55
60

65
70
75
80

85
90
95
100
105
110

10
12

15

17

20

22

25

28
30
32
35

40

45
50

55

60
65

70
75
80
85
90
95

8
9

10

12

15

17

20

25

30

35
40

45

50
55

60
65

70
75
80

26
28
30
32
35
37
40
42
44
47
50
52
55
56
58
62
65
68
72
75
80
85
90
95
100
110
115
120
125
130
140
145
150
160
170
180
190
200

Snap Ring Groove Radius


of
Width
Bottom
Corners

a
Bearing Diameter Series

D1

Diameter Series

Side Cover

Locating Snap Ring

Snap Ring Groove


Snap Ring Groove Position

Snap Ring Groove


Diameter

2, 3, 4

Locating Snap
Ring Number

Cross Sectional
Height

Thickness

r0

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

24.5
26.5
28.17
30.15
33.17
34.77
38.1
39.75
41.75
44.6
47.6
49.73
52.6
53.6
55.6
59.61
62.6
64.82
68.81
71.83
76.81
81.81
86.79
91.82
96.8
106.81
111.81
115.21
120.22
125.22
135.23
140.23
145.24
155.22
163.65
173.66
183.64
193.65

24.25
26.25
27.91
29.9
32.92
34.52
37.85
39.5
41.5
44.35
47.35
49.48
52.35
53.35
55.35
59.11
62.1
64.31
68.3
71.32
76.3
81.31
86.28
91.31
96.29
106.3
111.3
114.71
119.71
124.71
134.72
139.73
144.73
154.71
163.14
173.15
183.13
193.14

1.35
1.35

2.06
2.06

2.06
2.06
2.06

2.06
2.08

2.08
2.08

2.49

2.49
2.49

2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87

2.87
2.87
3.71
3.71
3.71
3.71
3.71
3.71

5.69

1.19
1.19

1.9
1.9

1.9
1.9
1.9

1.9
1.88

1.88
1.88

2.29

2.29
2.29

2.67
2.67
2.67
2.67
2.67

2.67
2.67
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45

5.44

2.06
2.06
2.06
2.06
2.06
2.06

2.46
2.46
2.46

2.46
2.46
3.28
3.28
3.28
3.28
3.28
3.28
3.28
3.28

3.28
3.28

4.06
4.06
4.06
4.9

4.9
4.9
5.69
5.69
5.69
5.69

1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9

2.31
2.31
2.31

2.31
2.31
3.07
3.07
3.07
3.07
3.07
3.07
3.07
3.07

3.07
3.07

3.86
3.86
3.86
4.65

4.65
4.65
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44

1.17
1.17
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
3
3
3
3
3
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8

0.87
0.87
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5

0.2
0.2
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

026 (1)
028 (1)
030
032
035
037
040
042
044
047
050
052
055
056
058
062
065
068
072
075
080
085
090
095
100
110
115
120
125
130
140
145
150
160
170
180
190
200

max

min

max

min

2.06
2.06
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.85
7.21
7.21
7.21
7.21
7.21
7.21
7.21
9.6
9.6
9.6
9.6

1.91
1.91
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
3.89
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
4.7
7.06
7.06
7.06
7.06
7.06
7.06
7.06
9.45
9.45
9.45
9.45

0.84
0.84
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.46
2.46
2.46
2.46
2.46
2.82
2.82
2.82
2.82
2.82
2.82
2.82
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1

0.74
0.74
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
2.36
2.36
2.36
2.36
2.36
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.72
3
3
3
3

Geometry of snap ring


fitted in groove
(Reference)

Slit
Width

Snap Ring
Outside
Diameter D2

approx

max

03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
05
05
05
05
05
05
05
05
05
05
07
07
07
07
07
07
07
10
10
10
10

28.7
30.7
34.7
36.7
39.7
41.3
44.6
46.3
48.3
52.7
55.7
57.9
60.7
61.7
63.7
67.7
70.7
74.6
78.6
81.6
86.6
91.6
96.5
101.6
106.5
116.6
121.6
129.7
134.7
139.7
149.7
154.7
159.7
169.7
182.9
192.9
202.9
212.9

Stepped Bore
Diameter
(Reference)

DX
min
29.4
31.4
35.5
37.5
40.5
42
45.5
47
49
53.5
56.5
58.5
61.5
62.5
64.5
68.5
71.5
76
80
83
88
93
98
103
108
118
123
131.5
136.5
141.5
152
157
162
172
185
195
205
215

Note (1) The locating snap rings and snap ring grooves of these bearings are not specified by ISO.
Remarks 1. The dimensions of these snap ring grooves are not applicable to bearings of dimension series 00, 82, and 83.
2. The minimum permissible chamfer dimension rN on the snap-ring side of outer rings is 0.5mm. However, for
bearings of diameter series 0 having outside diameters 35mm and below, it is 0.3mm.

A 52

A 53

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS

7.2 Formulation of Bearing Numbers

Table 7. 5 Bearing Series Symbols

(Example 4) NU 3 1 8 M CM

Bearing numbers are alphanumeric combinations that


indicate the bearing type, boundary dimensions,
dimensional and running accuracies, internal
clearance, and other related specifications. They
consist of basic numbers and supplementary symbols.
The boundary dimensions of commonly used bearings
mostly conform to the organizational concept of ISO,
and the bearing numbers of these standard bearings
are specified by JIS B 1513 (Bearing Numbers for
Rolling Bearings). Due to a need for more detailed
classification, NSK uses auxiliary symbols other than
those specified by JIS.
Bearing numbers consist of a basic number and
supplementary symbols. The basic number indicates
the bearing series(type) and the width and diameter
series as shown in Table 7.5. Basic numbers,
supplementary symbols, and the meanings of common
numbers and symbols are listed in Table 7.6 (Pages
A56 and A57). The contact angle symbols and other
supplementary designations are shown in successive
columns from left to right in Table 7.6. For reference,
some examples of bearing designations are shown
here:

Radial Clearance for


Electric-Motor Bearings CM
Machined Brass Cage
Bearing Bore 90mm
Diameter Series 3

(Example 5) NN 3 0 1 7 K CC1 P4

Accuracy of ISO Class 4


Radial Clearance in NonInterchangeable Cylindrical
Roller Bearings CC1
Tapered Bore (Taper 1:12)
Bearing Bore 85mm
Diameter Series 0
Width Series 3
NN Type Cylindrical
Roller Bearing
(Example 6) HR 3 0 2 0 7 J

Self-Aligning
Ball Bearings

(Example 7) 2 4 0 /1000 M K30 E4 C3

Radial Clearance C3
Outer Ring with Oil Groove
and Oil Holes
Tapered Bore (Taper 1:30)
Machined Brass Cage

Contact Angle 30

Bearing Bore 1000mm


Diameter Series 0

Bearing Bore 100mm


Diameter Series 2
Single-Row Angular Contact Ball
Bearing

Single-Row
Cylindrical
Roller
Bearings

Type
Symbols

Width Diameter
Symbols Symbols

68

(1)

69

(1)

60

(1)

62

(0)

63

(0)

79

(1)

70

(1)

72

(0)

73

(0)

12

High Capacity Bearing

(0)

Dimension Symbols
Bearing Type

Double-Row
Cylindrical
Roller Bearings

Needle Roller
Bearings

13

(0)

22

(1)

23

(1)

Tapered Roller
Bearings

Bearing
Series
Symbols

Width
Type
Diameter
Symbols Symbols
or
Height Symbols
Symbols

NNU49

NNU

NN30U

NNU

NA48

NA

NA49

NA

NA59

NA

NA69

NA

329

320

330

331

302

322

332

NU10

NU

NU20

NU

(0)

NU22

NU

303

NU30

NU

(0)

323

NU23

NU

NU40

NU

(0)

230

231

222

NJ20

NJ

(0)

NJ22

NJ

NJ30

NJ

(0)

232

NJ23

NJ

213 (1)

NJ40

NJ

(0)

223

NUP20

NUP

(0)

NUP22

NUP

511

NUP30

NUP

(0)

512

NUP23

NUP

513

514

NUP40

NUP

(0)

Spherical
Roller
Bearings

Thrust Ball
Bearings with
Flat Seats

Width Series 4

N10

522

Spherical Roller Bearing

N20

(0)

523

N30

(0)

524

N40

(0)

4
292

293

294

(Example 3) 1 2 0 6 K +H206X

A 54

Single-Row
Angular Contact
Ball Bearings

Width Series 0
Tapered Roller Bearing

Axial Clearance C3
Back-to-Back Arrangement

Tapered Bore (Taper 1:12)

Single-Row
Deep Groove
Ball Bearings

Small Diameter of Cup


Raceway and Contact Angle
Conform to ISO
Bearing Bore 35mm
Diameter Series 2

(Example 2) 7 2 2 0 A DB C3

Adapter with 25 mm Bore

Bearing Type

NU Type Cylindrical
Roller Bearing

(Example 1) 6 3 0 8 ZZ C3

Radial Clearance C3
(Internal Clearance Symbol)
Shields on Both Sides
(Shield Symbol)
Bearing Bore 40mm
(Bore Number)
Diameter Series 3 Bearing
Series
Single-Row Deep
Groove Ball Bearing Symbol

Dimension Symbols
Bearing
Series
Symbols

(Example 8) 5 1 2 1 5

Bearing Bore 75mm

NF2

NF

(0)

Bearing Bore 30mm

Diameter Series 2

NF3

NF

(0)

Diameter Series 2

Height Series 1

Self-Aligning Ball Bearing

Thrust Ball Bearing

NF4

NF

(0)

Spherical
Thrust Roller
Bearings

Note (1) Bearing Series Symbol 213 should logically be 203, but customarily it is numbered 213.
Remarks Numbers in ( ) in the column of width symbols are usually omitted from the bearing number.

A 55

BOUNDARY DIMENSIONS AND IDENTIFYING NUMBERS FOR BEARINGS

Table 7. 6 Formulation of

Bearing Numbers

Basic Numbers
External Features
Internal Design Symbol

Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning Symbol


68
69
60
:
70
72
73
:
12
13
22
:
NU10
NJ 2
N 3
NN 30
:
NA48
NA49
NA69
:
320
322
323
:
230
222
223
:
511
512
513
:
292
293
294
:

Single-Row
Deep
Groove Ball
Bearings

Single-Row
Angular
Contact Ball
Bearings
SelfAligning Ball
Bearings

Cylindrical
Roller
Bearings

Needle
Roller
Bearings

Bearing
Bore 1mm

00

100

01

120

02

150

03

170

/22

220

/28

280

/32

320

04(3)

200

05

250

06

88

300

4400

92

4600

96

4800

/500

5000

Thrust Ball
/530
Bearing with
/560
Flat Seats

5300

Tapered
Roller
Bearings
(2)
Spherical
Roller
Bearings

Spherical
Thrust
Roller
Bearings

5600

/2 360

2 360 00

/2 500

2 500 00

Angular
Contact Ball
Bearings
A Standard
Contact Angle
of 30

Symbol

Internal Design
Differs from
Standard One

Smaller Diameter of
Outer Ring
Raceway, Contact
Angle, and Outer
Ring Width of
Tapered Roller
Bearings Conform
to ISO 355

Standard
Contact Angle
of 25

A5

Meaning

Material Symbol

Meaning
Case-Hardened
Steel Used in
Rings, Rolling
Elements

Cage Symbol

Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning


M

Machined
Brass Cage

W
h

Stainless Steel
Used in Rings,
Rolling Elements

Standard
Contact Angle
of 15

Pressed
Steel Cage

Contact Angle
about 20

Contact Angle
about 28

ZZ
ZZS

Shield
on One
Side
Only

Shields
on Both
Sides

CA

Rubber Seal
on One Side
Only

Synthetic
Resin Cage

For High Capacity


Bearings

Tapered
Bore of
Inner Ring
(Taper 1:12)

DB

Back-toBack
Arrangement

Face-toFace
Arrangement

K30 Tapered

Bore of
Inner Ring
(Taper 1:30)

Rubber
Seals on
Both Sides

Without
Cage

Spherical Roller
Bearings

CD
EA

DT

Tandem
Arrangement

Spherical Thrust
Roller Bearings

Notch or
Lubricating
Groove in
Ring

Contact
Rubber
Seals on
Both Sides

C5

CC

CC4
E4

Lubricating
Groove in
Outside
Surface and
Holes in
Outer Ring

CC5
MC1
MC2

Snap Ring
Groove in
Outer Ring

MC3
MC4
MC5

NR Snap Ring

Groove with
Snap Ring
in Outer
Ring

MC6

Spacer or Sleeve Grease Symbol


Symbol

Clearance Less than


C2
Clearance Less than
CN

Omitted ISO Normal

P6

CN Clearance
Clearance Greater
than CN
Clearance Greater
than C3
Clearance Greater
than C4

ISO Class 6

+K

Bearings
with Outer
Ring
Spacers

+L

Bearings
with Inner
Ring
Spacers

AS2 Shell Alvania


Grease S2

ENS ENS Grease

X26 Working

Temperature
Lower than
150C

P6X ISO Class 6X

NS7 NS Hi-lube

+KL Bearings

Clearance Less than


CC2
Clearance Less than
CC

P5

ISO Class 5

P4

ISO Class 4

Clearance Greater
than CC
Clearance Greater
than CC3
Clearance Greater
than CC4

P2

with Both
Inner and
Outer Ring
Spacers

X28 Working

Temperature
Lower than
200C

X29 Working

Normal Clearance

Clearance Less than


MC2
Clearance Less than
MC3

Bearings
treated for
Dimensional
Stabilization

Temperature
Lower than
250C

ISO Class 2

PS2 Multemp PS
No. 2

Adapter
Designation

AH Withdrawal

ABMA(7)
Tapered
roller bearing

Omitted Class 4

Normal Clearance

PN2 Class 2

Clearance Greater
than MC3
Clearance Greater
than MC4
Clearance Greater
than MC5

) (

Sleeve
Designation

Spherical
Roller
Bearings

HJ

Thrust
Collar
Designation

S11 Dimensional

Stabilizing
Treatment
Working
Temperature
Lower than
200C

PN3 Class 3

PN0 Class 0

Clearance in Deep Groove

CM Ball Bearings for Electric


Motors

PN00 Class 00
CT
CM

Clearance in Cylindrical
Roller Bearings for
Electric Motors

of Angular Contact
(Preload
)
Ball Bearing

EL
L
M
H

Tapered Roller
Bearings

Symbols and Numbers Conform to JIS(5)


Marked on Bearings

NSK Symbol

NSK Symbol

Partially the
same as
JIS(5)

Same as
JIS(5)

Not Marked
on Bearings

Notes ( ) Bearing Series Symbols conform to Table 7.5.


(2) For basic numbers of tapered roller bearings in ISO's new series, refer to Page B107.
(3) For Bearing Bore Numbers 04 through 96, five times the bore number gives the bore size (mm) (except doubledirection thrust ball bearings).
(4) HR is prefix to bearing series symbols and it is NSK's original prefix.

A 56

C3

CC2

HR(4) High Capacity

Omitted

CC3

NonContact
Rubber Seal
on One Side
Only

VV NonCylindrical Roller
Bearings

C2

CC1

C1

C4

DDU Contact

C
Tapered
Roller
Bearings
Omitted Contact Angle
Less than 17

Special
Specification
Symbol

Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning (radial clearance) Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning

DU Contact
T

Z
ZS

Arrangement Internal Clearance Symbol Tolerance Class


Symbol
Preload Symbol
Symbol
Symbol for Design
of Rings

DF

Standard
Contact Angle
of 40

Seals, Shields
Symbol

Symbol

For All Radial Brgs.

Contact Angle
Symbol

For Non-Interchangeable
Cylindrical Roller Brgs.

Bore Number

For Extra-Small
and Miniature Ball Brgs.

Bearing Series
Symbols (1)

Auxiliary Symbols

Extra light Preload


Light Preload
Medium Preload
Heavy Preload

Partially the
NSK Symbol same as JIS(5)/
BAS(6)

Same as JIS(5)

In Principle, Marked on Bearings

NSK Symbol, Partially the same as JIS(5)


Not Marked on Bearings

Notes ( ) JIS : Japanese Industrial Standards.


(6) BAS : The Japan Bearing Industrial Association Standard.
(7) ABMA : The American Bearing Manufacturers Association.
5

A 57

8. BEARING TOLERANCES
Regarding bearing accuracy classes, besides ISO
normal accuracy, as the accuracy improves there are
Class 6X (for tapered roller bearings), Class 6, Class
5, Class 4, and Class 2, with Class 2 being the
highest in ISO. The applicable accuracy classes for
each bearing type and the correspondence of these
classes are shown in Table 8.1.

8.1 Bearing Tolerance Standards


The tolerances for the boundary dimensions and
running accuracy of rolling bearings are specified by
ISO 492/199/582 (Accuracies of Rolling Bearings).
Tolerances are specified for the following items:

Tolerances for Dimensions


Items necessary to mount
bearings on shafts or in
housings

Accuracy of Rolling Bearings

Running Accuracy
Items necessary to
specify the runout of
rotating machine parts

Tolerances for bore and outside diameters, ring width


and bearing width
Tolerances for inscribed and circumscribed circle
diameters of rollers
Tolerances for chamfer dimensions
Tolerances for width variation
Tolerances for tapered bore diameters

Running
Accuracy

Measuring
Weight

B2
C

Inner
Ring

Outer
Ring

Dial
Gauge
A

K ia

Rotating

Stationary

K ea

Stationary

Rotating

S ia

Rotating

Stationary

B1

S ea

Stationary

Rotating

B2

Sd

Rotating

Stationary

SD

Rotating

Si , Se

Only the shaft or housing or


central washer is to be
rotated.

Permissible radial runout of inner and outer rings


Permissible face runout with raceway inner and outer
rings
Permissible inner ring face runout with bore
Permissible outer ring variation of outside surface
generatrix inclination with face
Permissible raceway to back face thickness variation of
thrust bearings

Supplementary Table

(Reference) Rough definitions of the items listed for


Running Accuracy and their measuring methods are
shown in Fig. 8.1, and they are described in detail in
ISO 5593 (Rolling Bearings-Vocabulary) and JIS B
1515 (Measuring Methods for Rolling Bearings) and
elsewhere.

C
E
B1

Measuring
Weight

r (max)1.2

Table 8. 1 Bearing Types and Tolerance Classes


Bearing Types
Normal

Class 5

Class 4

Class 2

Angular Contact Ball Bearings

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Class 2

Normal

Class 6
equivalent

Class 5
equivalent

Self-Aligning Ball Bearings

Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Class 2

Needle Roller Bearings


(solid type)

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Spherical Roller Bearings

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Metric
Design

Class 6

Normal

Class 5
Class 4

Class 6X
ANSI/ABMA ANSI/ABMA ANSI/ABMA ANSI/ABMA ANSI/ABMA
CLASS 4
CLASS 2
CLASS 3
CLASS 0
CLASS 00

A60
~A63

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Thrust Ball Bearings

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Spherical Thrust Roller Bearings

Normal

JIS( )

Class 0

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Class 2

DIN( )

P0

P6

P5

P4

P2

ABEC 1

ABEC 3

Table
8.2
Table
8.8
Table
8.4

A60
~A63
(A76
~A77)

ANSI/
ABMA(3)

Ball
Bearings
Roller
Bearings
Tapered Roller
Bearings

ABEC 5
ABEC 7
ABEC 9
(CLASS 5P) (CLASS 7P) (CLASS 9P)

RBEC 1

RBEC 3

RBEC 5

CLASS 4

CLASS 2

CLASS 3

CLASS 0

CLASS 00

[
[

A64
~A67
A68
~A69
A70
~A71
A72
~A74
A75

]
]

Brg bore dia., nominal

Brg outside dia., nominal

& ds
Deviation of a single bore dia.
& dmp Single plane mean bore dia. deviation

& Ds Deviation of a single outside dia.


& Dmp Single plane mean outside dia. Deviation

Vdp Bore dia. Variation in a single radial plane


Vdmp Mean bore dia. Variation

VDp
VDmp

B
& Bs

VBs

Inner ring width, nominal


Deviation of a single inner ring width
Inner ring width variation

C
& Cs

VCs
Radial runout of assembles brg inner ring
inner ring reference face (backface, where
applicable) runout with bore
Sia
Assembled brg inner ring face (back face)
runout with raceway
Si, Se Raceway to backface thickness variation
of thrust brg
Kia
Sd

T
& Ts

Kea
SD
Sea

Outside dia. Variation in a single radial


plane
Mean outside dia. Variation
Outer ring width, nominal
Deviation of a single outer ring width
Outer ring width variation
Radial runout of assembled brg outer ring
Variation of brg outside surface generatrix
inclination with outer ring reference face
(backface)
Assembled brg outer ring face (backface)
runout with raceway

Brg width, nominal


Deviation of the actual brg width

(A68
~A69)

Notes (1) JIS : Japanese Industrial Standards (2) DIN : Deutsch Industrie Norm
(3) ANSI/ABMA : The American Bearing Manufacturers Association
Remarks The permissible limit of chamfer dimensions shall conform to Table 8.9 (Page A78), and the tolerances and permissible
tapered bore diameters shall conform to Table 8.10 (Page A80).

A 58

Supporting pins
at three points around
circumference

Symbols for Boundary Dimensions and Running Accuracy


Table
8.2

Magneto Bearings

Inch Design

Stops at two points for


inside or outside surface

Fig. 8.1 Measuring Methods for Running Accuracy (summarized)

Table
8.3
Table
8.4
Table
8.5
Table
8.4
Table
8.7

Tapered
Roller
Bearings

Equivalent standards
(Reference)

Applicable Tolerance Classes

Deep Groove Ball Bearings

r (max)1.2
Stops (at two points)

Applicable Reference
Tables
Pages

jd

jD

A 59

BEARING TOLERANCE
BEARING
TOLERANCES
Table 8. 2 Tolerances for Radial Bearings
Table 8. 2. 1 Tolerances for Inner Rings and
& dmp (2)

&

ds

(excluding Tapered Roller Bearings)


Widths of Outer Rings

(2)

V dp (2)

V dmp (2)

Nominal Bore Diameter

Class 4

(mm)

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Diameter
Series

Class 2

Class 2

0, 1, 2, 3, 4
over

incl

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

2.5
10
18

0
0
0

0
0
0

80
120
150
180

120
150
180
250

0
0
0
0

250
315
400

315
400
500

0
0
0

500
630
800

630
800
1 000

0
0
0

1 000
1 250
1 600

1 250
1 600
2 000

0
0
0

- 4
- 4
- 4
- 5
- 6
- 7
- 8
-10
-10
-12
-

0
0
0

0
0
0

- 5
- 5
- 5
- 6
- 8
- 9
-10
-13
-13
-15
-18
-23
-

0
0
0

30
50
80

- 7
- 7
- 7
- 8
-10
-12
-15
-18
-18
-22
-25
-30
-35
-40
-

0
0
0

18
30
50

- 8
- 8
- 8
- 10
- 12
- 15
- 20
- 25
- 25
- 30
- 35
- 40
- 45
- 50
- 75
-100
-125
-160
-200

0.6(1)
2.5
10

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

low

low

high

0
0
0

- 4
- 4
- 4
- 5
- 6
- 7
- 8
-10
-10
-12
-

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Class 2

Diameter Series

Diameter
Series

Diameter
Series

Class
Diameter
Series Normal
6

high

-2.5
-2.5
-2.5
-2.5
-2.5
-4
-5
-7
-7
-8
-

Normal
Diameter Series

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

low

-2.5
-2.5
-2.5
-2.5
-2.5
-4
-5
-7
-7
-8
-

0, 1

2, 3, 4

0, 1

max

2, 3, 4

0,1,2,3,4

Class
2

0,1,2,3,4 0,1,2,3,4
max

max

max

max

max

max

8
8
8

6
6
6

9
9
9

7
7
7

5
5
5

5
5
5

4
4
4

4
4
4

3
3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5

6
6
6

5
5
5

3
3
3

2
2
2

1.5
1.5
1.5

13
15
19

10
12
19

8
9
11

10
13
15

8
10
15

6
8
9

6
8
9

5
6
7

5
6
7

4
5
5

2.5
2.5
4

8
9
11

6
8
9

3
4
5

2.5
3
3.5

1.5
1.5
2

25
31
31
38

25
31
31
38

15
19
19
23

19
23
23
28

19
23
23
28

11
14
14
17

10
13
13
15

8
10
10
12

8
10
10
12

6
8
8
9

5
7
7
8

15
19
19
23

11
14
14
17

5
7
7
8

4
5
5
6

2.5
3.5
3.5
4

44
50
56

44
50
56

26
30
34

31
38
44

31
38
44

19
23
26

18
23

14
18

9
12

38

50

50

30

19
23
26

63

26
30
34

63

38

30

max

Class
4

10
10
10

max

Class
5

max

Units : m
& B s (or &

C s )(

V B s (or V C s )

Single Bearing
Normal
Class 6

Class 5
Class 4

low

high

low

high

low

0
0
0

- 40
- 120
- 120
- 120
- 120
- 150
- 200
- 250
- 250
- 300
- 350
- 400
- 450
- 500
- 750
-1 000
-1 250
-1 600
-2 000

0
0
0

- 40
- 40
- 80
-120
-120
-150
-200
-250
-250
-300
-350
-400
-

0
0
0

- 40
- 40
- 80
-120
-120
-150
-200
-250
-250
-300
-

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Inner Ring (or


Outer Ring) (3)

Class 5
Class 4

Normal Class
6

Normal
Class 6

Class 2

high

Combined Bearings (4)


Class 2

K ia

Nominal Bore Diameter

Inner Ring
Class
5

Class
4

Class
2

(mm)

Normal Class 6 Class 5 Class 4 Class 2 Class 5 Class 4 Class 2 Class 5 Class 4 Class 2

high

0
0

low

-250
-250

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

over

incl

0
0
0

0
0
0

12
15
20

5
5
5

2.5
2.5
2.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

10
10
10

5
6
7

4
4
4

2.5
2.5
2.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

7
7
7

3
3
3

1.5
1.5
1.5

7
7
7

3
3
3

1.5
1.5
1.5

0.6(1)
2.5
10

2.5
10
18

-250
-250
-380
-380
-500
-500
-500
-500
-630
-

0
0
0

-250
-250
-250
-250
-250
-250
-380
-380
-380
-500
-

12
15
20

0
0
0

-250
-250
-250
-250
-250
-250
-380
-380
-380
-500
-500
-630
-

20
20
25

20
20
25

5
5
6

2.5
3
4

1.5
1.5
1.5

13
15
20

8
10
10

4
5
5

3
4
4

2.5
2.5
2.5

8
8
8

4
4
5

1.5
1.5
1.5

8
8
8

4
4
5

2.5
2.5
2.5

18
30
50

30
50
80

25
30
30
30

25
30
30
30

7
8
8
10

4
5
5
6

2.5
2.5
4
5

25
30
30
40

13
18
18
20

6
8
8
10

5
6
6
8

2.5
2.5
5
5

9
10
10
11

5
6
6
7

2.5
2.5
4
5

9
10
10
13

5
7
7
8

2.5
2.5
5
5

80
120
150
180

120
150
180
250

35
40
50

35
40
45

13
15

50
60
65

25
30
35

13
15

315
400
500

40

250
315
400

70
80
90

15
20

50

13
15

60
70
80

500
630
800

630
800
1 000

1 000
1 250
1 600

1 250
1 600
2 000

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

100
120
140

Notes (1) 0.6mm is included in the group.


(2) Applicable to bearings with cylindrical bores.
(3) Tolerance for width deviation and tolerance limits for the width variation of the outer ring should be the same bearing.
Tolerances for the width variation of the outer ring of Class 5, 4, and 2 are shown in Table 8.2.2.
(4) Applicable to individual rings manufactured for combined bearings.
(5) Applicable to ball bearings such as deep groove ball bearings, angular contact ball bearings, etc.

A 60

S ia (5)

Sd

100
120
140

Remarks 1. The cylindrical bore diameter "no-go side" tolerance limit (high) specified in this table does not necessarily apply
within a distance of 1.2 times the chamfer dimension r (max) from the ring face.
2. ABMA Std 20-1996: ABEC1RBEC1, ABEC3RBEC3, ABEC5RBEC5, ABEC7RBEC7, and ABEC9RBEC9
are equivalent to Classes Normal, 6, 5, 4, and 2 respectively.

A 61

BEARING TOLERANCE
BEARING
TOLERANCES

Table 8. 2 Tolerances for Radial Bearings


Table 8. 2. 2 Tolerances
& Dmp

V Dp (2)
Normal

Class 4

D
Normal

(mm)

Class 6

Class 5

Class 4

Class 2

0, 1, 2, 3, 4
high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

6
18
30

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

250
315
400

315
400
500

0
0
0

500
630
800

630
800
1 000

0
0
0

1 000
1 250
1 600
2 000

1 250
1 600
2 000
2 500

0
0
0
0

- 4
- 4
- 5
- 6
- 7
- 8
- 9
-10
-11
-13
-15
-

0
0
0

150
180
250

- 2.5
- 2.5
- 4
- 4
- 4
- 5
- 5
-7
- 8
- 8
-10
-

0
0
0

120
150
180

- 4
- 4
- 5
- 6
- 7
- 8
- 9
-10
-11
-13
-15
-

0
0
0

0
0
0

-5
-5
-6
-7
-9
-10
-11
-13
-15
-18
-20
-23
-28
-35
-

0
0
0

50
80
120

-7
- 7
- 8
- 9
-11
-13
-15
-18
-20
-25
-28
-33
-38
-45
-60
-

0
0
0

30
50
80

- 8
- 8
- 9
- 11
- 13
- 15
- 18
- 25
- 30
- 35
- 40
- 45
- 50
- 75
-100
-125
-160
-200
-250

- 2.5
- 2.5
- 4
- 4
- 4
- 5
- 5
-7
-8
- 8
-10
-

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0, 1

Class 5

Class 4

Class 2

Open Type

Open Type

Open Type

Diameter
Series

Diameter
Series

Diameter Series

2, 3, 4 2, 3, 4

0, 1 2, 3, 4 0,1,2,3,4

max

0,1,2,3,4

0,1,2,3,4

Class
2

0,1,2,3,4
max

max

max

max

max

max

6
6
7

10
10
12

9
9
10

7
7
8

5
5
6

9
9
10

5
5
6

4
4
5

4
4
5

3
3
4

2.5
2.5
4

6
6
7

5
5
6

3
3
3

2
2
2.5

1.5
1.5
2

14
16
19

11
13
19

8
10
11

16
20
26

11
14
16

9
11
16

7
8
10

13
16
20

7
9
10

5
7
8

6
7
8

5
5
6

4
4
5

8
10
11

7
8
10

4
5
5

3
3.5
4

2
2
2.5

23
31
38

23
31
38

14
19
23

30
38

19
23
25

19
23
25

11
14
15

25
30

11
13
15

8
10
11

9
10
11

7
8
8

5
7
8

14
19
23

11
14
15

6
7
8

5
5
6

2.5
3.5
4

44
50
56

44
50
56

26
30
34

31
35
41

31
35
41

19
21
25

18
20
23

14
15
17

13
15

10
11

8
10

26
30
34

19
21
25

9
10
12

7
8

4
5

63
94
125

63
94
125

38
55
75

48
56
75

48
56
75

29
34
45

28
35

21
26

38
55
75

29
34
45

14
18

max

Class Class Class


6
5
4

8
8
9

max

Diameter Normal
Series

10
10
12

2.5mm is included in the group.


Applicable only when a locating snap ring is not used.
Applicable to ball bearings such as deep groove ball bearings and angular contact ball bearings.
The tolerances for outer ring width variation of bearings of Classes Normal and 6 are shown in Table 8.2.1.
1. The outside diameter "no-go side" tolerances (low) specified in this table do not necessarily apply within a distance
of 1.2 times the chamfer dimension r (max) from the ring face.
2. ABMA Std 20-1996: ABEC1RBEC1, ABEC3RBEC3, ABEC5RBEC5, ABEC7RBEC7, and ABEC9
RBEC9 are equivalent to Classes Normal, 6, 5, 4, and 2 respectively.

max

Units : m
K ea

S ea (3)

SD

V C s (4)
Nominal Outside
Diameter

Class Class
Normal Class
6
5
4

A 62

Shielded
Sealed

Open Type

Diameter Series
9

low

Notes (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Remarks

incl

V Dmp (2)

Class 6
Shielded
Sealed

Open Type

Class 2

Diameter
Series

high

2.5(1)
6
18

for Outer Rings

& Ds

Nominal Outside
Diameter

over

(excluding Tapered Roller Bearings)

Class
2

Class Class
5
4

Class
2

Class Class
5
4

Class
2

Class
5

Class
4

Class
2

D
(mm)

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

15
15
15

8
8
9

5
5
6

3
3
4

1.5
1.5
2.5

8
8
8

4
4
4

1.5
1.5
1.5

8
8
8

5
5
5

1.5
1.5
2.5

5
5
5

2.5
2.5
2.5

1.5
1.5
1.5

2.5 (1)
6
18

20
25
35

10
13
18

7
8
10

5
5
6

2.5
4
5

8
8
9

4
4
5

1.5
1.5
2.5

8
10
11

5
5
6

2.5
4
5

5
6
8

2.5
3
4

1.5
1.5
2.5

30
50
80

50
80
120

40
45
50

20
23
25

11
13
15

7
8
10

5
5
7

10
10
11

5
5
7

2.5
2.5
4

13
14
15

7
8
10

5
5
7

8
8
10

5
5
7

2.5
2.5
4

120
150
180

150
180
250

60
70
80

30
35
40

18
20
23

11
13

7
8

13
13
15

8
10

5
7

18
20
23

10
13

7
8

11
13
15

7
8

5
7

250
315
400

315
400
500

100
120
140

50
60
75

25
30

500
630
800

630
800
1 000

160
190
220
250

1 000
1 250
1 600
2 000

1 250
1 600
2 000
2 500

18
20

25
30

18
20

over

incl
6
18
30

A 63

BEARING TOLERANCE
BEARING
TOLERANCES

Table 8. 3 Tolerances for Metric Design Tapered Roller Bearings


Table 8. 3. 1 Tolerances for Inner Ring Bore Diameter and Running Accuracy
Nominal Bore
Diameter

& dmp
Normal
Class 6X

(mm)

V dp

& ds

Class 6
Class 5

Class 4

Class 4

Units : m
V dmp

K ia

Normal Class Class Class Normal Class Class Class


Class 6X 6
5
4 Class 6X 6
5
4

Normal Class
Class 6X
6

S ia

Sd

Class
5

Class
4

Class
5

Class
4

Class
4

max

max

max

max

max

7
8
8

3
4
4

3
4
4

over

incl

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

10
18
30

18
30
50

0
0
0

0
0
0

7
8
10

5
6
8

4
5
6

6
8
9

5
6
8

5
5
5

4
4
5

15
18
20

7
8
10

3.5
4
5

2.5
3
4

15
20
25

12
15
18

9
11
14

7
8
10

11
15
19

9
11
14

6
8
9

5
5
7

25
30
35

10
13
18

5
6
8

4
5
6

8
9
10

5
5
6

4
5
7

180
250
315

250
315
400

0
0
0

30
35
40

22

17

11

23
26
30

16

11

50
60
70

20
25
30

10
13
15

8
10
12

11
13
15

7
8
10

8
10
14

400
500
630

500
630
800

0
0
0

- 5
- 6
- 8
- 9
-10
-13
-15
-18
-23
-27
-

8
10
12

0
0
0

- 5
- 6
- 8
- 9
-10
-13
-15
-18
-23
-27
-

0
0
0

80
120
180

- 7
- 8
-10
-12
-15
-18
-22
-25
-30
-35
-40
-60

0
0
0

50
80
120

- 8
-10
-12
-15
-20
-25
-30
-35
-40
-45
-50
-75

70
85
100

35
40
45

18
20
22

14

19
22
27

13

17

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Remarks 1. The bore diameter "no-go side" tolerances (high) specified in this table do not necessarily apply within a distance
of 1.2 times the chamfer dimension r (max) from the ring face.
2. Some of these tolerances conform to the NSK Standard.

T
C

B
jd jD

B2
C

jd jD

Table 8. 3. 2 Tolerances for Outer Ring Outside Diameter and Running Accuracy
Units : m
Nominal Outside
Diameter

& Dmp
Normal
Class 6X

(mm)

V Dp

& Ds

Class 6
Class 5

Class 4

Class 4

V Dmp

K ea

Normal Class Class Class Normal Class Class Class


Class 6X 6
5
4 Class 6X 6
5
4

Normal Class
Class 6X
6

S ea

SD

Class
5

Class
4

Class
5

Class
4

Class
4

over

incl

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

18
30
50

30
50
80

0
0
0

0
0
0

8
9
11

6
7
8

5
5
7

7
8
10

6
7
8

5
5
6

4
5
5

18
20
25

9
10
13

6
7
8

4
5
5

8
8
8

4
4
4

5
5
5

C4

15
18
25

13
15
18

10
11
14

8
8
10

11
14
19

10
11
14

7
8
9

5
6
7

35
40
45

18
20
23

10
11
13

6
7
8

9
10
10

5
5
5

6
7
8

B4

180
250
315

250
315
400

0
0
0

30
35
40

20
25
28

15
19
22

11
14
15

23
26
30

15
19
21

10
13
14

8
9
10

50
60
70

25
30
35

15
18
20

10
11
13

11
13
13

7
8
10

10
10
13

400
500
630

500
630
800

0
0
0

45
50

40
50
60

23
25
30

15
18

15
18
20

11
13

15
18

80
100
120

1 000

34
38

800

- 6
- 7
- 9
-10
-11
-13
-15
-18
-20
-23
-28
-

9
11
13

0
0
0

- 6
- 7
- 9
-10
-11
-13
-15
-18
-20
-23
-28
-

0
0
0

120
150
180

- 8
- 9
-11
-13
-15
-18
-20
-25
-28
-33
-38
-45
-60

0
0
0

80
120
150

- 9
- 11
- 13
- 15
- 18
- 25
- 30
- 35
- 40
- 45
- 50
- 75
-100

120

75

35

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

23

jd jD

Remarks 1. The outside diameter "no-go side" tolerances (low) specified in this table do not necessarily apply within a distance
of 1.2 times the chamfer dimension r (max) from the ring face.
2. Some of these tolerances conform to the NSK Standard.

A 64

A 65

BEARING TOLERANCE
BEARING
TOLERANCES

Table 8. 3 Tolerances for Metric Design


Table 8. 3. 3 Tolerances for Width, Overall Bearing Width,

Tapered Roller Bearings


and Combined Bearing Width
Units : m

Nominal Bore
Diameter

& Bs
Normal
Class 6

(mm)

& Cs

Class 6X

Class 5
Class 4

Normal
Class 6

Ring Width with Rollers


& T 1s

& Ts

Class 6X

Class 5
Class 4

Normal
Class 6

Class 6X

Class 5
Class 4

Normal

Outer Ring Effective Width Deviation


& T 2s

Class 6X

Class 6X

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

low

high

low

0
0
0

-120
-120
-120

0
0
0

-50
-50
-50

0
0
0

-200
-200
-240

0
0
0

-120
-120
-120

0
0
0

-100
-100
-100

0
0
0

-200 +200
-200 +200
-240 +200

-200
-200
-200

+100
+100
+100

0
0
0

+200
+200
+200

-200
-200
-200

+100
+100
+100

-100
-100
-100

+
+
+

50
50
50

0
0
0

+100
+100
+100

-100
-100
-100

+
+
+

50
50
50

0
0
0

+
+
+

200
200
200

200
200
200

50
80
120

80
120
180

0
0
0

-150
-200
-250

0
0
0

-50
-50
-50

0
0
0

-300
-400
-500

0
0
0

-150
-200
-250

0
0
0

-100
-100
-100

0
0
0

-300 +200
-400 +200
-500 +350

-200
-200
-250

+100
+100
+150

0
0
0

+200
+200
+350

-200
-200
-250

+100
+100
+150

-100
-100
-150

+
+
+

50
50
50

0
0
0

+100
+100
+200

-100
-100
-100

+ 50
+ 50
+100

0
0
0

+
+
+

300
300
400

300
300
400

+
+
+

300
400
500

180
250
315

250
315
400

0
0
0

-300
-350
-400

0
0
0

-50
-50
-50

0
0
0

-600
-700
-800

0
0
0

-300
-350
-400

0
0
0

-100
-100
-100

0
0
0

-600 +350
-700 +350
-800 +400

-250
-250
-400

+150
+200
+200

0
0
0

+350
+350
+400

-250
-250
-400

+150
+150
+200

-150
-150
-200

+ 50
+100
+100

0
0
0

+200
+200
+200

-100
-100
-200

+100
+100
+100

0
0
0

+
+
+

450
550
600

450
550
600

+
+
+

600
700
800

400
500
630

500
630
800

0
0
0

-450 -500 -750 -

0
0
0

-800
-800
-800

0
0
0

-450 -500 -750 -

0
0
0

-800 +400
-800 +500
-800 +600

-400
-500
-600

- +400
- +500
- +600

-400
-500
-600

+ 700
+ 800
+1 200

low

high

low

high

low

All classes of four-row


bearings

18
30
50

incl high

high

All classes of doublerow bearings

10
18
30

over

high

Normal

Overall Combined Bearing Width Deviation


& B 2s
& B 4s , & C 4s

- 700
- 800
-1 200

Nominal Bore
Diameter

d
(mm)

high

low

over

incl

10
18
30

18
30
50

300
400
500

50
80
120

80
120
180

600
700
800

180
250
315

250
315
400

- 900
-1 000
-1 500

400
500
630

500
630
800

+ 900
+1 000
+1 500

Remarks The effective width of an inner ring with rollers T1 is defined as the overall bearing width of an inner ring with rollers
combined with a master outer ring.
Remarks The effective width of an outer ring T2 is defined as the overall bearing width of an outer ring combined with a master
inner ring with rollers.

B2
C

T
C

C4

Master
Outer Ring

T2

Master Inner Ring with Rollers

B4

B
jd jD

A 66

T1

jd jD

jd jD

jd

jd

A 67

BEARING TOLERANCE
BEARING
TOLERANCES

Table 8. 4 Tolerances for Inch Design Tapered Roller Bearings


Table 8. 4. 1 Tolerances for Inner Ring Bore Diameter
Units : m
Nominal Bore Diameter

d
over

CLASS 4, 2

incl

(mm)

1/25.4

(mm)

1/25.4

high

CLASS 3, 0

low

high

B2
C

T
C

& ds

C4

CLASS 00

low

high

B4

low

jd jD

76.200
266.700

3.0000
10.5000

304.800
609.600
914.400
1 219.200

12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
48.0000

76.200
266.700
304.800

3.0000
10.5000
12.0000

+
+
+

13
25
25

0
0
0

+13
+13
+13

0
0
0

+8
+8
-

609.600
914.400
1 219.200

24.0000
36.0000
48.0000

+ 51
+ 76
+102
+127

0
0
0
0

+25
+38
+51
+76

0
0
0
0

over

CLASS 4, 2

incl

(mm)

1/25.4

(mm)

KBE

and Radial Runout of Inner and Outer Rings

1/25.4

high

KV

Units : m

K ia , K ea

& Ds

CLASS 4

CLASS 2

CLASS 3

CLASS 0

CLASS 00

low

high

CLASS 3, 0
low

high

CLASS 00
low

max

max

max

max

max

266.700
304.800

10.5000
12.0000

266.700
304.800
609.600

10.5000
12.0000
24.0000

+
+
+

25
25
51

0
0
0

+13
+13
+25

0
0
0

+8
+8
-

0
0

51
51
51

38
38
38

8
8
18

609.600
914.400
1 219.200

24.0000
36.0000
48.0000

914.400
1 219.200

36.0000
48.0000

+ 76
+102
+127

0
0
0

+38
+51
+76

0
0
0

76
76
76

51

51
76
76

jd jD

0
0

Table 8. 4. 2 Tolerances for Outer Ring Outside Diameter


Nominal Outside Diameter

jd jD

Table 8. 4. 3 Tolerances for

4
4

2
2

Overall Width and Combined Width


Units : m

Nominal Bore Diameter

Double-Row Bearings (KBE Type)

Four-Row Bearings
(KV Type)
& B 4s , & C 4s

& Ts
& B 2s

over
(mm)

(mm)

1/25.4

101.600
304.800

4.0000
12.0000

+203
0
+356 -254

+203
+203

609.600

24.0000

+381 -381
+381 -381

4.0000

304.800
609.600

12.0000
24.0000

high

low

CLASS 2

1/25.4

101.600

A 68

CLASS 4

incl

CLASS 3

high

D508.000 (mm) D>508.000 (mm)

low

high

low

+203
+203

-203 +203 -203


-203 +203 -203

+381 -381 +203


+381

-203 +381 -381


-381 +381 -381

0
0

high

low

CLASS 0, 00
high

low

+203 -203
+203 -203
-

CLASS 4
high

low

+406
+711
+762
+762

CLASS 3

CLASS 2

D508.000 (mm)

high

low

-508

+406
+406

-762
-762

+762
-

D>508.000 (mm)

CLASS 0,00

CLASS 4, 3

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

-203

+406
+406

-406
-406

+406
+406

-406
-406

+406
+406

-406
-406

+1 524
+1 524

-1 524
-1 524

-762
-

+406
+762

-406
-762

+762
+762

-762
-762

+1 524
+1 524

-1 524
-1 524

A 69

BEARING TOLERANCES

Table 8. 5 Tolerances
Table 8. 5. 1 Tolerances for Inner Rings

for Magneto Bearings


and Width of Outer Rings
Units : m

Nominal Bore
Diameter

V dp

& d mp

& B s (or & C s ) (1)

V d mp

V Bs (or V Cs ) (1)

K ia

& Ts

Sd

S ia

d
(mm)
over

Normal

Class 6

Normal

Class Class
Class Class
Normal
6
5
6
5

Normal
Class 6

Class 5

Class 5

Normal Class 6
Class 5

Normal

Class 6

Class 5

Class 5

Class 5

high

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

high

low

high

max

max

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

10

-7

-5

-120

40

15

+120

-120

10

10

18

-7

-5

-120

80

20

+120

-120

10

18

30

-10

-8

-6

-120

-120

20

+120

-120

13

Note

low

Normal
Class 6

incl

2.5

low

Class 5

( ) The width deviation and width variation of an outer ring is determined according to the inner ring of the same
bearing.
Remarks The bore diameter "no-go side" tolerances (high) specified in this table do not necessarily apply within a distance of
1.2 times the chamfer dimension r (max) from the ring face.
1

Table 8. 5. 2 Tolerances

for Outer Rings


Units : m

& D mp

Nominal Outside
Diameter

D
(mm)

V Dp

Bearing Series E
Normal

Class 6

V D mp

S ea

SD

Class
5

Class
5

Class
5

K ea

Bearing Series EN
Class 5

Normal

Class 6

Normal

Class
6

Class
5

Normal

Class
6

Class
Class
Normal
5
6

over

incl

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

18

+7

+5

-7

-5

15

18

30

+8

+6

-8

-6

15

50

+11

+9

+7

-11

-9

-7

20

10

30

low

Class 5

Remarks The outside diameter "no-go side" tolerances (low) do not necessarily apply within a distance of 1.2 times the chamfer dimension
r (max) from the ring face.

A 70

A 71

BEARING TOLERANCES

Table 8. 6 Tolerances for Thrust Ball Bearings


Table 8. 6. 1 Tolerances for Shaft Washer Bore Diameter and Running Accuracy

Table 8. 6. 2 Tolerances for Outside Diameter of Housing Washers and Aligning Seat Washers
Units : m

Nominal Bore
Diameter
d or d2
(mm)
over

& d mp or & d 2 mp
Normal
Class 6
Class 5
low

Normal
Class 6
Class 5

Class
4

Normal

Class
6

Class
5

Class
4

Nominal Outside Diameter of


Bearing or Aligning
Seat Washer
D or D3
(mm)
incl

Normal
Class 6
Class 5
high

Normal
Class 6

Class 4

low

high

low

high

low

Normal
Class 6
Class 5

Class 4

Normal
Class 6

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

high

18
30

8
10
12

0
0
0

-7
- 8
-10

6
8
9

5
6
8

10
10
10

5
5
6

3
3
3

2
2
2

10
18
30

18
30
50

0
0
0

11
13
16

0
0
0

7
8
9

0
0
0

17
20
24

8
10
12

5
6
7

0
0
0

25
30
35

50
80
120

80
120
180

0
0
0

15
20
25

0
0
0

-12
-15
-18

11
15
19

9
11
14

10
15
15

7
8
9

4
4
5

3
3
4

50
80
120

80
120
180

0
0
0

19
22
25

0
0
0

-11
-13
-15

0
0
0

29
33
38

14
17
19

8
10
11

0
0
0

45
60
75

180
250
315

250
315
400

0
0
0

30
35
40

0
0
0

-22
-25
-30

23
26
30

17
19
23

20
25
30

10
13
15

5
7
7

4
5
5

180
250
315

250
315
400

0
0
0

30
35
40

0
0
0

-20
-25
-28

0
0
0

45
53
60

23
26
30

15
19
21

0
0
0

- 90
-105
-120

400
500
630

500
630
800

0
0
0

45
50
75

0
0
0

-35
-40
-50

34
38

26
30

30
35
40

18
21
25

9
11
13

6
7
8

400
500
630

500
630
800

0
0
0

45
50
75

0
0
0

-33
-38
-45

0
0
0

- 68
- 75
-113

34
38
55

25
29
34

0
0
0

-135
-180
-225

800
1 000

1 000
1 250

0
0

-100
-125

45
50

30
35

15
18

800
1 000
1 250

1 000
1 250
1 600

0
0
0

-100
-125
-160

75

low

(1) For double-direction bearings, the thickness variation doesn't depend on the bore diameter d2 , but on d for singledirection bearings with the same D in the same diameter series.
The thickness variation of housing washers, Se, applies only to flat-seat thrust bearings.

jd

jD

jD

jd

jd

T3 T4

T
B

jd2
jD

A 72

V Dp
Aligning Seat
Washer Type

Flat Seat Type

over

& Dmp

0
0
0

Note

high

Class 4

S i or S e (1)

18
30
50

incl

V d p or V d 2p

Units : m
Aligning Seat Washer
Outside Diameter
Deviation
& D 3s

T2

T5

T1
jD
jD3

T6

jd 2

T8

T7

jD 3

A 73

BEARING TOLERANCES

Table 8. 6. 3 Tolerances for Thrust Ball Bearing Height and Central Washer Height

Diameter

d (1)
(mm)

& T 3s or & T 6 s

& T 5s

& T 4s or & T 8s

& T 7s

Height Deviation
of Central Washer
& Bs

Normal
Class 6

Normal
Class 6

Normal
Class 6

Normal
Class 6

Normal, Class 6
Class 5, Class 4

Flat Seat Type

Nominal Bore

& Ts or & T 2s

Aligning Seat Washer Type

& T 1s

Normal, Class 6 Normal, Class 6


Class 5, Class 4 Class 5, Class 4

over

incl

high

30
50

30
50
80

0
0
0

80
120
180

120
180
250

250
315

315
400

low

high

low

Units : m

high

With Aligning Seat Washer

high

low

low

high

- 75 + 50 -150
-100 + 75 -200
-125 +100 -250

0
0
0

- 75
-100
-125

+ 50 -150
+ 75 -200
+100 -250

+
+
+

high

low

- 75 +150 -150
-100 +175 -200
-125 +250 -250

0
0
0

- 50
- 75
-100

0
0
0

-150 +125 -300


-175 +150 -350
-200 +175 -400

0
0
0

-150
-175
-200

+125 -300
+150 -350
+175 -400

+ 75 -150 +275 -300


+100 -175 +350 -350
+100 -200 +375 -400

0
0
0

-125
-150
-175

0
0

-225 +200 -450


-300 +250 -600

0
0

-225
-300

+200 -450
+250 -600

+125 -225 +450 -450


+150 -275 +550 -550

0
0

-200
-250

50
50
75

low

high

low

(1) For double-direction bearings, its classification depends on d for single-direction bearings with the same D in the
same diameter series.
Remarks & T s in the table is the deviation in the respective heights T in figures below.
Note

Table 8. 7 Tolerances for Spherical Thrust Roller Bearings


Table 8. 7. 1 Tolerances for Bore Diameters of Shaft Rings and Height (Class Normal)
Units : m
Nominal Bore
Diameter

Reference
&

V dp

dmp

Sd

(mm)

& Ts

over

incl

high

low

max

max

high

low

50
80
120

80
120
180

0
0
0

11
15
19

25
25
30

180
250
315

250
315
400

0
0
0

23
26
30

30
35
40

400

500

-15
-20
-25
-30
-35
-40
-45

34

45

+150
+200
+250
+300
+350
+400
+450

-150
-200
-250
-300
-350
-400
-450

Remarks The bore diameter "no-go side" tolerances (high) specified in this table do not
necessarily apply within a distance of 1.2 times the chamfer dimension r (max)
from the ring face.
Table 8. 7. 2 Tolerances for Housing Ring
Diameter (Class Normal)
Units : m

Nominal Outside Diameter

& Dmp

(mm)

jd

jd
T

T3 T4

jD
jD
jD3
jd
jD
B

jd2
jD

T2

T1
T5

T6

jd 2

T8

T7

over

incl

high

low

120
180
250

180
250
315

0
0
0

315
400
500

400
500
630

0
0
0

630
800

800
1 000

0
0

- 25
- 30
- 35
- 40
- 45
- 50
- 75
-100

Remarks The outside diameter "no-go side"


tolerances (low) specified in this
table do not necessarily apply
within a distance of 1.2 times the
chamfer dimension r (max) from
the ring face.

jD 3
jd
T
jD

A 74

A 75

BEARING TOLERANCES

Table 8. 8 Tolerances of
CLASS 5P, CLASS 7P, and CLASS 9P
(1) Tolerances for Inner Rings
Nominal
Bore
Diameter

&

d
(mm)

&

d mp

V dp

ds

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

CLASS 9P

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

CLASS 9P

V d mp

&

CLASS 5P
CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P CLASS 9P CLASS 7P CLASS 9P

Bs

Instrument Ball Bearings (Inch design)


(ANSI/ABMA Equivalent)
and Width of Outer Rings
(or &

Cs

Single Brgs

Combined Brgs ( )

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P
CLASS 9P

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P
CLASS 9P

Units : m

V Bs

K ia

S ia

Sd

CLASS
5P

CLASS
7P

CLASS
9P

CLASS
5P

CLASS
7P

CLASS
9P

CLASS
5P

CLASS
7P

CLASS
9P

CLASS
5P

CLASS
7P

CLASS
9P

over

incl

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

10

-5.1

-2.5

-5.1

-2.5

2.5

1.3

2.5

1.3

-25.4

-400

5.1

2.5

1.3

3.8

2.5

1.3

7.6

2.5

1.3

7.6

2.5

1.3

10

18

-5.1

-2.5

-5.1

-2.5

2.5

1.3

2.5

1.3

-25.4

-400

5.1

2.5

1.3

3.8

2.5

1.3

7.6

2.5

1.3

7.6

2.5

1.3

18

30

-5.1

-2.5

-5.1

-2.5

2.5

1.3

2.5

1.3

-25.4

-400

5.1

2.5

1.3

3.8

3.8

2.5

7.6

3.8

1.3

7.6

3.8

1.3

Note (1) Applicable to bearings for which the axial clearance (preload) is to be adjusted by combining two selected bearings.
Remarks For the CLASS 3P and the tolerances of Metric design Instrument Ball Bearings, it is advisable to consult NSK.

(2) Tolerances for


&
Nominal
Outside
Diameter

&

D mp

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

D
(mm)

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

V Dp

Ds

CLASS 9P

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

V Cs ( )

V D mp
CLASS
9P

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

Shielded
Sealed

Open

Open

Shielded
Sealed Open

Open

Units : m
1

CLASS
9P

CLASS 9P
Open

Outer Rings

Shielded
Sealed Open

SD

K ea

S ea

CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS
5P
7P
9P
5P
7P
9P
5P
7P
9P
5P
7P
9P

Deviation of
Flange Outside
Diameter
& D 1s

Deviation of
Flange Width
& C 1s

Flange
Backface
Runout
with
Raceway
(2) S ea 1

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

over

incl

high

low

high

low

high

low

high

low

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

high

low

high

low

max

18

-5.1

-2.5

-5.1

+1 -6.1

-2.5

2.5

5.1

1.3

2.5

5.1

1.3

5.1

2.5

1.3

7.6

3.8

1.3

5.1

3.8

1.3

7.6

5.1

1.3

-25.4

-50.8

7.6

18

30

-5.1

-3.8

-5.1

+1 -6.1

-3.8

2.5

5.1

2.5

5.1

5.1

2.5

1.3

7.6

3.8

1.3

5.1

3.8

2.5

7.6

5.1

2.5

-25.4

-50.8

7.6

30

50

-5.1

-3.8

-5.1

+1 -6.1

-3.8

2.5

5.1

2.5

5.1

5.1

2.5

1.3

7.6

3.8

1.3

5.1

5.1

2.5

7.6

5.1

2.5

-25.4

-50.8

7.6

high

low

Notes ( ) Applicable to flange width variation for flanged bearings.


(2) Applicable to flange back face.
1

A 76

A 77

BEARING TOLERANCES

Table 8. 9 Chamfer Dimension Limits (for Metric Design Bearings)

(Radial Direction)

(Axial Direction)
r (min) or
r1 (min)

Table 8. 9. 1 Chamfer Dimension Limits for Radial


Bearings (excluding Tapered Roller
Bearings)
Units : mm

Bore Surface or
Outside Surface

r (min) or
r1 (min)

Side Face of Inner/


Outer Ring or
Central Washer

r (max) or r1 (max)

r (min) or
r1 (min)

r (max) or r1 (max)

Ring

Permissible
Chamfer
Dimension
for
Inner/Outer
Rings
r (min) or
r1 (min)

0.05
0.08
0.1
0.15
0.2
0.3

r : Chamfer Dimension of Inner/Outer Ring


r1 : Chamfer Dimension of Inner/Outer Ring (Front Side)
or of Central Washer of Thrust Ball Bearings

Remarks The precise shape of chamfer surfaces has not


been specified but its profile in the axial plane shall
not intersect an arc of radius r (min) or r1 (min)
touching the side face of an inner ring or central washer and
bore surface, or the side face of an outer ring and outside
surface.

0.6

1.1

1.5

Nominal Bore
Diameter

d
over

incl

2.1

2.5

Radial
Direction

0.1
0.16
0.2

Axial
Direction

0.2
0.3
0.4

0.3
0.5

0.6
0.8

40

40

0.6
0.8

1
1

40

40

50

50

120

120

120

120

80
220

80
220

280

280

100
280

100
280

Corner
Radius of
Shaft or
Housing ra
max
0.05
0.08
0.1

0.15

0.15
0.2
0.6
0.3
1

1
1.3

2
2

0.6

1.5
1.9

3
3

2
2.5

3.5
4

2.3
3

4
5

3
3.5
3.8

4.5
5
6

4
4.5

6.5
7

3.8
4.5
5

6
6
7

1.5

4
5
6
7.5
9.5
12
15
19

280

280

5
5.5

8
8

6.5
8

9
10

Nominal Bore or
Nominal Outside
Diameter (1)

Permissible Chamfer
Dimension for
Inner/Outer Rings

r (max)

d or D

Reference
Corner
Radius of
Shaft or
Housing ra

over

incl

Radial
Direction

Axial
Direction

max

0.3

0.6

0.15

40

40

0.7
0.9

1.4
1.6

0.3

1.1
1.3

1.7
2

0.6

1.6
1.9

2.5
3

2.3
2.8
3.5

3
3.5
4

1.5

40

40

50

50

120
250

120
250

120
250

120
250

2.8
3.5
4

4
4.5
5

3.5
4
4.5

5
5.5
6

4
4.5
5
5.5

5.5
6.5
7
7.5

2.5

5
5.5
6
6.5

7
7.5
8
8.5

6.5
7.5

8
9

1.5

2.5
2

120
250

2.5
3
4

10
12.5
15

13
17
19

5
6
8

18
21
25

24
30
38

10
12
15

120
250
400

Table 8. 9. 3 Chamfer Dimension Limits for Thrust Bearings

Units : mm
Permissible
Chamfer
Dimension
for
Inner/Outer
Rings
r (min)

0.3

Permissible Chamfer
Dimension for
Inner/Outer Rings
r (max) or r1 (max)

Reference

Table 8. 9. 2 Chamfer Dimension Limits for


Tapered Roller Bearings

120
250
400

120
250

120
250
400

120
250
400

180

180

180

180

7.5
9

10
11

Units : mm
Permissible Chamfer
Permissible Chamfer Dimension for Shaft
Dimension for Shaft (or Central)/Housing
(or Central)/Housing
Washers
Washers
r (max) or r1 (max)

r (min) or r1 (min)

Radial or Axial Direction

Reference
Corner Radius of
Shaft or Housing

ra

max

0.05

0.1

0.05

0.08

0.16

0.08

0.1

0.2

0.1

0.15

0.3

0.15

0.2

0.5

0.2

0.3

0.8

0.3

0.6

1.5

0.6

2.2

1.1

2.7

1.5

3.5

1.5

2.1

4.5

5.5

2.5

6.5

10

7.5

12.5

9.5

15

12

18

10

15

21

12

19

25

15

Note (1) Inner Rings are classified by d and Outer Rings


by D.

Remarks For bearings with nominal widths less than


2mm, the value of r (max) in the axial
direction is the same as that in the radial
direction.

A 78

A 79

BEARING TOLERANCES

Table 8.10 Tolerances for Tapered Bores (Class Normal)

j(d + & dmp )

jd1
B

Nominal Bore Diameter

d1 = d + /30 B

V d p : Bore diameter variation in a single radial plane


B : Nominal Inner Ring width

: Half of Taper Angle of Tapered Bore


Taper 1:12

Taper 1:30
=5717.4
=0.95484
=0.016665 rad

=2.38594
=0.041643 rad

over

incl

high

low

high

low

max

80
120
180

120
180
250

+20
+25
+30

0
0
0

+35
+40
+46

0
0
0

22
40
46

250
315
400

315
400
500

+35
+40
+45

0
0
0

+52
+57
+63

0
0
0

52
57
63

500

630

+50

+70

70

Notes (1) Applicable to all radial planes of tapered bores.


(2) Not applicable to diameter series 7 and 8.
Remarks For a value exceeding 630 mm, please contact NSK.

For general applications, Class Normal tolerances are


adequate in nearly all cases for satisfactory
performance, but for the following applications,
bearings having an accuracy class of 5,4 or higher
are more suitable.
For reference, in Table 8.11, examples of applications
and appropriate tolerance classes are listed for various
bearing requirements and operating conditions.
Table 8. 11 Typical Tolerance Classes for Specific Applications (Reference)
Bearing Requirement,
Operating Conditions

Units : m
Nominal Bore Diameter
& d 1 mp - & dmp

& dmp

Vd p (1) (2)

(mm)
over

incl

18
30
50

30
50
80

80
120
180

120
180
250

250
315
400

315
400
500

500
630
800

630
800
1 000

1 000
1 250

1 250
1 600

high

low

high

low

max

+33
+39
+46
+54
+63
+72
+81
+89
+97
+110
+125
+140
+165
+195

0
0
0

+21
+25
+30
+35
+40
+46
+52
+57
+63
+70
+80
+90
+105
+125

0
0
0

13
16
19

0
0
0

22
40
46

0
0
0

52
57
63

0
0
0

70

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Notes ( ) Applicable to all radial planes of tapered bores.


(2) Not applicable to diameter series 7 and 8.
1

A 80

0
0

Examples of Applications
VTR Drum Spindles
Magnetic Disk Spindles for
Computers
Machine-Tool Main Spindles
Rotary Printing Presses
Rotary Tables of Vertical
Presses, etc.
Roll Necks of Cold Rolling
Mill Backup Rolls
Slewing Bearings for Parabolic
Antennas

Tolerance Classes
P5

Taper1 : 12

Vd p (1) (2)

8.2 Selection of Accuracy Classes

& dmp : Single Plane Mean Bore Diameter Deviation in Theoretical Diameter of Smaller End of Bore
& d1mp : Single Plane Mean Bore Diameter Deviation in Theoretical Diameter of Larger End of Bore

=2239.4

& d 1 mp - & dmp

& dmp

(mm)

d : Nominal Bore Diameter


d 1 : Theoretical Diameter of Larger End of Tapered Bore
Taper 1:30
Taper 1:12 d1 = d + 1/12 B

Units : m

j(d1 + & d 1mp )

jd

Taper 1 : 30

Tapered Bore with Deviation in Single Plane


Mean Bore Diameter

& d 1mp jd mp
2

Nominal Tapered Bore

High running accuracy


is required

P5, P4, P2
P5, P4, P2
P5

P5, P4

Higher than P4

Higher than P4

Extra high speed is


required

Dental Drills
Gyroscopes
High Frequency Spindles
Superchargers
Centrifugal Separators
Main Shafts of Jet Engines

CLASS 7P, CLASS 5P


CLASS 7P, P4
CLASS 7P, P4
P5, P4
P5, P4
Higher than P4

Low torque and low


torque variation are
required

Gyroscope Gimbals
Servomechanisms
Potentiometric Controllers

CLASS 7P, P4
CLASS 7P, CLASS 5P
CLASS 7P

A 81

9. FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES


9.1 Fits
9.1.1 Importance of Proper Fits
In the case of a rolling bearing with the inner ring fitted
to the shaft with only slight interference, a harmful
circumferential slipping may occur between the inner
ring and shaft. This slipping of the inner ring, which is
called creep, results in a circumferential
displacement of the ring relative to the shaft if the
interference fit is not sufficiently tight. When creep
occurs, the fitted surfaces become abraded, causing
wear and considerable damage to the shaft. Abnormal
heating and vibration may also occur due to abrasive
metallic particles entering the interior of the bearing.
It is important to prevent creep by having sufficient
interference to firmly secure that ring which rotates to
either the shaft or housing. Creep cannot always be
eliminated using only axial tightening through the
bearing ring faces. Generally, it is not necessary,
however, to provide interference for rings subjected
only to stationary loads. Fits are sometimes made
without any interference for either the inner or outer
ring, to accommodate certain operating conditions, or
to facilitate mounting and dismounting. In this case, to
prevent damage to the fitting surfaces due to creep,
lubrication of other applicable methods should be
considered.

9.1.2 Selection of Fit


(1) Load Conditions and Fit
The proper fit may be selected from Table 9.1 based on
the load and operating conditions.
(2) Magnitude of Load and Interference
The interference of the inner ring is slightly reduced by
the bearing load; therefore, the loss of interference
should be estimated using the following equations:
& dF = 0.08
& dF = 0.25

F 10 3 . . . . . . . . (N)
B r
d

F 10 3 . . . . .
B r

. . . (9.1)
{kgf}

where & d F : Interference decrease of inner ring


(mm)
d : Bearing bore diameter (mm)
B : Nominal inner ring width (mm)
Fr : Radial load applied on bearing
(N), {kgf}

Table 9.1 Loading Conditions and Fits


Load Application

Bearing Operation
Inner Ring
Outer Ring

Rotating

Stationary

Load
Stationary

Load
Conditions

Fitting
Inner Ring

Rotating
Inner Ring
Load
Tight Fit

Load Rotating

Stationary

Stationary

Rotating

Rotating

Outer Ring

Loose Fit

Stationary
Outer Ring
Load

Loose Fit

Tight Fit

Tight Fit

Tight Fit

Stationary
Inner Ring
Load
Rotating

Stationary

Rotating or
Stationary

Rotating or
Stationary

& d0.02
& d0.2

Fr
B
Fr
B

10

. . . . . . . . . . (N)

3
10 . . . . . . . . . {kgf}

. . . . . . . (9.2)

where & d : Effective interference (mm)


Fr : Radial load applied on bearing
(N), {kgf}
B : Nominal inner ring width (mm)
(3) Interference Variation Caused by Temperature
Difference between Bearing and Shaft or
Housing
The effective interference decreases due to the
increasing bearing temperature during operation. If the
temperature difference between the bearing and
housing is & T (C), then the temperature difference
between the fitted surfaces of the shaft and inner ring
is estimated to be about (0.1~0.15) & T in case that
the shaft is cooled. The decrease in the interference of
the inner ring due to this temperature difference & d T
may be calculated using Equation (9.3):
& d T = (0.10~0.15) & Td
H0.0015& T d 10 3 ................... (9.3)

where & d T : Decrease in interference of inner ring


due to temperature difference (mm)
& T : Temperature difference between bearing
interior and surrounding parts (C)
: Coefficient of linear expansion of
bearing steel=12.510 6 (1/C)
d : Bearing nominal bore diameter (mm)
In addition, depending on the temperature difference
between the outer ring and housing, or difference in
their coefficients of linear expansion, the interference
may increase.

Rotating
Outer Ring
Load

Load Stationary

Therefore, the effective interference & d should be


larger than the interference given by Equation (9.1).
However, in the case of heavy loads where the radial
load exceeds 20% of the basic static load rating C 0 r,
under the operating condition, interference often
becomes shortage. Therefore, interference should be
estimated using Equation (9.2):

roughness of the surfaces and may be estimated using


the following equations:
d
& da . . . . . . . . . . . . (9.4)
d+2
d
& da . . . . . . . . . . . . (9.5)
For machined shafts & d =
d+3

For ground shafts

& d=

where & d : Effective interference (mm)


& d a : Apparent interference (mm)
d : Bearing nominal bore diameter (mm)
According to Equations (9.4) and (9.5), the effective
interference of bearings with a bore diameter of 30 to
150 mm is about 95% of the apparent interference.
(5) Fitting Stress and Ring Expansion and
Contraction
When bearings are mounted with interference on a
shaft or in a housing, the rings either expand or
contract and stress is produced. Excessive interference
may damage the bearings; therefore, as a general
guide, the maximum interference should be kept under
approximately 7/10 000 of the shaft diameter.
The pressure between fitted surfaces, expansion or
contraction of the rings, and circumferential stress
may be calculated using the equations in Section 15.2,
Fitting(1) (Pages A130 and 131).
9.1.3 Recommended Fits
As described previously, many factors, such as the
characteristics and magnitude of bearing load,
temperature differences, means of bearing mounting
and dismounting, must be considered when selecting
the proper fit.
If the housing is thin or the bearing is mounted on a
hollow shaft, a tighter than usual tit is necessary. A
split housing often deforms the bearing into an oval
shape; therefore, a split housing should be avoided
when a tight fit with the outer ring is required.
The fits of both the inner and outer rings should be
tight in applications where the shaft is subjected to
considerable vibration.
The recommended fits for some common applications
are shown in Table 9.2 to 9.7. In the case of unusual
operating conditions, it is advisable to consult NSK.
For the accuracy and surface finish of shafts and
housings, please refer to Section 11.1 (Page A100).

(4) Effective Interference and Finish of Shaft and


Housing
Since the roughness of fitted surfaces is reduced
during fitting, the effective interference becomes less
than the apparent interference. The amount of this
interference decrease varies depending on the

Load
Rotating

Direction of load indeterminate due to


variation of direction or unbalanced load

A 82

Direction of Load
Indeterminate

A 83

FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES

Table 9.2 Fits of Radial Bearings with Shafts


Load Conditions

Examples

Ball Brgs

Shaft Diameter (mm)


Cylindrical Roller Spherical Roller
Brgs, Tapered
Brgs
Roller Brgs

Table 9.4 Fits of Radial Bearings with Housings


Tolerance
of Shaft

Load Conditions
Remarks

Heavy Loads on Bearing in


Thin-Walled Housing or
Heavy Shock Loads

Radial Bearings with Cylindrical Bores

Rotating
Outer
Ring Load

Easy axial
displacement of
inner ring on shaft
desirable.
Easy axial
displacement of
inner ring on shaft
unnecessary
Light Loads
or Variable
Loads
(<0.06Cr(1))

Rotating Inner
Ring Load or
Direction of
Load
Indeterminate

Wheels on
Stationary
Axles

g6
All Shaft Diameters

Tension Pulleys
Rope Sheaves
Electrical Home
Appliances Pumps,
Blowers, Transport
Vehicles, Precision
Machinery,
Machine Tools

General Bearing
Applications,
Medium and
Large Motors,
Normal Loads
Turbines, Pumps,
(0.06 to 0.13Cr(1)) Engine Main
Bearings,
Gears,
Woodworking
Machines

Heavy Loads
or Shock Loads
(>0.13Cr(1))

Railway Axleboxes,
Industrial Vehicles,
Traction Motors,
Construction
Equipment,
Crushers

<18

js5
js6(j6)

18~100

<40

100~200

40~140

k6

140~200

m6

<18

js5~6 (j5~6)

18~100

<40

<40

k5~6

100~140

40~100

40~65

m5~6

140~200

100~140

65~100

m6

200~280

140~200

100~140

n6

200~400

140~280

p6

280~500

r6

over 500

r7

50~140

50~100

n6

140~200

100~140

p6

over 200

140~200

r6

200~500

r7

All Shaft Diameters

Axial Loads Only

All Types of Loading

h6

Radial Bearings with Tapered Bores and Sleeves


General bearing
Applications,
Railway Axleboxes
All Shaft Diameters
Transmission Shafts,
Woodworking
Spindles

js6 (j6)

h9/IT5
h10/IT7

Use g5 and h5 where


accuracy is required.
In case of large
bearings, f6 can be
used to allow easy axial
movement.

Examples

Solid
Housings

Rotating Normal or Heavy


Outer Ring Loads
Load
Light or Variable
Loads
Heavy Shock Loads
Normal or Heavy
Direction of Loads
Load
Indeterminate
Normal or Light
Loads

k6 and m6 can be
used for single-row
tapered roller
bearings and singlerow angular contact
ball bearings
instead of k5 and
m5.

More than CN
bearing internal
clearance is
necessary.

Solid or
Split
Housings
Rotating
Inner Ring
Load

Solid Housing

IT5 and IT7 mean that


the deviation of the shaft
from its true geometric
form, e. g. roundness and
cylindricity should be
within the tolerances of
IT5 and IT7 respectively.

Direction of
Load
Indeterminate

Rotating
Inner Ring
Load

Automotive Wheel Hubs


(Roller Bearings)
Crane Travelling Wheels
Automotive Wheel Hubs
(Ball Bearings)
Vibrating Screens

Conveyor Rollers
Rope Sheaves
Tension Pulleys

Tolerances for
Housing Bores

Axial Displacement
of Outer Ring

P7
N7
Impossible

Generally
Impossible

If axial displacement of
the outer ring is not
required.

Possible

Axial displacement of
outer ring is
necessary.

M7

Traction Motors
Pumps
Crankshaft Main
Bearings
Medium and Large
Motors

K7

JS7 (J7)

Loads of All kinds

General Bearing
Applications,
Railway Axleboxes

H7

Normal or Light
Loads

Plummer Blocks

H8

High Temperature Rise


of Inner Ring Through
Shaft

Paper Dryers

G7

Easily
possible

Possible

Grinding Spindle Rear


Ball Bearings
High Speed Centrifugal
Compessor Free
Bearings

JS6 (J6)

Grinding Spindle Front


Ball Bearings
High Speed Centrifugal
Compressor Fixed
Bearings

K6

Generally
Impossible

Accurate Running and


High Rigidity Desirable
under Variable Loads

Cylindrical Roller
Bearings for Machine
Tool Main Spindle

M6 or N6

Impossible

Minimum noise is
required.

Electrical Home
Appliances

Accurate Running
Desirable under
Normal or Light
Loads

Remarks

For heavy loads,


interference fit tighter
than K is used.
When high accuracy is
required, very strict
tolerances should be
used for fitting.

Easily
Possible

H6

Remarks This table is applicable to cast iron and steel housings. For housings made of light alloys, the interference should be
tighter than those in this table.

Note (1) Cr represents the basic load rating of the bearing.


Remarks This table is applicable only to solid steel shafts.

Table 9.5 Fits of Thrust Bearings with Housings


Table 9.3 Fits of Thrust Bearings with Shafts
Load Conditions
Central Axial Load Only
Stationary Inner
Combined
Ring Load
Radial and
Rotating
Inner Ring
Axial Loads
Load or Direction
(Spherical
of Load
Thrust Roller
Indeterminate
Bearings)

A 84

Load Conditions

Shaft Diameter (mm)

Tolerance
of Shaft

Main Shafts
of Lathes

All Shaft Diameters

h6 or
js6 (j6)

Cone Crushers

All Shaft Diameters

js6 (j6)

<200

k6

200~400

m6

over 400

n6

Examples

Paper Pulp
Refiners,
Plastic
Extruders

Thrust Ball
Bearings

Remarks
Axial Loads Only

Bearing Types

Combined
Radial
and Axial
Loads

Stationary Outer Ring Loads


Rotating Outer Ring Loads or
Direction of Load Indeterminate

Spherical Thrust
Roller Bearings
Steep Angle
Tapered Roller
Bearings
Spherical Thrust
Roller Bearings

Tolerances for
Remarks
Housing Bores
Clearance over 0.25mm For General Applications
When precision is required
H8
Outer ring has radial
clearance.

H7 or JS7 (J7)
K7
M7

When radial loads are sustained by


other bearings.

Normal Loads
Relatively Heavy Radial Loads

A 85

FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES

Table 9.6 Fits of Inch Design Tapered Roller Bearings with Shafts
(1) Bearings of Precision Classes 4 and 2

Units : m

(mm)

incl
1/25.4

Rotating Inner
Ring Loads

Normal Loads

Heavy Loads
Shock Loads
High Speeds

76.200
304.800
609.600

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000

76.200
304.800
609.600

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000

Rotating Outer
Ring Loads

Normal Loads
without Shocks

76.200
304.800
609.600

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000

76.200
304.800
609.600

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000

(mm)

1/25.4

high

low

high

low

76.200
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
304.800
609.600
914.400

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000

+13
+25
+51
+76
+13
+25
+51
+76
+13
+25
+51
+76
+13
+25
+51
+76

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

+ 38
+ 64
+127
+190
+ 64

+ 25
+ 38
+ 76
+114
+ 38

13
25
51
76

(2) Bearings of Precision Classes 3 and 0 (1)


Nominal Bore Diameters d

& ds

Operating Conditions

over

Rotating Outer
Ring Loads

Rotating Inner
Ring Loads

(mm)
Precision
Machine-Tool
Main Spindles
Heavy Loads
Shock Loads
High Speeds
Precision
Machine-Tool
Main Spindles

1/25.4

76.200
304.800
609.600

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000

76.200
304.800
609.600

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000

76.200
304.800
609.600

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000

For bearings with d152.4mm,


clearance is usually larger than CN.

The inner ring can be displaced


axially.

Used either
on free-end or
fixed-end

The outer ring


76.200
position cannot
127.000
be adjusted
304.800
axially.
609.600

(mm)

1/25.4

high

low

high

low

3.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000

+13
+13
+25
+38
+13
+13
+25
+38
+13
+13
+25
+38

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

+ 30
+ 30
+ 64
+102

+18
+18
+38
+64

+ 30
+ 30
+ 64
+102

3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000

Normal Loads
76.200
The outer ring
position cannot 127.000
be adjusted
304.800
axially.
609.600

3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000

1/25.4

high

low

high

low

3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000

+25
+25
+25
+51
+76
+25
+25
+25
+51
+76
+25
+25
+25
+51
+76
+25
+25
+25
+51
+76

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

+ 76
+ 76
+ 76
+152
+229
+ 25
+ 25
+ 51
+ 76
+127

+ 51
+ 51
+ 51
+102
+152

Operating Conditions

13
25
25
25
25
13
25
25
25
25

Outside Diameter
Tolerances
& Ds

Rotating Outer
Ring Loads

Note (1) For bearings with d greater than 304.8mm, Class 0 does not exist.

Used on freeend

152.400
304.800
609.600

Used on fixedend

152.400
304.800
609.600

6.0000
12.0000
24.0000

The outer ring 152.400


position can be
304.800
adjusted axially.
609.600

6.0000
12.0000
24.0000

The outer ring


position cannot 152.400
be adjusted
304.800
axially.
609.600

Normal Loads
76.200
The outer ring
position cannot 152.400
be adjusted
304.800
axially.
609.600

Housing Bore
Diameter
Tolerances

incl
1/25.4

6.0000
12.0000
24.0000
6.0000
12.0000
24.0000
3.0000
6.0000
12.0000
24.0000

Remarks

The outer ring can be easily


displaced axially.

The outer ring can be displaced


axially.

Generally, the outer ring is fixed


axially.

The outer ring is fixed axially.

Units : m

over

0
0
0
+ 25
+ 51
38
51
51
76
102
38
51
51
76
102

(2) Bearings of Precision Classes 3 and 0 (1)

(mm)

A minimum interference of about


0.00025 d is used.

+18
+18
+38
+64

3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000

(mm)
76.200
127.000
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
127.000
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
127.000
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
127.000
304.800
609.600
914.400

Nominal Outside Diameters D


Remarks

76.200
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
304.800
609.600
914.400

3.0000
5.0000
12.0000
24.0000

76.200
The outer ring
position can be 127.000
adjusted axially. 304.800
609.600

Housing Bore
Diameter
Tolerances

incl
1/25.4

76.200
127.000
304.800
609.600

Shaft Diameter
Tolerances

incl

over

Units : m
Bore Diameter
Tolerances

Operating Conditions
(mm)

In general, bearings with a clearance larger than CN are used.


g means that the average
+305 interference is about 0.0005 d.
0 The inner ring cannot be displaced axially.
0 When heavy or shock loads exist, the
0 figures in the above (Rotating inner ring
0 loads, heavy or shock loads) apply.

g
g
+381
+ 13
+ 25
+ 51
+ 76
0
0
0
0

Units : m
Outside Diameter
Tolerances
& Ds

Nominal Outside Diameters D


Remarks

Rotating Outer
Ring Loads

over

Shaft Diameter
Tolerances

Rotating Inner Ring Loads

& ds

(1) Bearings of Precision Classes 4 and 2

Rotating Inner Ring Loads

Bore Diameter
Tolerances

Nominal Bore Diameters d


Operating Conditions

Table 9.7 Fits of Inch Design Tapered Roller Bearings with Housings

(mm)

1/25.4

high

low

high

low

152.400
304.800
609.600
914.400
152.400
304.800
609.600
914.400
152.400
304.800
609.600
914.400
152.400
304.800
609.600
914.400
76.200
152.400
304.800
609.600
914.400

6.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
6.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
6.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
6.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000
3.0000
6.0000
12.0000
24.0000
36.0000

+13
+13
+25
+38
+13
+13
+25
+38
+13
+13
+25
+38
+13
+13
+25
+38
+13
+13
+13
+25
+38

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

+38
+38
+64
+89
+25
+25
+51
+76
+13
+25
+25
+38

+25
+25
+38
+51
+13
+13
+25
+38

0
0
0
0
13
13
13
13
13

0
0
0
0
13
25
25
38
25
25
38
38
51

Remarks

The outer ring can be easily


displaced axially.

The outer ring can be displaced


axially.

Generally, the outer ring is fixed


axially.

The outer ring is fixed axially.

The outer ring is fixed axially.

Note (1) For bearings with D greater than 304.8 mm, Class 0 does not exist.

A 86

A 87

FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES

9.2 Bearing Internal Clearances


9.2.1 Internal Clearances and Their Standards
The internal clearance in rolling bearings in operation
greatly influences bearing performance including
fatigue life, vibration, noise, heart-generation, etc.
Consequently, the selection of the proper internal
clearance is one of the most important tasks when
choosing a bearing after the type and size have been
determined.
This bearing internal clearance is the combined
clearances between the inner/outer rings and rolling
elements. The radial and axial clearances are defined
as the total amount that one ring can be displaced
relative to the other in the radial and axial directions
respectively (Fig. 9.1).

To obtain accurate measurements, the clearance is


generally measured by applying a specified measuring
load on the bearing; therefore, the measured clearance
(sometimes called measured clearance to make a
distinction) is always slightly larger than the theoretical
internal clearance (called geometrical clearance for
radial bearings) by the amount of elastic deformation
caused by the measuring load.
Therefore, the theoretical internal clearance may be
obtained by correcting the measured clearance by the
amount of elastic deformation. However, in the case of
roller bearings this elastic deformation is negligibly
small.
Usually the clearance before mounting is the one
specified as the theoretical internal clearance.
In Table 9.8, reference table and page numbers are
listed by bearing types.

Table 9.8 Index for Radial Internal Clearances


by Bearing Types
Table
Number

Page
Number

Deep Groove Ball Bearings

9.9

A89

Extra Small and Miniature Ball Bearings

9.10

A89

Magneto Bearings

9.11

A89

Self-Aligning Ball Bearings

9.12

A90

9.13.1

A90

9.13.2

A90

Bearing Types

Deep Groove
Ball Bearings
Radial Clearance

Axial Clearance

Cylindrical
Roller Bearings

Table 9.10 Radial Internal Clearances in Extra


Small and Miniature Ball Bearings
Units : m

Clearance

Nominal Bore
Diameter
d (mm)
over

incl

10 only
10
18

Units : m
Clearance MC1
Symbol

C2

CN

C3

C4

C5

min max

min max

min max

min max

min max

With Cylindrical Bores


Cylindrical
(Matched)
Roller Bearings
With Tapered Bores
(Matched)
With Cylindrical Bores
Spherical
Roller Bearings With Tapered Bores
Double-Row and Combined Tapered
Roller Bearings
Combined Angular Contact Ball
Bearings (1)
Four-Point Contact Ball Bearings (1)

9.14

A91

9.15

A92

9.15
9.17
9.18

Note (1) Values given are axial clearances.

A93
A94
A94

MC2

MC3

MC4

MC5

MC6

min max min max min max min max min max min max

18
24

0
0
0

7
9
10

2
3
5

13
18
20

8
11
13

23
25
28

14
18
20

29
33
36

20
25
28

37
45
48

24
30
40

30
40
50

1
1
1

11
11
11

5
6
6

20
20
23

13
15
18

28
33
36

23
28
30

41
46
51

30
40
45

53
64
73

50
65
80

65
80
100

1
1
1

15
15
18

8
10
12

28
30
36

23
25
30

43
51
58

38
46
53

61
71
84

55 90
65 105
75 120

100
120
140

120
140
160

2
2
2

20
23
23

15
18
18

41
48
53

36
41
46

66
81
91

61 97
90 140
71 114 105 160
81 130 120 180

160
180
200

180
200
225

2
2
2

25
30
35

20
25
25

61
71
85

53 102
91 147 135 200
63 117 107 163 150 230
75 140 125 195 175 265

225
250
280

250
280
315

2
2
2

40
45
55

30 95
85 160 145 225 205 300
35 105
90 170 155 245 225 340
40 115 100 190 175 270 245 370

315
355
400

355
400
450

3
3
3

60
70
80

45 125 110 210 195 300 275 410


55 145 130 240 225 340 315 460
60 170 150 270 250 380 350 510

450
500
560

500
560
630

3 90
10 100
10 110

70 190 170 300 280 420 390 570


80 210 190 330 310 470 440 630
90 230 210 360 340 520 490 690

630
710

710
800

20 130 110 260 240 400 380 570 540 760


20 140 120 290 270 450 430 630 600 840

For Motors
With Cylindrical Bores

Table 9.8 Bearing Internal Clearance

Table 9.9 Radial Internal Clearances in


Deep Groove Ball Bearings

Remarks To obtain the measured values, use the clearance correction for
radial clearance increase caused by the measuring load in the
table below.
Remarks For the C2 clearance class, the smaller value should be used for
bearings with minimum clearance and the larger value for
bearings near the maximum clearance range.

Clearance

0 5

3 8

5 10 8 13 13 20 20 28

Remarks 1. The standard clearance is MC3.


Remarks 2. To obtain the measured value, add
correction amount in the table below.
Units : m
Clearance
MC1 MC2 MC3 MC4 MC5 MC6
Symbol
Clearance
Correction
Value

The measuring loads are as


follows :
For miniature ball bearings*
2.5N {0.25kgf}
For extra small ball bearings*
4.4N {0.45kgf}
*For their classification, refer to
Table 1 on Page B 31.

Table 9.11 Radial Internal Clearances in


Magneto Bearings
Units : m

Nominal Bore
Diameter
d (mm)
over
2.5

Bearing
Series

incl
30

Clearance
min

max

EN

10

50

30

60

Units : m
Nominal Bore
Dia. d (mm)
over
10 (incl)
18
50

Measuring
Load
{kgf}

incl

(N)

18
50
280

24.5
49
147

Radial Clearance Correction


Amount
C2

{2.5} 3~4
{5}
4~5
{15}
6~8

CN

C3

C4

C5

4
5
8

4
6
9

4
6
9

4
6
9

Remarks For values exceeding 280mm, please contact NSK.

A 88

A 89

FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES

Table 9.12 Radial Internal Clearances in


Self-Aligning Ball Bearings
Clearance in Bearings with Cylindrical Bores

Nominal Bore
Dia. d (mm)

Table 9.14 Radial Internal Clearances in Cylindrical


Roller Bearings and Solid-Type Needle Roller Bearings

Units : m

Clearance in Bearings with Tapered Bores

C2

CN

C3

C4

C5

C2

CN

C3

C4

C5

min max

min max

min max

min max

min max

min max

min max

min max

min max

min max

33
42
48

32
34
40

50
52
58

7
9

17
20

13
15

26
28

20
23

33
39

28
33

42
50

37
44

55
62

46
50
62

66
71
88

12
14
18

24
27
32

19
22
27

35
39
47

29
33
41

46
52
61

40
45
56

59
65
80

52
58
73

72
79
99

54 83
76 108
64 96
89 124
75 114 105 145

23
29
35

39
47
56

35
42
50

57
68
81

50 75
69 98
91 123
62 90
84 116 109 144
75 108 100 139 130 170

100
90 135 125 175
120 110 161 150 210

40
45

68
74

60
65

over

incl

2.5
6
10

6
10
14

1
2
2

8
9
10

5
6
6

15
17
19

10
12
13

20
25
26

15
19
21

25
33
35

21
27
30

14
18
24

18
24
30

3
4
5

12
14
16

8
10
11

21
23
24

15
17
19

28
30
35

23
25
29

37
39
46

30
40
50

40
50
65

6
6
7

18
19
21

13
14
16

29
31
36

23
25
30

40
44
50

34
37
45

53
57
69

65
80
100

80
100
120

8
9
10

24
27
31

18
22
25

40
48
56

35
42
50

60
70
83

120
140

140
160

10
15

38
44

30
35

68
80

60
70

98
90 130 120 165 155 205
110 100 150 140 191 180 240

Table 9.13 Radial Internal Clearances in


Bearings for Electric Motors
Table 9.13. 1 Deep Groove Ball Bearings
for Electric Motors

over
10 (incl)

Clearance

Remarks

CM

Units : m

Recommended fit

Nominal Bore
Dia. d (mm)

incl

min

max

Shaft

over

18

11

js5 (j5)

Housing Bore

24

Clearance

incl min

CN

C3

C4

C5

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

75
75
75

65
70

CC1

CC2

CC3

CC (1)

max min max min max

CC4

CC5

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

65
70

75
80

10
24

10
24
30

0
0
0

25
25
25

20
20
20

45
45
45

35
35
35

60
60
60

50
50
50

30
40
50

40
50
65

5
5
10

30
35
40

25
30
40

50
60
70

45
50
60

70
80
90

60 85
80 105
70 100
95 125
80 110 110 140

65 80
80 100
100 120

10
15
15

45
50
55

40
50
50

75
85
90

120 140
140 160
160 180

15
20
25

60
70
75

180 200
200 225
225 250

80 120 140 180 180 220 275 315


35 90
90 145 140 195 195 250 275 330 15 45 40 80
90 135 155 200 200 240 305 350
45 105 105 165 160 220 220 280 305 365 15 50 45 90
45 110 110 175 170 235 235 300 330 395 15 50 50 100 100 150 170 215 215 265 330 380

250 280
280 315
315 355

55 125 125 195 190 260 260 330 370 440 20 55 55 110 110 165 185 240 240 295 370 420
55 130 130 205 200 275 275 350 410 485 20 60 60 120 120 180 205 265 265 325 410 470
65 145 145 225 225 305 305 385 455 535 20 65 65 135 135 200 225 295 295 360 455 520


90 5 15 10
95 5 15 10

20
25

20
25

30
35

35
40

45
50

45
50

55
60

5 15 12
5 18 15
5 20 15

25
30
35

25
30
35

40
45
50

45
50
55

55
65
75

55
65
75

70
80 95
80
95 110
90 110 130

65 100
90 125 130 165 10 25 20
75 110 105 140 155 190 10 30 25
85 125 125 165 180 220 10 30 25

40
45
50

40
45
50

60
70
80

70 90
90 110 130 150
80 105 105 125 155 180
95 120 120 145 180 205

60 105 100 145 145 190 200 245 10 35 30


70 120 115 165 165 215 225 275 10 35 35
75 125 120 170 170 220 250 300 10 40 35

60
65
75

60 90 105 135 135 160 200 230


65 100 115 150 150 180 225 260
75 110 125 165 165 200 250 285

355 400 100 190 190 280 280 370 370 460 510 600 25 75 75 150 150 225 255 330 330 405 510 585
400 450 110 210 210 310 310 410 410 510 565 665 25 85 85 170 170 255 285 370 370 455 565 650
450 500 110 220 220 330 330 440 440 550 625 735 25 95 95 190 190 285 315 410 410 505 625 720

Table 9.13.2 Cylindrical Roller Bearings


for Electric Motors

Units : m

Nominal Bore
Dia. d (mm)

over

C2

Units : m

Clearances in Non-Interchangeable Bearings


with Cylindrical Bores

Clearances in Bearings
with Cylindrical Bores

Nominal
Bore Dia.
d (mm)

Note (1) CC denotes normal clearance for non-Interchangeable cylindrical roller bearings and solid-type needle roller bearings.

Remarks

Interchangeable CT Non-Interchangeable CM Recommended Fit

incl

min

max

min

max

40

15

35

15

30

Shaft Housing Bore


Units : m

k5

Nominal
Bore Dia.
d (mm)

Clearances in Non-Interchangeable Bearings with Tapered Bores

18

30

12

40

50

20

40

20

35

30

50

17

50

65

25

45

25

40

over

incl

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

10
24
30

24
30
40

5
5
5

10
10
12

8
8

15
15

10
10
12

20
25
25

20
25
25

30
35
40

35
40
45

45
50
55

45
50
55

55
60
70

55
60
70

65
70
80

75
80
95

85
95
110

40
50
65

50
65
80

5
5
10

15
15
20

10
10
15

20
20
30

15
15
20

30
35
40

30
35
40

45
50
60

50
55
70

65
75
90

65
75
90

80
90
110

80
90
110

95
110
130

110
130
150

125
150
170

80
100
120

100
120
140

10
10
15

25
25
30

20
20
25

35
35
40

25
25
30

45
50
60

45
50
60

70
80
90

80
95
105

105
120
135

105
120
135

125
145
160

125
145
160

150
170
190

180
205
230

205
230
260

140
160
180

160
180
200

15
15
20

35
35
40

30
30
30

50
50
50

35
35
40

65
75
80

65
75
80

100
110
120

115
125
140

150
165
180

150
165
180

180
200
220

180
200
220

215
240
260

260
285
315

295
320
355

200
225
250

225
250
280

20
25
25

45
50
55

35
40
40

60
65
70

45
50
55

90
100
110

90
100
110

135
150
165

155
170
185

200
215
240

200
215
240

240
265
295

240
265
295

285
315
350

350
380
420

395
430
475

280
315
355

315
355
400

30
30
35

60
65
75

60
65
75

120
135
150

120
135
150

180
200
225

205
225
255

265
295
330

265
295
330

325
360
405

325
360
405

385
430
480

470
520
585

530
585
660

400
450

450
500

40
45

85
95

85
95

170
190

170
190

255
285

285
315

370
410

370
410

455
505

455
505

540
600

650
720

735
815

k5
50

80

12

22

80

100

18

30

H6~7
or
JS6~7
(J6~7)

65

80

30

50

30

45

80

100

35

60

35

55

100

120

35

65

35

60

100

120

18

30

120

160

24

38

120

140

40

70

40

65

The radial clearance increase caused by the


measuring load is equal to the correction amount
for CN clearance in the remarks under Table 9.9.

140

160

50

85

50

80

160

180

60

95

60

90

180

200

65

105

65

100

Remarks

m5

m5

n6

JS6~7
(J6~7)
or
K6~7

CC9 (1)

CC0

CC1

CC2

CC (2)

CC3

CC4

CC5

Notes (1) Clearance CC9 is applicable to cylindrical roller bearings with tapered bores in ISO Tolerance Classes 5 and 4.
Notes (2) CC denotes normal clearance for non-Interchangeable cylindrical roller bearings and solid-type needle roller
bearings.

A 90

A 91

FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES

Table 9.15 Radial Internal Clearances in


Spherical Roller Bearings
Nominal
Bore Dia.
d (mm)

Clearance in Bearings with Cylindrical Bores


C2

CN

C3

incl

24
30
40

30
40
50

15
15
20

25
30
35

25
30
35

40
45
55

55
60
75

50
65
80

65
80
100

20
30
35

40
50
60

40 65 65
50 80 80
60 100 100

100
120
140

120
140
160

160
180
200

180
200
225

C5

C2

CN

C3

55
60
75

75
80
100

75
80
100

95
100
125

20
25
30

30
35
45

30
35
45

40
50
60

40
50
60

55
65
80

90
110
135

90
110
135

120
145
180

120
145
180

150
180
225

40
50
55

55
70
80

55
70
80

75
95
110

75
95
110

40 75 75 120 120
50 95 95 145 145
60 110 110 170 170

160
190
220

160
190
220

210
240
280

210
240
280

260
300
350

65 100 100
80 120 120
90 130 130

135
160
180

65 120 120 180 180


70 130 130 200 200
80 140 140 220 220

240
260
290

240
260
290

310
340
380

310
340
380

390 100 140 140


430 110 160 160
470 120 180 180

225
250
280

250 90 150 150 240 240


280 100 170 170 260 260
315 110 190 190 280 280

320
350
370

320
350
370

420
460
500

420
460
500

315
355
400

355 120 200 200 310 310


400 130 220 220 340 340
450 140 240 240 370 370

410
450
500

410
450
500

550
600
660

550
600
660

450
500
560

500 140 260 260 410 410


560 150 280 280 440 440
630 170 310 310 480 480

550
600
650

550
600
650

720
780
850

630
710
800

710 190 350 350 530 530


800 210 390 390 580 580
900 230 430 430 650 650

700
770
860

1 000
1 120
1 250
1 400

260
290
320
350

480
530
580
640

480
530
580
640

710
780
860
950

max

55
65
80

75
85
100

75
85
100

95
105
130

95
120
140

95
120
140

120
150
180

120
150
180

160
200
230

135
160
180

170
200
230

170
200
230

220
260
300

220
260
300

280
330
380

200
220
250

200
220
250

260
290
320

260
290
320

340
370
410

340
370
410

430
470
520

520 140 200 200


570 150 220 220
630 170 240 240

270
300
330

270
300
330

350
390
430

350
390
430

450
490
540

450
490
540

570
620
680

690 190 270 270


750 210 300 300
820 230 330 330

360
400
440

360
400
440

470
520
570

470
520
570

590
650
720

590
650
720

740
820
910

720 900 260 370 370


780 1 000 290 410 410
850 1 100 320 460 460

490
540
600

490
540
600

630
680
760

630
680
760

790
870
980

790 1 000
870 1 100
980 1 230

700 920 920 1 190 350 510 510


770 1 010 1 010 1 300 390 570 570
860 1 120 1 120 1 440 440 640 640

670
750
840

670 850 850 1 090 1 090 1 360


750 960 960 1 220 1 220 1 500
840 1 070 1 070 1 370 1 370 1 690

1 220 1 220 1 570


1 330

1 460

1 620

490
530
570
620

710
770
830
910

710 930 930


770 1 030 1 030
830 1 120 1 120
910 1 230 1 230

max min

C5
max min

710 930 930


780 1 020 1 020
860 1 120 1 120
950 1 240 1 240

max min

C4

max min max min

40
45
55

max min

Clearance in Bearings with Tapered Bores

max min

900
1 000
1 120
1 250

min max min max min

C4

over

Table 9.16 Radial Internal Clearances in Double-Row and


Combined Tapered Roller Bearings

Units : m

1 190
1 300
1 420
1 560

1 190
1 300
1 420
1 560

1 520 1 520 1 860


1 670

1 830

2 000

over

incl

Units : m

Clearance

Cylindrical
Bore
Tapered Bore
Nominal Bore
Dia. d (mm)

C1

C2

CN

C3

C4

C5

C1

C2

CN

C3

C4

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

18
24

18
24
30

0
0
0

10
10
10

10
10
10

20
20
20

20
20
20

30
30
30

35
35
40

45
45
50

50
50
50

60
60
60

min
65
65
70

max
75
75
80

30
40
50

40
50
65

0
0
0

12
15
15

12
15
15

25
30
35

25
30
35

40
45
55

45
50
60

60
65
80

60
65
80

75
80
100

80
95
110

95
110
130

65
80
100

80
100
120

0
0
5

20
25
30

20
25
30

40
50
55

40
50
55

60
75
80

70
80
90

90
105
115

90
105
120

110
130
145

130
155
180

150
180
210

120
140
160

140
160
180

5
10
10

35
40
45

35
40
45

65
70
80

65
70
80

95
100
115

100
110
125

130
140
160

135
150
165

165
180
200

200
220
250

230
260
290

180
200
225

200
225
250

10
20
20

50
60
65

50
60
65

90
100
110

90
100
110

130
140
155

140
150
165

180
190
210

180
200
220

220
240
270

280
300
330

320
340
380

250
280
315

280
315
355

20
30
30

70
80
80

70
80
80

120
130
130

120
130
140

170
180
190

180
190
210

230
240
260

240
260
290

290
310
350

370
410
450

420
460
510

355
400
450

400
450
500

40
45
50

90
95
100

90
95
100

140
145
150

150
170
190

200
220
240

220
250
280

280
310
340

330
370
410

390
430
470

510
560
620

570
620
680

500
560
630

560
630
710

60
70
80

110
120
130

110
120
130

160
170
180

210
230
260

260
290
310

310
350
390

380
420
470

450
500
560

520
570
640

700
780
870

770
850
950

710
800
900

800
900
1 000

90
100
120

140
150
170

150
160
180

200
210
230

290
320
360

340
370
410

430
480
540

510
570
630

630
700
780

710
790
870

980
1 100
1 200

1 060
1 200
1 300

1 000
1 120
1 250

1 120
1 250
1 400

130
150
170

190
210
240

200
220
250

260
280
320

400
450
500

460
510
570

600
670
750

700
770
870

1.5
Remarks Axial internal clearance & a = & r cot H e & r
Remarks where & r : Radial internal clearance
: Contact angle
e : Constant (Listed in bearing tables)

A 92

A 93

FITS AND INTERNAL CLEARANCES

Table 9.17 Axial Internal Clearances in Combined Angular Contact


Ball Bearings (Measured Clearance)

Units : m

Axial Internal Clearance

Nominal Bore
Diameter.
d (mm)

Contact Angle 30
CN

Contact Angle 40

C3

C4

CN

C3

C4

over

incl

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

10
18

10
18
24

9
10
19

29
30
39

29
30
39

49
50
59

49
50
59

69
70
79

6
7
13

26
27
33

26
27
33

46
47
53

46
47
53

66
67
73

24
30
40

30
40
50

20
26
29

40
46
49

40
46
49

60
66
69

60
66
69

80
86
89

14
19
21

34
39
41

34
39
41

54
59
61

54
59
61

74
79
81

50
65
80

65
80
100

35
38
49

60
63
74

60
63
74

85
88
99

85
88
99

110
115
125

25
27
35

50
52
60

50
52
60

75
77
85

75
77
85

100
100
110

100
120
140

120
140
160

72
85
90

97
115
120

97
115
120

120
145
150

120
145
150

145
175
180

52
63
66

77
93
96

77
93
96

100
125
125

100
125
125

125
155
155

160
180

180
200

95
110

125
140

125
140

155
170

155
170

185
200

68
80

98
110

98
110

130
140

130
140

160
170

Remarks This table is applicable to bearings in Tolerance Classes Normal and 6. For internal axial clearances in bearings in
tolerance classes better than 5 and contact angles of 15 and 25, it is advisable to consult NSK.
Table 9.18 Axial Internal Clearance in Four-Point
Contact Ball Bearings
(Measured Clearances)
Units : m
Axial Internal Clearance

Nominal Bore
Dia. d (mm)

C2

CN

over

incl

min

max

min

10
18
40

18
40
60

15
26
36

55
66
86

45
56
76

60
80
100

80
100
140

46
56
66

140
180
220
260
300
350
400

C3

max

85
75
106
96
126 116

125 115
146 136
166 156

165
186
206

96
86
106
96
126 116

136 126
156 136
176 156

176 166
196 186
216 206

226
246
266

180
76
220
96
260 115

156 136
176 156
196 175

196 176
226 206
245 225

246 226
276 256
305 285

296
326
365

300
350
400
500

215
235
265
305

275
305
335
385

335
365
405
455

395
425
475
525

195
215
245
285

min

C4
min

135
155
175
205

max

255
275
315
355

max

315
345
385
435

9.2.2 Selection of Bearing Internal Clearances


Among the bearing internal clearances listed in the
tables, the CN Clearance is adequate for standard
operating conditions. The clearance becomes
progressively smaller from C2 to C1 and larger from
C3 to C5.

Standard operating conditions are defined as those


where the inner ring speed is less than approximately
50% of the limiting speed listed in the bearing tables,
the load is less than normal (PH0.1C r ), and the
bearing is tight-fitted on the shaft.
As a measure to reduce bearing noise for electric
motors, the radial clearance range is narrower than the
normal class and the values are somewhat smaller for
deep groove ball bearings and cylindrical roller
bearings for electric motors. (Refer to Table 9.13.1 and
9.13.2)
Internal clearance varies with the fit and temperature
differences in operation. The changes in radial
clearance in a roller bearing are shown in Fig. 9.2.
(1) Decrease in Radial Clearance Caused by Fitting
and Residual Clearance
When the inner ring or the outer ring is tight-fitted on a
shaft or in a housing, a decrease in the radial internal
clearance is caused by the expansion or contraction of
the bearing rings. The decrease varies according to the
bearing type and size and design of the shaft and
housing. The amount of this decrease is approximately
70 to 90% of the interference (refer to Section 15.2,
Fits (1), Pages A130 to A133). The internal clearance
after subtracting this decrease from the theoretical
internal clearance & 0 is called the residual clearance,
& f.

(2) Decrease in Radial Internal Clearance Caused by


Temperature Differences between Inner and
Outer Rings and Effective Clearance
The frictional heat generated during operation is
conducted away through the shaft and housing. Since
housings generally conduct heat better than shafts, the
temperature of the inner ring and the rolling elements
is usually higher than that of the outer ring by 5 to 10
C. If the shaft is heated or the housing is cooled, the
difference in temperature between the inner and outer
rings is greater. The radial clearance decreases due to
the thermal expansion caused by the temperature
difference between the inner and outer rings. The
amount of this decrease can be calculated using the
following equations:

Outer ring

Roller
& f :Residual clearance
& f = & 0 fi fe
fi : Decrease in clearance
due to fit between
inner ring and shaft (=&Di )
:
Decrease
in clearance due
t
to temperature difference
between inner and outer rings

tH & t De ..................................... (9.6)


where t : Decrease in radial clearance due to
temperature difference between inner and
outer rings (mm)
: Coefficient of linear expansion of bearing
steelH12.5 106 (1/C)
& t : Temperature difference between inner and
outer rings (C)
De : Outer ring raceway diameter (mm)
For ball bearings
1
(4D + d) ..................... (9.7)
5
For roller bearings

Fig. 9.2 Changes in Radial Internal Clearance of Bearings

DeH

DeH

1
(3D + d) ..................... (9.8)
4

The clearance after substracting this t from the


residual clearance, & f is called the effective clearance,
& . Theoretically, the longest life of a bearing can be
expected when the effective clearance is slightly
negative. However, it is difficult to achieve such an
ideal condition, and an excessive negative clearance
will greatly shorten the bearing life. Therefore, a
clearance of zero or a slightly positive amount, instead
of a negative one, should be selected. When single-row
angular contact ball bearings or tapered roller bearings
are used facing each other, there should be a small
effective clearance, unless a preload is required. When
two cylindrical roller bearings with a rib on one side
are used facing each other, it is necessary to provide
adequate axial clearance to allow for shaft elongation
during operation.
The radial clearances used in some specific
applications are given in Table9.19. Under special
operating conditions, it is advisable to consult NSK.

Table 9. 19 Examples of Clearances for Specific


Applications
Operating Conditions
When shaft deflection is
large.
When steam passes
through hollow shafts or
roller shafts are heated.

When impact loads and


vibration are severe or
when both the inner and
outer rings are tightfitted.
When both the inner and
outer rings are loosefitted

Examples

Internal
Clearance

Semi-floating rear
wheels of automobiles

C5 or equivalent

Dryers in paper making


machines

C3, C4

Table rollers for rolling


mills

C3

Traction motors for


railways
Vibrating screens

C4
C3, C4

Fluid couplings

C4

Final reduction gears for


tractors

C4

Rolling mill roll necks

When noise and vibration Small motors with


restrictions are severe
special specifications
When clearance is
adjusted after mounting
to prevent shaft
deflection, etc.

A 94

& : Effective Clearance


&= &f t
fe : Decrease in clearance due
to fit between outer ring
and housing bore
(=&De)
&
&f & &
0
0 : Theoretical internal
clearance
(Geometrical
clearance)

Main shafts of lathes

C2 or equivalent
C1, C2, CM

CC9, CC1

A 95

10. PRELOAD
10.2.2 Constant-Pressure Preload

10.3.2 Constant-Pressure Preload and Rigidity

A constant pressure preload is achieved using a coil or


leaf spring to impose a constant preload. Even if the
relative position of the bearings changes during
operation, the magnitude of the preload remains
relatively constant (refer to Fig. 10.2)

A preload diagram for duplex bearings under a


constant-pressure preload is shown in Fig. 10.5. The
deflection curve of the spring is nearly parallel to the
horizontal axis because the rigidity of springs is lower
than that of the bearing. As a result, the rigidity under
a constant-pressure preload is approximately equal to
that for a single bearing with a preload Fa 0 applied to
it. Fig. 10.6 presents a comparison of the rigidity of a
bearing with a position preload and one with a
constant-pressure preload.

10.1 Purpose of Preload

Fig. 10.2 Constant-Pressure Preload

10.3 Preload and Rigidity


10.3.1 Position Preload and Rigidity
When the inner rings of the duplex bearings shown in
Fig.10.3 are fixed axially, bearings A and B are
displaced a0 and axial space 2 a 0 between the inner
rings is eliminated. With this condition, a preload Fa0
is imposed on each bearing. A preload diagram
showing bearing rigidity, that is the relation between
load and displacement with a given axial load F a
imposed on a duplex set, is shown in Fig. 10.4.

(1) By installing a duplex bearing set with previously


adjusted stand-out dimensions (see Page A7, Fig.
1.1) and axial clearance.
(2) By using a spacer or shim of proper size to obtain
the required spacing and preload. (Refer to Fig.
10.1)
(3) By utilizing bolts or nuts to allow adjustment of the
axial preload. In this case, the starting torque
should be measured to verify the proper preload.

A 96

Axial Load

A comparison of the rigidity using both preloading


methods is shown in Fig. 10.6. The position preload
and constant-pressure preload may be compared as
follows:
(1) When both of the preloads are equal, the position
preload provides greater bearing rigidity, in other
words, the deflection due to external loads is less
for bearings with a position preload.
(2) In the case of a position preload, the preload varies
depending on such factors as a difference in axial
expansion due to a temperature difference between
the shaft and housing, a difference in radial
expansion due to a temperature difference between
the inner and outer rings, deflection due to load,
etc.

Fa

Fa0

Fig. 10.5 Axial Displacement with Constant-Pressure Preload


Bearing A

Fa

Fa0

FaA

Fa0
FaB

a0

a0

Fig. 10.3 Back-to-Back Duplex Bearing Preload

Axial Displacement

a0

Bearing Bearing
A
B

Fa Fa0

Bearing A

aA

Bearing B

10.2.1 Position Preload


A position preload is achieved by fixing two axially
opposed bearings in such a way that a preload is
imposed on them. Their position, once fixed, remain
unchanged while in operation.
In practice, the following three methods are generally
used to obtain a position preload.

10.4.1 Comparison of Preloading Methods

aA
a0

aB

Axial Displacement

a
a

a0

Fa : Axial load applied from outside


Fa A: Axial load imposed on Bearing A
FaB: Axial load imposed on Bearing B

Bea
rin
Pos g with
ition
Prelo
ad
Bea
ring
Con
stan with
t
Bea -Press
ure
ring
Pre
wit
load
hou
tP
relo
ad

10.2 Preloading Methods

Fig. 10.1 Position Preload

Axial Load

(1) To maintain the bearings in exact position both


radially and axially and to maintain the running
accuracy of the shaft.
...Main shafts of machine tools, precision
instruments, etc.
(2) To increase bearing rigidity
...Main shafts of machine tools, pinion shafts of
final drive gears of automobiles, etc.
(3) To minimize noise due to axial vibration and
resonance
...Small electric motors, etc.
(4) To prevent sliding between the rolling elements and
raceways due to gyroscopic moments
...High speed or high acceleration applications of
angular contact ball bearings, and thrust ball
bearings
(5) To maintain the rolling elements in their proper
position with the bearing rings
...Thrust ball bearings and spherical thrust roller
bearings mounted on a horizontal shaft

In the case of a constant-pressure preload, it is


possible to minimize any change in the preload
because the variation of the spring load with shaft
expansion and contraction is negligible. From the
foregoing explanation, it is seen that position preloads
are generally preferred for increasing rigidity and
constant-pressure preloads are more suitable for high
speed applications, for prevention of axial vibration, for
use with thrust bearings on horizontal shafts, etc.

10.4 Selection of Preloading Method and


Amount of Preload

The main purposes and some typical applications of


preloaded bearings are as follows:

Axial Load

Rolling bearings usually retain some internal clearance


while in operation. In some cases, however, it is
desirable to provide a negative clearance to keep them

internally stressed. This is called preloading . A


preload is usually applied to bearings in which the
clearance can be adjusted during mounting, such as
angular contact ball bearings or tapered roller
bearings. Usually, two bearings are mounted face-toface or back-to-back to form a duplex set with a
preload.

a : Displacement of duplex
bearing set
a A : Displacement of Bearing A
aB : Displacement of Bearing B

Fig. 10.4 Axial Displacement with Position Preload

Fa

a
Axial Displacement

Fig. 10.6 Comparison of Rigidities and Preloading Methods

A 97

PRELOAD

10.4.2 Amount of Preload

(2) Preload of Thrust Ball Bearings

(3) Preload of Spherical Thrust Roller Bearings

If the preload is larger than necessary, abnormal heart


generation, increased frictional torque, reduced fatigue
life, etc. may occur. The amount of the preload should
be carefully determined considering the operating
conditions and the purpose of the preload.

When the balls in thrust ball bearings rotate at


relatively high speeds, sliding due to gyroscopic
moments on the balls may occur. The larger of the two
values obtained from Equations(10.1) and (10.2)
below should be adopted as the minimum axial load in
order to prevent such sliding

When spherical thrust roller bearings are used, damage


such as scoring may occur due to sliding between the
rollers and outer ring raceway. The minimum axial load
Fa min necessary to prevent such sliding is obtained
from the following equation:

(1) Preloading of Duplex Angular Contact Ball


Bearings
Average preloads for duplex angular contact ball
bearings (contact angle of 15) with precision better
than P5 class, which are used on the main shafts of
machine tools, are listed in Table 10.2.
The recommended fitting between the shaft and inner
ring and between the housing and outer ring are listed
in Table 10.1. In the case of fits with housings, the
lower limit of the fitting range should be selected for
fixed-end bearings and the upper limit for free-end
bearings.
As a general rule, an extra light or light preload should
be selected for grinding spindles and the main shafts
of machining centers, while a medium preload should
be adopted for the main shafts of lathes requiring
rigidity.
When speeds result in a value of Dpw n (dmn value)
higher than 500000, the preload should be very
carefully studied and selected. In such a case, please
consult with NSK beforehand.

Table 10. 1 Recommended Fitting for


High Accuracy Duplex
Angular Contact Ball
Bearings with Preload
Units : m
Nominal Bore
Dia. d (mm)

Target Shaft
Interference

Nominal Outside
Dia.
D (mm)

Target
Housing
Clearance

over

incl

over

incl

18
30

18
30
50

0 2.5
0 2.5
0 2.5

18
30

18
30
50

2 6
2 6

50
80
120

80
120
150

0 3.5
0 4.5

50
80
120

80
120
150

3 8
3 9
412

150
180

180
250

150
180

180
250

412
515

Table 10. 2 Preloads for Duplex


Table 10. 2. 2 Duplex

Table 10. 2. 1 Duplex Bearings of Series 79

Fa min =

C 0a
100

Fa min =

C 0a
1000

where

Light
Preload L

( Nmax )

Fa min =

........................ (10.1)

C 0a
1000

................................ (10.2)

Angular Contact Ball Bearings


Bearings of Series 70

Table 10. 2. 3 Duplex Bearings of Series 72


Units : N

Preloads
Medium
Preload M

Heavy
Preload H

................................ (10.3)

Units : N

Preloads
Extra light
Preload EL

Fa min : Minimum axial load (N), {kgf}


n : Speed (rpm)
C 0 a : Basic static load rating (N), {kgf}
Nmax : Limiting speed (oil lubrication) (rpm)

Units : N
Bearing
No.

Bearing
No.

Extra light
Preload EL

Light
Preload L

Preloads

Medium
Preload M

Heavy
Preload H

Bearing
No.

Extra light
Preload EL

Light
Preload L

Medium
Preload M

Heavy
Preload H

7900 C
7901 C
7902 C

7
8.6
12

15
15
25

29
39
49

59
78
100

7000 C
7001 C
7002 C

12
12
14

25
25
29

49
59
69

100
120
150

7200 C
7201 C
7202 C

14
19
19

29
39
39

69
100
100

150
200
200

7903 C
7904 C
7905 C

12
19
19

25
39
39

59
78
100

120
150
200

7003 C
7004 C
7005 C

14
24
29

29
49
59

69
120
150

150
250
290

7203 C
7204 C
7205 C

24
34
39

49
69
78

150
200
200

290
390
390

7906 C
7907 C
7908 C

24
34
39

49
69
78

100
150
200

200
290
390

7006 C
7007 C
7008 C

39
60
60

78
120
120

200
250
290

390
490
590

7206 C
7207 C
7208 C

60
75
100

120
150
200

290
390
490

590
780
980

7909 C
7910 C
7911 C

50
50
60

100
100
120

200
250
290

390
490
590

7009 C
7010 C
7011 C

75
75
100

150
150
200

340
390
490

690
780
980

7209 C
7210 C
7211 C

125
125
145

250
250
290

540
590
780

1 080
1 180
1 570

7912 C
7913 C
7914 C

60
75
100

120
150
200

290
340
490

590
690
980

7012 C
7013 C
7014 C

100
125
145

200
250
290

540
540
740

1 080
1 080
1 470

7212 C
7213 C
7214 C

195
220
245

390
440
490

930
1 080
1 180

1 860
2 160
2 350

7915 C
7916 C
7917 C

100
100
145

200
200
290

490
490
640

980
980
1 270

7015 C
7016 C
7017 C

145
195
195

290
390
390

780
930
980

1 570
1 860
1 960

7215 C
7216 C
7217 C

270
295
345

540
590
690

1 230
1 370
1 670

2 450
2 750
3 330

7918 C
7919 C
7920 C

145
145
195

290
290
390

740
780
880

1 470
1 570
1 770

7018 C
7019 C
7020 C

245
270
270

490
540
540

1 180
1 180
1 270

2 350
2 350
2 550

7218 C
7219 C
7220 C

390
440
490

780
880
980

1 860
2 060
2 350

3 730
4 120
4 710

A 98

A 99

11. DESIGN OF SHAFTS AND HOUSINGS


11.1 Accuracy and Surface Finish of Shafts
and Housings
If the accuracy of a shaft or housing does not meet the
specification, the performance of the bearings will be
affected and they will not provide their full capability.
For example, inaccuracy in the squareness of the shaft
shoulder may cause misalignment of the bearing inner
and outer rings, which may reduce the bearing fatigue
life by adding an edge load in addition to the normal
load. Cage fracture and seizure sometimes occur for
this same reason. Housings should be rigid in order to
provide firm bearing support. High rigidity housings
are advantageous also from he standpoint of noise,
load distribution, etc.
For normal operating conditions, a turned finish or
smooth bored finish is sufficient for the fitting surface;
however, a ground finish is necessary for applications
where vibration and noise must be low or where heavy
loads are applied.
In cases where two or more bearings are mounted in
one single-piece housing, the fitting surfaces of the
housing bore should be designed so both bearing
seats may be finished together with one operation
such as in -line boring. In the case of split housings,
care must be taken in the fabrication of the housing so
the outer ring will not become deformed during
installation. The accuracy and surface finish of shafts
and housings are listed in Table 11.1 for normal
operating conditions.

11.2 Shoulder and Fillet Dimensions


The shoulders of the shaft or housing in contact with
the face of a bearing must be perpendicular to the
shaft center line. (Refer to Table 11.1) The front face
side shoulder bore of the housing for a tapered roller
bearing should be parallel with the bearing axis in
order to avoid interference with the cage.
The fillets of the shaft and housing should not come in
contact with the bearing chamfer; therefore, the fillet
radius ra must be smaller than the minimum bearing
chamfer dimension r or r1 .

Tolerance for
Out-of-roundness

Tolerance for
Cylindricality

Class of
Bearings

Shaft

Housing Bore

Normal, Class 6 I T3 ~ I T4
2
2

I T4
I T5
2 ~ 2

Class 5, Class 4 I T2 ~ I T3
2
2

I T2
I T3
2 ~ 2

Normal, Class 6 I T3 ~ I T4
2
2

I T4
I T5
2 ~ 2

Class 5, Class 4 I T2 ~ I T3
2
2

I T2
I T3
2 ~ 2

Tolerance for
Shoulder Runout

Normal, Class 6

I T3

I T3~I T4

Class 5, Class 4

I T3

I T3

Roughness of
Fitting Surfaces

Small Bearings

0.8

1.6

Large Bearings

1.6

3.2

Ra

Remarks This table is for general recommendation using


radius measuring method, the basic tolerance (IT)
class should be selected in accordance with the
bearing precision class. Regarding the figures of
I T, please refer to the Appendix Table 11 (page
C22).
Remarks In cases that the outer ring is mounted in the
housing bore with interference or that a thin crosssection bearing is mounted on a shaft and housing,
the accuracy of the shaft and housing should be
higher since this affects the bearing raceway
directly.
A 100

Units : mm
Nominal
Chamfer
Dimensions

Shaft or Housing
Fillet
Radius

r (min)
or
r1 (min)

ra (max)

Housing

r(min) or r1(min)
ra

r(min) or r1(min)
h

Bearing

ra

r(min)

r(min)

or r1(min)

or r1(min)

Shaft

Table 11. 1 Accuracy and Roughness of Shaft and


Housing
Item

Table 11. 2 Recommended Minimum Shoulder Heights for


Use with Metric Series Radial Bearings

Fig. 11.1 Chamfer Dimensions, Fillet Radius of


Fig.11.1 Shaft and Housing, and Shoulder Height

The shoulder heights for both shafts and housings for


radial bearings should be sufficient to provide good
support over the face of the bearings, but enough face
should extend beyond the shoulder to permit use of
special dismounting tools. The recommended
minimum shoulder heights for metric series radial
bearings are listed in Table 11.2
Nominal dimensions associated with bearing mounting
are listed in the bearing tables including the proper
shoulder diameters. Sufficient shoulder height is
particularly important for supporting the side ribs of
tapered roller bearings and cylindrical roller bearings
subjected to high axial loads.
The values of h and ra in Table 11.2 should be adopted
in those cases where the fillet radius of the shaft or
housing is as shown in Fig. 11.2 (a), while the values
in Table 11.3 are generally used with an undercut fillet
radius produced when grinding the shaft as shown in
Fig. 11.2 (b).

Minimun Shoulder Heights


h (min)
Deep Groove Ball
Bearings,
Self-Aligning Ball
Bearings,
Cylindrical Roller
Bearings,
Needle Roller
Bearings

ra

h r
Angular Contact
Ball Bearings,
Tapered Roller
Bearings, Spherical
Roller Bearings

0.05
0.08
0.1

0.05
0.08
0.1

0.2
0.3
0.4

0.15
0.2
0.3

0.15
0.2
0.3

0.6
0.8
1

1.25

0.6
1
1.1

0.6
1
1

2
2.5
3.25

2.5
3
3.5

1.5
2
2.1

1.5
2
2

4
4.5
5.5

4.5
5
6

2.5
3
4

2
2.5
3

6.5
8

6
7
9

5
6
7.5

4
5
6

10
13
16

11
14
18

9.5
12
15
19

8
10
12
15

20
24
29
38

22
27
32
42

Remarks 1. When heavy axial loads are applied, the


shoulder height must be sufficiently higher than
the values listed.
Remarks 2. The fillet radius of the corner is also applicable
to thrust bearings.
Remarks 3. The shoulder diameter is listed instead of
shoulder height in the bearing tables.

(min)

rg

h r
(min)

r
(min)

(min)

b
(b)

(a)

Fig. 11. 2 Chamfer Dimensions, Fillet Radius, and


Fig.11. 2 Shoulder Height

Table 11. 3 Shaft Undercut


Units : mm
Chamfer Dimensions
of Inner and
Outer Rings

Undercut Dimensions

r (min) or r1 (min)

rg

1
1.1
1.5

0.2
0.3
0.4

1.3
1.5
2

2
2.4
3.2

2
2.1
2.5

0.5
0.5
0.5

2.5
2.5
2.5

4
4
4

3
4
5

0.5
0.5
0.6

3
4
5

4.7
5.9
7.4

6
7.5

0.6
0.6

6
7

8.6
10

A 101

DESIGN OF SHAFTS AND HOUSINGS

11.3 Bearing Seals

For thrust bearings, the squareness and contact area of


the supporting face for the bearing rings must be
adequate. In the case of thrust ball bearings, the
housing shoulder diameter Da should be less than the
pitch circle diameter of the balls, and the shaft
shoulder diameter da should be greater than the pitch
circle diameter of the balls (Fig. 11.3).
For thrust roller bearings, it is advisable for the full
contact length between rollers and rings to be
supported by the shaft and housing shoulder (Fig.
11.4).
These diameters da and Da are listed in the bearing
tables.

To insure the longest possible life of a bearing, it may


be necessary to provide seals to prevent leakage of
lubricant and entry of dust, water and other harmful
material like metallic particles. The seals must be free
from excessive running friction and the probability of
seizure. They should also be easy to assemble and
disassemble. It is necessary to select a suitable seal
for each application considering the lubricating
method.
11.3.1 Non-Contact Type Seals
Various sealing devices that do not contact the shaft,
such as oil grooves, flingers, and labyrinths, are
available. Satisfactory sealing can usually be obtained
with such seals because of their close running
clearance. Centrifugal force may also assist in
preventing internal contamination and leakage of the
lubricant.

jd a

(1) Oil Groove Seals


The effectiveness of oil groove seals is obtained by
means of the small gap between the shaft and housing
bore and by multiple grooves on either or both of the
housing bore and shaft surface (Fig. 11.5 (a), (b)).
Since the use of oil grooves alone is not completely
effective, except at low speeds, a flinger or labyrinth
type seal is often combined with an oil groove seal
(Fig. 11.5 (c)). The entry of dust is impeded by packing
grease with a consistency of about 200 into the
grooves.
The smaller the gap between the shaft and housing,
the greater the sealing effect; however, the shaft and
housing must not come in contact while running. The
recommended gaps are given in Table 11.4.
The recommended groove width is approximately 3 to
5mm, with a depth of about 4 to 5mm. In the case of
sealing methods using grooves only, there should be
three or more grooves.

jDa
Fig. 11.3 Face Supporting Diameters
Fig. 11. 3 for Thrust Ball Bearings

jda

jDa

(2) Flinger (Slinger) Type Seals


A flinger is designed to force water and dust away by
means of the centrifugal force acting on any
contaminants on the shaft. Sealing mechanisms with
flingers inside the housing as shown in Fig. 11.6 (a),
(b) are mainly intended to prevent oil leakage, and are
used in environments with relatively little dust. Dust
and moisture are prevented from entering by the
centrifugal force of flingers shown in Figs 11.6 (c), (d).

Table 11. 4 Gaps between Shafts and


Housings for
Oil-Groove Type Seals

Table 11. 5 Labyrinth Seal Gaps


Units : mm

Units : mm
Labyrinth Gaps
Nominal Shaft Diameter

Radial Gap

Under 50

0.25 ~ 0.4

50-200

0.5 ~ 1.5

(a)

Fig. 11.4 Face Supporting Diameters


Fig. 11.4 for Thrust Roller Bearings

(a)

(3) Labyrinth Seals


Labyrinth seals are formed by interdigitated segments
attached to the shaft and housing that are separated by
a very small gap. They are particularly suitable for
preventing oil leakage from the shaft at high speeds.
The type shown in Fig. 11.7 (a) is widely used because
of its ease of assembly, but those shown in Fig. 11.7
(b), (c) have better seal effectiveness.

Nominal Shaft Diameter


Radial Gap

Axiall Gap

Under 50

0.25 ~ 0.4

1~2

50-200

0.5 ~ 1.5

2~5

(c)

(b)

(d)

Fig. 11.6 Examples of Flinger Configurations

(b)
Fig. 11.5 Examples of Oil Grooves

(c)
(a) Axial Labyrinth

(b) Radial Labyrinth

(c) Labyrinth for Self-Aligning Shaft

Fig. 11.7 Examples of Labyrinth Designs

A 102

A 103

DESIGN OF SHAFTS AND HOUSINGS

12. LUBRICATION
11.3.2 Contact Type Seals
The effectiveness of contact seals is achieved by the
physical contact between the shaft and seal, which
may be made of synthetic rubber, synthetic resin, felt,
etc. Oil seals with synthetic rubber lips are most
frequently used.
(1) Oil Seals
Many types of oil seals are used to prevent lubricant
from leaking out as well as to prevent dust, water, and
other foreign matter from entering (Figs. 11.8 and
11.9)
In Japan, such oil seals are standardized (Refer to JIS
B 2402) on the basis of type and size. Since many oil
seals are equipped with circumferential springs to
maintain adequate contact force, oil seals can follow
the non-uniform rotational movement of a shaft to
some degree.
Seal lip materials are usually synthetic rubber including
nitrile, acrylate, silicone, and fluorine. Tetrafluoride
ethylene is also used. The maximum allowable
operating temperature for each material increases in
this same order.
Synthetic rubber oil seals may cause trouble such as
overheating, wear, and seizure, unless there is an oil
film between the seal lip and shaft. Therefore, some
lubricant should be applied to the seal lip when the
seals are installed. It is also desirable for the lubricant
inside the housing to spread a little between the sliding
surfaces.

The permissible circumferential speed for oil seals


varies depending on the type, the finish of the shaft
surface, liquid to be sealed, temperature, shaft
eccentricity, etc. The temperature range for oil seals is
restricted by the lip material. Approximate
circumferential surface speeds and temperature
permitted under favorable conditions are listed in Table
11.6.
When oil seals are used at high circumferential surface
speed or under high internal pressure, the contact
surface of the shaft must be smoothly finished and the
shaft eccentricity should be less than 0.02 to 0.05mm.
The hardness of the shaft's contact surface should be
made higher than HRC40 by means of heat treatment
or hard chrome plating in order to gain abrasion
resistance. If possible, a hardness of more than HRC
55 is recommended.
The approximate level of contact surface finish
required for several shaft circumferential surface
speeds is given in Table 11.7.
(2) Felt Seals
Felt seals are one of the simplest and most common
seals being used for transmission shafts, etc.
However, since oil permeation and leakage are
unavoidable if oil is used, this type of seal is used only
for grease lubrication, primarily to prevent dust and
other foreign matter from entering. Felt seals are not
suitable for circumferential surface speeds exceeding
4m/sec; therefore, it is preferable to replace them with
synthetic rubber seals depending on the application.
Table 11. 6 Permissible Circumferential Surface Speeds
and Temperature Range for Oil Seals
Seal Materials

Permissible
Circumferential
Speeds(m/sec)

Operating
Temperature
Range( C)(1)

Under 16

25 to +100

Under 25

15 to +130

Under 32

70 to +200

Under 32

30 to +200

Under 15

50 to +220

Nitrile Rubber
Synthetic Acrylic Rubber
Rubber
Silicone Rubber

Fig. 11.8 Example of Application


Fig. 11 .8 of Oil Seal (1)

Fluorinecontaines Rubber
Tetrafluoride Ethylene Resin

Note (1) The upper limit of the temperature range may be


raised about 20 C for operation for short intervais.

12.1 Purposes of Lubrication

12.2 Lubricating Methods

The main purposes of lubrication are to reduce friction


and wear inside the bearings that may cause
premature failure. The effects of lubrication may be
briefly explained as follows:

The various lubricating methods are first divided into


either grease or oil lubrication. Satisfactory bearing
performance can be achieved by adopting the
lubricating method which is most suitable for the
particular application and operating condition.
In general, oil offers superior lubrication; however,
grease lubrication allows a simpler structure around
the bearings. A comparison of grease and oil
lubrication is given in Table 12.1.

(1) Reduction of Friction and Wear


Direct metallic contact between the bearing rings,
rolling elements and cage, which are the basic
components of a bearing, is prevented by an oil film
which reduces the friction and wear in the contact
areas.
(2) Extension of Fatigue Life
The rolling fatigue life of bearings depends greatly
upon the viscosity and film thickness between the
rolling contact surfaces. A heavy film thickness
prolongs the fatigue life, but it is shortened if the
viscosity of the oil is too low so the film thickness is
insufficient.
(3) Dissipation of Frictional Heat and Cooling
Circulation lubrication may be used to carry away
frictional heat or heat transferred from the outside to
prevent the bearing from overheating and the oil from
deteriorating.
(4) Others
Adequate lubrication also helps to prevent foreign
material from entering the bearings and guards against
corrosion or rusting.

Table 12. 1 Comparison of Grease and Oil Lubrication


Item

Grease Lubrication

Housing Structure and Simple


Sealing Method

Oil Lubrication
May be complex, Careful
maintenance required.

Speed

Limiting speed is 65% to Higher limiting speed.


80% of that with oil
lubrication.

Cooling Effect

Poor

Heat transter is possible


using forced oil
circulation.

Fluidity

Poor

Good

Full Lubricant
Replacement

Sometimes difficult

Easy

Removal of Foreign
Matter

Removal of particles
from grese is
impossible.

Easy

External
Contamination due to
Leakage

Often leaks without


Surroundings seldom
contaminated by leakage. proper countermeasures.
Not suitable if external
contamination must be
avoided.

12.2.1 Grease Lubrication


(1) Grease Quantity
The quantity of grease to be packed in a housing
depends on the housing design and free space, grease
characteristics, and ambient temperature. For example,
the bearings for the main shafts of machine tools,
where the accuracy may be impaired by a small
temperature rise, require only a small amount of
grease. The quantity of grease for ordinary bearings is
determined as follows.
Sufficient grease must be packed inside the bearing
including the cage guide face. The available space
inside the housing to be packed with grease depends
on the speed as follows:
1/2 to 2/3 of the space When the speed is less than
50% of the limiting speed.
1/3 to 1/2 of the space When the speed is more than
50% of the limiting speed.

Table 11. 7 Shaft Circumferential


Surface Speeds and Finish
of Contact Surfaces

A 104

Fig. 11.9 Example of Application


Fig. 1 1.9 of Oil Seal (2)

Circumferential Surface
Speeds(m/s)

Surface Finish

Under 5

0.8

5 to 10

0.4

Over 10

0.2

Ra

A 105

LUBRICATION

the discharge side is made larger than the partitioned


side so it can retain the old grease, which is removed
periodically by removing the cover.

(2) Replacement of Grease


Grease, once packed, usually need not be replenished
for a long time; however, for severe operating
conditions, grease should be frequently replenished or
replaced. In such cases, the bearing housing should be
designed to facilitate grease replenishment and
replacement.
When replenishment intervals are short, provide
replenishment and discharge ports at appropriate
positions so deteriorated grease is replaced by fresh
grease. For example, the housing space on the grease
supply side can be divided into several sections with
partitions. The grease on the partitioned side gradually
passes through the bearings and old grease forced
from the bearing is discharged through a grease valve
(Fig. 12.1). If a grease valve is not used, the space on

(3) Replenishing Interval


Even if high-quality grease is used, there is
deterioration of its properties with time; therefore,
periodic replenishment is required. Figs 12.2 (1) and
(2) show the replenishment time intervals for various
bearing types running at different speeds. Figs.12.2 (1)
and (2) apply for the condition of high-quality lithium
soap-mineral oil grease, bearing temperature of 70C,
and normal load (P/C=0.1).
Temperature
If the bearing temperature exceeds 70 C, the
replenishment time interval must be reduced by half
for every 15C temperature rise of the bearings.
Grease
In case of ball bearings especially, the replenishing
time interval can be extended depending on used
grease type. (For example, high-quality lithium soapsynthetic oil grease may extend about two times of
replenishing time interval shown in Fig.12.2 (1). If the
temperature of the bearings is less than 70 C, the
usage of lithium soap-mineral oil grease or lithium
soap-synthetic oil grease is appropriate.)
It is advisable to consult NSK.
Load
The replenishing time interval depends on the
magnitude of the bearing load.
Please refer to Fig.12.2 (3).
If P/C exceeds 0.16, it is advisable to consult NSK.

A
A- A
Fig. 12.1 Combination of Partitioned Grease
Fig. 12. 1 Reservoir and Grease Valve

Radial Ball Bearings


Cylindrical Roller Bearings

600

300

400

200
200 300 400

Grease Replenishment Interval, t f

Grease Replenishment Interval, t f

50 000

2 000

1 000
800
600
500
400

30

1 000
800

600
500
400

n
Nmax

0.018 0.006

n
Nmax

n
Nmax

For wide-range grease ( )


70 CT130 C

T
Nmax
(12.2)

<0.25, assume

70 CT110 C
2

When T<70 C assume T = 70 C


(c) Bearing Loads
The bearing loads should be about 1/10 or less of the
basic load rating C r.
Notes (1) Mineral-oil base greases (e.g. lithium soap
base grease) which are often used over a
temperature range of around 10 to 110 C.
Notes (2) Synthetic-oil base greases are usable over
a wide temperature range of around 40 to
130 C.
12.2.2 Oil Lubrication
(1) Oil Bath Lubrication
Oil bath lubrication is a widely used with low or
medium speeds. The oil level should be at the center of
the lowest rolling element. It is desirable to provide a
sight gauge so the proper oil level may be maintained
(Fig. 12.4)

= 0.25

(2) Drip-Feed Lubrication


Drip feed lubrication is widely used for small ball
bearings operated at relatively high speeds. As shown
in Fig. 12.5, oil is stored in a visible oiler. The oil drip
rate is controlled with the screw in the top.

General purpose grease


Wide-range grease

3 000

20

1 000
800

100 000

500

2 000

when

5 000
4 000

340 420

3 000

20

2 000

T
Nmax
(12.1)

where t : Average grease life, (h)


n : Speed (rpm)
Nmax : Limiting speed with grease lubrication
(rpm)
(values for ZZ and VV types listed in the
bearing tables)
T : Operating temperature C
Equations (12.1) and (12.2) and Fig. 12.3 apply under
the following conditions:
(a) Speed, n
0.25 n 1
Nmax

7 000

40 50
0
60 7
80 100
0
120 14 0
0
160 2
240 2 8 0

3 000

0.025 0.012

(b) Operating Temperature, T


For general purpose grease (1)

h
150 000

d=

10
d=

6 000
5 000
4 000

30 40
50 60
0
70 8
0 20
10 1
60
140 1
180 220
260 300

6 000
5 000
4 000

log t = 6.12 1.4

10 000

8 000

n
Nmax

(Wide-range grease (2))

20 000 10 000

10 000
8 000

log t = 6.54 2.6

Average grease life, t

20 000

(4) Grease Life of Totally Enclosed Ball Bearings


When grease is packed into single-row deep groove
ball bearings, the grease life may be estimated using
Equation (12.1) or (12.2) or Fig. 12.3:
(General purpose grease (1))

20 000
T=7
0
80
90
100
110
120
130

T=
70

10 000

80

5 000

100

3 000

90

110

2 000

300

1 000

200

500
600 800 1 000

2 000

Speed

4 000 6 000

10 000

100

20 000

100

A 106

300 400

rpm

600

1 000

Speed

(1) Radial Ball Bearings, Cylindrical Roller Bearings


(3) Load factor

200

2 000

4 000 6 000

10 000

rpm

(2) Tapered Roller Bearings, Spherical Roller Bearings

P/C

0.06

0.1

0.13

0.16

Load factor

1.5

0.65

0.45

Fig. 12.2 Grease Replenishment Intervals

200

0.25 0.3

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.8

0.9

n/N max
Fig. 12.3 Grease Life of Sealed Ball Bearings

Fig. 12.4 Oil Bath Lubrication

Fig. 12.5 Drip Feed


Fig. 12.5 Lubrication

A 107

LUBRICATION

(3) Splash Lubrication


With this lubricating method, oil is splashed onto the
bearings by gears or a simple rotating disc installed
near bearings without submerging the bearings in oil.
It is commonly used in automobile transmissions and
final drive gears. Fig. 12.6 shows this lubricating
method used on a reduction gear.
(4) Circulating Lubrication
Circulating lubrication is commonly used for high
speed operation requiring bearing cooling and for
bearings used at high temperatures. As shown in Fig.
12.7 (a), oil is supplied by the pipe on the right side, it
travels through the bearing, and drains out through the
pipe on the left. After being cooled in a reservoir, it
returns to the bearing through a pump and filter.
The oil discharge pipe should be larger than the supply
pipe so an excessive amount of oil will not back up in
the housing.

(5) Jet Lubrication


Jet lubrication is often used for ultra high speed
bearings, such as the bearings in jet engines with a
dmn valve (dm: pitch diameter of rolling element set in
mm; n : rotational speed in rpm) exceeding one
million. Lubricating oil is sprayed under pressure from
one or more nozzles directly into the bearing.
Fig. 12.8 shows an example of ordinary jet lubrication.
The lubricating oil is sprayed on the inner ring and
cage guide face. In the case of high speed operation,
the air surrounding the bearing rotates with it causing
the oil jet to be deflected. The jetting speed of the oil
from the nozzle should be more than 20% of the
circumferential speed of the inner ring outer surface
(which is also the guide face for the cage).
More uniform cooling and a better temperature
distribution is achieved using more nozzles for a given
amount of oil. It is desirable for the oil to be forcibly
discharged so the agitating resistance of the lubricant
can be reduced and the oil can effectively carry away
the heat.
(6) Oil Mist Lubrication
Oil mist lubrication, also called oil fog lubrication,
utilizes an oil mist sprayed into a bearing. This method
has the following advantages:
(a) Because of the small quantity of oil required, the oil
agitation resistance is small, and higher speeds are
possible.
(b) Contamination of the vicinity around the bearing is
slight because the oil leakage is small.
(c) It is relatively easy to continuously supply fresh oil;
therefore, the bearing life is extended.

This lubricating method is used in bearings for the


high speed spindles of machine tools, high speed
pumps, roll necks of rolling mills, etc (Fig. 12.9).
For oil mist lubrication of large bearings, it is advisable
to consult NSK.
(7) Oil/Air Lubricating Method
Using the oil/air lubricating method, a very small
amount of oil is discharged intermittently by a
constant-quantity piston into a pipe carrying a constant
flow of compressed air. The oil flows along the wall of
the pipe and approaches a constant flow rate.
The major advantages of oil/air lubrication are:
(a) Since the minimum necessary amount of oil is
supplied, this method is suitable for high speeds
because less heat is generated.
(b) Since the minimum amount of oil is fed
continuously, bearing temperature remains stable.
Also, because of the small amount of oil, there is
almost no atmospheric pollution.
(c) Since only fresh oil is fed to the bearings, oil
deterioration need not be considered.
(d) Since compressed air is always fed to the bearings,
the internal pressure is high, so dust, cutting fluid, etc.
cannot enter.
For these reasons, this method is used in the main
spindles of machine tools and other high speed
applications (Fig. 12.1O).

Oil
Oil

(a)

(b)
Fig. 12.8 Jet Lubrication

Fig. 12.9 Oil Mist Lubrication

Fig. 12.6 Splash Lubrication

Oil

Oil/air inlets 5 places

Oil

Oil

(a)

(b)
Fig. 12.7 Circulating Lubrication

A 108

(c)

Oil/air discharge ports 2 places


Fig. 12.10 Oil/Air Lubrication

A 109

LUBRICATION

Table 12.2

12.3 Lubricants
12.3.1 Lubricating Grease
Grease is a semi-solid lubricant consisting of base oil,
a thickener and additives. The main types and general
properties of grease are shown in Table 12.2. It should
be remembered that different brands of the same type
of grease may have different properties.
(1) Base Oil
Mineral oils or synthetic oils such as silicone or diester
oil are mainly used as the base oil for grease. The
lubricating properties of grease depend mainly on the
characteristics of its base oil. Therefore, the viscosity
of the base oil is just as important when selecting
grease as when selecting an oil. Usually, grease made
with low viscosity base oils is more suitable for high
speeds and low temperatures, while greases made
with high viscosity base oils are more suited for high
temperatures and heavy loads.
However, the thickener also influences the lubricating
properties of grease; therefore, the selection criteria for
grease is not the same as for lubricating oil.
(2) Thickener
As thickeners for lubricating grease, there are several
types of metallic soaps, inorganic thickeners such as
silica gel and bentonite, and heat resisting organic
thickeners such as polyurea and fluoric compounds.
The type of thickener is closely related to the grease
dropping point ( 1); generally, grease with a high
dropping point also has a high temperature capability
during operation. However, this type of grease does
not have a high working temperature unless the base
oil is heat-resistant. The highest possible working
temperature for grease should be determined
considering the heat resistance of the base oil.
The water resistance of grease depends upon the type
of thickener. Sodium soap grease or compound grease
containing sodium soap emulsifies when exposed to
water or high humidity, and therefore, cannot be used
where moisture is prevalent.
(3) Additives
Grease often contains various additives such as
antioxidants, corrosion inhibitors, and extreme
pressure additives to give it special properties. It is
recommended that extreme pressure additives be used
in heavy load applications. For long use without
replenishment, an antioxidant should be added.
Note (1) The grease dropping point is that temperature at
which a grease heated in a specified small
container becomes sufficiently fluid to drip.

A 110

Name
(Popular
name)

Grease Properties
Sodium Grease
(Fiber Grease)

Lithium Grease

Calcium Grease
(Cup Grease)

Mixed Base
Grease

Complex Base
Grease
(Complex Grease)

Non-Soap Base Grease


(Non-Soap Grease)

Ca Soap

Na + Ca Soap,
Li + Ca Soap,
etc.

Ca Complex Soap,
Al Complex Soap,
Li Complex Soap,
etc.

Urea, Bentonite, Carbon Black, Fluoric


Compounds, Heat Resistant Organic
Compound, etc.

Thickener
Li Soap
Base
Oil
Properties
Dropping
Point,C
Working
Temperatures, C
Working
Speed, %(1)
Mechanical
Stability
Pressure
Resistance

Mineral Oil

Diester Oil,
Polyatomic
Ester Oil

Na Soap

Silicone Oil

Mineral Oil

Mineral Oil

Mineral Oil

Mineral Oil

Mineral Oil

170~195

170~195

200~210

170~210

70~90

160~190

180~300

230~

230~

20~+110

50~+130

50~+160

20~+130

20~+60

20~+80

20~+130

10~+130

~+220

70

100

60

70

40

70

70

70

40~100

Good

Good

Good

Good

Poor

Good

Good

Good

Good

Fair

Fair

Poor

Fair

Poor

Fair to Good

Fair to Good

Fair

Fair

Good

Good

Good

Fair to Good

Fair to Good

Fair to Good

Water Resistance

Good

Good

Good

Poor

Good

Poor for Na
Soap Grease

Rust Prevention

Good

Good

Poor

Poor to Good

Good

Fair to Good

General
purpose grease
used for
numerous
applications

Good low
temperature
and torque
characteristics.
Often used for
small motors
and instrument
bearings. Pay
attention to
rust caused by
insulation
varnish.

Mainly for high


temperature
applications.
Unsuitable for
bearings for
high and low
speeds or
heavy loads or
those having
numerous
sliding-contact
areas (roller
bearings, etc.)

Long and short


fiber types are
available. Long
fiber grease is
unsuitable for
high speeds.
Attention to water
and high
temperature is
requred.

Extreme pressure
grease containing
high viscosity
mineral oil and
extreme pressure
additive (Pb soap,
etc.) has high
pressure
resistance.

Remarks

Synthetic Oil (Ester Oil,


Polyatomic Ester Oil,
Synthetic Hydrocarbon
Oil, Silicone Oil, Fluoric
Based Oil)

Note (1) The values listed are percentages of the limiting


speeds given in the bearing tables.

Often used for


roller bearings
and large ball
bearing.

Suitable for
extreme
pressures
mechanically
stable

Mineral oil base grease is middle and


high temperature purpose lubricant.
Synthetic oil base grease is
recommended for low or high
temperature. Some silicone and
fluoric oil based grease have poor
rust prevention and noise.

Remarks The grease properties shown here can vary between brands.

Table 12.3 Consistency and Working Conditions

(4) Consistency
Consistency indicates the softness of grease. Table
12.3 shows the relation between consistency and
working conditions.
(5) Mixing Different Types of Grease
In general, different brands of grease must not be
mixed. Mixing grease with different types of
thickneners may destroy its composition and physical
properties. Even if the thickeners are of the same type,
possible differences in the additive may cause
detrimental effects.

Consistency
Number
Consistency( )
1/10 mm

355~385

310~340

265~295

220~250

175~205

For centralized
oiling
When fretting is
likely to occur

For centralized
oiling
When fretting is
likely to occur
For low
temperatures

For general use

For general use

For sealed ball


bearings

For sealed ball


bearings
For high
temperatures

Working
Conditions
(Application)

For high
temperatures
For grease seals

Note (1) Consistency: The depth to which a cone descends into grease when a specified weight is applied, indicated in units
of 1/10mm. The larger the value, the softer the grease.

A 111

LUBRICATION

For use when selecting the proper lubricating oil, Fig.


12.11 shows the relationship between oil temperature
and viscosity, and examples of selection are shown in
Table 12.5.

12.3.2 Lubricating Oil


The lubricating oils used for rolling bearings are
usually highly refined mineral oil or synthetic oil that
have a high oil film strength and superior oxidation and
corrosion resistance. When selecting a lubricating oil,
the viscosity at the operating conditions is important. If
the viscosity is too low, a proper oil film is not formed
and abnormal wear and seizure may occur. On the
other hand, if the viscosity is too high, excessive
viscous resistance may cause heating or large power
loss. In general, low viscosity oils should be used at
high speed; however, the viscosity should increase
with increasing bearing load and size.
Table 12.4 gives generally recommended viscosities
for bearings under normal operating conditions.

Table 12. 4 Bearing Types and Proper


Viscosity of Lubricating Oils
Proper Viscosity
at Operating
Temperature

Bearing Type
Ball Bearings and
Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Higher than 13mm2/s

Tapered Roller Bearings and


Spherical Roller Bearings

Higher than 20mm2/s

Spherical Thrust Roller Bearings

Higher than 32mm2/s

Oil Replacement Intervals


Oil replacement intervals depend on the operating
conditions and oil quantity.
In those cases where the operating temperature is less
than 50C, and the environmental conditions are good
with little dust, the oil should be replaced
approximately once a year. However, in cases where
the oil temperature is about 100C, the oil must be
changed at least once every three months.

Table 12. 5 Examples of Selection Lubricating Oils


Operating
Temperature

Remarks 1mm2/s=1cSt (centistokes)

30 to 0C

Redwood Saybolt
(Seconds) (Seconds) mm2/s

5 000

5 000

2 000
1 000

2 000
1 000

500

500
300
200

Viscosity

300
200
100
80
60
50

100
80
60

0~50C
ISO Viscosity Grade
assumed V.I.80
A : VG 7 H : VG 100
B : VG 10 J : VG 150
C : VG 15 K : VG 220
D : VG 22 L : VG 320
E : VG 32 M : VG 460
F : VG 46 N : VG 680
G : VG 68

2 000
1 000
500
300
200
100
50
40
30
20

E F

G H

50~80C

10
80~110C

40

5
4
-20

20

-20
0

20

40

60

40
80 100

60
120

80
160

Temperature

Fig. 12.11 Temperature-Viscosity Chart

A 112

Speed

100
200

120

140

240

280

160 C
320 F

Light or normal Load

Heavy or Shock Load

Less than limiting speed

ISO VG 15, 22, 32 (refrigerating


machine oil)

Less than 50% of limiting


speed

ISO VG 32, 46, 68 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

ISO VG 46, 68, 100 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

50 to 100% of limiting
speed

ISO VG 15, 22, 32 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

ISO VG 22, 32, 46 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

More than limiting speed

ISO VG 10, 15, 22 (bearing oil)

Less than 50% of limiting


speed

ISO VG 100, 150, 220 (bearings oil)

ISO VG 150, 220, 320 (bearing oil)

50 to 100% of limiting
speed

ISO VG 46, 68, 100 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

ISO VG 68, 100, 150 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

More than limiting speed

ISO VG 32, 46, 68 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

Less than 50% of limiting


speed

ISO VG 320, 460 (bearing oil)

ISO VG 460, 680 (bearing oil,


gear oil)

50 to 100% of limiting
speed

ISO VG 150, 220 (bearing oil)

ISO VG 220, 320 (bearing oil)

More than limiting speed

ISO VG 68, 100 (bearing oil,


turbine oil)

J K L M N

50
40

If moisture may enter or if foreign matter may be


mixed in the oil, then the oil replacement interval must
be shortened.
Mixing different brands of oil must be prevented for
the same reason given previously for grease.

Remarks 1. For the limiting speed, use the values listed in the bearing tables.
Remarks 2. Refer to Refrigerating Machine Oils (JIS K 2211), Bearing Oils (JIS K 2239), Turbine Oils (JIS K
2213), Gear Oils (JIS K 2219).
Remarks 3. If the operating temperature is near the high end of the temperature range listed in the left column,
select a high viscosity oil.
Remarks 4. If the operating temperature is lower than -30C or higher than 110C , it is advisable to consult
NSK.

A 113

13. BEARING MATERIALS


13.1 Materials for Bearing Rings and Rolling
Elements

The bearing rings and rolling elements of rolling


bearings are subjected to repetitive high pressure with
a small amount of sliding. The cages are subjected to
tension and compression and sliding contact with the
rolling elements and either or both of the bearing
rings.
Therefore, the materials used for the rings, rolling
elements, and cages require the following
characteristics:
High rolling contact
fatigue strength
Material
High hardness
characteristic
High wear
s required for
resistance
bearing rings
Characteristics
High dimensional
and rolling
required for
stability
elements
cage material
High mechanical
strength
Other necessary characteristics, such as easy
production, shock and heat resistance, and corrosion
resistance, are required depending on individual
applications.

Primarily, high carbon chromium bearing steel (Table


13.1) is used for the bearing rings and rolling
elements. Most NSK bearings are made of SUJ2
among the JIS steel types listed in Table 13.1, while
the larger bearings generally use SUJ3. The chemical
composition of SUJ2 is approximately the same as
AISI 52100 specified in the USA, DIN 100 Cr6 in
Germany, and BS 535A99 in England.
For bearings that are subjected to very severe shock
loads, carburized low-carbon alloy steels such as
chrome steel, chrome molybdenum steel, nickel
chrome molybdenum steel, etc. are often used. Such
steels, when they are carburized to the proper depth
and have sufficient surface hardness, are more shock
resistant than normal, through-hardened bearing steels
because of the softer energy-absorbing core. The
chemical composition of common carburized bearing
steels is listed in Table 13.2.

Symbols

Standard

Symbols

JIS G 4303
SAE J 405

JIS G 4805

Si

SUJ 2

0.95~1.10

0.15~0.35

Less than
0.50

SUJ 3

0.95~1.10

0.40~0.70

0.90~1.15

SUJ 4
ASTM A 295

52100

0.95~1.10
0.98~1.10

0.15~0.35
0.15~0.35

Chemical Composition (%)


Mn
P
S

Si

SUS 440 C

0.95~1.20

51440 C

0.95~1.20

Less than
1.00
Less than
1.00

Less than
1.00
Less than
1.00

Less than
0.040
Less than
0.040

Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030

Cr

Mo

16.00~18.00

Less than
0.75
Less than
0.75

16.00~18.00

Table 13. 5 Chemical Composition of Steel sheet and Carbon Steel


for Cages (Major Elements)
Classification

Chemical Composition (%)


Mn
P
S

The low carbon steels shown in Table 13.5 are the


main ones for the pressed cages for bearings.
Depending on the purpose, brass or stainless steel
may be used. For machined cages, high strength brass
(Table 13.6) or carbon steel (Table 13.5) is used.
Sometimes synthetic resin is also used.

Table 13. 4 Chemical Composition of Stainless Steel for


Rolling Bearing (Major Elements)

Table 13. 1 Chemical Composition of High-Carbon Chromium Bearing Steel (Major Elements)
Standard

13.2 Cage Materials

NSK uses highly pure vacuum-degassed bearing steel


containing a minimum of oxygen, nitrogen, and
hydrogen compound impurities. The rolling fatigue life
of bearings has been remarkably improved using this
material combined with the appropriate heat treatment.
For special purpose bearings, high temperature
bearing steel, which has superior heat resistance, and
stainless steel having good corrosion resistance may
be used. The chemical composition of these special
materials are given in Tables 13.3 and 13.4.

Cr

Mo

1.30~1.60

Less than
0.08
Less than
0.08

Less than
0.50

Less than
0.025
Less than
0.025
Less than
0.025

Less than
0.025
Less than
0.025
Less than
0.025

1.30~1.60

0.10~0.25

0.25~0.45

Less than
0.025

Less than
0.025

1.30~1.60

Less than
0.10

0.90~1.20

Steel sheet and


strip for pressed
cages
Carbon steel for
machined cages
Remarks

Standard

Symbols

JIS G 3141
BAS

Si

SPCC

Less than
0.12

Chemical Composition (%)


Mn
Less than
0.05

SPB 2

0.13~0.20

Less than
0.04

0.25~0.60

JIS G 3311

S 50 CM

0.47~0.53

0.15~0.35

0.60~0.90

JIS G 4051

S 25 C

0.22~0.28

0.15~0.35

0.30~0.60

361

Less than
0.04
Less than
0.03
Less than
0.03

Less than
0.045
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.035

Less than 0.03 Less than 0.035

BAS is Japanese Bearing Association Standard.

Table 13. 2 Chemical Composition of Carburizing Bearing Steels (Major Elements)


Standard

Symbols

JIS G 4052

SCr

JIS G 4053

Si

Mn

420 H

0.17~0.23 0.15~0.35 0.55~0.95

SCM 420 H

0.17~0.23 0.15~0.35 0.55~0.95

SNCM 220 H

0.17~0.23 0.15~0.35 0.60~0.95

SNCM 420 H

0.17~0.23 0.15~0.35 0.40~0.70

SNCM 815

0.12~0.18 0.15~0.35 0.30~0.60

ASTM A 534

8620

0.18~0.23 0.15~0.35 0.70~0.90

4320

0.17~0.22 0.15~0.35 0.45~0.65

9310

0.08~0.13 0.15~0.35 0.45~0.65

Chemical Composition (%)


P
S
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030

Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030
Less than
0.030

Less than
0.035
Less than
0.035
Less than
0.035

Less than
0.040
Less than
0.040
Less than
0.040

Ni

Cr

Mo

Less than
0.25
Less than
0.25

0.85~1.25

Table 13. 6 Chemical Composition of High Strength Brass for Machined Cages
Chemical Composition (%)
Standard Symbols

0.85~1.25 0.15~0.35

Cu

Zn

Mn

Fe

Al

Sn

Ni

0.35~0.75 0.35~0.65 0.15~0.30

JIS H 5120

HBsC 1

55.0~60.0

33.0~42.0

0.1~1.5

0.5~1.5

0.5~1.5

Less than
1.0

Less than
1.0

1.55~2.00 0.35~0.65 0.15~0.30

JIS H 3250

C 6782

56.0~60.5

Residual

0.5~2.5

0.1~1.0

0.2~2.0

4.00~4.50 0.70~1.00 0.15~0.30

Impurities
Pb
Si
Less than
0.4
Less than
0.5

Less than
0.1

Remarks Improved HBsC 1 is also used.

0.40~0.70 0.40~0.60 0.15~0.25


1.65~2.00 0.40~0.60 0.20~0.30
3.00~3.50 1.00~1.40 0.08~0.15

Table 13. 3 Chemical Composition of High Speed Steel for Bearings Used at High Temperatures
Standard Symbols

Si

Mn

than Less than Less than


AISI M50 0.77~0.85 Less
0.25
0.35
0.015

A 114

Chemical Composition (%)


Cr
Mo

Ni

Cu

Co

Less than 3.75~4.25 4.00~4.50 0.90~1.10 Less than Less than Less than Less than
0.015
0.10
0.10
0.25
0.25

A 115

14. BEARING HANDLING

14.2 Mounting
The method of mounting rolling bearings strongly
affects their accuracy, life, and performance, so their
mounting deserves careful attention. Their
characteristics should first be thoroughly studied, and
then they should be mounted in the proper manner. It
is recommended that the handling procedures for
bearings be fully investigated by the design engineers
and that standards be established with respect to the
following items:
(1) Cleaning the bearings and related parts.
(2) Checking the dimensions and finish of related
parts.
(3) Mounting
(4) Inspection after mounting.
(5) Supply of lubricants.
Bearings should not be unpacked until immediately
before mounting. When using ordinary grease
lubrication, the grease should be packed in the
bearings without first cleaning them. Even in the case
of ordinary oil lubrication, cleaning the bearings is not
required. However, bearings for instruments or for
high speed operation must first be cleaned with clean
filtered oil in order to remove the anti-corrosion agent.
A 116

Fig. 14.2 Simultaneous Press Fitting of Inner and Outer Rings

m
240
220
200

u re

(4) Prevent Corrosion


Since perspiration on the hands and various other
contaminants may cause corrosion, keep the hands
clean when handling bearings. Wear gloves if possible.
Pay attention to rust of bearing caused by corrosive
gasses.

180
160
140

D
&T iffere
= 8 n ce
0
70 C
60 C
C

(3) Use Proper Tools


Always use the proper equipment when handling
bearings and avoid general purpose tools.

14.2.1 Mounting of Bearings with Cylindrical Bores


(1) Press Fits
Fitting with a press is widely used for small bearings. A
mounting tool is placed on the inner ring as shown in
Fig. 14.1 and the bearing is slowly pressed on the shaft
with a press until the side of the inner ring rests
against the shoulder of the shaft. The mounting tool
must not be placed on the outer ring for press
mounting, since the bearing may be damaged. Before
mounting, applying oil to the fitted shaft surface is
recommended for smooth insertion. The mounting
method using a hammer should only be used for small
ball bearings with minimally tight fits and when a press
is not available. In the case of tight interference fits or
for medium and large bearings, this method should
not be used. Any time a hammer is used, a mounting
tool must be placed on the inner ring.
When both the inner and outer rings of non-separable
bearings, such as deep groove ball bearings, require
tight-fit, a mounting tool is placed on both rings as
shown in Fig. 14.2, and both rings are fitted at the
same time using a screw or hydraulic press. Since the
outer ring of self-aligning ball bearings may deflect a
mounting tool such as that shown in Fig. 14.2 should
always be used for mounting them.
In the case of separable bearings, such as cylindrical
roller bearings and tapered roller bearings, the inner
and outer rings may be mounted separately. Assembly
of the inner and outer rings, which were previously
mounted separately, should be done carefully to align
the inner and outer rings correctly. Careless or forced
assembly may cause scratches on the rolling contact
surfaces.

(a) Do not heat bearings to more than 120C.


(b) Put the bearings on a wire net or suspend them in
an oil tank in order to prevent them from touching
the tank's bottom directly.
(c) Heat the bearings to a temperature 20 to 30C
higher than the lowest temperature required for
mounting without interference since the inner ring
will cool a little during mounting.
(d) After mounting, the bearings will shrink in the axial
direction as well as the radial direction while
cooling. Therefore, press the bearing firmly against
the shaft shoulder using locating methods to avoid
a clearance between the bearing and shoulder.

Fig. 14.1 Press Fitting Inner Ring

rat

(2) Careful Handling


Heavy shocks during handling may cause bearings to
be scratched or otherwise damaged possibly resulting
in their failure. Excessively strong impacts may cause
brinelling, breaking, or cracking.

r6

50

pe

(1) Keep Bearings and Surrounding Area Clean


Dust and dirt, even if invisible to the naked eye, have
harmful effects on bearings. It is necessary to prevent
the entry of dust and dirt by keeping the bearings and
their environment as clean as possible.

(2) Shrink Fits


Since press fitting large bearings requires a large
force, a shrink fit is widely used. The bearings are first
heated in oil to expand them before mounting.
This method prevents an excessive force from being
imposed on the bearings and allows mounting them in
a short time.
The expansion of the inner ring for various
temperature differences and bearing sizes is shown in
Fig. 14.3.
The precautions to follow when making shrink fits are
as follows:

p6

C
30

120

NSK Bearing Induction Heaters


Besides heating in oil, NSK Bearing Heaters, which
use electromagnetic induction to heat bearings, are
widely used. (Refer to Page C7.)
In NSK Bearing Heaters, electricity (AC) in a coil
produces a magnetic field that induces a current inside
the bearing that generates heat. Consequently, without
using flames or oil uniform heating in a short time is
possible, making bearing shrink fitting efficient and
clean.
In the case of relatively frequent mounting and
dismounting such as cylindrical roller bearings for roll
necks of rolling mills and for railway journal boxes,
induction heating should be used for mounting and
dismounting inner rings.

C
40

Tem

Since rolling bearings are high precision machine


parts, they must be handled accordingly. Even if high
quality bearings are used, their expected performance
cannot be achieved if they are not handled properly.
The main precautions to be observed are as follows:

After the bearings are cleaned with filtered oil, they


should be protected to prevent corrosion.
Prelubricated bearings must be used without cleaning.
Bearing mounting methods depend on the bearing type
and type of fit. As bearings are usually used on rotating
shafts, the inner rings require a tight fit.
Bearings with cylindrical bores are usually mounted by
pressing them on the shafts (press fit) or heating them
to expand their diameter (shrink fit). Bearings with
tapered bores can be mounted directly on tapered
shafts or cylindrical shafts using tapered sleeves.
Bearings are usually mounted in housings with a loose
fit. However, in cases where the outer ring has an
interference fit, a press may be used. Bearings can be
interference-fitted by cooling them before mounting
using dry ice. In this case, a rust preventive treatment
must be applied to the bearing because moisture in the
air condenses on its surface.

Bore Expansion

14.1 Precautions for Proper Handling of


Bearings

n6

80

m5
k5

60

j5

C
20

100

40
20
80

120

180

250

315

Bore Diameter

400

500
mm

Fig. 14.3 Temperature and Thermal Expansion of Inner Ring

A 117

BEARING HANDLING

14.2.2 Mounting of Bearings with Tapered Bores


Bearings with tapered bores are mounted on tapered
shafts directly or on cylindrical shafts with adapters or
withdrawal sleeves (Figs. 14.4 and 14.5). Large
spherical roller bearings are often mounted using
hydraulic pressure. Fig. 14.6 shows a bearing
mounting utilizing a sleeve and hydraulic nut. Fig. 14.7
shows another mounting method. Holes are drilled in
the sleeve which are used to feed oil under pressure to
the bearing seat. As the bearing expands radially, the
sleeve is inserted axially with adjusting bolts.
Spherical roller bearings should be mounted while
checking their radial-clearance reduction and referring
to the push-in amounts listed in Table 14.1. The radial
clearance must be measured using clearance gauges.
In this measurement, as shown in Fig. 14.8, the
clearance for both rows of rollers must be measured
simultaneously, and these two values should be kept
roughly the same by adjusting the relative position of
the outer and inner rings.
When a large bearing is mounted on a shaft, the outer
ring may be deformed into an oval shape by its own
weight. If the clearance is measured at the lowest part
of the deformed bearing, the measured value may be
bigger than the true value. If an incorrect radial internal
clearance is obtained in this manner and the values in
Table 14.1 are used, then the interference fit may

Table 14.1 Mounting of Spherical Roller Bearings with Tapered Bores

become too tight and the true residual clearance may


become too small. In this case, as shown in Fig. 14.9.
one half of the total clearance at points and b (which
are on a horizontal line passing through the bearing
center) and c (which is at the lowest position of the
bearing) may be used as the residual clearance.
When a self-aligning ball bearing is mounted on a shaft
with an adapter, be sure that the residual clearance
does not become too small. Sufficient clearance for
easy alignment of the outer ring must be allowed.

Units : mm
Bearing Bore
Diameter

Reduction in Radial
Clearance

After the mounting has been completed, a running test


should be conducted to determine if the bearing has
been mounted correctly. Small machines may be
manually operated to assure that they rotate smoothly.
Items to be checked include sticking due to foreign
matter or visible flaws, uneven torque caused by
improper mounting or an improper mounting surface,
and excessive torque caused by an inadequate
clearance, mounting error, or seal friction. If there are
no abnormalities, powered operation may be started.

Taper 1 : 12
min
max

Taper 1 : 30
min
max

CN

C3

30
40
50
65

40
50
65
80

0.025
0.030
0.030
0.040

0.030
0.035
0.035
0.045

0.40
0.45
0.45
0.60

0.45
0.55
0.55
0.70

0.010
0.015
0.025
0.030

0.025
0.030
0.035
0.040

80
100
120

100
120
140

0.045
0.050
0.060

0.055
0.060
0.070

0.70
0.75
0.90

0.85
0.90
1.1

1.75
1.9
2.25

2.15
2.25
2.75

0.035
0.045
0.055

0.050
0.065
0.080

140
160
180

160
180
200

0.065
0.070
0.080

0.080
0.090
0.100

1.0
1.1
1.3

1.3
1.4
1.6

2.5
2.75
3.25

3.25
3.5
4.0

0.060
0.070
0.070

0.100
0.110
0.110

200
225
250

225
250
280

0.090
0.100
0.110

0.110
0.120
0.140

1.4
1.6
1.7

1.7
1.9
2.2

3.5
4.0
4.25

4.25
4.75
5.5

0.080
0.090
0.100

0.130
0.140
0.150

280
315
355

315
355
400

0.120
0.140
0.150

0.150
0.170
0.190

1.9
2.2
2.4

2.4
2.7
3.0

4.75
5.5
6.0

6.0
6.75
7.5

0.110
0.120
0.130

0.160
0.180
0.200

400
450
500

450
500
560

0.170
0.190
0.210

0.210
0.240
0.270

2.7
3.0
3.4

3.3
3.7
4.3

6.75
7.5
8.5

8.25
9.25
11.0

0.140
0.160
0.170

0.220
0.240
0.270

560
630
710

630
710
800

0.230
0.260
0.280

0.300
0.330
0.370

3.7
4.2
4.5

4.8
5.3
5.9

9.25
10.5
11.5

12.0
13.0
15.0

0.200
0.220
0.240

0.310
0.330
0.390

800
900
1 000

900
1 000
1 120

0.310
0.340
0.370

0.410
0.460
0.500

5.0
5.5
5.9

6.6
7.4
8.0

12.5
14.0
15.0

16.5
18.5
20.0

0.280
0.310
0.360

0.430
0.470
0.530

over

14.3 Operation Inspection

Minimum Permissible
Residual Clearance

Axial Movement

incl

min

max

Remarks The values for reduction in radial internal clearance are for bearings with CN clearance.
For bearing with C3 Clearance,the maximum values listed should be used for the reduction
in radial internal clearance.
Fig. 14.4 Mounting with Adapter

Fig. 14.5 Mounting with Withdrawal Sleeve

Oil

Fig. 14.6 Mounting with


Fig. 14.6 Hydraulic Nut

A 118

Fig. 14.7 Mounting with Special Sleeve


Fig. 14.7 and Hydraulic Pressure

Fig. 14.8 Clearance Measurement


Fig. 14.8 of Spherical Roller Bearing

b
c

Fig. 14.9 Measuring Clearance in Large Spherical Roller


Fig. 14.9 Bearing

Large machines, which cannot be turned by hand, can


be started after examination with no load, and the
power immediately cutoff and the machine allowed to
coast to a stop. Confirm that there is no abnormality
such as vibration, noise, contact of rotating parts, etc.
Powered operation should be started slowly without
load and the operation should be observed carefully
until it is determined that no abnormalities exist, then
gradually increase the speed, load, etc. to their normal
levels. Items to be checked during the test operation
include the existence of abnormal noise, excessive rise
of bearing temperature, leakage and contamination of
lubricants, etc. If any abnormality is found during the
test operation, it must be stopped immediately and the
machine should be inspected. If necessary, the bearing
should be dismounted for examination.
A 119

BEARING HANDLING

Although the bearing temperature can generally be


estimated by the temperature of the outside surface of
the housing, it is more desirable to directly measure
the temperature of the outer ring using oil holes for
access.
The bearing temperature should rise gradually to the
steady state level within one to two hours after the
operation starts. If the bearing or its mounting is
improper, the bearing temperature may increase
rapidly and become abnormally high. The cause of this
abnormal temperature may be an excessive amount of
lubricant, insufficient bearing clearance, incorrect

mounting, or excessive friction of the seals.


In the case of high speed operation, an incorrect
selection of bearing type or lubricating method may
also cause an abnormal temperature rise.
The sound of a bearing may be checked with a noise
locater or other instruments. Abnormal conditions are
indicated by a loud metallic sound, or other irregular
noise, and the possible cause may include incorrect
lubrication, poor alignment of the shaft and housing,
or the entry of foreign matter into the bearing. The
possible causes and countermeasures for irregularities
are listed in Table 14.2.

Table 14. 2 Causes of and Countermeasures for Operating Irregularities


Irregularities

Loud Metallic
Sound (1)

Noise
Loud Regular
Sound

Irregular
Sound

Possible Causes
Abnormal Load

Improve the fit, internal clearance, preload, position of housing


shoulder, etc.

Incorrect mounting

Improve the machining accuracy and alignment of shaft and housing,


accuracy of mounting method.

Insufficient or improper Lubricant

Replenish the lubricant or select another lubricant.

Contact of rotating parts

Modify the labyrinth seal, etc.

Flaws,corrosion,or scratches on
raceways

Replace or clean the bearing, improve the seals, and use clean
lubricant.

Brinelling

Replace the bearing and use care when handling bearings.

Flaking on raceway

Replace the bearing.

Excessive clearance

Improve the fit, clearance and preload.

Penetration of foreign particles

Replace or clean the bearing, improve the seals, and use clean
lubricant.

Flaws or flaking on balls

Replace the bearing.

Excessive amount of lubricant

Reduce amount of lubricant, select stiffer grease.

Insufficient or improper lubricant

Replenish lubricant or select a better one.

Abnormal load

Improve the fit, internal clearance, preload, position of housing


shoulder.

Incorrect mounting

Improve the machining accuracy and alignment of shaft and housing,


accuracy of mounting, or mounting method.

Creep on fitted surface, excessive seal


friction

Correct the seals, replace the bearing, correct the fitting or mounting.

Brinelling

Replace the bearing and use care when handling bearings.

Flaking

Replace the bearing.

Incorrect mounting

Correct the squareness between the shaft and housing shoulder or side
of spacer.

Penetration of foreign particles

Replace or clean the bearing, improve the seals.

Too much lubricant, Penetration by


foreign matter or abrasion chips

Reduce the amount of lubricant, select a stiffer grease. Replace the


bearing or lubricant. Clean the housing and adjacent parts.

Abnormal Temperature
Rise

Vibration
(Axial runout)

Leakage or
Discoloration of
Lubricant

Countermeasures

Note (1) Intermittent squeal or high-pitch noise may be heard in medium- to large-sized cylindrical roller bearings or ball
bearings that are operating under grease lubrication in low-temperature environments. Under such low-temperature
conditions, bearing temperature will not rise resulting in fatigue nor is grease performance affected. Although
intermittent squeal or high-pitch noise may occur under these conditions, the bearing is fully functional and can
continue to be used. In the event that greater noise reduction or quieter running properties are needed, please contact
your nearest NSK branch office.

A 120

14.4 Dismounting
A bearing may be removed for periodic inspection or
for other reasons. If the removed bearing is to be used
again or it is removed only for inspection, it should be
dismounted as carefully as when it was mounted. If the
bearing has a tight fit, its removal may be difficult. The
means for removal should be considered in the original
design of the adjacent parts of the machine. When
dismounting, the procedure and sequence of removal
should first be studied using the machine drawing and
considering the type of mounting fit in order to
perform the operation properly.
14.4.1 Dismounting of Outer Rings
In order to remove an outer ring that is tightly fitted,
first place bolts in the push-out holes in the housing at
several locations on its circumference as shown in Fig.
14.10, and remove the outer ring by uniformly
tightening the bolts. These bolt holes should always be
fitted with blank plugs when not being used for
dismounting. In the case of separable bearings, such
as tapered roller bearings, some notches should be
made at several positions in the housing shoulder, as
shown in Fig. 14.11, so the outer ring may be pressed
out using a dismounting tool or by tapping it.

14.4.2 Dismounting of Bearings with Cylindrical


Bores
If the mounting design allows space to press out the
inner ring, this is an easy and fast method. In this
case, the withdrawal force should be imposed only on
the inner ring (Fig. 14.12). Withdrawal tools like those
shown in Figs. 14.13 and 14.14 are often used.

Bolt

Plug

Fig. 14.10 Removal of Outer Ring with Dismounting Bolts

Fig. 14.11 Removal Notches

Fig. 14.12 Removal of Inner


Fig. 14.1 2 Ring Using a Press

Fig. 14.13 Removal of Inner Ring Using


Fig. 14.13 Withdrawal Tool (1)

Fig. 14.14 Removal of Inner Ring Using


Fig. 14.14 Withdrawal Tool (2)

A 121

BEARING HANDLING

In both cases, the claws of the tools must substantially


engage the face of the inner ring; therefore, it is
advisable to consider the size of the shaft shoulder or
to cut grooves in the shoulder to accommodate the
withdrawal tools (Fig. 14.14).
The oil injection method is usually used for the
withdrawal of large bearings. The withdrawal is
achieved easily by mean of oil pressure applied
through holes in the shaft. In the case of extra wide
bearings, the oil injection method is used together with
a withdrawal tool.
Induction heating is used to remove the inner rings of
NU and NJ types of cylindrical roller bearings. The
inner rings are expanded by brief local heating, and
then withdrawn (Fig. 14.15). Induction heating is also
used to mount several bearings of these types on a
shaft.

14.4.3 Dismounting of Bearings with Tapered Bores


When dismounting relatively small bearings with
adapters, the inner ring is held by a stop fastened to
the shaft and the nut is loosened several turns. This is
followed by hammering on the sleeve using a suitable
tool as shown in Fig. 14.18. Fig. 14.16 shows one
procedure for dismounting a withdrawal sleeve by
tightening the removal nut. If this procedure is difficult,
it may be possible to drill and tap bolt holes in the nut
and withdraw the sleeve by tightening the bolts as
shown in Fig. 14.17.
Large bearings may be withdrawn easily using oil
pressure. Fig. 14.19 illustrates the removal of a bearing
by forcing oil under pressure through a hole and
groove in a tapered shaft to expand the inner ring. The
bearing may suddenly move axially when the
interference is relieved during this procedure so a stop
nut is recommended for protection. Fig. 14.20 shows a
withdrawal using a hydraulic nut.

14.5 Inspection of Bearings


14.5.1 Bearing Cleaning
When bearings are inspected, the appearance of the
bearings should first be recorded and the amount and
condition of the residual lubricant should be checked.
After the lubricant has been sampled for examination,
the bearings should be cleaned. In general, light oil or
kerosene may be used as a cleaning solution.
Dismounted bearings should first be given a
preliminary cleaning followed by a finishing rinse. Each
bath should be provided with a metal net to support
the bearings in the oil without touching the sides or
bottom of the tank. If the bearings are rotated with
foreign matter in them during preliminary cleaning, the
raceways may be damaged. The lubricant and other
deposits should be removed in the oil bath during the
initial rough cleaning with a brush or other means.
After the bearing is relatively clean, it is given the
finishing rinse. The finishing rinse should be done
carefully with the bearing being rotated while
immersed in the rinsing oil. It is necessary to always
keep the rinsing oil clean.

Oil
Inner Ring

Withdrawal Claw

Fig. 14.15 Removal of Inner Ring Using


Fig. 14. 15 Induction Heater

Fig. 14.16 Removal of Withdrawal


Fig. 14.17 Removal of Withdrawal
Fig. 14 .16 Sleeve Using Withdrawal Nut (1) Fig. 14.17 Sleeve Using Withdrawal Nut (2)

Fig. 14.20 Removal Using Hydraulic Nut

Fig. 14.18 Removal of Adapter with Stop and Axial Pressure

A 122

14.5.2 Inspection and Evaluation of Bearings


After being thoroughly cleaned, bearings should be
examined for the condition of their raceways and
external surfaces, the amount of cage wear, the
increase in internal clearance, and degradation of
tolerances. These should be carefully checked, in
addition to examination for possible damage or other
abnormalities, in order to determine the possibility for
its reuse.
In the case of small non-separable ball bearings, hold
the bearing horizontally in one hand, and then rotate
the outer ring to confirm that it turns smoothly.
Separable bearings such as tapered roller bearings
may be checked by individually examining their rolling
elements and the outer ring raceway.
Large bearings cannot be rotated manually; however,
the rolling elements, raceway surfaces, cages, and
contact surface of the ribs should be carefully
examined visually. The more important a bearing is,
the more carefully it should be inspected.
The determination to reuse a bearing should be made
only after considering the degree of bearing wear, the
function of the machine, the importance of the
bearings in the machine, operating conditions, and the
time until the next inspection. However, if any of the
following defects exist, reuse is impossible and
replacement is necessary.
(a) When there are cracks in the inner or outer rings,
rolling elements, or cage.
(b) When there is flaking of the raceway or rolling
elements.
(c) When there is significant smearing of the raceway
surfaces, ribs, or rolling elements.
(d) When the cage is significantly worn or rivets are
loose.
(e) When there is rust or scoring on the raceway
surfaces or rolling elements.
(f) When there are any significant impact or brinell
traces on the raceway surfaces or rolling elements.
(g) When there is significant evidence of creep on the
bore or the periphery of the outer ring.
(h) When discoloration by heat is evident.
( i ) When significant damage to the seals or shields of
grease sealed bearings has occurred.

Fig. 14.19 Removal Using Oil Injection Hydraulic Pump

A 123

BEARING HANDLING

14.6 Maintenance and Inspection


14.6.1 Detecting and Correcting Irregularities
In order to maintain the original performance of a
bearing for as long as possible, proper maintenance
and inspection should be performed. If proper
procedures are used, many bearing problems can be
avoided and the reliability, productivity, and operating
costs of the equipment containing the bearings are all
improved. It is suggested that periodic maintenance be
done following the procedure specified. This periodic
maintenance encompasses the supervision of
operating conditions, the supply or replacement of
lubricants, and regular periodic inspection. Items that
should be regularly checked during operation include
bearing noise, vibration, temperature, and lubrication.
If an irregularity is found during operation, the cause
should be determined and the proper corrective
actions should be taken after referring to Table 14.2.
If necessary, the bearing should be dismounted and
examined in detail. As for the procedure for
dismounting and inspection, refer to Section 14.5,
Inspection of Bearings.

14.6.2 Bearing Failures and Countermeasures


In general, if rolling bearings are used correctly they
will survive to their predicted fatigue life. However,
they often fail prematurely due to avoidable mistakes.
In contrast to fatigue life, this premature failure is
caused by improper mounting, handling, or
lubrication, entry of foreign matter, or abnormal heat
generation.
For instance, the causes of rib scoring, as one example
of premature failure, may include insufficient
lubrication, use of improper lubricant, faulty lubrication
system, entry of foreign matter, bearing mounting
error, excessive deflection of the shaft, or any
combination of these. Thus, it is difficult to determine
the real cause of some premature failures.
If all the conditions at the time of failure and previous
to the time of failure are known, including the
application, the operating conditions, and environment;
then by studying the nature of the failure and its
probable causes, the possibility of similar future
failures can be reduced. The most frequent types of
bearing failure, along with their causes and corrective
actions, are listed in Table 14.3.

NSK BEARING MONITOR (Bearing Abnormality


Detector)
It is important during operation to detect signs of
irregularities early before damage becomes severe.
The NSK Bearing Monitor (see Page C5) is an
instrument that checks the condition of bearings and
gives a warning of any abnormality, or it stops a
machine automatically in order to prevent serious
trouble. In addition, it helps to improve maintenance
and reduce its cost.

Type of Failure

Probable Causes

Scoring or smearing between raceway


and rolling surfaces.

Inadequate initial lubrication, excessively


hard grease and high acceleration when
starting.

Use a softer grease and avoid rapid


acceleration.

Spiral scoring or smearing of raceway


surface of thrust ball bearing.

Raceway rings are not parallel and


excessive speed.

Correct the mounting, apply a preload, or


select another bearing type.

Scoring or smearing between the end face


of the rollers and guide rib.

Inadequate lubrication, incorrect mounting


and large axial load.

Select proper lubricant and modify the


mounting.

Crack in outer or inner ring.

Excessive shock load, excessive


interference in fitting, poor surface
cylindricality, improper sleeve taper, large
fillet radius, development of thermal
cracks and advancement of flaking.

Examine the loading conditions, modify the


fit of bearing and sleeve. The fillet radius
must be smaller than the bearing chamfer.

Crack in rolling element.


Broken rib.

Advancement of flaking, shock applied to


the rib during mounting or dropped during
handling.

Be carefull in handling and mounting.

Fractured cage.

Abnormal loading of cage due to incorrect


mounting and improper lubrication.

Reduce the mounting error and review the


lubricating method and lubricant.

Indentations in raceway in same pattern


as rolling elements.

Shock load during mounting or excessive


load when not rotating.

Use care in handling.

Indentations in raceway and rolling


elements.

Foreign matter such as metallic chips or


sand.

Clean the housing, improve the seals, and


use a clean lubricant.

Vibration of the bearing without rotation


during shipment or rocking motion of
small amplitude.

Secure the shaft and housing, use oil as a


lubricant and reduce vibration by applying a
preload.

Cracks

Indentations

Abnormal Wear
False brinelling (phenomenon similar to
brinelling)

Fretting

Slight wear of the fitting surface.

Increase interference and apply oil.

Wearing of raceway, rolling elements, rib,


and cage.

Penentration by foreign matter, incorrect


lubrication, and rust.

Improve the seals, clean the housing, and


use a clean lubricant.

Creep

Insufficient interference or insufficient


tightening of sleeve.

Modify the fit or tighten the sleeve

Discoloration and melting of raceway,


rolling elements, and ribs.

Insufficient clearance, incorrect


lubrication, or improper mounting.

Review the internal clearance and bearing


fit, supply an adequate amount of the
proper lubricant and improve the mounting
method and related parts.

Melting due to electric arcing.

Install a ground wire to stop the flow of


electricity or insulate the beaning.

Condensation of water from the air, or


fretting.
Penetration by corrosive
substance(especially varnish-gas, etc).

Use care in storing and avoid high


temperature and high humidity, treatment
for rust prevention is necessary when
operation is stopped for long time.
Selection of varnish and grease.

Countermeasure

Flaking
Flaking of one-side of the raceway of
radial bearing.

Abnomal axial load.

A loose fit should be used when mounting


the outer ring of free-end bearings to allow
axial expansion of the shaft.

Flaking of the raceway in symmetrical


patterm.

Out-of-roundness of the housing bore.

Correct the faulty housing.

Flaking pattern inclined relative to the


raceway in radial ball bearings. Flaking
near the edge of the raceway and rolling
surfaces in roller bearings.

Improper muonting, deflection of shaft,


inadequate tolerances for shaft and
housing.

Use care in mounting and centering, select


a bearing with a large clearance, and
correct the shaft and housing shoulder.

Flaking of raceway with same spacing as


rolling elements.

Large shock load during mounting, rusting


while bearing is out of operation for
prolonged period.

Use care in mounting and apply a rust


preventive when machine operation is
suspended for a long time.

Premature flaking of raceway and rolling


elements.

Insufficient clearance, excessive load,


improper lubrication, rust, etc.

Select proper fit, bearing clearance, and


lubricant.

Premature flaking of duplex bearings.

Excessive preload.

Adjust the preload.

Seizure

Electric Burng
Fluting or corrugations.

A 124

Countermeasure

Scoring

Table 14.3 Causes and Countermeasure for Bearing Failures


Type of Failure

Probable Causes

Corrosion & Rust


Rust and corrosion of fitting surfaces and
bearing interior.

A 125

15. TECHNICAL DATA


DEFINIONS OF SYMBOLS AND THEIR UNITS
Symbols

a
b
Cr
C0r

15. 1 AXIAL DISPLACEMENT OF BEARINGS

(1) Contact Angle and Axial Displacement of


Deep Groove Ball Bearings and Angular Contact Ball Bearings
(2) Axial Load and Axial Displacement of Tapered Roller Bearings

Page
A 128~A 129

Ca
C0a

A 128~A 129
A 128~A 129

A 130~A 133

(1) Surface Pressure, Maximum Stress on Fitted Surfaces


and Expansion or Contraction of Raceway Diameter
(2) Interferences or Clearances for Shafts and Inner Rings
(3) Interferences or Clearances for Housing Bores and
Outer Rings

A 130~A 131
A 130~A 131

A 130~A 133

15. 3 RADIAL AND AXIAL INTERNAL CLEARANCES


(1) Radial and Axial Internal Clearances for
Single-Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings
(2) Radial and Axial Internal Clearances for
Double-Row Angular Contact Ball Bearings

15. 4 PRELOAD AND STARTING TORQUE

A 132~A 133
A 132~A 133

A 132~A 133

A 134~A 135

15. 5 COEFFICIENTS OF FRICTION AND OTHER BEARING DATA


(1) Bearing Types and Their Coefficients of Friction
(2) Circumferential Speed of Rolling Elements
about Their Centers and Bearing Center
(3) Radial Internal Clearance and Fatigue Life

A 134

A 134~A 135
A 136~A 137

A 136

A 136
A 136~A 137

15. 6 BRANDS AND PROPERTIES OF LUBRICATING GREASES

A 138~A 141

na
nc

(N){ kgf}

ne
ni

(N){ kgf}
(N){ kgf}
(N){ kgf}

pm
P
Q

re
ri
va

De
Di

(mm)
(mm)
(mm)

vc

D0
Dpw
Dw

Housing Outside Diameter


Rolling Element Pitch Diameter
Nominal Rolling Element Diameter

(mm)
(mm)
(mm)

e
E

E(k )

Contact Position of Tapered Roller End


Face with Rib
Modulus of Longitudinal Elasticity
(Bearing Steel)
208 000 MPa{21 200kgf/mm2 }

f ( )

a
&a
&d

factor which depends on the geometry of


the bearing components and on the
applicable stress level

h
h0
k

De/D
D/D0
d /Di

Constant Determined by Internal


Design of Bearing
Fatigue Life when Effective Clearance is 0
Effective Leng of Roller
Fatigue Life when Effective Clearance is
&

m0

( )

Function of
Axial Load, Preload
Radial Load

L
Lwe
L

b 2
1
a

Fa
Fr

Distance between Centers of Curvature of


Inner and Outer Rings
ri + re Dw
Frictional Torque
Spin Friction

(mm)

Complete elliptic integral of the 2nd kind


for which the population parameter is

k=

M
Ms

A 126

Symbols

(mm)

f0

(1) Axial Load and Starting Torque of


Tapered Roller Bearings
(2) Preload and Starting Torque of Angular Contact Ball
Bearings and Double-Direction Angular Contact Thrust
Ball Bearings

Units
(mm)
(mm)

Shaft Diameter, Nominal Bearing Bore


Diameter
Housing Bore Diameter, Nominal Bearing
Outside Diameter
Outer Ring Raceway Diameter
Inner Ring Raceway Diameter

d
D

15. 2 FITS

Nomenclature
Contact Ellipse Major Axis
Contact Ellipse Major Axis
Basic Dynamic Load Rating of Radial
Bearings
Basic Static Load Radial of Radial
Bearings
Basic Dynamic Load Rating of Thrust
Bearings
Basic Static Load Rating of Thrust
Bearings

&r
(N){ kgf}
(N){ kgf}

&D
& De
& Di

(mm)

e
s
tmax

Nomenclature
Rotating Speed of Rolling Elements
Revolving Speed of Rolling Elements
(Cape Speed)
Speed of Ouder Ring
Speed of Inner Ring
Surface Pressure on Fitted Surface
Bearing Load
Rolling Element Load
Groove Radius of Outer Ring
Groove Radius of Inner Ring
Circumferential Speed of Rolling Element
about Its Center
Circumferential Speed of Rolling Element
about Beaing Center
Number of Rolling Elements per Row
Contact Angle (when axial load is applied
on Radial Ball Bearning
Initial Confact Angle (Geometri) (when
inner and outer rings of Angular Contact
Ball Bearings are pushed axially)
Initial Contact Angle (Geometric) (when
inner and outer rings Angular Contact
Ball Bearing are pushed radially)
1/2 of Conical Angle of Roller
Relative Axial Displacement of Inner and
Outer Rings
Axial Internal Clearance
Effective Interference of Inner Ring and
Shaft
Radial Internal Clearance
Effective Interference of Outer Ring and
Housing
Contraction of Outer Ring Raceway
Diameter due to Fit
Expansion of Inner Ring Raceway
Diameter dus to Fit

Units
( rpm)
( rpm)
( rpm)
( rpm)
( MPa ){kgf/mm2}
(N){ kgf}
(N){ kgf}
( mm )
( mm )
(m/sec)
(m/sec)

()

()
()
()
( mm )
( mm )
( mm )
( mm )
( mm )
( mm )
( mm )

Load Factor
Coefficient of Dynamic Friction of Rolling
Bearing
Coefficient of Friction between Roller End
Face and Rib
Coefficient of Sliding Friction
Maximum Stress on Fitted Surfaces
( MPa ){kgf/mm2}

(mm)
(Nmm){kgfmm}
(Nmm){kgfmm}

A 127

TECHNICAL DATA

15

0C
A

C ,2

00

18

72

06C
10C

04

0.1

0.2

0.3

0.4

0.5

06

0.010

B
03B 04B

06B
08B

A
08
A
10
2A
1 4 A ,20A,2
18A

Digits: Bearing Bore Number


C 0 = 15
A 0 = 30
B 0 = 40

0.6

10B

14B
20B
18B, B
26

24A

Fig. 15.1 Fa /Cor and Contact Angle of


Deep Groove and Angular
Contact Ball Bearings

00

Fa /Cor

Fa0.9
a = 0.000077
................. (N)
(sin )1.9 Z 0.9 L we0.8
(mm)
0.0006 Fa0.9
a =
.............. {kgf}
(sin )1.9 Z 0.9 L we0.8

500

1000

1500

2000

2500 N

50

100

150

200

250 k g f

Axial Load Fa

Fig. 15.3 Axial Load and Axial Displacement of


Angular Contact Ball Bearings

Remarks:
Actual axial displacement may vary depending on the
shaft/housing thickness, material, and fitting
interference with the bearing. Please contact NSK
about such factors of axial displacement which are
not discussed in detail in this catalog.

15

80

10
0=

60

0= 1

Serie

0 = 15

s
rie
06

10

12

06

04

10
08

14

10

12

0 = 15

40

14
16
18
20

16

14
12

14
16
18
20
eries
DJ S D
3
0
3
08
HR
10D
14D

6210
6310

20
0

10

10

08

s
0

08
08

HR3
02J

0=

100

Axial Displacement a

Axial Displacement a

120

Se
2J

06

=0
0

140

Se
rie
s

HR3
03J
Ser
04
ies

160

06

20

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500 N

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

Axial Load Fa

Fig. 15.2 Axial Load and Axial Displacement of


Deep Groove Ball Bearings

A 128

72

0.005

(2) Axial Load F a and Axial Displacement a of


Tapered Roller Bearings
(Fig. 15.4)

,22

10

(N), {kgf }

14C

4C
0.015

26

20

720

25

02

HR
32
3J

20
15
10
5
0

32

Fa
Q=
Zsin

mm

25

HR

Contact Angle

Deep Groove Ball Bearing and Angular Contact


Ball Bearings
(Figs. 15.1 to 15.3)
1
Q2 3
a = 0.00044 D
................... (N)
sin
w
(mm)
1
Q2 3
a = 0.002 D
..................... {kgf }
sin
w

0=30

30

08C

35

Axial Displacement a

15. 1 Axial Displacement of Bearings


(1) Contact Angle and Axial Displacement a of

kgf

1000

2000

3000

100

200

300

4000 N
400 k g f

Axial Load Fa

Fig. 15.4 Axial Load and Axial Displacement of


Tapered Roller Bearings

A 129

TECHNICAL DATA

MPa kgf/mm2

kgf/mm2 MPa

In case of housing outside dia. D0

Surface
Pressure

E & D (1 h2)(1 h02)


2 D
1 h2 h02
E &d
In case D0 =
2
(1 k )
2 2
E &D
pm =
(1 h2)
2 D

(In case of sold shaft)

pm
(MPa )
{kgf/mm2}

pm =

pm =

Maximum stress Maximum circumferential


stress on fitted surface of
tmax
inner ring bore is
(MPa )
1 + k2
{kgf/mm2} tmax = pm
1 k2
Expansion of
inner ring
raceway dia.
& Di (mm)

In case of solid shaft


& Di

Maximum circumferential stress on


outer ring bore surface is
2
tmax = pm
1 h2
In case D0
& De = & D h

= &d . k

Contraction of
outer ring
raceway dia.
& De (mm)

5
4
3

50
40
30

20

250 25
200 20

10

0.5
0.4
0.3

5
4
3

0.2

0.1

100 10

p6

n6
k5
js 5

20

30

50 70 100

200 300

50
40
30

5
4
3

20

10

5
500 mm

0.5

5
4
3

50
40
30

20

10

0.5
0.4
0.3

5
4
3

0.2

p6
n6
m5
k5

100 10

20

30

50 70 100

200 300

50
40

5
4

30

20

10
500 mm

Nominal Bearing Bore Diameter d (Class Normal)

Fig. 15.5 Surface Pressure m and Maximum Stress


tmax for Average Fitting Interference

In case D0 =

400 40
300 30
250 25
200 20
150 15

js 5

Nominal Bearing Bore Diameter d (Class Normal)

1 h02
1 h2 h02

MPa kgf/mm2

10 100

150 15

m5

kgf/mm2 MPa

Housing & Bore & Outer Ring

Surface Pressure

Shaft & Inner Ring

Maximum Stress tmax

Items

Maximum Stress tmax

Table. 15. 1 Surface Pressure, Maximum Stress on Fitted


Surfaces and Expansion or Contraction

(1) Surface Pressure pm , Maximum Stress tmax on


Fitted Surfaces and Expansion of Inner Ring
Raceway Diameter & Di or Contraction of Outer
Ring Raceway Diameter & De
(Table 15.1, Figs. 15.5 and 15.6)
(2) Interferences or Clearances of Shafts and Inner
Rings (Table 15.2)
(3) Interferences or Clearances of Housing Bores
and Outer Rings (Table 15.3)

Surface Pressure

15.2 Fits

Fig. 15.6 Surface Pressure m and Maximum Stress


tmax for Maximum Fitting Interference

& De = & D h

Remarks The modulus of longitudinal elasticity and Poisson's ratio for


the shaft and housing material are the same as those for inner
and outer rings.
Reference 1MPa =1N/ mm2= 0.102kgf / mm2

Table 15. 2 Interferences or Clearances


Single Plane
Mean Bore
Size
Classification Dia. Deviation
(Normal)
(mm)
& d mp
over

incl

high over

Interferences or Clearances for


f6

g5

Clearance

g6

h5

h6

js5

min

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

Units : m

Each Fitting Class

j5

js6

Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance InterClearance ference
ference
ference
ference
ference
ference

max

of Shafts and Inner Rings

j6

k5

k6

Inter- Clearance Inter- Interference


Clearance ference
ference

m5

m6

n6

p6

r6

Size
Classification
(mm)

Interference

Interference

Interference

Interference

Interference

Interference

max

max

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

over

incl

12
13

4.5 12.5
5.5 13.5

2
3

15
16

3
6
10

6
10
18

max

max

max

max

3
4

11
12

2
3

max

3
6
10

6
10
18

0
0
0

8
8
8

18
22
27

2
5
8

9
11
14

4
3
2

12
14
17

4
3
2

5
6
8

8
8
8

8
9
11

8
8
8

18
30
50

30
50
65

0
0
0

10
12
15

33
41
49

10
13
15

16
20
23

3
3
5

20
25
29

3
3
5

9
11
13

10
12
15

13
16
19

10
12
15

4.5
5.5
6.5

14.5
17.5
21.5

4
5
7

15
18
21

6.5 16.5
8
20
9.5 24.5

4
5
7

19
23
27

2
2
2

21
25
30

2
2
2

25
30
36

9
11

32
39

9
11

37
45

18
30
50

30
50
65

65
80
100

80
100
120

0
0
0

15
20
20

49
58
58

15
16
16

23
27
27

5
8
8

29
34
34

5
8
8

13
15
15

15
20
20

19
22
22

15
20
20

6.5
7.5
7.5

21.5
27.5
27.5

7
9
9

21
26
26

9.5 24.5
11
31
11
31

7
9
9

27
33
33

2
3
3

30
38
38

2
3
3

36
45
45

11
13
13

39
48
48

11
13
13

45
55
55

20
23
23

54
65
65

37
37

79
79

65
80
100

80
100
120

120
140
160

140
160
180

0
0
0

25
25
25

68
68
68

18
18
18

32
32
32

11
11
11

39
39
39

11
11
11

18
18
18

25
25
25

25
25
25

25
25
25

9
9
9

34
34
34

11
11
11

32
32
32

12.5 37.5
12.5 37.5
12.5 37.5

11
11
11

39
39
39

3
3
3

46
46
46

3
3
3

53
53
53

15
15
15

58
58
58

15
15
15

65
65
65

27
27
27

77
77
77

43
43
43

93
93
93

63
65
68

113
115
118

120
140
160

140
160
180

180
200
225

200
225
250

0
0
0

30
30
30

79
79
79

20
20
20

35
35
35

15
15
15

44
44
44

15
15
15

20
20
20

30
30
30

29
29
29

30
30
30

10
10
10

40
40
40

13
13
13

37
37
37

14.5 44.5
14.5 44.5
14.5 44.5

13
13
13

46
46
46

4
4
4

54
54
54

4
4
4

63
63
63

17
17
17

67
67
67

17
17
17

76
76
76

31
31
31

90
90
90

50
50
50

109
109
109

77
80
84

136
139
143

180
200
225

200
225
250

250
280
315

280
315
355

0
0
0

35
35
40

88
88
98

21
21
22

40
40
43

18
18
22

49
49
54

18
18
22

23
23
25

35
35
40

32
32
36

35
35
40

11.5
11.5
12.5

46.5
46.5
52.5

16
16
18

42
42
47

16
16
18

51
51
58

16
16
18

51
51
58

4
4
4

62
62
69

4
4
4

71
71
80

20
20
21

78
78
86

20
20
21

87
87
97

34
34
37

101
101
113

56
56
62

123
94
123
98
138 108

161
165
184

250
280
315

280
315
355

355
400
450

400
450
500

0
0
0

40
45
45

98
108
108

22
23
23

43
47
47

22
25
25

54
60
60

22
25
25

25
27
27

40
45
45

36
40
40

40
45
45

12.5
13.5
13.5

52.5
58.5
58.5

18
20
20

47
52
52

18
20
20

58
65
65

18
20
20

58
65
65

4
5
5

69
77
77

4
5
5

80
90
90

21
23
23

86
95
95

21
23
23

97
108
108

37
40
40

113
125
125

62
68
68

138 114
153 126
153 132

190
211
217

355
400
450

400
450
500

Remarks 1. The figures for tolerance classes where stress caused by the fitting of the shaft and inner ring becomes
excessive are omitted.
2. The tolerance range js is now recommended instead of j.

A 130

A 131

TECHNICAL DATA

Table 15. 3 Interferences or


Single Plane
Mean O. D.
Size
Deviation
Classification
(Normal)
(mm)
& D mp
over

incl

high

Interferences or Clearances for

low

G7

H6

H7

H8

J6

Clearance

Clearance

Clearance

Clearance

JS6

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

max

max

max

Units : m

Each Fitting Class


JS7

J7

Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance InterClearance ference


ference
ference

max

Clearances of Housing Bores and Outer Rings

K6

K7

M6

M7

N6

N7

P6

P7

Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Clearance Inter- Interference
Clearance ference
ference
ference
ference
ference
ference
ference

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

max

Interference

Size
Classification
(mm)

min

max

over

6
10
18

10
18
30

0
0
0

8
8
9

28
32
37

5
6
7

17
19
22

0
0
0

23
26
30

0
0
0

30
35
42

0
0
0

13
14
17

4
5
5

12.5
13.5
15.5

4.5
5.5
6.5

16
18
21

7
8
9

15
17
19

7
9
10

10
10
11

7
9
11

13
14
15

10
12
15

5
4
5

12
15
17

8
8
9

15
18
21

1
1
2

16
20
24

4
3
2

19
23
28

4
7
9

21
26
31

1
3
5

24
29
35

6
10
18

incl
10
18
30

30
50
80

50
80
120

0
0
0

11
13
15

45
53
62

9
10
12

27
32
37

0
0
0

36
43
50

0
0
0

50
59
69

0
0
0

21
26
31

6
6
6

19
22.5
26

8
9.5
11

25
31
37

11
12
13

23
28
32

12
15
17

14
17
19

13
15
18

18
22
25

18
21
25

7
8
9

20
24
28

11
13
15

25
30
35

1
1
1

28
33
38

3
4
5

33
39
45

10
13
15

37
45
52

6
8
9

42
51
59

30
50
80

50
80
120

120
150
180

150
180
250

0
0
0

18
25
30

72
79
91

14
14
15

43
50
59

0
0
0

58
65
76

0
0
0

81
88
102

0
0
0

36
43
52

7
7
7

30.5
37.5
44.5

12.5
12.5
14.5

44
51
60

14
14
16

38
45
53

20
20
23

22
29
35

21
21
24

30
37
43

28
28
33

10
17
22

33
33
37

18
25
30

40
40
46

2
5
8

45
45
51

6
13
16

52
52
60

18
11
11

61
61
70

10
3
3

68
68
79

120
150
180

150
180
250

250
315
400

315
400
500

0
0
0

35
40
45

104
115
128

17
18
20

67
76
85

0
0
0

87
97
108

0
0
0

116
129
142

0
0
0

60
69
78

7
7
7

51
58
65

16
18
20

71
79
88

16
18
20

61
68
76

26
28
31

40
47
53

27
29
32

51
57
63

36
40
45

26
30
35

41
46
50

35
40
45

52
57
63

10
14
18

57
62
67

21
24
28

66
73
80

12
11
10

79
87
95

1
1
0

88
98
108

250
315
400

315
400
500

500 630
630 800
800 1 000

0
0
0

50
75
100

142
179
216

22
24
26

94
125
156

0
0
0

120
155
190

0
0
0

160
200
240

0
0
0

72
100
128

22
25
28

85
115
145

35
40
45

50
75
100

44
50
56

50
75
100

70
80
90

24
45
66

70
80
90

24
45
66

96
110
124

6
25
44

88
100
112

6
25
44

114
130
146

28
13
0

122
138
156

28
13
0

148
168
190

500
630
630
800
800 1 000

Note () Indicates the minimum interference


Remarks The tolerance range JS is now recommended instead of J.

15.3 Radial and Axial Internal


Clearances

Table 15. 4 Constant K

(2) Radial Internal Clearance & r and


Axial Internal Clearance & a in DoubleRow Angular Contact Ball Bearings
(Fig. 15.8)
&a = 2

m 02 m 0 cos R

2 m 0 sin R

A 132

&r
2

(mm)

0.80
0.80
0.80
0.90
0.90
0.96
0.96
0.96
1.01
1.01
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.16
1.16
1.20
1.20
1.29
1.29
1.29
1.37
1.40
1.40
1.54
1.54
1.57

0.80
0.93
0.93
0.96
0.96
1.01
1.06
1.06
1.11
1.11
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.29
1.29
1.37
1.37
1.44
1.44
1.44
1.54
1.64
1.64
1.70
1.70
1.76

0.93
0.93
0.93
0.99
1.06
1.06
1.07
1.25
1.29
1.29
1.33
1.40
1.50
1.54
1.57
1.57
1.64
1.70
1.76
1.82
1.88
1.95
2.01
2.06
2.11
2.11
2.11

1.14
1.06
1.06
1.11
1.07
1.20
1.19
1.37
1.45
1.57
1.64
1.70
2.09
1.82
1.88
1.95
2.01
2.06
2.11
2.16
2.25
2.32
2.40
2.40
2.49
2.59
2.59

62Series
24~30
21, 22
16, 17
13~15
10~11
07
04~06
00~02

0.50
0.30
0.20

63Series
28, 30
22, 24
17~19
15, 16
10, 11
07
05, 06
01~04

0.10
160Series
26~30
21~24
16~17
11~13
06~08
01~03

0.05
0.04
0.03

60Series
22~28
21
16~17
11~13
07~10
02~05
01

80

ot
25

00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
26
28
30

1.00

60

rc

1
2

63XX

&

K = 2 (re + r i Dw)

62XX

5320
5315
5310
5305

a=

where

60XX

&

(mm)

160XX

Axial Internal Clearance & a

& aHK & r 2

mm

Values of K
Bore No.

Axial Internal Clearance & a

(1) Radial Internal Clearance & r and


Axial Internal Clearance & a in SingleRow Deep Groove Ball Bearings
(Fig. 15.7)

5220
40

5215
5205 5210
5200

20

0.02

0.001

0.003

0.005

0.01

0.02

0.03

0.05

0.1

Radial Internal Clearance & r


Fig. 15.7 & r and & a in Single-Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings

0.2

mm

10

20

30

40

Radial Internal Clearance & r

50

Fig. 15.8 & r and & a in Double-Row Angular


Contact Ball Bearings (52, 53 Series)

A 133

TECHNICAL DATA

15. 4 Preload and Staring Torque

M = e e Fa cos
(Nmm), {kgfmm}
where
e : 0.20
When bearings with the same number are used in
opposition, the torque M caused by the preload
becomes 2M.

M = Ms Z sin
where Ms is spin friction
3
Ms = s Q a E(k)
8

s = 0.15
When bearings with the same number are used in
opposition, the torque M caused by the preload
becomes 2M.

Dw1

2
0

e Qf

(Nmm), {kgfmm}

where

Qf

(Nmm), {kgfmm}

Starting Torque of Duplex Bearings


(for two bearings) 2M

(1) Axial Load Fa and Starting Torque M of Tapered


Roller Bearings (Figs. 15.9 and 15.10)

Qe

kgf . mm N . mm

(2) Preload Fa and Starting Torque M of Angular


Contact Ball Bearings and Double-Direction
Angular Contact Thrust Ball Bearings (Figs. 15.11
and 15.12)

300

300

20

200

22

10

22 20 0
14 1
00 ries
Se
70C

Qi

100

20
16 ,10
08
18 4
,1
12 06
04 02 00
ies
Ser
7 2C

Fig. 15.9 Relation between e and

500

50

1000

1500

2000 N

100

150

200 kgf

Preload Fa

Fig. 15.11 Preload and Starting Torque for Back-to-Back or Face-to-Face Arrangements
of Angular Contact Ball Bearings ( =15)
kgfmm

Nmm
5000

500

kgf . mm N . mm
14
12

4000
400

70
10

14

14

D
12

200

,1 6

18

04

14

1000

08

06
HR

08D

06

2
30

JS

5000

500

er

ie s
3J
30
HR

Se

s
rie
HR

30

J
3D

04

06

08

100

06

10

D
10

10

ie
er

HR

32

2J

ie
er

600

280TAC20
240TAC20
200TAC20
150TAC20
100TAC20
80TAC20

08

12
14

2000

60

Starting Torque M

300

3000
16

Starting Torque M

18

700

10000
1000
Axial Load Fa

Fig. 15.10 Relation between Axial Load and Starting


Torque of Tapered Roller Bearings

HR

3
32

r
Se

ie

15000
1500

50

40

30

500

400

60TAC20
50TAC20
40TAC20

300

20

200

10

100

240TAC29
170TAC29
140TAC29
120TAC29
100TAC29
80TAC29
60TAC29

N
kgf

1000

100

2000
200

3000
300

4000
400

5000
500

6000
600

7000
700

8000
800

9000
900

N
kgf

Preload Fa

Fig. 15.12 Preload and Starting Torque of Double-Direction


Angular Contact Thrust Ball Bearings

A 134

A 135

TECHNICAL DATA

15.5 Coefficients of Dynamic Friction and


Other Bearing Data

(3) Radial Internal Clearance & r and Fatigue Life L


(Fig. 15.13)

(1) Bearing Types and Their Coefficients of Dynamic


Friction

For the radial internal clearance & r and the function f


( ) of the load factor, the following equations are valid:

Table 15. 7

Deep Groove Ball Bearings

For Deep Groove Ball Bearings

M
P d

f ( ) =

0.00044

Table 15.5 Coefficients of Dynamic Friction


Approximate values of

Bearing Types

f ( ) =

Deep Groove Ball Bearings


Angular Contact Ball Bearings
Self-Aligning Ball Bearings
Thrust Ball Bearings

0.0013
0.0015
0.0010
0.0011

Cylindrical Roller Bearings


Tapered Roller Bearings
Spherical Roller Bearings

0.0010
0.0022
0.0028

f ( ) =

0.0015

f ( ) =

Needle Roller Bearings


with Cages
Full Complement Needle
Roller Bearings
Spherical Thrust Roller
Bearings

&r D

1
w 3

( FZ )
r

& r Dw

1
3

....................................{kgf}

2
3

( )

0.002 Fr
Z

....................................(N)

2
3

For Cylindrical Roller Bearings

0.0025

& r L we0.8
0.9

( )

0.000077 Fr
Z
& r L we0.8

0.9

( )

0.0006 Fr
Z

..................................(N)

..................................{kgf}

and f ( ), L /L
Cylindrical Roller Bearings

f ( )

f ( )

0.1
0.2
0.3

33.713
10.221
4.045

0.294
0.546
0.737

51.315
14.500
5.539

0.220
0.469
0.691

0.4
0.5
0.6

1.408
0

0.889
1.0
1.069

1.887
0

0.859

1.133

0.870
1.0
1.075

0.7
0.8
0.9

1.438
1.862
2.195

1.098
1.094
1.041

1.897
2.455
2.929

1.096
1.065
0.968

1.0
1.25
1.5

2.489
3.207
3.877

0.948
0.605
0.371

3.453
4.934
6.387

0.805
0.378
0.196

1.67
1.8
2.0

4.283
4.596
5.052

0.276
0.221
0.159

7.335
8.082
9.187

0.133
0.100
0.067

2.5
3
4

6.114
7.092
8.874

0.078
0.043
0.017

11.904
14.570
19.721

0.029
0.015
0.005

10.489
17.148

0.008
0.001

24.903
48.395

0.002
0.0002

5
10

The relation between the load factor and f ( ) and


L / L , when the radial internal clearance is & r is as
shown in Table 15.7.
From the above equations, first obtain f ( ) and then
and L / L can be obtained.

0.0028

(2) Circumferential Speeds of Rolling Elements


about Their Centers and Bearing Center
1.0

Rotating inner ring, fixed outer ring

Dpw
cos n i

Dw
Dpw/Dw 2

Ball rotating speed


na (rpm)

Cicumferential
speed around
bearing ball's center
a (m/sec)

Dw

60103

Revolving
speed around
bearing center
nc (rpm)
Cicumferential
speed around
bearing center
c (m/sec)

Rotating outer ring, fixed inner ring


+

Dpw
cos2 n e

Dw
Dpw/Dw 2

Life Ratio

Items

L
L

Table 15.6 Circumferential Speeds of Rolling Elements about


Their Centers and Bearing Center

P=Cr/5 6208
P=Cr/10 Cr=29 100N
P=Cr/15

0.8

0.6

0.4

+ 1

Dpw
cos2 n i

Dw
Dpw/Dw 2

cos n i
Dpw/Dw 2

Dw
+
60103

+ 1

Dpw
cos2 n e

Dw
Dpw/Dw 2

cos n e
Dpw/Dw 2

0.2

NU208 P=Cr/5
Cr=43 500N P=Cr/10
P=Cr/15
60

40

20

20

40

60

80

100

Radial Internal Clearance & r

Dpw cos

1
3
6010

Dpw/Dw

ni

)2

Dpw cos n e
+
1
3
6010

Dpw/Dw

)2

120

Fig. 15.13 Radial Internal Clearance and Life Ratio

Remarks 1. + sign indicates CW rotation and sign CCW


Remarks 2. The revolving speed and circumferential speed of the rolling elements are the same as those of the
cage.

A 136

A 137

TECHNICAL DATA

15. 6 BRANDS AND PROPERTIES OF LUBRIVATING GREASES


Table 15. 8 Brands of Lubricating Greases
Brands

Thickeners

Base Oils

and Comparison of Properties


Dropping Point (C)

Consistency

Working Temperature
Range(1)(C)

Pressure Resistance

Usable Limit Compared


to Listed Limiting
Speed(2)(%)

ADREX

Lithium

Mineral oil

198

300

0 ~ +110

Good

70

APPOLOIL AUTOREX A

Lithium

Mineral oil

198

280

10 ~ +110

Fair

60

Lithium/Calcium

Mineral oil

177

294

10 ~ + 80

Fair

70

EA2 Grease

Urea

Poly--olefin oil

260

243

40 ~ +150

Fair

100

EA3 Grease

Urea

Poly--olefin oil

260

230

40 ~ +150

Fair

100

EA5 Grease

Urea

Poly--olefin oil

260

251

40 ~ +160

Good

60

EA7 Grease

Urea

Poly--olefin oil

260

243

40 ~ +160

Fair

100

ENC Grease

Urea

Polyol ester oil + Mineral oil

260

262

40 ~ +160

Fair

70

ENS Grease

Urea

Polyol ester oil

260

264

40 ~ +160

Fair

100

Lithium + Carbon black

Poly--olefin oil

260

243

10 ~ +120

Fair

100

Barium Complex

Diester oil + Mineral oil

260

280

30 ~ +120

Poor

100

Lithium

Diester oil

195

280

50 ~ +110

Poor

100

Barium Complex

Poly--olefin oil

260

280

40 ~ +130

Poor

90

Micro Gel

Diester oil

260

288

55 ~ +100

Poor

100
60

Arapen RB 300

ECZ
ISOFLEX NBU 15
ISOFLEX SUPER LDS 18
ISOFLEX TOPAS NB52
Aero Shell Grease 7
SH 33 L Grease

Lithium

Silicone oil

210

310

60 ~ +120

Poor

SH 44 M Grease

Lithium

Silicone oil

210

260

30 ~ +130

Poor

60

NS Hi-LUBE

Lithium

Polyol ester oil + Diester oil

192

250

40 ~ +130

Fair

100

NSA

Lithium

Poly--olefin oil + Ester oil

201

311

40 ~ +130

Fair

70

NSC Grease

Lithium

Alkyldiphenyl ether oil + Polyol ester oil

192

235

30 ~ +140

Fair

70

NSK Clean Grease LG2

Lithium

Poly--olefin oil + Mineral oil

201

199

40 ~ +130

Poor

100

Good

60

Fair

70

EMALUBE 8030

Urea

Mineral oil

260

280

0 ~ +130

MA8 Grease

Urea

Alkyldiphenyl ether oil + Poly--olefin oil

260

283

30 ~ +160

KRYTOX GPL-524

PTFE

Perfluoropolyether oil

260

265

0 ~ +200

Fair

70

KP1

PTFE

Perfluoropolyether oil

260

280

30 ~ +200

Fair

60
100

Sodium Terephtalamate

Polyol ester oil + Mineral oil

230

227

40 ~ +130

Poor

G-40M

Lithium

Silicone oil

223

252

30 ~ +130

Poor

60

Shell Alvania EP Grease 2

Lithium

Mineral oil

187

276

0 ~ + 80

Good

60

Shell Alvania Grease S1

Lithium

Mineral oil

182

323

10 ~ +110

Fair

70

Shell Alvania Grease S2

Lithium

Mineral oil

185

275

10 ~ +110

Fair

70

Shell Alvania Grease S3

Lithium

Mineral oil

185

242

10 ~ +110

Fair

70

Shell Cassida Grease RLS 2

Aluminum Complex

Poly--olefin oil

260

280

0 ~ +120

Fair

70

SHELL SUNLIGHT Grease 2

Lithium

Mineral oil

200

274

10 ~ +110

Fair

70

259

240

40 ~ +150

Fair

70

260

280

30 ~ +200

Fair

Cosmo Wide Grease WR No.3

WPH Grease

Urea

Poly--olefin oil

DEMNUM Grease L-200

PTFE

Perfluoropolyether oil

Notes (1) If grease will be used at the upper or lower limit safficient of the temperature range or in a special environment such
as vacuum, it is advisable to consult NSK.
Notes (2) For short-term operation or when cooling is grease may be used at speeds exceeding the above limits provided the
supply of grease is appropriate.

A 138

60

(continued on next page)

A 139

TECHNICAL DATA

Brands

Thickeners

Base Oils

Dropping Point (C)

Consistency

Working Temperature
Range(1)(C)

Pressure Resistance

Usable Limit Compared


to Listed Limiting
Speed(2)(%)

NIGACE WR-S

Urea

Mixed oil

260

230

30 ~ +150

Poor

70

NIGLUB RSH

Sodium Complex

Polyalkylene Glycol oil

260

270

20 ~ +120

Fair

60

PYRONOC UNIVERSAL N6B


PALMAX RBG

Urea

Mineral oil

238

290

0 ~ +130

Fair

70

Lithium Complex

Mineral oil

216

300

10 ~ +130

Good

70

Beacon 325

Lithium

Diester oil

190

274

50 ~ +110

Poor

100

MULTEMP PS No.2

Lithium

Mineral oil + Diester oil

190

275

50 ~ +110

Poor

100

MOLYKOTE FS-3451 Grease

PTFE

Fluorosilicone oil

260

285

0 ~ +180

Fair

70

UME Grease

Urea

Mineral oil

260

268

10 ~ +130

Fair

70

UMM Grease 2

Urea

Mineral oil

260

267

10 ~ +130

Fair

70

RAREMAX AF-1

Urea

Mineral oil

260

300

10 ~ +130

Fair

70

Notes (1) If grease will be used at the upper or lower limit sufficient of the temperature range or in a special environment such
as vacuum, it is advisable to consult NSK.
Notes (2) For short-term operation or when cooling is grease may be used at speeds exceeding the above limits provided the
supply of grease is appropriate.

A 140

A 141

BEARING TABLES

BEARING TABLE CONTENTS

Page

BALL BEARING UNITS B276~B299


DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS
SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS
MAXIMUM TYPE BALL BEARINGS
MAGNETO BEARINGS
EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS AND
MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS
Metric Design
Inch Design

Page
B4~ B45

Bore Dia.
10~800mm B8~ B25
25~110mm B26~ B27
4~ 20mm B28~ B29
B30~ B45
1~9mm B34~ B41
1.016~9.525mm B42~ B45

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS B46~ B71


SINGLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS
MATCHED ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS
DOUBLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS
FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL BEARINGS

Bore Dia.
10~200mm
10~200mm
10~ 85mm
30~200mm

B50~ B65
B50~ B65
B66~ B67
B68~ B71

SET SCREW TYPE


Pillow blocks cast housing
UCP2
Flanged units cast housing
UCF2
UCFL2

B282~B287
B288~B293
B294~B299

PLUMMER BLOCKS B300~B321


STANDARD TYPE PLUMMER BLOCKS
LARGE PLUMMER BLOCKS
DUSTPROOF PLUMMER BLOCKS
STEPPED-SHAFT TYPE PLUMMER BLOCKS

Shaft Dia.
20~140mm
150~450mm
50~180mm
25~320mm

B302~B307
B308~B311
B312~B313
B314~B321

CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS FOR SHEAVES B322~B329


Open Type
Prelubricated Type

Bore Dia.
50 ~560mm B324~B327
40 ~400mm B328~B329

SELF-ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS B72~ B79


SELF-ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS

Bore Dia.
5~110mm B74~ B79

ROLL-NECK BEARINGS B330~B339


FOUR-ROW TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
FOUR-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS

100~939.800mm B334~B335
100~920mm B336~B339

CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS B80~B105


SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS
L-SHAPED THRUST COLLARS FOR CYLINDRICAL ROLLER
BEARINGS
DOUBLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS

Bore Dia.
20~500mm B84~ B99

ROLLING ELEMENTS B342~B351


20~320mm B100~B101
25~360mm B102~B105

TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS B106~B177


METRIC DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
INCH DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
DOUBLE-ROW TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS

Bore Dia.
15~440mm B112~B131
12.000~206.375mm B132~B167
80~260mm B168~B177

SPHERICAL ROLLER BEARINGS B178~B201


SPHERICAL ROLLER BEARINGS

RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK BEARINGS B340~B341

Bore Dia.
25~1400mm B180~B201

STEEL BALLS FOR BALL BEARINGS


CYLINDRICAL ROLLERS FOR ROLLER BEARINGS
LONG CYLINDRICAL ROLLERS FOR ROLLER BEARINGS
NEEDLE ROLLERS FOR ROLLER BEARINGS

Basic Dia.
0.3~114.3mm
3 ~ 80mm
5.5~ 15mm
1 ~ 5mm

B344~B345
B346~B347
B348~B349
B350~B351

ACCESSORIES FOR ROLLING BEARINGS B352~B375


ADAPTERS FOR ROLLING BEARINGS
WITHDRAWAL SLEEVES FOR ROLLING BEARINGS
NUTS FOR ROLLING BEARINGS
STOPPERS FOR ROLLING BEARINGS
WASHERS FOR ROLLING BEARINGS

Shaft Dia.
17 ~470mm
35 ~480mm

B354~B361
B362~B367
B368~B372
B373
B374~B375

THRUST BEARINGS B202~B239


SINGLE-DIRECTION THRUST BALL BEARINGS
DOUBLE-DIRECTION THRUST BALL BEARINGS
CYLINDRICAL ROLLER THRUST BEARINGS
SPHERICAL THRUST ROLLER BEARINGS
ANGULAR CONTACT THRUST BALL BEARINGS
Double-Direction Angular Contact Thrust Ball Bearings
Angular Contact Thrust Ball Bearings for Ball Screws

Bore Dia.
10~360mm
10~190mm
35~320mm
60~500mm

35~280mm
15~ 60mm

B206~B213
B214~B219
B220~B223
B224~B229
B230~B239
B234~B237
B238~B239

Needle Roller Bearings B240~B275


CAGE & NEEDLE ROLLER ASSEMBLIES
DRAWN CUP NEEDLE ROLLER BEARINGS
SOLID NEEDLE ROLLER BEARINGS
THRUST NEEDLE ROLLER BEARINGS
CAM FOLLOWERS
ROLLER FOLLOWERS

B2

Bore Dia.
5~100mm
4~ 55mm
9~390mm
10~100mm
16~ 90mm
5~ 50mm

B248~B253
B254~B259
B260~B269
B270~B271
B272~B273
B274~B275

B3

DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS
Open Type, Shielded Type, Sealed Type

Bore Diameter 10~240mm Pages B8~B19

Open Type

Bore Diameter 260~800mm Pages B20~B25

MAXIMUM TYPE BALL BEARINGS

Bore Diameter 25~11OmmPages B26~B27

MAGNETO BEARINGS

Bore Diameter 4~20mm Pages B28~B29

Extra Small and Miniature Ball Bearings are described on Pages B30 to B45.

DESIGN, TYPES, AND FEATURES


SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS
Single-Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings are classified into the types shown
below.
The proper amount of good quality grease is packed in shielded and sealed
ball bearings. A comparison of the features of each type is shown in Table 1.
Table 1 Features of Sealed Ball Bearings

Open Type

Shielded Type
(ZZ Type)

Shielded Type
(ZZ Type)

Non-Contact
Rubber Sealed Type
(VV Type)

Torque

Low

Low

Higher than ZZ, VV types


due to contact seal

Speed
capability

Good

Good

Limited by contact seals

Grease sealing
effectiveness

Good

Better than ZZ type

A little better than VV type

Dust
resistance

Good

Better than ZZ type


(usable in
moderately dusty
environment)

Best (usable even in very


dusty environment)

Water
resistance

Not
suitable

Not suitable

Operating
temperature (1)

10to
+110C

10 to +110C

With Snap Ring

Non-Contact
Rubber Sealed
Type (VV Type)

Contact
Rubber Sealed
Type (DDU Type)

B4

Type

Note

Contact Rubber Sealed Type


(DDU Type)

Good (usable even if fluid is


splashed on bearing)
10 to +100C

(1) The above temperature range applies to standard bearings. By using


cold or heat resistant grease and changing the type of rubber, the
operating temperature range can be extended. For such applications,
please contact NSK.

B5

For deep groove ball bearings, pressed cages are usually used. For big
bearings, machined brass cages are used. (Refer to Table 2)
Machined cages are also used for high speed applications.

Table 2 Standard Cages for Deep Groove Ball Bearings


Series
68
69
160

Pressed Steel Cages


6800 ~

6838

6900 ~

6936

16001 ~ 16026

Machined Brass Cages


6840 ~ 68/800
6938 ~ 69/800
16028 ~

16064

60

6000 ~

6040

6044 ~ 60/670

62

6200 ~

6240

6244 ~

6272

63

6300 ~

6332

6334 ~

6356

MAXIMUM TYPE BALL BEARINGS


Maximum Type Ball Bearings contain a larger number of balls than normal
deep groove ball bearings because of filling slots in the inner and outer rings.
Because of their filling slots, they are not suitable for applications with high axial
loads.
BL2 and BL3 types of bearings have boundary dimensions equal to those of
single-row deep groove ball bearings of Series 62 and 63 respectively. Besides
the open type, ZZ type shielded bearings are also available.
When using these bearings, it is important for the filling slot in the outer ring to
be outside of the loaded zone as much as possible.
Their cages are pressed steel.

MAGNETO BEARINGS
The groove in the inner ring is a little shallower than that of deep groove ball
bearings and one side of the outer ring is relieved. Consequently, the outer ring is
separable, which makes it convenient for mounting.
Pressed cages are standard, but for high speed applications, machined
synthetic resin cages are used.

TOLERANCES AND RUNNING ACCURACY


SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL
BEARINGSTable 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)
MAXIMUM TYPE BALL BEARINGS Table 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)
MAGNETO BEARINGSTable 8.5 (Pages A70~A71)

RECOMMENDED FITS
SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL
BEARINGSTable 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)
MAXIMUM TYPE BALL BEARINGS Table 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)
MAGNETO BEARINGSTable 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)

INTERNAL CLEARANCES
SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL
BEARINGSTable 9.9 (Page A89)
MAXIMUM TYPE BALL BEARINGS Table 9.9 (Page A89)
MAGNETO BEARINGSTable 9.11 (Page A89)

LIMITING SPEEDS
The limiting speeds listed in the bearing tables should be adjusted depending
on the bearing load conditions. Also, higher speeds are attainable by making
changes in the lubrication method, cage design, etc. Refer to Page A37 for
detailed information.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


For deep groove ball bearings, if the bearing load is too small during operation,
slippage occurs between the balls and raceways, which may result in smearing.
The higher the weight of balls and cage, the higher this tendency becomes,
especially for large bearings. If very small bearing loads are expected, please
contact NSK for selection of an appropriate bearing.

B6

B7

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

10~22 mm

f 0Fa

rN a

C 0r

r0

ra

ra

jD

jD 2

jd

jDa

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

ra
jda jD X

jD 1

Shielded Type
ZZ

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

(N)

Cr

Contact
Sealed Type
DD DDU
Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

12

15

17

20

22

With
Snap Ring
NR

Limiting Speeds (rpm)


Grease

min

10

With Snap
Ring Groove
N

Open
Z ZZ
V VV

DU
DDU

Bearing Numbers

Oil
Open
Z

Open Shielded

(mm)

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

Snap Ring (1)


Dimensions
(mm)

D1

r0

rN

D2

max

min

max

max

min

max

max

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

d a(2)
min

D a(2)

ra

Dx

CY

max

max

max

min

max

approx

19
22
26

5
6
8

0.3
0.3
0.3

1 720
2 700
4 550

840
1 270
1 970

175
275
465

86
129
201

14.8
14.0
12.4

34 000 24 000 40 000


32 000 22 000 38 000
30 000 22 000 36 000

6800
6900
6000

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

VV DD
VV DD
VV DDU

N( 3) NR( 3) 1.05
N( 4) NR( 4) 1.35

0.80
0.87

20.80
24.50

0.20
0.20

0.2
0.3

24.8
28.7

0.70
0.84

12
12
12

12
12.5
13

17
20
24

0.3
0.3
0.3

25.5
29.4

1.5
1.9

0.005
0.009
0.018

30
35

9
11

0.6
0.6

5 100
8 100

2 390
3 450

520
825

244
350

13.2
11.2

24 000 18 000 30 000


22 000 17 000 26 000

6200
6300

ZZ
ZZ

VV DDU
VV DDU

N
N

NR
NR

2.06
2.06

1.35
1.35

28.17
33.17

0.40
0.40

0.5
0.5

34.7
39.7

1.12
1.12

14
14

16
16.5

26
31

0.6
0.6

35.5
40.5

2.9
2.9

0.032
0.052

21
24
28

5
6
7

0.3
0.3
0.3

1 920
2 890
5 100

1 040
1 460
2 370

195
295
520

106
149
241

15.3
14.5
13.0

32 000 20 000 38 000


30 000 20 000 36 000
28 000
32 000

6801
6901
16001

ZZ
ZZ

VV DD
VV DD

NR

1.05

0.80

22.80

0.20

0.2

26.8

0.70

14
14
14

14
14.5

19
22
26

0.3
0.3
0.3

27.5

1.5

0.006
0.010
0.019

28
32
37

8
10
12

0.3
0.6
1

5 100
6 800
9 700

2 370
3 050
4 200

520
695
990

241
310
425

13.0
12.3
11.1

28 000 18 000 32 000


22 000 17 000 28 000
20 000 16 000 24 000

6001
6201
6301

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

VV DDU
VV DDU
VV DDU

N( 4) NR( 4) 1.35
N NR 2.06
N NR 2.06

0.87
1.35
1.35

26.50
30.15
34.77

0.20
0.40
0.40

0.3
0.5
0.5

30.7
36.7
41.3

0.84
1.12
1.12

14
16
17

15.5
17
18

26
28
32

0.3
0.6
1

31.4
37.5
42

1.9
2.9
2.9

0.022
0.037
0.060

24
28
32

5
7
8

0.3
0.3
0.3

2 070
4 350
5 600

1 260
2 260
2 830

212
440
570

128
230
289

15.8
14.3
13.9

28 000 17 000 34 000


26 000 17 000 30 000
24 000
28 000

6802
6902
16002

ZZ
ZZ

VV DD
VV DD

NR

1.30

0.95

26.70

0.25

0.3

30.8

0.85

17
17
17

17
17

22
26
30

0.3
0.3
0.3

31.5

1.8

0.007
0.015
0.027

32
35
42

9
11
13

0.3
0.6
1

5 600
7 650
11 400

2 830
3 750
5 450

570
780
1 170

289
380
555

13.9
13.2
12.3

24 000 15 000 28 000


20 000 14 000 24 000
17 000 13 000 20 000

6002
6202
6302

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

VV DDU
VV DDU
VV DDU

N
N
N

NR
NR
NR

2.06
2.06
2.06

1.35
1.35
1.35

30.15
33.17
39.75

0.40
0.40
0.40

0.3
0.5
0.5

36.7
39.7
46.3

1.12
1.12
1.12

17
19
20

19
20.5
22.5

30
31
37

0.3
0.6
1

37.5
40.5
47

2.9
2.9
2.9

0.031
0.045
0.083

26
30
35

5
7
8

0.3
0.3
0.3

2 630
4 600
6 000

1 570
2 550
3 250

268
470
610

160
260
330

15.7
14.7
14.4

26 000 15 000 30 000


24 000 15 000 28 000
22 000
26 000

6803
6903
16003

ZZ
ZZ

VV DD
VV DDU

NR

1.30

0.95

28.70

0.25

0.3

32.8

0.85

19
19
19

19
19.5

24
28
33

0.3
0.3
0.3

33.5

1.8

0.007
0.017
0.033

35
40
47

10
12
14

0.3
0.6
1

6 000
9 550
13 600

3 250
4 800
6 650

610
975
1 390

330
490
675

14.4
13.2
12.4

22 000 13 000 26 000


17 000 12 000 20 000
15 000 11 000 18 000

6003
6203
6303

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

VV DDU
VV DDU
VV DDU

N
N
N

NR
NR
NR

2.06
2.06
2.46

1.35
1.35
1.35

33.17
38.10
44.60

0.40
0.40
0.40

0.3
0.5
0.5

39.7
44.6
52.7

1.12
1.12
1.12

19
21
22

21.5
23.5
25.5

33
36
42

0.3
0.6
1

40.5
45.5
53.5

2.9
2.9
3.3

0.041
0.067
0.113

32
37
42

7
9
8

0.3
0.3
0.3

4 000
6 400
7 900

2 470
3 700
4 450

410
650
810

252
375
455

15.5
14.7
14.5

22 000 13 000 26 000


19 000 12 000 22 000
18 000
20 000

6804
6904
16004

ZZ
ZZ

VV DD
VV DDU

N
N

NR
NR

1.30
1.70

0.95
0.95

30.70
35.70

0.25
0.25

0.3
0.3

34.8
39.8

0.85
0.85

22
22
22

22
24

30
35
40

0.3
0.3
0.3

35.5
40.5

1.8
2.3

0.017
0.037
0.048

42
47
52

12
14
15

0.6
1
1.1

9 400
12 800
15 900

5 000
6 600
7 900

955
1 300
1 620

510
670
805

13.8
13.1
12.4

18 000 11 000 20 000


15 000 11 000 18 000
14 000 10 000 17 000

6004
6204
6304

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

VV DDU
VV DDU
VV DDU

N
N
N

NR
NR
NR

2.06
2.46
2.46

1.35
1.35
1.35

39.75
44.60
49.73

0.40
0.40
0.40

0.5
0.5
0.5

46.3
52.7
57.9

1.12
1.12
1.12

24
25
26.5

25.5
26.5
28

38
42
45.5

0.6
1
1

47
53.5
58.5

2.9
3.3
3.3

0.068
0.107
0.145

44
50
56

12
14
16

0.6
1
1.1

9 400
12 900
18 400

5 050
6 800
9 250

960
1 320
1 870

515
695
940

14.0
13.5
12.4

17 000 11 000 20 000


14 000 9 500 16 000
13 000 9 500 16 000

60/22
62/22
63/22

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

VV DDU
VV DDU
VV DDU

N
N
N

NR
NR
NR

2.06
2.46
2.46

1.35
1.35
1.35

41.75
47.60
53.60

0.40
0.40
0.40

0.5
0.5
0.5

48.3
55.7
61.7

1.12
1.12
1.12

26
27
28.5

26.5
29.5
30.5

40
45
49.5

0.6
1
1

49
56.5
62.5

2.9
3.3
3.3

0.074
0.119
0.179

Notes (1) For tolerances for the snap ring grooves and snap ring dimensions, refer to Pages A50 to A53.
(2) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.
(3) Ring types N and NR applicable only to open-type bearings.

B8

Sealed

Snap Ring Groove Dimensions (1)

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

Fa
>e
Fr

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

CY

With With
Snap Snap
Ring Ring
Groove

Fa
e
Fr

Notes (4) Snap ring groove dimensions and snap ring dimensions are not conformed to ISO15.
Remarks 1. Diameter Series 7 (extra thin section bearings) are also available, please contact NSK.
2. When using bearings with rotating outer rings, contact NSK if they are sealed, shielded, or have snap rings.

B9

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

25~45 mm

f 0Fa

rN a

C 0r

r0

ra

ra

jD

jD 2

jd

jDa

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

ra
jda jD X

jD 1

Shielded Type
ZZ

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

(N)

Contact
Sealed Type
DD DDU
Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV

{kgf}

Cr

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

37
42
47
47
52
62
52
58
68
42
47
55
55
62
72
58
65
75
47
55
62
62
72
80
52
62
68
68
80
90
58
68
75
75
85
100

28
30

32
35

40

45

7
9
8
12
15
17
12
16
18
7
9
9
13
16
19
13
17
20
7
10
9
14
17
21
7
12
9
15
18
23
7
12
10
16
19
25

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
1
1.1
0.6
1
1.1
0.3
0.3
0.3
1
1
1.1
1
1
1.1
0.3
0.6
0.3
1
1.1
1.5
0.3
0.6
0.3
1
1.1
1.5
0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1.1
1.5

4 500
7 050
8 850
10 100
14 000
20 600
12 500
16 600
26 700
4 700
7 250
11 200
13 200
19 500
26 700
15 100
20 700
29 900
4 900
10 600
11 700
16 000
25 700
33 500
6 350
13 700
12 600
16 800
29 100
40 500
6 600
14 100
14 900
20 900
31 500
53 000

3 150
4 550
5 600
5 850
7 850
11 200
7 400
9 500
14 000
3 650
5 000
7 350
8 300
11 300
15 000
9 150
11 600
17 000
4 100
7 250
8 200
10 300
15 300
19 200
5 550
10 000
9 650
11 500
17 900
24 000
6 150
10 900
11 400
15 200
20 400
32 000

455
715
905
1 030
1 430
2 100
1 270
1 700
2 730
480
740
1 150
1 350
1 980
2 720
1 530
2 120
3 050
500
1 080
1 190
1 630
2 620
3 400
650
1 390
1 290
1 710
2 970
4 150
670
1 440
1 520
2 140
3 200
5 400

320
460
570
595
800
1 150
755
970
1 430
370
510
750
845
1 150
1 530
935
1 190
1 730
420
740
835
1 050
1 560
1 960
565
1 020
985
1 180
1 820
2 450
625
1 110
1 160
1 550
2 080
3 250

16.1
15.4
15.1
14.5
13.9
13.2
14.5
13.9
12.4
16.4
15.8
15.2
14.7
13.8
13.3
14.5
13.6
13.2
16.7
15.5
15.6
14.8
13.8
13.2
17.0
15.7
16.0
15.3
14.0
13.2
17.2
15.9
15.9
15.3
14.4
13.1

With
Snap Ring
NR

Limiting Speeds (rpm)


Grease

min

25

With Snap
Ring Groove
N

Open
Z ZZ
V VV

DU
DDU

Bearing Numbers

Oil
Open
Z

18 000 10 000 22 000


16 000 10 000 19 000
15 000
18 000
15 000 9 500 18 000
13 000 9 000 15 000
11 000 8 000 13 000
14 000 8 500 16 000
12 000 8 000 14 000
10 000 7 500 13 000
15 000 9 000 18 000
14 000 8 500 17 000
13 000
15 000
13 000 8 000 15 000
11 000 7 500 13 000
9 500 6 700 12 000
12 000 7 500 14 000
10 000 7 100 12 000
9 000 6 300 11 000
14 000 7 500 16 000
12 000 7 500 15 000
11 000
13 000
11 000 6 700 13 000
9 500 6 300 11 000
8 500 6 000 10 000
12 000 6 700 14 000
11 000 6 300 13 000
10 000
12 000
10 000 6 000 12 000
8 500 5 600 10 000
7 500 5 300 9 000
11 000 6 000 13 000
9 500 5 600 12 000
9 000
11 000
9 000 5 300 11 000
7 500 5 300 9 000
6 700 4 800 8 000

Open Shielded

6805
6905
16005
6005
6205
6305
60/28
62/28
63/28
6806
6906
16006
6006
6206
6306
60/32
62/32
63/32
6807
6907
16007
6007
6207
6307
6808
6908
16008
6008
6208
6308
6809
6909
16009
6009
6209
6309

Notes (1) For tolerances for the snap ring grooves and snap ring dimensions, refer to Pages A50 to A53.
(2) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.

B 10

ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

Sealed

VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV

DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU

Snap Ring Groove Dimensions (1)

N
N

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N

NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR

(mm)

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

Snap Ring (1)


Dimensions
(mm)

rN

D2

max

min

max

max

min

max

max

39.8
44.8

52.7
57.9
67.7
57.9
63.7
74.6
44.8
49.8

60.7
67.7
78.6
63.7
70.7
81.6
49.8
57.8

67.7
78.6
86.6
54.8
64.8

74.6
86.6
96.5
60.8
70.8

81.6
91.6
106.50

0.85
0.85

1.12
1.12
1.70
1.12
1.12
1.70
0.85
0.85

1.12
1.70
1.70
1.12
1.70
1.70
0.85
0.85

1.70
1.70
1.70
0.85
0.85

1.70
1.70
2.46
0.85
0.85

1.70
1.70
2.46

27
27
27
29
30
31.5
32
33
34.5
32
32
32
35
35
36.5
37
37
38.5
37
39
37
40
41.5
43
42
44
42
45
46.5
48
47
49
49
50
51.5
53

27
28.5

30
32
36
34
35.5
38
32
34

36.5
38.5
42.5
38.5
40
44.5
37
39

41.5
44.5
47
42
46

47.5
50.5
53
47.5
50

53.5
55.5
61.5

35
40
45
43
47
55.5
48
53
61.5
40
45
53
50
57
65.5
53
60
68.5
45
51
60
57
65.5
72
50
58
66
63
73.5
82
56
64
71
70
78.5
92

min

max

0.95
0.95

1.35
1.35
1.90
1.35
1.35
1.90
0.95
0.95

1.35
1.90
1.90
1.35
1.90
1.90
0.95
0.95

1.90
1.90
1.90
0.95
0.95

1.90
1.90
2.70
0.95
0.95

1.90
1.90
2.70

35.70
40.70

44.60
49.73
59.61
49.73
55.60
64.82
40.70
45.70

52.60
59.61
68.81
55.60
62.60
71.83
45.70
53.70

59.61
68.81
76.81
50.70
60.70

64.82
76.81
86.79
56.70
66.70

71.83
81.81
96.80

0.25
0.25

0.40
0.40
0.60
0.40
0.40
0.60
0.25
0.25

0.40
0.60
0.60
0.40
0.60
0.60
0.25
0.25

0.60
0.60
0.60
0.25
0.25

0.60
0.60
0.60
0.25
0.25

0.60
0.60
0.60

0.3
0.3

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.3

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5

X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

Mass
(kg)

(mm)

r0

max

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

D1

1.30
1.70

2.06
2.46
3.28
2.06
2.46
3.28
1.30
1.70

2.08
3.28
3.28
2.08
3.28
3.28
1.30
1.70

2.08
3.28
3.28
1.30
1.70

2.49
3.28
3.28
1.30
1.70

2.49
3.28
3.28

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Fa
>e
Fr

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

CY

With With
Snap Snap
Ring Ring
Groove

Fa
e
Fr

d a(2)

D a(2)

ra

Dx

CY

max

min

max

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
1
1
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.3
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.3
0.6
0.3
1
1
1.5
0.3
0.6
0.3
1
1
1.5
0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1
1.5

40.5
45.5

53.5
58.5
68.5
58.5
64.5
76
45.5
50.5

61.5
68.5
80
64.5
71.5
83
50.5
58.5

68.5
80
88
55.5
65.5

76
88
98
61.5
72

83
93
108

approx

1.8
2.3

2.9
3.3
4.6
2.9
3.3
4.6
1.8
2.3

2.9
4.6
4.6
2.9
4.6
4.6
1.8
2.3

3.4
4.6
4.6
1.8
2.3

3.8
4.6
5.4
1.8
2.3

3.8
4.6
5.4

0.021
0.042
0.059
0.079
0.129
0.235
0.096
0.175
0.287
0.024
0.052
0.087
0.116
0.199
0.345
0.122
0.225
0.389
0.027
0.075
0.107
0.151
0.284
0.464
0.031
0.112
0.13
0.19
0.366
0.636
0.038
0.126
0.167
0.241
0.42
0.829

Remarks 1. Diameter Series 7 (extra thin section bearings) are also available, please contact NSK.
2. When using bearings with rotating outer rings, contact NSK if they are sealed, shielded, or have snap rings.

B 11

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

50~75 mm

f 0Fa

rN a

C 0r

r0

ra

ra

jD

jD 2

jd

jDa

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

ra
jda jD X

jD 1

Shielded Type
ZZ

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

(N)

Contact
Sealed Type
DD DDU
Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV

{kgf}

Cr

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

65
72
80
80
90
110
72
80
90
90
100
120
78
85
95
95
110
130
85
90
100
100
120
140
90
100
110
110
125
150
95
105
115
115
130
160

55

60

65

70

75

7
12
10
16
20
27
9
13
11
18
21
29
10
13
11
18
22
31
10
13
11
18
23
33
10
16
13
20
24
35
10
16
13
20
25
37

0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1.1
2
0.3
1
0.6
1.1
1.5
2
0.3
1
0.6
1.1
1.5
2.1
0.6
1
0.6
1.1
1.5
2.1
0.6
1
0.6
1.1
1.5
2.1
0.6
1
0.6
1.1
1.5
2.1

6 400
14 500
15 400
21 800
35 000
62 000
8 800
16 000
19 400
28 300
43 500
71 500
11 500
19 400
20 000
29 500
52 500
82 000
11 900
17 400
20 500
30 500
57 500
92 500
12 100
23 700
26 800
38 000
62 000
104 000
12 500
24 400
27 600
39 500
66 000
113 000

6 200
11 700
12 400
16 600
23 200
38 500
8 500
13 300
16 300
21 200
29 300
44 500
10 900
16 300
17 500
23 200
36 000
52 000
12 100
16 100
18 700
25 200
40 000
60 000
12 700
21 200
23 600
31 000
44 000
68 000
13 900
22 600
25 300
33 500
49 500
77 000

655
1 480
1 570
2 220
3 600
6 300
900
1 630
1 980
2 880
4 450
7 300
1 170
1 980
2 040
3 000
5 350
8 350
1 220
1 770
2 090
3 100
5 850
9 450
1 230
2 420
2 730
3 900
6 350
10 600
1 280
2 480
2 820
4 050
6 750
11 600

635
1 200
1 260
1 700
2 370
3 900
865
1 350
1 660
2 170
2 980
4 550
1 120
1 660
1 780
2 370
3 700
5 300
1 230
1 640
1 910
2 570
4 100
6 100
1 300
2 160
2 410
3 150
4 500
6 950
1 410
2 300
2 580
3 400
5 050
7 850

17.2
16.1
16.1
15.6
14.4
13.2
17.0
16.2
16.2
15.3
14.3
13.1
16.9
16.2
16.3
15.6
14.3
13.1
17.0
16.6
16.5
15.8
14.4
13.2
17.2
16.3
16.3
15.6
14.5
13.2
17.3
16.5
16.4
15.8
14.7
13.2

With
Snap Ring
NR

Limiting Speeds (rpm)


Grease

min

50

With Snap
Ring Groove
N

Bearing Numbers

Oil

Open
Z ZZ
V VV

DU
DDU

Open
Z

9 500
9 000
8 500
8 500
7 100
6 000
8 500
8 000
7 500
7 500
6 300
5 600
8 000
7 500
7 100
7 100
5 600
5 300
7 500
7 100
6 700
6 700
5 300
4 800
6 700
6 300
6 000
6 000
5 000
4 500
6 300
6 000
5 600
5 600
4 800
4 300

5 300
5 300

4 800
4 800
4 300
4 800
4 500

4 500
4 300
4 000
4 500
4 300

4 000
3 800
3 600
4 000
4 000

4 000
3 600
3 400
3 800
3 600

3 600
3 400
3 200
3 600
3 400

3 400
3 200
2 800

11 000
11 000
10 000
10 000
8 500
7 500
10 000
9 500
9 000
9 000
7 500
6 700
9 500
9 000
8 500
8 500
7 100
6 300
8 500
8 500
8 000
8 000
6 300
6 000
8 000
7 500
7 100
7 100
6 300
5 300
7 500
7 100
6 700
6 700
5 600
5 000

Open Shielded

6810
6910
16010
6010
6210
6310
6811
6911
16011
6011
6211
6311
6812
6912
16012
6012
6212
6312
6813
6913
16013
6013
6213
6313
6814
6914
16014
6014
6214
6314
6815
6915
16015
6015
6215
6315

Notes (1) For tolerances for the snap ring grooves and snap ring dimensions, refer to Pages A50 to A53.
(2) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.

B 12

ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

Sealed

VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV

DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU

Snap Ring Groove Dimensions (1)

N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N

NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR

(mm)

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

Snap Ring (1)


Dimensions
(mm)

rN

D2

max

min

max

max

min

max

max

067.8
074.8

086.6
096.5
116.6
074.8
084.4

096.5
106.5
129.7
082.7
089.4

101.6
116.6
139.7
089.4
094.4

106.5
129.7
149.7
094.4
104.4

116.6
134.7
159.7
099.4
110.7

121.6
139.7
169.7

0.85
0.85

1.70
2.46
2.46
0.85
1.12

2.46
2.46
2.82
1.12
1.12

2.46
2.46
2.82
1.12
1.12

2.46
2.82
2.82
1.12
1.12

2.46
2.82
2.82
1.12
1.12

2.46
2.82
2.82

52
54
54
55
56.5
59
57
60
59
61.5
63
64
62
65
64
66.5
68
71
69
70
69
71.5
73
76
74
75
74
76.5
78
81
79
80
79
81.5
83
86

52.5
55

58.5
60
68
59
61.5

64
66.5
72.5
64
66

69
74.5
79
69
71.5

73
80
85.5
74.5
77.5

80.5
84
92
79.5
82

85.5
90
98.5

63
68
76
75
83.5
101
70
75
86
83.5
92
111
76
80
91
88.5
102
119
81
85
96
93.5
112
129
86
95
106
103.5
117
139
91
100
111
108.5
122
149

min

max

0.95
0.95

1.90
2.70
2.70
0.95
1.30

2.70
2.70
3.10
1.30
1.30

2.70
2.70
3.10
1.30
1.30

2.70
3.10
3.10
1.30
1.30

2.70
3.10
3.10
1.30
1.30

2.70
3.10
3.10

63.7
70.7

076.81
086.79
106.81
70.7
77.9

086.79
96.8
115.21
76.2
82.9

091.82
106.81
125.22
82.9
87.9

96.8
115.21
135.23
87.9
97.9

106.81
120.22
145.24
92.9
102.60

111.81
125.22
155.22

0.25
0.25

0.60
0.60
0.60
0.25
0.40

0.60
0.60
0.60
0.40
0.40

0.60
0.60
0.60
0.40
0.40

0.60
0.60
0.60
0.40
0.40

0.60
0.60
0.60
0.40
0.40

0.60
0.60
0.60

0.3
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5

X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

Mass
(kg)

(mm)

r0

max

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

D1

1.30
1.70

2.49
3.28
3.28
1.70
2.10

2.87
3.28
4.06
1.70
2.10

2.87
3.28
4.06
1.70
2.10

2.87
4.06
4.90
1.70
2.50

2.87
4.06
4.90
1.70
2.50

2.87
4.06
4.90

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Fa
>e
Fr

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

CY

With With
Snap Snap
Ring Ring
Groove

Fa
e
Fr

d a(2)

D a(2)

ra

Dx

CY

max

min

max

0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1
2
0.3
1
0.6
1
1.5
2
0.3
1
0.6
1
1.5
2
0.6
1
0.6
1
1.5
2
0.6
1
0.6
1
1.5
2
0.6
1
0.6
1
1.5
2

68.5
76

88
98
118
76
86

98
108
131.5
84
91

103
118
141.5
91
96

108
131.5
152
96
106

118
136.5
162
101
112

123
141.5
172

approx

1.8
2.3

3.8
5.4
5.4
2.3
2.9

5.0
5.4
6.5
2.5
2.9

5.0
5.4
6.5
2.5
2.9

5.0
6.5
7.3
2.5
3.3

5.0
6.5
7.3
2.5
3.3

5.0
6.5
7.3

0.050
0.135
0.175
0.261
0.459
1.06
0.081
0.189
0.257
0.381
0.619
1.37
0.103
0.192
0.281
0.412
0.783
1.72
0.128
0.218
0.30
0.439
1.0
2.11
0.134
0.349
0.441
0.608
1.09
2.57
0.149
0.364
0.463
0.649
1.19
3.08

Remarks 1. Diameter Series 7 (extra thin section bearings) are also available, please contact NSK.
2. When using bearings with rotating outer rings, contact NSK if they are sealed, shielded, or have snap rings.

B 13

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

80~105 mm

f 0Fa

rN a

C 0r

r0

ra

ra

jD

jD 2

jd

jDa

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

ra
jda jD X

jD 1

Shielded Type
ZZ

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

(N)

Contact
Sealed Type
DD DDU
Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV

{kgf}

Cr

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

100
110
125
125
140
170
110
120
130
130
150
180
115
125
140
140
160
190
120
130
145
145
170
200
125
140
150
150
180
215
130
145
160
160
190
225

85

90

95

100

105

10
16
14
22
26
39
13
18
14
22
28
41
13
18
16
24
30
43
13
18
16
24
32
45
13
20
16
24
34
47
13
20
18
26
36
49

0.6
1
0.6
1.1
2
2.1
1
1.1
0.6
1.1
2
3
1
1.1
1
1.5
2
3
1
1.1
1
1.5
2.1
3
1
1.1
1
1.5
2.1
3
1
1.1
1
2
2.1
3

12 700
25 000
32 000
47 500
72 500
123 000
18 700
32 000
33 000
49 500
84 000
133 000
19 000
33 000
41 500
58 000
96 000
143 000
19 300
33 500
43 000
60 500
109 000
153 000
19 600
43 000
42 500
60 000
122 000
173 000
19 800
42 500
52 000
72 500
133 000
184 000

14 500
24 000
29 600
40 000
53 000
86 500
20 000
29 600
31 500
43 000
62 000
97 000
21 000
31 500
39 500
50 000
71 500
107 000
22 000
33 500
42 000
54 000
82 000
119 000
23 000
42 000
42 000
54 000
93 000
141 000
23 900
42 000
50 500
66 000
105 000
154 000

1 290
2 540
3 250
4 850
7 400
12 500
1 910
3 250
3 350
5 050
8 550
13 500
1 940
3 350
4 250
5 950
9 800
14 500
1 970
3 450
4 350
6 150
11 100
15 600
2 000
4 350
4 300
6 150
12 500
17 700
2 020
4 300
5 300
7 400
13 600
18 700

1 470
2 450
3 000
4 050
5 400
8 850
2 040
3 000
3 200
4 400
6 300
9 850
2 140
3 200
4 000
5 050
7 300
11 000
2 240
3 400
4 250
5 500
8 350
12 100
2 340
4 250
4 300
5 550
9 500
14 400
2 440
4 300
5 150
6 700
10 700
15 700

17.4
16.6
16.4
15.6
14.6
13.3
17.1
16.4
16.5
15.8
14.5
13.3
17.2
16.5
16.3
15.6
14.5
13.3
17.2
16.6
16.4
15.8
14.4
13.3
17.3
16.4
16.5
15.9
14.4
13.2
17.4
16.5
16.3
15.8
14.4
13.2

With
Snap Ring
NR

Limiting Speeds (rpm)


Grease

min

80

With Snap
Ring Groove
N

Bearing Numbers

Oil

Open
Z ZZ
V VV

DU
DDU

Open
Z

6 000
5 600
5 300
5 300
4 500
4 000
5 600
5 300
5 000
5 000
4 300
3 800
5 300
5 000
4 800
4 800
4 000
3 600
5 000
4 800
4 500
4 500
3 800
3 000
4 800
4 500
4 300
4 300
3 600
2 800
4 800
4 300
4 000
4 000
3 400
2 600

3 400
3 200

3 200
3 000
2 800
3 200
3 000

3 000
2 800
2 600
3 000
2 800

2 800
2 600
2 400
2 800
2 800

2 600
2 600
2 400
2 800
2 600

2 600
2 400
2 200
2 600

2 400
2 200
2 000

7 100
6 700
6 300
6 300
5 300
4 800
6 700
6 300
6 000
6 000
5 000
4 500
6 300
6 000
5 600
5 600
4 800
4 300
6 000
5 600
5 300
5 300
4 500
3 600
5 600
5 300
5 300
5 300
4 300
3 400
5 600
5 300
4 800
4 800
4 000
3 200

Open Shielded

6816
6916
16016
6016
6216
6316
6817
6917
16017
6017
6217
6317
6818
6918
16018
6018
6218
6318
6819
6919
16019
6019
6219
6319
6820
6920
16020
6020
6220
6320
6821
6921
16021
6021
6221
6321

Notes (1) For tolerances for the snap ring grooves and snap ring dimensions, refer to Pages A50 to A53.
(2) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.

B 14

ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

Sealed

VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV

DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU
DDU

Snap Ring Groove Dimensions (1)

N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
N
N

N
N

N
N

N
N

NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR
NR
NR
NR

NR
NR

NR
NR

NR
NR

(mm)

Snap Ring (1)


Dimensions
(mm)

D1

r0

rN

D2

max

min

max

max

104.4
115.7

134.7
149.7
182.9
115.7
125.7

139.7
159.7
192.9
120.7
130.7

149.7
169.7
202.9
125.7
135.7

154.7
182.9
212.9
130.7
145.7

159.7
192.9

135.7
150.7

169.7
202.9

1.12
1.12

2.82
2.82
3.10
1.12
1.12

2.82
2.82
3.10
1.12
1.12

2.82
2.82
3.10
1.12
1.12

2.82
3.10
3.10
1.12
1.70

2.82
3.10

1.12
1.70

2.82
3.10

max

min

max

1.70
2.50

2.87
4.90
5.69
2.10
3.30

2.87
4.90
5.69
2.10
3.30

3.71
4.90
5.69
2.10
3.30

3.71
5.69
5.69
2.10
3.30

3.71
5.69

2.10
3.30

3.71
5.69

1.3
1.3

3.1
3.1
3.5
1.3
1.3

3.1
3.1
3.5
1.3
1.3

3.1
3.1
3.5
1.3
1.3

3.1
3.5
3.5
1.3
1.9

3.1
3.5

1.3
1.9

3.1
3.5

97.9
107.60

120.22
135.23
163.65
107.60
117.60

125.22
145.24
173.66
112.60
122.60

135.23
155.22
183.64
117.60
127.60

140.23
163.65
193.65
122.60
137.60

145.24
173.66

127.60
142.60

155.22
183.64

0.4
0.4

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.4

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.4

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.4

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.6

0.6
0.6

0.4
0.6

0.6
0.6

0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Fa
>e
Fr
X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

CY

With With
Snap Snap
Ring Ring
Groove

Fa
e
Fr

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

d a(2)
min

84
85
84
86.5
89
91
90
91.5
89
91.5
94
98
95
96.5
95
98
99
103
100
101.5
100
103
106
108
105
106.5
105
108
111
113
110
111.5
110
114
116
118

D a(2)

ra

Dx

CY
max

max

max

max

min

84.5
87.5

91
95.5
104.5
90.5
94.5

96
102
110.5
95.5
98.5

103
107.5
117
101.5
103.5

108.5
114
123.5
105.5
111

112.5
121.5
133
110.5
116

120
127.5
138

96
105
121
118.5
131
159
105
113.5
126
123.5
141
167
110
118.5
135
132
151
177
115
123.5
140
137
159
187
120
133.5
145
142
169
202
125
138.5
155
151
179
212

0.6
1
0.6
1
2
2
1
1
0.6
1
2
2.5
1
1
1
1.5
2
2.5
1
1
1
1.5
2
2.5
1
1
1
1.5
2
2.5
1
1
1
2
2
2.5

106
117

136.5
152
185
117
127

141.5
162
195
122
132

152
172
205
127
137

157
185
215
132
147

162
195

137
152

172
205

approx

2.5
3.3

5.3
7.3
8.4
2.9
4.1

5.3
7.3
8.4
2.9
4.1

6.1
7.3
8.4
2.9
4.1

6.1
8.4
8.4
2.9
4.7

6.1
8.4

2.9
4.7

6.1
8.4

0.151
0.391
0.621
0.872
1.42
3.67
0.263
0.55
0.652
0.918
1.76
4.28
0.276
0.585
0.873
1.19
2.18
4.98
0.297
0.601
0.904
1.23
2.64
5.76
0.31
0.828
0.945
1.29
3.17
7.04
0.324
0.856
1.24
1.58
3.79
8.09

Remarks 1. Diameter Series 7 (extra thin section bearings) are also available, please contact NSK.
2. When using bearings with rotating outer rings, contact NSK if they are sealed, shielded, or have snap rings.

B 15

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

110~160 mm

f 0Fa

rN a

C 0r

r0

ra

ra

jD

jD 2

jd

jDa

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

ra
jda jD X

jD 1

Shielded Type
ZZ ZZS

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

(N)

Contact
Sealed Type
DD DDU
Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV

{kgf}

Cr

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

140
150
170
170
200
240
150
165
180
180
215
260
165
180
200
200
230
280
175
190
210
210
250
300
190
210
225
225
270
320
200
220
240
240
290
340

120

130

140

150

160

16
20
19
28
38
50
16
22
19
28
40
55
18
24
22
33
40
58
18
24
22
33
42
62
20
28
24
35
45
65
20
28
25
38
48
68

1
1.1
1
2
2.1
3
1
1.1
1
2
2.1
3
1.1
1.5
1.1
2
3
4
1.1
1.5
1.1
2
3
4
1.1
2
1.1
2.1
3
4
1.1
2
1.5
2.1
3
4

28 100
43 500
57 500
85 000
144 000
205 000
28 900
53 000
56 500
88 000
155 000
207 000
37 000
65 000
75 500
106 000
167 000
229 000
38 500
66 500
77 500
110 000
166 000
253 000
47 500
85 000
84 000
126 000
176 000
274 000
48 500
87 000
99 000
137 000
185 000
278 000

32 500
44 500
56 500
73 000
117 000
179 000
35 500
54 000
57 500
80 000
131 000
185 000
44 000
67 500
77 500
101 000
146 000
214 000
48 000
72 000
82 500
109 000
150 000
246 000
58 500
90 500
91 000
126 000
168 000
284 000
61 000
96 000
108 000
135 000
186 000
287 000

2 860
4 450
5 850
8 650
14 700
20 900
2 950
5 400
5 800
9 000
15 800
21 100
3 750
6 650
7 700
10 800
17 000
23 400
3 900
6 800
7 900
11 200
17 000
25 800
4 850
8 650
8 550
12 800
18 000
28 000
4 950
8 850
10 100
13 900
18 900
28 300

3 350
4 550
5 800
7 450
11 900
18 300
3 650
5 500
5 850
8 150
13 400
18 800
4 450
6 850
7 900
10 300
14 900
21 800
4 850
7 300
8 400
11 100
15 300
25 100
5 950
9 200
9 250
12 800
17 100
28 900
6 250
9 800
11 000
13 800
19 000
29 200

17.1
16.6
16.3
15.5
14.3
13.2
17.3
16.5
16.5
15.7
14.4
13.5
17.1
16.5
16.4
15.8
14.5
13.6
17.3
16.6
16.5
16.0
14.9
13.6
17.1
16.5
16.6
15.9
15.1
13.9
17.2
16.6
16.5
15.9
15.4
13.9

With
Snap Ring
NR

Limiting Speeds (rpm)


Grease

min

110

With Snap
Ring Groove
N

Bearing Numbers

Oil

Open
Z ZZ
V VV

DU
DDU

Open
Z

4 300
4 300
3 800
3 800
2 800
2 400
4 000
3 800
3 600
3 600
2 600
2 200
3 600
3 400
3 000
3 000
2 400
2 200
3 400
3 200
2 800
2 800
2 200
2 000
3 200
2 600
2 600
2 600
2 000
1 800
2 600
2 600
2 400
2 400
1 900
1 700

2 400
2 400

2 200
2 200

2 200

2 200
2 000
1 800
2 000

1 900

1 900

1 800
1 700

1 800
1 700

1 700

1 700
1 600

1 600

5 300
5 000
4 500
4 500
3 400
3 000
4 800
4 500
4 300
4 300
3 200
2 800
4 300
4 000
3 600
3 600
3 000
2 600
4 000
3 800
3 400
3 400
2 800
2 400
3 800
3 200
3 000
3 000
2 600
2 200
3 200
3 000
2 800
2 800
2 400
2 000

Open Shielded

6822
6922
16022
6022
6222
6322
6824
6924
16024
6024
6224
6324
6826
6926
16026
6026
6226
6326
6828
6928
16028
6028
6228
6328
6830
6930
16030
6030
6230
6330
6832
6932
16032
6032
6232
6332

Notes (1) For tolerances for the snap ring grooves and snap ring dimensions, refer to Pages A50 to A53.
(2) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.

B 16

ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZS
ZZS
ZZ

ZZ
ZZ
ZZS
ZZ
ZZS

ZZ
ZZS
ZZS
ZZ
ZZS

ZZ
ZZS
ZZS
ZZS
ZZS

ZZ
ZZS
ZZS

Sealed

VV
VV

VV
VV

VV

VV
VV

VV

VV
VV

VV

VV

VV

DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU

DD

DDU
DDU
DDU
DD

DDU

DDU

DDU
DDU

DDU
DDU

DDU

DDU
DDU

DDU

Snap Ring Groove Dimensions (1)

N
N

N
N

N
N

N
N

N
N

NR
NR

NR
NR

NR
NR

NR

NR
NR

NR

NR
NR

NR

NR

(mm)

Snap Ring (1)


Dimensions
(mm)

D1

r0

rN

D2

max

min

max

max

max

min

max

2.50
3.30

3.71
5.69

2.50
3.70

3.71

3.30
3.70

5.69

3.30
3.70

3.30

3.30

1.9
1.9

3.5
3.5

1.9
1.9

3.5

1.9
1.9

3.5

1.9
1.9

1.9

1.9

137.60
147.60

163.65
193.65

147.60
161.80

173.66

161.80
176.80

193.65

171.80
186.80

186.80

196.80

0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6

0.6

0.6
0.6

0.6

0.6
0.6

0.6

0.6

0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5

0.5
0.5

0.5

0.5
0.5

0.5

0.5
0.5

0.5

0.5

145.7
155.7

182.9
212.9

155.7
171.5

192.9

171.5
186.5

212.9

181.5
196.5

196.5

206.5

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Fa
>e
Fr
X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

CY

With With
Snap Snap
Ring Ring
Groove

Fa
e
Fr

1.7
1.7

3.1
3.1

1.7
1.7

3.1

1.7
1.7

3.1

1.7
1.7

1.7

1.7

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

d a(2)
min

115
116.5
115
119
121
123
125
126.5
125
129
131
133
136.5
138
136.5
139
143
146
146.5
148
146.5
149
153
156
156.5
159
156.5
161
163
166
166.5
169
168
171
173
176

D a(2)

ra

max

max

max

117
121

124.5
134
147
127
132

134.5
146
161
138
144

148.5
157
175
148.5
153.5

158.5
171.5
187
160
166

170
186
203
170.5
176

181.5
202
215.5

135
143.5
165
161
189
227
145
158.5
175
171
204
247
158.5
172
193.5
191
217
264
168.5
182
203.5
201
237
284
183.5
201
218.5
214
257
304
193.5
211
232
229
277
324

1
1
1
2
2
2.5
1
1
1
2
2
2.5
1
1.5
1
2
2.5
3
1
1.5
1
2
2.5
3
1
2
1
2
2.5
3
1
2
1.5
2
2.5
3

Dx

CY

min

max

147
157

185
215

157
173

195

173
188

215

183
198

198

208

3.9
4.7

6.4
8.4

3.9
5.1

6.4

4.7
5.1

8.4

4.7
5.1

4.7

4.7

approx

0.497
0.893
1.51
1.94
4.45
9.51
0.537
1.21
1.6
2.08
5.29
12.5
0.758
1.57
2.4
3.26
5.96
15.2
0.832
1.67
2.84
3.48
7.68
18.5
1.15
3.01
3.62
4.24
10
22.7
1.23
2.71
4.2
5.15
12.8
26.2

Remarks When using bearings with rotating outer rings, contact NSK if they are sealed, shielded, or have snap rings.

B 17

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

170~240 mm

f 0Fa

B
ra

jD

jDa

jd

Shielded Type
ZZS

Open Type

(N)

Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

{kgf}

Cr

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

215
230
260
260
310
360
225
250
280
280
320
380
240
260
290
290
340
400
250
280
310
310
360
420
270
300
340
340
400
460
300
320
360
360
440
500

180

190

200

220

240

22
28
28
42
52
72
22
33
31
46
52
75
24
33
31
46
55
78
24
38
34
51
58
80
24
38
37
56
65
88
28
38
37
56
72
95

1.1
2
1.5
2.1
4
4
1.1
2
2
2.1
4
4
1.5
2
2
2.1
4
5
1.5
2.1
2
2.1
4
5
1.5
2.1
2.1
3
4
5
2
2.1
2.1
3
4
5

60 000
86 000
114 000
161 000
212 000
325 000
60 500
119 000
145 000
180 000
227 000
355 000
73 000
113 000
149 000
188 000
255 000
355 000
74 000
143 000
161 000
207 000
269 000
380 000
76 500
146 000
180 000
235 000
310 000
410 000
98 500
154 000
196 000
244 000
340 000
470 000

75 000
97 000
126 000
161 000
224 000
355 000
78 500
128 000
157 000
185 000
241 000
405 000
93 500
127 000
168 000
201 000
282 000
415 000
98 000
158 000
180 000
226 000
310 000
445 000
107 000
169 000
217 000
271 000
375 000
520 000
137 000
190 000
243 000
296 000
430 000
625 000

6 100
8 750
11 700
16 400
21 700
33 500
6 200
12 100
14 700
18 400
23 200
36 000
7 450
11 500
15 200
19 200
26 000
36 000
7 550
14 600
16 400
21 100
27 400
38 500
7 800
14 900
18 400
24 000
31 500
42 000
10 000
15 700
19 900
24 900
34 500
48 000

7 650
9 850
12 900
16 400
22 800
36 000
8 000
13 100
16 000
18 800
24 600
41 500
9 550
13 000
17 100
20 500
28 700
42 500
10 000
16 100
18 300
23 000
31 500
45 500
10 900
17 300
22 100
27 600
38 500
53 000
14 000
19 400
24 700
30 000
44 000
63 500

17.1
16.7
16.5
15.8
15.3
13.6
17.2
16.4
16.3
15.6
15.1
13.9
17.1
16.6
16.4
15.8
15.0
14.1
17.2
16.4
16.4
15.6
15.2
13.8
17.4
16.6
16.5
15.6
15.1
14.3
17.3
16.8
16.5
15.9
15.2
14.2

jda

Fa
e
Fr

e
0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Fa
>e
Fr
X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV
Limiting Speeds (rpm)
Grease

min

170

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

ra

Boundary Dimensions

C 0r

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

Bearing Numbers

Oil

Open
Z ZZ
V VV

DU
DDU

Open
Z

2 600
2 400
2 200
2 200
1 800
1 600
2 400
2 200
2 000
2 000
1 700
1 500
2 200
2 200
2 000
2 000
1 600
1 400
2 200
2 000
1 900
1 900
1 500
1 300
1 900
1 800
1 600
1 700
1 300
1 200
1 700
1 700
1 500
1 500
1 200
1 100

1 600

3 000
2 800
2 600
2 600
2 200
2 000
2 800
2 600
2 400
2 400
2 000
1 800
2 600
2 600
2 400
2 400
2 000
1 700
2 600
2 400
2 200
2 200
1 800
1 600
2 400
2 200
2 000
2 000
1 600
1 500
2 000
2 000
1 900
1 900
1 500
1 300

Open Shielded

6834
6934
16034
6034
6234
6334
6836
6936
16036
6036
6236
6336
6838
6938
16038
6038
6238
6338
6840
6940
16040
6040
6240
6340
6844
6944
16044
6044
6244
6344
6848
6948
16048
6048
6248
6348

ZZS
ZZS

ZZS
ZZS

ZZS

ZZS
ZZS

ZZS
ZZS

ZZS

ZZS
ZZS

ZZS
ZZS

ZZS

ZZS

Sealed

VV

VV

VV

VV

VV

DDU

d a(1)

Mass
(kg)

D a(1)

ra

min

max

max

max

approx

176.5
179
178
181
186
186
186.5
189
189
191
196
196
198
199
199
201
206
210
208
211
209
211
216
220
228
231
231
233
236
240
249
251
251
253
256
260

182.0
186.0

194.5
215.0

192.0
198.5

208.0
223.0

202.5

218.0
236.0

222.0

231.5
252.0

233.5
242.0

254.5

262.0

208.5
221
252
249
294
344
218.5
241
271
269
304
364
232
251
281
279
324
380
242
269
301
299
344
400
262
289
329
327
384
440
291
309
349
347
424
480

1
2
1.5
2
3
3
1
2
2
2
3
3
1.5
2
2
2
3
4
1.5
2
2
2
3
4
1.5
2
2
2.5
3
4
2
2
2
2.5
3
4

1.86
3.34
5.71
6.89
15.8
36.6
1.98
4.16
7.5
8.88
15.9
43.1
2.53
5.18
7.78
9.39
22.3
49.7
2.67
7.28
10
12
26.7
55.3
2.9
7.88
13.1
18.6
37.4
73.9
4.48
8.49
13.9
19.9
50.5
94.4

Note (1) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.
Remarks When using bearings with rotating outer rings, contact NSK if they are sealed or shielded.

B 18

B 19

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

260~360 mm

f 0Fa

C 0r
ra

r
r

ra

jD

jDa

jd

jd a

Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

Cr

Limiting Speeds
(rpm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

Grease

Oil

Bearing
Numbers
Open

min

260

33
46
44

420
500
580

65
80
108

380
420
460

ra

min

max

max

approx

4.84
14
21.1

15 100
26 000
31 500

17.4
16.5
16.4

1 600
1 500
1 400

1 900
1 800
1 700

6852
6952
16052

269
271
273

311
349
387

2
2
2.5

4
5
6

291 000
400 000
505 000

375 000
540 000
710 000

29 700
41 000
51 500

38 500
55 000
72 500

15.8
15.1
14.6

1 400
1 100
1 000

1 700
1 300
1 200

6052
6252
6352

276
280
286

384
460
514

3
4
5

2
2.1
3

133 000
209 000
243 000

191 000
272 000
330 000

13 600
21 300
24 700

19 500
27 700
33 500

17.3
16.6
16.5

1 500
1 400
1 300

1 700
1 700
1 600

6856
6956
16056

289
291
293

341
369
407

2
2
2.5

4
5
6

300 000
400 000
570 000

410 000
550 000
840 000

31 000
41 000
58 000

41 500
56 000
86 000

16.0
15.2
14.5

1 300
1 000
900

1 600
1 300
1 100

6056
6256
6356

296
300
306

404
480
554

3
4
5

38
56
50

2.1
3
4

166 000
269 000
285 000

233 000
370 000
405 000

17 000
27 400
29 000

23 800
38 000
41 000

17.1
16.4
16.4

1 300
1 300
1 200

1 600
1 500
1 400

6860
6960
16060

311
313
316

369
407
444

2
2.5
3

10.3
23.9
31.5

460
540

74
85

4
5

355 000
465 000

500 000
670 000

36 500
47 500

51 000
68 500

15.8
15.1

1 200
950

1 400
1 200

6060
6260

316
320

444
520

3
4

44.2
87.8

400
440
480

38
56
50

2.1
3
4

168 000
266 000
293 000

244 000
375 000
430 000

17 200
27 100
29 800

24 900
38 000
44 000

17.2
16.5
16.5

1 300
1 200
1 100

1 500
1 400
1 300

6864
6964
16064

331
333
336

389
427
464

2
2.5
3

10.8
25.3
33.2

480
580

74
92

4
5

390 000
530 000

570 000
805 000

40 000
54 500

58 000
82 500

15.7
15.0

1 100
850

1 300
1 100

6064
6264

336
340

464
560

3
4

46.5
111

340

420
460
520
620

38
56
82
92

2.1
3
5
6

175 000
273 000
440 000
530 000

265 000
400 000
660 000
820 000

17 800
27 800
45 000
54 000

27 100
40 500
67 500
83 500

17.3
16.6
15.6
15.3

1 200
1 100
1 000
800

1 400
1 300
1 200
1 000

6868
6968
6068
6268

351
353
360
366

409
447
500
594

2
2.5
4
5

11.5
26.6
62.3
129

360

440
480
540
650

38
56
82
95

2.1
3
5
6

192 000
280 000
460 000
555 000

290 000
425 000
720 000
905 000

19 600
28 500
47 000
57 000

29 600
43 000
73 500
92 000

17.3
16.7
15.7
15.4

1 100
1 100
950
750

1 300
1 300
1 200
950

6872
6972
6072
6272

371
373
380
386

429
467
520
624

2
2.5
4
5

11.8
27.9
65.3
145

B 20

350
380
420

Da(1)

10 300
20 800
24 100

Note

65
80
102

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

(kg)

da(1)

148 000
255 000
310 000

320

400
480
540

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Mass

101 000
204 000
237 000

300

28
46
44

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

2
2.1
3

280

320
360
400

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

Fa
>e
Fr

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

Fa
e
Fr

29.4
67
118
7.2
15.1
22.7
31.2
70.4
144

(1) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.

B 21

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

380~600 mm

f 0Fa

C 0r
ra

r
r

ra

jD

jDa

jd

jd a

(N)

Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

Cr

Limiting Speeds
(rpm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

Grease

Oil

Bearing
Numbers
Open

min

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

(kg)

da(1)

Da(1)

ra

min

max

max

approx

480
520
560

46
65
82

2.1
4
5

238 000
325 000
455 000

375 000
510 000
725 000

24 200
33 000
46 500

38 000
52 000
74 000

17.1
16.6
15.9

1 000
950
900

1 200
1 200
1 100

6876
6976
6076

391
396
400

469
504
540

2
3
4

19.5
40
68

400

500
540
600

46
65
90

2.1
4
5

241 000
335 000
510 000

390 000
540 000
825 000

24 600
34 000
52 000

40 000
55 000
84 000

17.2
16.7
15.7

950
900
850

1 200
1 100
1 000

6880
6980
6080

411
416
420

489
524
580

2
3
4

20.5
42
88.4

420

520
560
620

46
65
90

2.1
4
5

245 000
340 000
530 000

410 000
570 000
895 000

25 000
35 000
54 000

41 500
58 500
91 000

17.3
16.8
15.8

900
900
800

1 100
1 100
1 000

6884
6984
6084

431
436
440

509
544
600

2
3
4

21.4
43.6
92.2

440

540
600
650

46
74
94

2.1
4
6

248 000
395 000
550 000

425 000
680 000
965 000

25 300
40 500
56 000

43 500
69 000
98 500

17.4
16.6
16.0

900
800
750

1 100
1 000
900

6888
6988
6088

451
456
466

529
584
624

2
3
5

22.3
60.2
106

460

580
620
680

56
74
100

3
4
6

310 000
405 000
605 000

550 000
720 000
1 080 000

31 500
41 500
62 000

56 000
73 500
110 000

17.1
16.7
15.8

800
800
710

1 000
950
850

6892
6992
6092

473
476
486

567
604
654

2.5
3
5

34.3
62.6
123

480

600
650
700

56
78
100

3
5
6

315 000
450 000
605 000

575 000
815 000
1 090 000

32 000
45 500
61 500

58 500
83 000
111 000

17.2
16.6
15.9

800
750
710

950
900
850

6896
6996
6096

493
500
506

587
630
674

2.5
4
5

35.4
73.5
127

500

620
670
720

56
78
100

3
5
6

320 000
460 000
630 000

600 000
865 000
1 170 000

33 000
47 000
64 000

61 000
88 000
120 000

17.3
16.7
16.0

750
710
670

900
850
800

68/500
69/500
60/500

513
520
526

607
650
694

2.5
4
5

37.2
82
131

530

650
710
780

56
82
112

3
5
6

325 000
455 000
680 000

625 000
870 000
1 300 000

33 000
46 500
69 500

63 500
88 500
133 000

17.4
16.8
16.0

710
670
600

850
800
750

68/530
69/530
60/530

543
550
556

637
690
754

2.5
4
5

39.8
89.8
184

560

680
750
820

56
85
115

3
5
6

330 000
525 000
735 000

650 000
1 040 000
1 500 000

33 500
53 500
75 000

66 500
106 000
153 000

17.4
16.7
16.2

670
600
560

800
750
670

68/560
69/560
60/560

573
580
586

667
730
793.5

2.5
4
5

41.5
105
203

600

730
800
870

60
90
118

3
5
6

355 000
550 000
790 000

735 000
1 160 000
1 640 000

36 000
56 500
80 500

75 000
118 000
168 000

17.5
16.9
16.1

600
560
530

710
670
630

68/600
69/600
60/600

613
620
626

717
780
844

2.5
4
5

50.9
120
236

B 22

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Mass

380

Note

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

Fa
>e
Fr

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

Fa
e
Fr

(1) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.

B 23

SINGLE-ROW DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

Dynamic Equivalent Load


P =X Fr +Y Fa

630~800 mm

f 0Fa

C 0r
ra

r
r

ra

jD

jDa

jd

jd a

(N)

Factor

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

Cr

Limiting Speeds
(rpm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

Grease

Oil

Bearing
Numbers
Open

min

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

X
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56
0.56

Y
2.30
1.99
1.71
1.55
1.45
1.31
1.15
1.04
1.00

(kg)

da(1)

Da(1)

ra

min

max

max

approx

780
850
920

69
100
128

4
6
7.5

420 000
625 000
750 000

890 000
1 350 000
1 620 000

43 000
64 000
76 500

90 500
138 000
165 000

17.3
16.7
16.4

560
530
480

670
630
600

68/630
69/630
60/630

646
656
662

764
824
888

3
5
6

71.3
163
285

670

820
900
980

69
103
136

4
6
7.5

435 000
675 000
765 000

965 000
1 460 000
1 730 000

44 500
68 500
78 000

98 000
149 000
177 000

17.4
16.7
16.6

500
480
450

630
560
530

68/670
69/670
60/670

686
696
702

804
874
948

3
5
6

75.4
181
351

710

870
950

74
106

4
6

480 000
715 000

1 100 000
1 640 000

49 000
72 500

113 000
167 000

17.4
16.8

480
450

560
530

68/710
69/710

726
736

854
924

3
5

92.6
208

750

920
1 000

78
112

5
6

525 000
785 000

1 260 000
1 840 000

53 500
80 000

128 000
188 000

17.4
16.7

430
400

530
500

68/750
69/750

770
776

900
974

4
5

110
245

800

980
1 060

82
115

5
6

530 000
825 000

1 310 000
2 050 000

54 000
84 500

133 000
209 000

17.5
16.8

400
380

480
450

68/800
69/800

820
826

960
1 034

4
5

132
275

B 24

X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Mass

630

Note

0.19
0.22
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.34
0.38
0.42
0.44

Fa
>e
Fr

Static Equivalent Load


Fa
>0.8, P0 =0.6Fr +0.5Fa
Fr
Fa
0.8, P0 =Fr
Fr

Open Type

Boundary Dimensions

0.172
0.345
0.689
1.03
1.38
2.07
3.45
5.17
6.89

Fa
e
Fr

(1) When heavy axial loads are applied, increase da and decrease Da from the above values.

B 25

MAXIMUM TYPE BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

25~110 mm
B
r
r

jD

jd

Shielded Type
(One Shield) Z

Boundary Dimensions

Cr

{kgf}

C 0r

30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110

52
62
62
72
72
80
80
90
85
100
90
110
100
120
110
130
120
140
125
150
130
160
140
170
150
180
160
190
170
200
180
190
200

15
17
16
19
17
21
18
23
19
25
20
27
21
29
22
31
23
33
24
35
25
37
26
39
28
41
30
43
32
45
34
36
38

1
1.1
1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.1
1.5
1.1
1.5
1.1
2
1.5
2
1.5
2.1
1.5
2.1
1.5
2.1
1.5
2.1
2
2.1
2
3
2
3
2.1
3
2.1
2.1
2.1

14 400
21 500
21 000
27 900
27 800
37 000
35 500
46 500
37 000
55 500
39 000
65 000
48 000
75 000
58 000
85 500
63 500
103 000
69 000
115 000
72 000
126 000
84 000
136 000
93 000
147 000
107 000
158 000
121 000
169 000
136 000
148 000
160 000

10 500
15 500
16 300
20 700
22 100
29 100
28 800
36 000
32 000
44 000
35 000
52 500
44 000
61 500
54 000
71 500
60 000
89 500
66 000
102 000
72 000
116 000
85 000
130 000
93 000
145 000
107 000
161 000
123 000
178 000
140 000
157 000
176 000

jD a

jd a

jd b

Cr

C 0r

1 470
2 200
2 150
2 840
2 830
3 800
3 600
4 750
3 800
5 650
3 950
6 600
4 900
7 650
5 950
8 700
6 450
10 500
7 050
11 800
7 350
12 800
8 600
13 900
9 500
15 000
10 900
16 100
12 300
17 300
13 800
15 000
16 300

1 070
1 580
1 660
2 110
2 250
2 970
2 940
3 650
3 250
4 500
3 550
5 350
4 500
6 250
5 550
7 300
6 150
9 150
6 750
10 400
7 300
11 800
8 650
13 300
9 450
14 800
10 900
16 400
12 500
18 100
14 200
16 000
17 900

(kg)

(mm)

Grease

Oil

Open
Z ZZ

Open
Z

12 000
11 000
10 000
9 000
9 000
8 000
8 000
7 500
7 500
6 300
6 700
6 000
6 300
5 600
5 600
5 000
5 300
4 800
5 000
4 300
4 500
4 000
4 300
3 800
4 000
3 600
3 800
3 400
3 600
2 800
3 400
3 200
2 800

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(rpm)

min

25

ra

Bearing Numbers

Limiting Speeds

(N)

ra

Shielded Type
(Two Shields) ZZ

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

ra

jD a

Open Type

ra

15 000
13 000
12 000
11 000
11 000
9 500
9 500
9 000
9 000
8 000
8 500
7 100
7 500
6 700
6 700
6 000
6 300
5 600
6 000
5 300
5 600
5 000
5 300
4 500
5 000
4 300
4 500
4 000
4 300
3 600
4 000
3 800
3 400

Open

BL 205
BL 305
BL 206
BL 306
BL 207
BL 307
BL 208
BL 308
BL 209
BL 309
BL 210
BL 310
BL 211
BL 311
BL 212
BL 312
BL 213
BL 313
BL 214
BL 314
BL 215
BL 315
BL 216
BL 316
BL 217
BL 317
BL 218
BL 318
BL 219
BL 319
BL 220
BL 221
BL 222

With
One Shielded

With
Two Shields

BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL

BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL
BL

205
305
206
306
207
307
208
308
209
309
210
310
211
311
212
312
213
313
214
314
215
315
216
316
217
317
218
318
219
319
220
221

Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z
Z

205
305
206
306
207
307
208
308
209
309
210
310
211
311
212
312
213
313
214
314
215
315
216
316
217
317
218
318
219
319
220
221

ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

da

db

Da

ra

min

max

max

max

32
36
38.5
42
44.5
44.5
50
52.5
55.5
61.5
60
68
66.5
72.5
74.5
79
80
85.5
84
92
90
98.5
95.5
104.5
102
110.5
107.5
117
114
124
121.5
127.5

47
55.5
57
65.5
65.5
72
73.5
82
78.5
92
83.5
101
92
111
102
119
112
129
117
139
122
149
131
159
141
167
151
177
159
187
169
179
189

30
31.5
35
36.5
41.5
43
46.5
48
51.5
53
56.5
59
63
64
68
71
73
76
78
81
83
86
89
91
94
98
99
103
106
108
111
116
121

1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1
1.5
1
1.5
1
2
1.5
2
1.5
2
1.5
2
1.5
2
1.5
2
2
2
2
2.5
2
2.5
2
2.5
2
2
2

approx

0.133
0.246
0.215
0.364
0.307
0.486
0.394
0.685
0.449
0.883
0.504
1.16
0.667
1.49
0.856
1.88
1.09
2.36
1.19
2.87
1.29
3.43
1.61
4.08
1.97
4.77
2.43
5.45
2.95
6.4
3.54
4.23
4.84

Remarks When using Maximum Type Ball Bearings, please contact NSK.

B 26

B 27

MAGNETO BEARINGS
Bore Diameter

4~20 mm
T
C
r

Nominal
Outside
Diameter
D (mm)

r
B
jD

jd

Over

10
18
30

Boundary Dimensions

(N)

r1

min

min

B,C,T

Incl
10
18
30
50

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

ra

Outside Diameter Tolerance (Class N)

r1

Cr

Units : m
Single Plane Mean Outside
Diameter
& D mp
E Series
High
+ 8
+ 8
+ 9
+11

C 0r

Cr

Dynamic Equivalent Load

EN Series

Low
0
0
0
0

High
0
0
0
0

Limiting Speeds
{kgf}

ra
jDa

Low
8
8
9
11

Bearing Numbers

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

(rpm)

C 0r

Grease

Oil

P =X Fr +Y Fa

jda

E Series

EN Series

0.5

2.5

e
0.2

(kg)

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

14.8
14.8
19

0.15
0.15
0.3

0.005
0.004
0.011

4
5
6

16
16
21

5
5
7

0.15
0.15
0.3

0.1
0.1
0.15

1 650
1 650
2 490

288
288
445

168
168
254

29
29
46

34 000
34 000
30 000

40 000
40 000
36 000

E 4
E 5
E 6

EN 4
EN 5
EN 6

7
8
9

22
24
28

7
7
8

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.15
0.15
0.15

2 490
3 450
4 550

445
650
880

254
350
465

46
66
90

30 000
28 000
24 000

36 000
34 000
30 000

E 7
E 8
E 9

EN 7
EN 8
EN 9

9
10
11

20
22
26

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.013
0.014
0.022

10
11
12

28
32
32

8
7
7

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.15
0.15
0.15

4 550
4 400
4 400

880
845
845

465
450
450

90
86
86

24 000
22 000
22 000

30 000
26 000
26 000

E 10
E 11
E 12

EN 10
EN 11
EN 12

12
13
14

26
30
30

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.021
0.029
0.028

13
14

30
35

7
8

0.3
0.3

0.15
0.15

4 400
5 800

845
1 150

450
590

86
117

22 000
19 000

26 000
22 000

E 13

EN 13
EN 14

15
16

28
33

0.3
0.3

0.021
0.035

15

35
40
38

8
10
10

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.15
0.3
0.2

5 800
7 400
6 900

1 150
1 500
1 380

590
750
705

117
153
141

19 000
17 000
17 000

22 000
20 000
22 000

E 15
BO 15

EN 15

EN 16

17
19
20

33
36
34

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.034
0.055
0.049

17

40
44
44

10
11
11

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3

7 400
7 350
7 350

1 500
1 500
1 500

750
750
750

153
153
153

17 000
16 000
16 000

20 000
19 000
19 000

L 17

BO 17

EN 17

21
21
21

36
40
40

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.051
0.080
0.080

18
19

40
40

9
9

0.6
0.6

0.2
0.2

5 050
5 050

1 030
1 030

515
515

105
105

17 000
17 000

20 000
20 000

E 19

EN 18
EN 19

22
23

36
36

0.6
0.6

0.051
0.049

20

47
47

12
14

1
1

0.6
0.6

11 000
11 000

2 380
2 380

1 120
1 120

243
243

14 000
14 000

17 000
17 000

E 20
L 20

EN 20

25
25

42
42

1
1

0.089
0.101

16

Fa/ Fr>e

Mass

da
5.2
6.2
8

Fa/ Fre

Remarks 1. The outside diameters of Magneto Bearings Series E always have plus tolerances.
2. When using Magneto Bearings other than E, please contact NSK.

B 28

B 29

EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS AND MINIATURE BALL


BEARINGS
EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS
Metric Design

Bore Diameter 1~9mmPages B34 to B37

With Flange

Bore Diameter 1~9mmPages B38 to B41


Bore Diameter 1.016~9.525mm Pages B42 to B43

Inch Design
With Flange

Bore Diameter 1.191~9.525mm Pages B44 to B45

DESIGN AND TYPES


The size ranges of extra small and miniature ball bearings are shown in
Table 1. The design, types, and type symbols are shown in Table 2. Those
types among them that are listed in the bearing tables are indicated by the
shading
in Table 2.
Table 1 Size Ranges of Bearings
Design
Metric

Extra Small Ball Bearings


Outside diameter D 9
Bore diameter

Inch

Miniature Ball Bearings


Outside diameter D < 9

d < 10

Outside diameter D 9.525


Bore diameter

Units : mm

Outside diameter D < 9.525

d < 10

Please refer to NSK Miniature Ball Bearings (CAT. No. E126) for details.

ZZ

B 30

ZZS

DD

VV

B 31

Table 2 Design, Types, and Type Symbols

TOLERANCES AND RUNNING ACCURACY


METRIC DESIGN BEARINGS Table 8.2(Pages A60 to A63)

Type Symbols
Special

Design Types
Metric

Remarks

Inch
Metric

Table 3 Flange Tolerances for Metric Flanged Bearings

Inch
Shielded sealed

 

The flange tolerances for metric design bearings are listed in Table 3.

MR

bearings are
available.

(1) Tolerances of Flange Outside Diameter


Nominal Flange
Outside Diameter

& D 1S

D1(mm)
over

SMT

Thin section

Units : m

Deviation of Flange Outside Diameter


1

incl

high

low

high

low

10

+220

36

36

10

18

+270

43

43

18

30

+330

52

52

Single-Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings

Remarks 2is applied when the flange outside diameter is used for positioning.
Shielded sealed
F6

 

FR

MF

bearings are
available.

With flange

Nominal
Bearing Outside
Diameter
D
(mm)

Deviation of
Flange Width

Units : m
Variation of Bearing
Outside Surface
Generatrix Inclination
with Flange Backface
S D1

Variation of
Flange Width& C 1S
V C 1S

& C 1S

Flange Backface
Runout with Raceway
S ea1

Normal and Classes 6,5,4,2 Normal and class 6 Class 5 Class 4 Class 2 Class 5 Class 4 Class 2 Class 5 Class 4 Class 2

RW

Extended inner
ring

Shielded bearings

over

incl

are available.

2.5(1)

18

18

30

high

low

Use the &BS tolerance for d


of the same bearing of the
same class

max
Use the & V BS
tolerance for d of
the same bearing
of the same class

max

max

2.5

1.5

1.5

11

2.5

1.5

1.5

11

2.5

1.5

1.5

11

Notes (1) 2.5mm is included

FRW

With flange
and extended
inner ring

Shielded bearings
are available.

INCH DESIGN BEARINGSTable 8.2 (Pages A60 to A63)

SR00X00

Shielded bearings

Pivot Ball
Bearings
Thrust Ball
Bearings

The flange tolerances for inch design flanged bearings are listed in Table 8.8.2
(Pages A76 and A77).

are available.

For synchro
motors

INSTRUMENT BALL BEARINGSTable 8.8 (Pages A76 to A77)

RECOMMENDED FITS

BCF

Please refer to NSK Miniature Ball Bearings (CAT.No.E126).

INTERNAL CLEARANCES Table 9.10 (Page A89)

Remarks Single-row angular contact ball bearings are available besides those shown
above.

B 32

(2) Flange Width Tolerances and Running Accuracies Related to Flange

LIMITING SPEEDS
The limiting speeds listed in the bearing tables should be adjusted depending
on the bearing toad conditions. Also, higher speeds are attainable by making
changes in the lubrication method, cage design, etc. Refer to Page A37 for detailed
information.
B 33

EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS


Metric Design
Bore Diameter

1~4 mm
B

B1
r

r1
r1

r
jD

jd

jD

Boundary Dimensions

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

1.2
1.5

2.5

D
3
3
4
4
4
5
6
5
5
6
6
7
7
6
7
8
8
6
7
8
8
9
9
10
13
7
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
16

B
1.0
1.5
1.6
1.8
1.2
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.3
2.5
2.5
2.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
2.8
2.0
2.0
2.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
4.0
5.0
2.0

2.0
2.5
3.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
5.0

B1

2.5
2.0
2.6
3.0
2.3
2.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
2.6
3.5

4.0
2.5
3.0

4.0
4.0
5.0
4.0
5.0

2.5
3.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
5.0

(N)

r (1)

r 1(1)

min

min

0.05
0.05
0.10
0.10
0.05
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.15
0.20
0.15
0.10
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.10

0.15
(0.15)
0.20
0.15
0.20
0.20
0.30

0.10
0.05
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.15

0.15
0.10
0.10

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20

0.10
0.10
(0.15)
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.20
0.30

rb

ra

rb
jD b

jd a

jD a

jd b

Shielded Type
ZZ ZZ1

Open Type

jd

ra

Cr
80
80
138
138
112
237
330
169
187
330
330
385
385
208
385
560
550
208
390
560
560
570
570
630
1 300
310
255
395
640
710
960
960
1 300
1 730

C 0r
23
23
35
35
33
69
98
50
58
98
98
127
127
74
127
179
175
74
130
179
179
187
187
218
485
115
107
139
225
270
345
345
485
670

Cr
8
8
14
14
11
24
34
17
19
34
34
39
39
21
39
57
56
21
40
57
57
58
58
64
133
32
26
40
65
73
98
98
133
177

Bearing Numbers

Limiting Speeds

{kgf}

C 0r
2.5
2.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
7
10
5
6
10
10
13
13
7.5
13
18
18
7.5
13
18
18
19
19
22
49
12
11
14
23
28
35
35
49
68

Grease

(rpm)

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(g)

(mm)
Oil

Open
Z ZZ

Open
Z

130 000
130 000
100 000
110 000
100 000
85 000
75 000
85 000
85 000
75 000
75 000
63 000
63 000
71 000
63 000
60 000
60 000
71 000
63 000
60 000
60 000
56 000
56 000
50 000
40 000
60 000
60 000
56 000
53 000
50 000
48 000
48 000
40 000
36 000

150 000
150 000
120 000
130 000
120 000
100 000
90 000
100 000
100 000
90 000
90 000
75 000
75 000
80 000
75 000
67 000
71 000
80 000
75 000
67 000
67 000
67 000
67 000
60 000
48 000
67 000
71 000
67 000
63 000
60 000
56 000
56 000
48 000
43 000

Open

681
MR 31
691
MR 41 X
681 X
691 X
601 X
682
MR 52 B
692
MR 62
MR 72
602
682 X
692 X
MR 82 X
602 X
MR 63
683 A
MR 83
693
MR 93
603
623
633
MR 74

MR 84
684 A
MR 104 B
694
604
624
634

Shielded

MR

MR
MR
MR

MR

MR

MR
MR
MR

41
681
691
601
682
52
692
62
72
602
682
692

602
63
683

693
93
603
623
633

74
84
684
104
694
604
624
634

XZZ
XZZ
XZZ
XZZ
ZZ
BZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
XZZ
XZZ
XZZ
ZZ
AZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
AZZ
BZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ1

Sealed

da

db

Da

Db

ra

rb

min

max

max

min

max

max

1.4
1.4
1.8
2.0
1.9
2.7
2.7
2.6
2.8
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.1
3.7
4.1
3.7
3.8
3.8
4.2
4.2
4.6
4.2
4.2
4.6
4.8

5.2
4.8
5.6
5.2
5.6
5.6
6.0

1.9
2.1
2.5
3.0
2.7
2.7
3.0
3.0
3.8
3.8
3.7
3.8

4.1
3.7
4.0

4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
6.0

4.8
5.0
5.2
5.9
5.6
5.6
6.0
7.5

02.6
02.6
03.2
03.2
03.6
03.8
04.8
04.4
04.2
04.8
04.8
05.8
05.8
05.4
05.8
06.4
06.8
05.2
06.2
06.8
06.8
07.4
07.8
08.8
11.4
06.2

06.8
08.2
08.4
09.8
10.4
11.4
14.0

03.5
03.6
04.3
05.4
04.2
04.4
05.4
05.2
06.2
06.2
05.4
06.2

07.0
05.4
06.4

07.3
07.9
07.9
08.0
11.3

06.3
07.4
08.1
08.8
09.9
09.9
11.3
13.8

0.05
0.05
0.10
0.10
0.05
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.15
0.20
0.15
0.10
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.10

0.15
0.10
0.20
0.15
0.20
0.20
0.30

0.10
0.05
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.15

0.15
0.10
0.10

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20

0.10
0.10
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.20
0.30

approx
Open Shielded

0.03
0.04
0.09
0.10
0.07
0.17
0.33
0.12
0.16
0.28
0.30
0.45
0.51
0.23
0.41
0.56
0.63
0.20
0.32
0.54
0.61
0.73
0.87
1.65
3.38
0.22

0.36
0.63
1.04
1.7
2.25
3.03
5.24

0.14
0.11
0.20
0.38
0.17
0.23
0.38
0.29
0.49
0.58
0.29
0.55

0.83
0.27
0.45

0.83
1.18
1.45
1.66
3.33

0.29
0.56
1.01
1.42
1.75
2.29
3.04
5.21

Note (1) The values in parentheses are not based on ISO 15.
Remark 1. When using bearings with a rotating outer ring, please contact NSK if they are shielded.

B 34

B 35

EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS


Metric Design
Bore Diameter

5~9 mm
B1

B1

r1
r1

r
jd

jD

jd

8
8
9
10
11
11
13
14
16
19
10
12
13
15
17
19
22
11
13
14
17
19
22
26
12
14
16
19
22
24
28
17
20
24
26
30

jD

B
2.0

2.5
3.0

3.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
6.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
5.0
6.0
6.0
7.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
5.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
2.5
3.5
4.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
4.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
10.00

B1

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV

2.5
3.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
6.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
6.0
6.0
7.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
10.00

(N)

r (1)

r1(1)

min

min

0.10

0.10
0.15 0.15
0.15 0.15

0.15
0.15 0.15
0.20 0.20
0.20 0.20
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.15 0.10
0.20 0.15
0.15 0.15
0.20 0.20
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.15 0.10
0.20 0.15
0.15 0.15
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.15 0.10
0.20 0.15
0.20 0.20
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
0.20 0.20
0.30 0.30
0.30 0.30
(0.6)0 (0.6)0
0.60 0.60

jD

jd

Cr
310
278
430
430
715
715
1 080
1 330
1 730
2 340
495
715
1 080
1 730
2 260
2 340
3 300
455
540
1 170
1 610
2 340
3 300
4 550
545
820
1 610
2 240
3 300
3 350
4 550
1 330
1 720
3 350
4 550
5 100

{kgf}

C 0r
120
131
168
168
276
281
430
505
670
885
218
292
440
670
835
885
1 370
201
276
510
710
885
1 370
1 970
274
385
710
910
1 370
1 430
1 970
665
840
1 430
1 970
2 390

Cr
31
28
44
44
73
73
110
135
177
238
51
73
110
177
231
238
335
47
55
120
164
238
335
465
56
83
164
228
335
340
465
136
175
340
465
520

C 0r
12
13
17
17
28
29
44
52
68
90
22
30
45
68
85
90
140
21
28
52
73
90
140
201
28
39
73
93
140
146
201
68
86
146
201
244

ra

rb

ra

rb
jD b

jd a

jD a

jd

jd b

Contact
Sealed Type
DD
Limiting Speeds (rpm)

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

r1

Shielded Type
ZZ ZZ1

Boundary Dimensions

r1

r1

jD

Open Type

B1
r1

Grease
Open
Z ZZ
V VV

53 000
53 000
50 000
50 000
48 000
45 000
43 000
40 000
36 000
32 000
45 000
43 000
40 000
40 000
38 000
32 000
30 000
43 000
40 000
40 000
36 000
36 000
30 000
28 000
40 000
38 000
36 000
36 000
34 000
28 000
28 000
36 000
34 000
32 000
28 000
24 000

Bearing Numbers

D DD

40 000
38 000
32 000
30 000

40 000
38 000
36 000
34 000
30 000
28 000

34 000
28 000
32 000
28 000
22 000

32 000
28 000
28 000
28 000
24 000
22 000
24 000
24 000
24 000
22 000

Open
Z

63 000
63 000
60 000
60 000
56 000
53 000
50 000
50 000
43 000
40 000
53 000
50 000
50 000
45 000
45 000
40 000
36 000
50 000
48 000
45 000
43 000
43 000
36 000
34 000
48 000
45 000
43 000
43 000
40 000
34 000
34 000
43 000
40 000
38 000
34 000
30 000

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

Oil

(g)

(mm)
Open

MR 85

MR 95
MR 105

685
695
605
625
635
MR 106
MR 126
686 A
696
606
626
636
MR 117
MR 137
687
697
607
627
637
MR 128
MR 148
688 A
698
608
628
638
689
699
609
629
639

Shielded

MR
MR
MR
MR

MR
MR

MR
MR

MR
MR

85
95
105
115
685
695
605
625
635
106
126
686
696
606
626
636
117
137
687
697
607
627
637
128
148
688
698
608
628
638
689
699
609
629
639

ZZ
ZZ1
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ1
ZZ1
ZZ1
ZZ
AZZ
ZZ1
ZZ
ZZ1
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ1
ZZ1
ZZ1
ZZ
ZZ1
ZZ1
ZZ
AZZ1
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ1
ZZ1
ZZ1
ZZ
ZZ
ZZ

Sealed

VV

VV

VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV
VV

DD
DD
DD
DD

DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD

DD
DD
DD
DD
DD

DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD
DD

da

db

Da

Db

ra

rb

min

max

max

min

max

max

05.8

06.2
06.2

06.2
06.6
06.6
07.0
07.0
07.2
07.6
07.2
07.6
08.0
08.0
08.0
08.2
08.6
08.2
09.0
09.0
09.0
09.0
09.2
09.6
09.6
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.6
11.0
11.0
11.0
13.0

05.8
06.0
06.0
06.3
06.2
06.6
06.9
07.5
08.5
07.0
07.2
07.4
07.9
08.2
08.5
10.5
08.0
09.0
08.5
10.2
09.1
10.5
12.8
09.0
09.2
10.2
10.0
10.5
12.0
12.8
11.5
12.0
12.0
12.8
16.1

07.2

07.8
08.8

09.8
11.4
12.4
14.0
17.0
08.8
10.4
11.8
13.4
15.0
17.0
20.0
09.8
11.4
12.8
15.0
17.0
20.0
24.0
10.8
12.4
14.4
17.0
20.0
22.0
26.0
15.4
18.0
22.8
24.0
26.0

07.4
08.2
08.4
09.8
09.9
11.2
12.2
13.8
16.5
09.3
10.9
11.7
13.3
14.8
16.5
19.0
10.5
11.6
12.7
14.8
16.5
19.0
22.8
11.3
12.8
14.2
16.5
19.0
20.5
22.8
15.2
17.2
20.5
22.8
25.6

0.10

0.15
0.15

0.15
0.20
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.15
0.20
0.15
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.15
0.20
0.15
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.15
0.20
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.60

0.10
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.10
0.15
0.15
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.10
0.15
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.60

approx
Open Shielded

00.26

00.50
00.95

01.20
02.45
03.54
04.95
08.56
00.56
01.27
01.91
03.88
05.97
08.15
14.00
00.62
01.58
02.13
05.26
07.67
12.70
24.00
00.71
01.86
03.12
07.23
12.10
17.20
28.30
03.53
08.45
14.50
19.50
36.50

00.34
00.58
01.29
01.49
01.96
02.50
03.48
04.86
08.34
00.68
01.74
02.69
03.72
06.08
07.94
14.00
00.72
02.02
02.97
05.12
07.51
12.90
25.00
00.97
02.16
04.02
07.18
12.20
17.40
28.60
04.43
08.33
14.70
19.30
36.00

Note (1) The values in parentheses are not based on ISO 15.
Remarks 1. When using bearings with a rotating outer ring, please contact NSK if they are sealed or shielded.
2. Bearings with snap rings are also available, please contact NSK.

B 36

B 37

EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS


Metric Design With Flange
Bore Diameter 1~4 mm
B

B1

C1

r1

r1

Boundary Dimensions
(mm)

D1

3
4

03.8
05.0

1.2

1.5

4
5
6

D2

B1

rb
jda

jdb

C1
0.3
0.5

C2

r (1) r1(1)

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds

(N)

(rpm)
Grease

Cr

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

Open
Z ZZ

Bearing Numbers

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

Mass
(g)

(mm)
Oil

Open

Open
Z

min

min

0.05
0.10

80
140

23
36

8
14

2.5
3.5

130 000
100 000

150 000
120 000

F 681
F 691

Shielded

db

ra

rb

min

max

max

max

approx
Open Shielded

1.4
1.8

0.05
0.10

0.04
0.14

1.0
1.6

04.8

1.8

0.4

0.10

138

35

14

3.5

110 000

130 000

MF 41 X

2.0

0.10

0.12

05.0
06.5
07.5

05.0
06.5
07.5

1.2
2.0
2.5

2.0
2.6
3.0

0.4
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.8
0.8

0.05
0.15
0.15

0.05
0.15
0.15

112
237
330

33
69
98

11
24
34

3.5
7
10

100 000
85 000
75 000

120 000
100 000
90 000

F 681 X
F 691 X
F 601 X

F 681 XZZ
F 691 XZZ
F 601 XZZ

1.9
2.7
2.7

2.1
2.5
3.0

0.05
0.15
0.15

0.05
0.15
0.15

0.09
0.23
0.42

0.14
0.28
0.52

5
5
6

06.1
06.2
07.5

06.1
06.2
07.5

1.5
2.0
2.3

2.3
2.5
3.0

0.5
0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.8

0.08
0.10
0.15

0.08
0.10
0.15

169
187
330

50
58
98

17
19
34

5
6
10

85 000
85 000
75 000

100 000
100 000
90 000

F 682
MF 52 B
F 692

F 682 ZZ
MF 52 BZZ
F 692 ZZ

2.6
2.8
3.2

2.7
2.7
3.0

0.08
0.10
0.15

0.08
0.10
0.15

0.16
0.21
0.35

0.22
0.27
0.48

6
7
7

07.2
08.2
08.5

08.2
08.5

2.5
2.5
2.8

3.0
3.5

0.6
0.6
0.7

0.6
0.9

0.15
0.15
0.15

0.15
0.15

330
385
385

98
127
127

34
39
39

10
13
13

75 000
63 000
63 000

90 000
75 000
75 000

MF 62
MF 72
F 602

MF 72 ZZ
F 602 ZZ

3.2
3.2
3.2

3.8
3.1

0.15
0.15
0.15

0.15
0.15

0.36
0.52
0.60

0.56
0.71

2.5

6
7
8
8

07.1
08.5
09.2
09.5

07.1
08.5

09.5

1.8
2.5
2.5
2.8

2.6
3.5

4.0

0.5
0.7
0.6
0.7

0.8
0.9

0.9

0.08
0.15
0.20
0.15

0.08
0.15

0.15

208
385
560
550

74
127
179
175

21
39
57
56

7.5
13
18
18

71 000
63 000
60 000
60 000

80 000
75 000
67 000
71 000

F
F
MF
F

682 X
692 X
82 X
602 X

F 682 XZZ
F 692 XZZ

F 602 XZZ

3.1
3.7
4.1
3.7

3.7
3.8

3.5

0.08
0.15
0.20
0.15

0.08
0.15

0.15

0.25
0.51
0.62
0.74

0.36
0.68

0.98

6
7
8

07.2
08.1
09.2

07.2
08.1

2.0
2.0
2.5

2.5
3.0

0.6
0.5
0.6

0.6
0.8

0.10
0.10
0.15

0.10
0.10

208
390
560

74
130
179

21
40
57

7.5
13
18

71 000
63 000
60 000

80 000
75 000
67 000

MF 63
F 683 A
MF 83

MF 63 ZZ
F 683 AZZ

3.8
3.8
4.2

3.7
4.0

0.10
0.10
0.15

0.10
0.10

0.27
0.37
0.56

0.33
0.53

8
9
9
10
13

09.5
10.2
10.5
11.5
15.0

09.5
10.6
10.5
11.5
15.0

3.0
2.5
3.0
4.0
5.0

4.0
4.0
5.0
4.0
5.0

0.7
0.6
0.7
1.0
1.0

0.9
0.8
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.15
0.20
0.15
0.15
0.20

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20

560
570
570
630
1 300

179
187
187
218
485

57
58
58
64
133

18
19
19
22
49

60 000
56 000
56 000
50 000
36 000

67 000
67 000
67 000
60 000
43 000

F
MF
F
F
F

F
MF
F
F
F

693 ZZ
93 ZZ
603 ZZ
623 ZZ
633 ZZ

4.2
4.6
4.2
4.2
4.6

4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
6.0

0.15
0.20
0.15
0.15
0.20

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20

0.70
0.81
1.00
1.85
3.73

0.97
1.34
1.63
1.86
3.59

7
7
8
9

08.2

09.2
10.3

08.2
09.2
10.3

2.0

2.0
2.5

2.5
3.0
4.0

0.6

0.6
0.6

0.10

0.6

0.10
0.6 0.15 0.10
1.0 (0.15) (0.15)

310
255
395
640

115
107
139
225

32
26
40
65

12
11
14
23

60 000
60 000
56 000
53 000

67 000
71 000
67 000
63 000

MF 74

MF 84
F 684

MF 74 ZZ
MF 84 ZZ
F 684 ZZ

4.8

5.2
4.8

4.8
5.0
5.2

0.10

0.15
0.10

0.10
0.10
0.10

0.29

0.44
0.70

0.35
0.63
1.14

10
11
12

11.2
12.5
13.5

11.6
12.5
13.5

3.0
4.0
4.0

4.0
4.0
4.0

0.6
1.0
1.0

0.8
1.0
1.0

0.2
0.15
0.20

0.15
0.15
0.20

710
960
960

270
345
345

73
98
98

28
35
35

50 000
48 000
48 000

60 000
56 000
56 000

MF 104 B
F 694
F 604

MF 104 BZZ
F 694 ZZ
F 604 ZZ

5.6
5.2
5.6

5.9
5.6
5.6

0.20
0.15
0.20

0.15
0.15
0.20

1.13
1.91
2.53

1.59
1.96
2.53

13
16

15.0
18.0

15.0
18.0

5.0
5.0

5.0
5.0

1.0
1.0

1.0
1.0

0.20
0.30

0.20
0.30

1 300
1 730

485
670

133
177

49
68

40 000
36 000

48 000
43 000

F 624
F 634

F 624 ZZ
F 634 ZZ1

5.6
6.0

6.0
7.5

0.20
0.30

0.20
0.30

3.38
5.73

3.53
5.62

693
93
603
623
633

da

Sealed

jd jD 2

Shielded Type
ZZ ZZ1

Open Type

ra

jD

jd jD 1

jD

C2

Note (1) The values in parentheses are not based on ISO 15.
Remark 1. When using bearings with a rotating outer ring, please contact NSK if they are shielded.

B 38

B 39

EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS


Metric Design With Flange
Bore Diameter 5~9 mm
B

B1

C1

B1

C2

r1

r1

r1

r1

r1

r1

Boundary Dimensions

D2

B1

C1

C2

r1

min

min

Cr

jdb

Grease

C r C 0r

Open
Z ZZ
V VV

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

Bearing Numbers

Limiting Speeds (rpm)

{kgf}

C 0r

rb
jda

Oil

D DD

Open
Z

Open

8
8
9
10

09.2

10.2
11.2

09.2
10.2
11.6

2.0

2.5
3.0

2.5
3.0
4.0

0.6

0.6
0.6

0.6
0.6
0.8

0.10

0.15
0.15

0.10
0.15
0.15

310
278
430
430

120
131
168
168

31
28
44
44

12
13
17
17

53 000
53 000
50 000
50 000

63 000
63 000
60 000
60 000

MF 85

MF 95
MF 105

11
13
14

12.5
15.0
16.0

12.5
15.0
16.0

3.0
4.0
5.0

5.0
4.0
5.0

0.8
1.0
1.0

1.0
1.0
1.0

0.15
0.20
0.20

0.15
0.20
0.20

715
1 080
1 330

281
430
505

73
110
135

29
44
52

45 000
43 000
40 000

40 000
38 000

53 000
50 000
50 000

16
19

18.0
22.0

18.0
22.0

5.0
6.0

5.0
6.0

1.0
1.5

1.0
1.5

0.30
0.30

0.30
0.30

1 730
2 340

670
885

177
238

68
90

36 000
32 000

32 000
30 000

10
12
13

11.2
13.2
15.0

11.2
13.6
15.0

2.5
3.0
3.5

3.0
4.0
5.0

0.6
0.6
1.0

0.6
0.8
1.1

0.15
0.20
0.15

0.10
0.15
0.15

495
715
1 080

218
292
440

51
73
110

22
30
45

45 000
43 000
40 000

15
17
19
22

17.0
19.0
22.0
25.0

17.0
19.0
22.0
25.0

5.0
6.0
6.0
7.0

5.0
6.0
6.0
7.0

1.2
1.2
1.5
1.5

1.2
1.2
1.5
1.5

0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30

0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30

1 730 670
2 260 835
2 340 885
3 300 1 370

177 68
231 85
238 90
335 140

11
13
14

12.2
14.2
16.0

12.2
14.6
16.0

2.5
3.0
3.5

3.0
4.0
5.0

0.6
0.6
1.0

0.6
0.8
1.1

0.15
0.20
0.15

0.10
0.15
0.15

455
540
1 170

47
55
120

17
19
22

19.0
22.0
25.0

19.0
22.0
25.0

5.0
6.0
7.0

5.0
6.0
7.0

1.2
1.5
1.5

1.2
1.5
1.5

0.30
0.30
0.30

0.30
0.30
0.30

12
14
16

13.2
15.6
18.0

13.6
15.6
18.0

2.5
3.5
4.0

3.5
4.0
5.0

0.6
0.8
1.0

0.8
0.8
1.1

0.15
0.20
0.20

19
22

22.0
25.0

22.0
25.0

6.0
7.0

6.0
7.0

1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5

17
20

19.0
23.0

19.0
23.0

4.0
6.0

5.0
6.0

1.0
1.5

1.1
1.5

Remark

B 40

D1

(N)

jd jD2

Contact
Sealed Type
DD

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

C2

ra

jD

Non-Contact
Sealed Type
VV

Shielded Type
ZZ ZZ1

Open Type

jd jD2

jd jD2 jD

jd jD1 jD

jD

B1

C2

Shielded

Sealed

Mass
(g)

da

db

ra

rb

min

max

max

max

approx
Open Shielded

MF 85 ZZ
MF 95 ZZ1
MF 105 ZZ

05.8

06.2
06.2

05.8
06.0
06.0

0.10

0.15
0.15

0.10
0.15
0.15

00.33

00.59
01.05

00.41
00.66
01.46

F 685
F 695
F 605

F 685 ZZ
F 695 ZZ
F 605 ZZ

VV

DD
DD

06.2
06.6
06.6

06.2
06.6
06.9

0.15
0.20
0.20

0.15
0.20
0.20

01.37
02.79
03.90

02.18
02.84
03.85

43 000
40 000

F 625
F 635

F 625 ZZ1
F 635 ZZ1

VV
VV

DD
DD

07.0
07.0

07.5
08.5

0.30
0.30

0.30
0.30

05.37
09.49

05.27
09.49

40 000
38 000

53 000
50 000
50 000

MF 106
MF 126
F 686 A

MF 106 ZZ1
MF 126 ZZ
F 686 AZZ

VV

DD
DD

07.2
07.6
07.2

07.0
07.2
07.4

0.15
0.20
0.15

0.10
0.15
0.15

00.65
01.38
02.25

00.77
01.94
03.04

40 000
38 000
32 000
30 000

36 000
34 000
30 000
28 000

45 000
45 000
40 000
36 000

696 ZZ1
606 ZZ
626 ZZ1
636 ZZ

VV
VV
VV
VV

DD
DD
DD
DD

07.6
08.0
08.0
08.0

07.9
08.2
08.5
10.5

0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30

0.20
0.30
0.30
0.30

04.34
06.58
09.09
14.60

04.26
06.61
09.09
14.70

21
28
52

43 000
40 000
40 000

34 000

50 000
48 000
45 000

MF 117
MF 137
F 687

MF 117 ZZ
MF 137 ZZ
F 687 ZZ1

VV

DD

08.2
08.6
08.2

08.0
09.0
08.5

0.15
0.20
0.15

0.10
0.15
0.15

00.72
01.70
02.48

00.82
02.23
03.37

1 610 715
2 340 885
3 300 1 370

164 73
238 90
335 140

36 000
36 000
30 000

28 000
32 000
28 000

43 000
43 000
36 000

F 697
F 607
F 627

F 697 ZZ1
F 607 ZZ1
F 627 ZZ

VV
VV
VV

DD
DD
DD

09.0
09.0
09.0

10.2
09.1
10.5

0.30
0.30
0.30

0.30
0.30
0.30

05.65
08.66
14.20

05.65
08.66
14.20

0.10
0.15
0.20

545
820
1 610

56
83
164

28
39
73

40 000
38 000
36 000

32 000
30 000

48 000
45 000
43 000

MF 128
MF 148
F 688 A

MF 128 ZZ1
MF 148 ZZ
F 688 AZZ

VV
VV

DD
DD

09.2
09.6
09.6

09.0
09.2
10.2

0.15
0.20
0.20

0.10
0.15
0.20

00.82
02.09
03.54

01.15
02.39
04.47

0.30
0.30

0.30
0.30

2 240 910
3 300 1 370

228 93
335 140

36 000
34 000

28 000
28 000

43 000
40 000

F 698
F 608

F 698 ZZ
F 608 ZZ

VV
VV

DD
DD

10.0
10.0

10.0
10.5

0.30
0.30

0.30
0.30

08.35
13.40

08.30
13.50

0.20
0.30

0.20
0.30

1 330
1 720

136
175

36 000
34 000

24 000
24 000

43 000
40 000

F 689
F 699

F 689 ZZ1
F 699 ZZ1

VV
VV

DD
DD

10.6
11.0

11.5
12.0

0.20
0.30

0.20
0.30

03.97
09.51

04.91
09.51

201
276
510

274
385
710

665
840

68
86

F
F
F
F

696
606
626
636

F
F
F
F

1. When using bearings with a rotating outer ring, please contact NSK if they are shielded.

B 41

EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS


Inch Design
Bore Diameter

1.016~9.525 mm
B

B1
r
r

jd

Boundary Dimensions

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

jD b

jd a

jDa

jd b

Shielded Type
ZZ ZZS

Open Type

ra

ra

jD

jd

jD

ra

ra

(N)

B1

Cr

Limiting Speeds

C 0r

Cr

Bearing

Numbers

C 0r

min

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(g)

(mm)

(rpm)

{kgf}
Grease

Oil

Open
Z ZZ

Open
Z

Open

Shielded

db

Da

Db

ra

min

max

max

min

max

approx
Open Shielded

1.016

3.175

1.191

0.1

80

23

2.5

130 000

150 000

R 09

01.9

02.3

0.1

0.04

1.191

3.967

1.588

2.380

0.1

138

35

14

3.5

110 000

130 000

R0

R 0 ZZ

02.0

01.9

03.1

03.5

0.1

0.09

00.11

1.397

4.762

1.984

2.779

0.1

231

66

24

6.5

90 000

110 000

R1

R 1 ZZ

02.2

02.3

03.9

04.1

0.1

0.15

00.19

1.984

6.350

2.380

3.571

0.1

310

108

32

11

67 000

80 000

R 1-4

R 1-4 ZZ

02.8

03.9

05.5

05.9

0.1

0.35

00.50

2.380

4.762
4.762
7.938

1.588

2.779

2.380
3.571

0.1
0.1
0.15

188
143
550

60
52
175

19
15
56

6
5.5
18

80 000
80 000
60 000

95 000
95 000
71 000

R 133

R 1-5

R 133 ZZS
R 1-5 ZZ

03.2

03.6

03.0
04.1

03.9

06.7

04.2
07.0

0.1
0.1
0.15

0.10

0.60

00.13
00.72

3.175

6.350
7.938
9.525

2.380
2.779
2.779

2.779
3.571
3.571

0.1
0.1
0.15

283
560
640

95
179
225

29
57
65

9.5
18
23

67 000
60 000
53 000

80 000
67 000
63 000

R 144
R 2-5
R 2-6

R 144 ZZ
R 2-5 ZZ
R 2-6 ZZS

04.0
04.0
04.4

03.9
04.3
04.6

05.5
07.1
08.3

05.9
07.3
08.2

0.1
0.1
0.15

0.25
0.55
0.96

00.27
00.72
01.13

9.525
12.700

3.967
4.366

3.967
4.366

0.3
0.3

630
640

218
225

64
65

22
23

56 000
53 000

67 000
63 000

R2
R 2A

R 2 ZZ
R 2A ZZ

05.2
05.2

04.8
04.6

07.5
10.7

08.0
08.2

0.3
0.3

1.36
3.30

01.39
03.23

3.967

7.938

2.779

3.175

0.1

360

149

37

15

53 000

63 000

R 155

R 155 ZZS

04.8

05.5

07.1

07.3

0.1

0.51

00.56

4.762

7.938
9.525
12.700

2.779
3.175
3.967

3.175
3.175
4.978

0.1
0.1
0.3

360
710
1 300

149
270
485

37
73
133

15
28
49

53 000
50 000
43 000

63 000
60 000
53 000

R 156
R 166
R3

R 156 ZZS
R 166 ZZ
R 3 ZZ

05.6
05.6
06.8

05.5
05.9
06.5

07.1
08.7
10.7

07.3
08.8
11.2

0.1
0.1
0.3

0.39
0.81
2.21

00.42
00.85
02.79

6.350

9.525
12.700

3.175
3.175

3.175
4.762

0.1
0.15

420
1 080

204
440

43
110

21
45

48 000
40 000

56 000
50 000

R 168B
R 188

R 168 BZZ
R 188 ZZ

07.2
07.6

07.0
07.4

08.7
11.5

08.9
11.6

0.1
0.15

0.58
1.53

00.62
02.21

15.875
19.050

4.978
5.558

4.978
7.142

0.3
0.4

1 610
660
2 620 1 060

164 68
267 108

38 000
36 000

45 000
43 000

R 4B
R 4AA

R 4B ZZ
R 4AA ZZ

08.4
09.4

08.4
09.0

13.8
16.0

13.8
16.6

0.3
0.4

4.50
7.48

04.43
09.17

28

40 000

48 000

R 1810

R 1810 ZZ

09.2

09.0

11.5

11.6

0.15

1.56

01.48

340 144

32 000

38 000

R6

R 6 ZZ

12.6

11.9

19.2

20.0

0.4

9.02

11.00

7.938

12.700

3.967

3.967

0.15

9.525

22.225

5.558

7.142

0.4

540

276

3 350 1 410

55

da

Remarks 1. When using bearings with a rotating outer ring, please contact NSK if they are shielded.
2. Bearings with double shields (ZZ, ZZS) are also available with single shields (Z, ZS).

B 42

B 43

EXTRA SMALL BALL BEARINGS MINIATURE BALL BEARINGS


Inch Design With Flange
Bore Diameter 1.191~9.525 mm
B

B1

C1

Boundary Dimensions

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

D1

(N)

B1

C1

C2

Cr

Limiting Speeds

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

3.175

3.967
4.762

6.350

7.938
9.525

3.967
4.762
6.350
4.762
4.762
7.938
6.350
7.938
9.525
9.525
7.938
7.938
9.525
12.700
9.525
12.700
15.875
12.700
22.225

5.156
5.944
7.518
5.944
5.944
9.119
7.518
9.119
10.719
11.176
9.119
9.119
10.719
14.351
10.719
13.894
17.526
13.894
24.613

1.588
1.984
2.380
1.588

2.779
2.380
2.779
2.779
3.967
2.779
2.779
3.175
4.978
3.175
3.175
4.978
3.967
7.142

2.380
2.779
3.571

2.380
3.571
2.779
3.571
3.571
3.967
3.175
3.175
3.175
4.978
3.175
4.762
4.978
3.967
7.142

0.330
0.580
0.580
0.460

0.580
0.580
0.580
0.580
0.760
0.580
0.580
0.580
1.070
0.580
0.580
1.070
0.790
1.570

0.790
0.790
0.790

0.790
0.790
0.790
0.790
0.790
0.760
0.910
0.910
0.790
1.070
0.910
1.140
1.070
0.790
1.570

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.15
0.1
0.1
0.15
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.1
0.15
0.3
0.15
0.4

138
35
231
66
310
108
188
60
143
52
550
175
283
95
560
179
640
225
630
218
360
149
360
149
710
270
1 300
485
420
204
1 080
440
1 610
660
540
276
3 350 1 410

14
3.5
24
6.5
32 11
19
6
15
5.5
56 18
29
9.5
57 18
65 23
64 22
37 15
37 15
73 28
133 49
43 21
110 45
164 68
55 28
340 144

Bearing Numbers

(rpm)

{kgf}

min

1.191
1.397
1.984
2.380

jd b

jd a

Shielded Type
ZZ ZZS

Open Type

ra

ra
jd jD 1

jD

jd jD 1

jD

C2

Grease

Oil

Open
Z ZZ

Open
Z

110
90
67
80
80
60
67
60
53
56
53
53
50
43
48
40
38
40
32

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

130
110
80
95
95
71
80
67
63
67
63
63
60
53
56
50
45
48
38

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

Open

FR 0
FR 1
FR 1-4
FR 133

FR 1-5
FR 144
FR 2-5
FR 2-6
FR 2
FR 155
FR 156
FR 166
FR 3
FR 168B
FR 188
FR 4B
FR 1810
FR 6

Shielded

FR 0 ZZ
FR 1 ZZ
FR 1-4 ZZ

FR 133 ZZS
FR 1-5 ZZ
FR 144 ZZ
FR 2-5 ZZ
FR 2-6 ZZS
FR 2 ZZ
FR 155 ZZS
FR 156 ZZS
FR 166 ZZ
FR 3 ZZ
FR 168 BZZ
FR 188 ZZ
FR 4B ZZ
FR 1810 ZZ
FR 6 ZZ

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

Mass
(g)

da

db

ra

min

max

max

approx
Open Shielded

02.0
02.2
02.8
03.2

03.6
04.0
04.0
04.4
05.2
04.8
05.6
05.6
06.8
07.2
07.6
08.4
09.2
12.6

01.9
02.3
03.9

03.0
04.1
03.9
04.3
04.6
04.8
05.5
05.5
05.9
06.5
07.0
07.4
08.4
09.0
11.9

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.15
0.1
0.1
0.15
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.1
0.15
0.3
0.15
0.4

00.11
00.20
00.41
00.13

00.68
00.31
00.62
01.04
01.51
00.59
00.47
00.90
02.97
00.66
01.64
04.78
01.71
10.10

00.16
00.25
00.58

00.19
00.82
00.35
00.81
01.25
01.55
00.67
00.53
00.98
03.09
00.75
02.49
04.78
01.63
12.10

Remarks 1. When using bearings with a rotating outer ring, please contact NSK if they are shielded.
2. Bearings with double shields (ZZ, ZZS) are also available with single shields (Z, ZS).

B 44

B 45

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


SINGLE-ROW AND MATCHED
ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS
Bore Diameter 10~ 50mmPages B50~B55
Bore Diameter 60~120mmPages B56~B61
Bore Diameter 130~200mmPages B62~B65

DOUBLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT Bore Diameter


BALL BEARINGS
FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL BEARINGS

10~ 85mmPages B66~B67

Bore Diameter 30~200mmPages B68~B71

DESIGN, TYPES, AND FEATURES


Contact
angle

SINGLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Since these bearings have a contact angle, they can sustain significant axial
loads in one direction together with radial loads. Because of their design, when
a radial load is applied, an axial force component is produced; therefore, two
opposed bearings or a combination of more than two must be used.
Since the rigidity of single-row angular contact ball bearings can be
increased by preloading, they are often used in the main spindles of machine
tools, for which high running accuracy is required. (Refer to Chapter 10,
Preload, Page A96).
Usually, the cages for angular contact ball bearings with a contact angle of
30 (Symbol A) or 40(Symbol B) are in accordance with Table 1,but
depending on the application, machined synthetic resin cages or molded
polyamide resin cages are also used. The basic load ratings given in the
bearing tables are based on the cage classification listed in Table 1.
Though the figures in the bearing tables (Pages B50 to B61; bearing bore
diameters of 10 to 120) show bearings with single-shoulder-type inner rings,
both-shoulder-type bearings are also available. Please consult NSK for more
detailed information.
Table 1 Standard Cages for Angular Contact Ball Bearings
Series

Pressed Steel Cages

Machined Brass Cages

79A5, C

7900~7940

70A

7000~7018

7019~7040

70C

7000~7022

72A, B

7200~7222

7224~7240

72C

7200~7240

73A, B

7300~7320

7321~7340

In addition, for bearings with the same serial number, if the type of cages
are different, the number of balls may also be different. In such a case, the
load rating will differ from the one listed in the bearing tables.
Angular Contact Ball Bearings with contact angles of 15 (Symbol C) and
25 (Symbol A5) are primarily for high precision or high speed applications,
and machined brass or synthetic resin cages or molded polyamide cages are
used.
The maximum operating temperature of molded polyamide cages is 120C.
B 46

B 47

MATCHED ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


The types and features of matched angular contact ball bearings are shown
in Table 2.
Table 2 Types and Features of Matched Angular Contact Ball Bearings
Figure

a0

a0

Arrangement

Features

Back-to-back
(DB)
(Example)
7208 A DB

Radial loads and axial loads in both directions


can be sustained.
Since the distance between the effective load
centers a 0 is big, this type is suitable if
moments are applied.

Face-to-face
(DF)
(Example)
7208 B DF

Radial loads and axial loads in both directions


can be sustained.
Compared with the DB Type, the distance
between the effective load centers is small, so
the capacity to sustain moments is inferior to
the DB Type.

Tandem
(DT)
(Example)
7208 A DT

Radial loads and axial loads in one direction


can be sustained. Since two bearings share the
axial load, this arrangement is used when the
load in one direction is heavy.

TOLERANCES AND RUNNING ACCURACY


SINGLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT
BALL BEARINGS Table 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)
MATCHED ANGULAR CONTACT
BALL BEARINGS Table 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)
DOUBLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT
BALL BEARINGS Table 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)
FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL
BEARINGSTable 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)

RECOMMENDED FITS
SINGLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL
BEARINGSTable 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)

MATCHED ANGULAR CONTACT BALL


BEARINGSTable 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)

DOUBLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL


BEARINGSTable 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)

FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL BEARINGS Table 9.2 (Page A84)


Table 9.4 (Page A85)

INTERNAL CLEARANCES
DOUBLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS
This is basically a back-to-back mounting of two single-row angular
contact ball bearings, but their inner and outer rings are each integrated into
one. Axial loads in both directions can be sustained, and the capacity to
sustain moments is good. This type is used as fixed-end bearings.
Their cages are pressed steel.
FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL BEARINGS
The inner ring is split radially into two pieces. Their design allows one
bearing to sustain significant axial loads in either direction.
The contact angle is 35, so the axial load capacity is high. This type is
suitable for carrying pure axial loads or combined loads where the axial loads
are high.
The cages are made of machined brass.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF ANGULAR CONTACT BALL


BEARINGS

B 48

Under severe operating conditions where the speed and temperature are
close to their limits, lubrication is marginal, vibration and moment loads are
heavy, they may not be suitable, particularly for certain types of cages. In
such a case, please consult with NSK beforehand.
And if the load on angular contact ball bearings becomes too small, or if
the ratio of the axial and radial loads for matched bearings exceeds e (e is
listed in the bearings tables) during operation, slippage occurs between the
balls and raceways, which may result in smearing. Especially with large
bearings since the weight of the balls and cage is high. If such load
conditions are expected, please consult with NSK for selection of the
bearings.

MATCHED ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS Table 9 17 (Page A94)


Matched angular contact ball bearings with precision better than P5 are
primarily used in the main spindles of machine tools, so they are used with a
preload for rigidity. For convenience of selection, internal clearances are
adjusted to produce Very Light, Light, Medium, and Heavy Preloads. Their
fitting is also special. Concerning these matters, please refer to Tables 10.1
and 10.2 (Pages A98 and A99).
The clearance (or preload) of matched bearings is obtained by axially
tightening a pair of bearings till the side faces of their inner or outer rings are
pressed against each other.
DOUBLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS
For the clearance in double-row angular contact ball bearings, please
consult with NSK.
FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL BEARINGS Table 9.18 (Page A94)

LIMITING SPEEDS
In cases of single-row and matched angular contact ball bearings, the
Limiting speeds listed in the bearing table are for bearings with machined
cage. For those with pressed cages, the listed speeds must be reduced by
20%.
The limiting speeds of bearings with contact angles of 15 (Symbol C) and
25 (Symbol A5) are for bearings with precision of P5 and better (with
machined synthetic-resin cages or molded polyamide cages).
The limiting speeds listed in the bearing tables should be adjusted
depending on the bearing load conditions. Also, higher speeds are attainable
by making changes in the lubrication method, cage design, etc. Refer to Page
A37 for detailed information.

B 49

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 10~17 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1
jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd a

jd b

jd a jDa

jD b

15

25
30
40

rb

ra

ra

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

ra

r1

a0

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

10

12

15

17

22
22
26
26
30
30
30
35
35
24
24
28
28
32
32
32
37
37
28
28
32
32
35
35
35
42
42
30
30
35
35
40
40
40
47
47

B
6
6
8
8
9
9
9
11
11
6
6
8
8
10
10
10
12
12
7
7
9
9
11
11
11
13
13
7
7
10
10
12
12
12
14
14

(N)

r1

min

min

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr
2 880
3 000
5 350
5 300
5 400
5 000
5 400
9 300
8 750
3 200
3 350
5 800
5 800
8 000
7 450
7 900
9 450
8 850
4 550
4 750
6 100
6 250
8 650
7 950
8 650
13 400
12 500
4 750
5 000
6 400
6 600
10 800
9 950
10 900
15 900
14 800

{kgf}

C 0r
1 450
1 520
2 600
2 490
2 710
2 500
2 610
4 300
4 050
1 770
1 860
2 980
2 900
4 050
3 750
3 850
4 500
4 200
2 530
2 640
3 450
3 400
4 650
4 300
4 550
7 100
6 600
2 800
2 940
3 800
3 800
6 000
5 500
5 850
8 650
8 000

Cr
294
305
550
540
555
510
550
950
890
325
340
590
590
815
760
805
965
900
465
485
625
635
880
810
885
1 370
1 270
485
510
655
675
1 100
1 010
1 110
1 630
1 510

C 0r
148
155
266
254
276
255
266
440
410
181
189
305
296
410
380
395
460
425
258
270
350
345
475
440
460
720
670
286
299
390
390
610
565
595
880
820

f0

14.1

12.6

13.2

14.7

13.2

12.5

14.5

14.1

13.2

14.8

14.5

13.3

Tandem
DT
Limiting
Speeds (1)
(rpm)
Grease
Oil

40 000
48 000
32 000
45 000
28 000
20 000
40 000
20 000
18 000
38 000
45 000
28 000
40 000
26 000
18 000
36 000
18 000
16 000
32 000
38 000
24 000
34 000
22 000
16 000
32 000
16 000
14 000
30 000
34 000
22 000
32 000
20 000
14 000
28 000
14 000
13 000

56 000
63 000
43 000
63 000
38 000
28 000
56 000
26 000
24 000
53 000
63 000
38 000
56 000
34 000
26 000
50 000
24 000
22 000
43 000
53 000
32 000
48 000
30 000
22 000
45 000
22 000
19 000
40 000
48 000
30 000
43 000
28 000
19 000
38 000
19 000
17 000

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)
(mm)

6.7
5.1
9.2
6.4
10.3
12.9
7.2
12.0
14.9
7.2
5.4
9.8
6.7
11.4
14.2
7.9
13.1
16.3
8.5
6.4
11.3
7.6
12.7
16.0
8.8
14.7
18.5
9.0
6.6
12.5
8.5
14.2
18.0
9.8
16.2
20.4

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1

0.009
0.009
0.019
0.021
0.032
0.032
0.036
0.053
0.054
0.011
0.011
0.021
0.024
0.037
0.038
0.041
0.060
0.062
0.015
0.015
0.030
0.034
0.045
0.046
0.052
0.084
0.086
0.017
0.017
0.040
0.044
0.067
0.068
0.075
0.116
0.118

12.5
12.5
12.5
12.5
15
15
15
15
15
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
17
17
17
18
18
17.5
17.5
17.5
17.5
20
20
20
21
21
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
22
22
22
23
23

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 50

19.5
19.5
23.5
23.5
25
25
25
30
30
21.5
21.5
25.5
25.5
27
27
27
31
31
25.5
25.5
29.5
29.5
30
30
30
36
36
27.5
27.5
32.5
32.5
35
35
35
41
41

Bearing Numbers (2)

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

7900
7900
7000
7000
7200
7200
7200
7300
7300
7901
7901
7001
7001
7201
7201
7201
7301
7301
7902
7902
7002
7002
7202
7202
7202
7302
7302
7903
7903
7003
7003
7203
7203
7203
7303
7303

A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B

Note

Duplex

DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB

DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF

Cr
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT

4
4
8
8
8
8
8
15
14
5
5
9
9
13
12
12
15
14
7
7
9
10
14
12
14
21
20
7
8
10
10
17
16
17
25
24

700
900
750
650
800
100
800
100
200
200
450
400
400
000
100
800
400
400
400
750
950
100
000
900
100
800
200
750
150
400
700
600
100
600
900
000

2
3
5
5
5
5
5
8
8
3
3
5
5
8
7
7
9
8
5
5
6
6
9
8
9
14
13
5
5
7
7
12
11
11
17
16

900
050
200
000
400
000
200
600
100
550
700
950
800
050
500
700
000
400
050
300
850
750
300
600
050
200
200
600
850
650
600
000
000
700
300
000

Cr
475
500
890
880
900
825
895
1 540
1 450
530
555
955
960
1 330
1 230
1 310
1 570
1 460
755
790
1 010
1 030
1 430
1 310
1 440
2 220
2 060
790
830
1 060
1 100
1 790
1 650
1 800
2 640
2 450

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

C 0r
296
310
530
510
555
510
530
880
825
360
380
610
590
820
765
785
915
855
515
540
700
690
950
875
925
1 440
1 340
570
600
780
775
1 220
1 130
1 190
1 760
1 640

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

32
38
24
36
22
16
32
16
14
30
36
22
32
20
15
30
15
13
26
30
19
28
18
13
26
13
11
24
28
17
26
16
11
22
11
10

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

43
53
34
50
30
22
45
22
20
43
50
30
45
28
20
40
20
18
34
43
26
38
24
18
36
17
15
32
38
24
34
22
15
32
15
14

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

DB

13.5
10.3
18.4
12.8
20.5
25.8
14.4
24.0
29.9
14.4
10.8
19.5
13.4
22.7
28.5
15.9
26.1
32.6
17.0
12.8
22.6
15.3
25.4
32.0
17.7
29.5
36.9
18.0
13.3
25.0
17.0
28.5
35.9
19.6
32.5
40.9

a0

DF

1.5
1.7
2.4
3.2
2.5
7.8
3.6
2.0
7.9
2.4
1.2
3.5
2.6
2.7
8.5
4.1
2.1
8.6
3.0
1.2
4.6
2.7
3.4
10.0
4.3
3.5
10.9
4.0
0.7
5.0
3.0
4.5
11.9
4.4
4.5
12.9

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

min

max

max

20.8
20.8
24.8
24.8
27.5
27.5
27.5
32.5
32.5
22.8
22.8
26.8
26.8
29.5
29.5
29.5
32
32
26.8
26.8
30.8
30.8
32.5
32.5
32.5
37
37
28.8
28.8
33.8
33.8
37.5
37.5
37.5
42
42

0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6

11.2

12.5
12.5

12.5
12.5

13.2

14.5
14.5

17
17

16.2

17.5
17.5

20
20

18.2

19.5
19.5

22
22

rb (3)

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 51

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 20~35 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1
jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd a

jd b

jd a jDa

jD b

15

25
30
40

rb

ra

ra

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

ra

r1

a0

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

20

25

30

35

37
37
42
42
47
47
47
52
52
42
42
47
47
52
52
52
62
62
47
47
55
55
62
62
62
72
72
55
55
62
62
72
72
72
80
80

B
9
9
12
12
14
14
14
15
15
9
9
12
12
15
15
15
17
17
9
9
13
13
16
16
16
19
19
10
10
14
14
17
17
17
21
21

(N)

r1

min

min

0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.3
0.3
1
1
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.6
0.6
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5

0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr
6 600
6 950
10 800
11 100
14 500
13 300
14 600
18 700
17 300
7 450
7 850
11 300
11 700
16 200
14 800
16 600
26 400
24 400
7 850
8 300
14 500
15 100
22 500
20 500
23 000
33 500
31 000
11 400
12 100
18 300
19 100
29 700
27 100
30 500
40 000
36 500

{kgf}

C 0r
4 050
4 250
6 600
6 550
8 300
7 650
8 050
10 400
9 650
5 150
5 400
7 400
7 400
10 300
9 400
10 200
15 800
14 600
5 950
6 250
10 100
10 300
14 800
13 500
14 700
20 900
19 300
8 700
9 150
13 400
13 700
20 100
18 400
19 900
26 300
24 200

Cr
675
710
1 110
1 130
1 480
1 360
1 480
1 910
1 770
760
800
1 150
1 190
1 650
1 510
1 690
2 690
2 490
800
845
1 480
1 540
2 300
2 090
2 350
3 450
3 150
1 170
1 230
1 870
1 950
3 050
2 760
3 100
4 050
3 750

C 0r
410
430
670
665
845
780
825
1 060
985
525
555
750
755
1 050
960
1 040
1 610
1 490
605
640
1 030
1 050
1 510
1 380
1 500
2 130
1 960
885
930
1 370
1 390
2 050
1 870
2 030
2 680
2 460

f0

14.9

14.0

13.3

15.5

14.7

14.0

15.9

14.9

13.9

15.7

15.0

13.9

Tandem
DT
Limiting
Speeds (1)
(rpm)
Grease
Oil

24 000
28 000
18 000
26 000
17 000
12 000
24 000
13 000
11 000
20 000
24 000
16 000
22 000
15 000
10 000
22 000
10 000
9 000
18 000
22 000
13 000
19 000
12 000
8 500
18 000
9 000
8 000
15 000
18 000
12 000
17 000
10 000
7 500
15 000
8 000
7 100

32 000
38 000
24 000
36 000
22 000
16 000
34 000
17 000
15 000
28 000
34 000
22 000
30 000
20 000
14 000
28 000
14 000
13 000
24 000
28 000
18 000
26 000
17 000
12 000
24 000
12 000
11 000
20 000
24 000
16 000
22 000
14 000
10 000
20 000
10 000
9 500

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)
(mm)

11.1
8.3
14.9
10.1
16.7
21.1
11.5
17.9
22.6
12.3
9.0
16.4
10.8
18.6
23.7
12.7
21.1
26.7
13.5
9.7
18.8
12.2
21.3
27.3
14.2
24.2
30.9
15.5
11.0
21.0
13.5
23.9
30.9
15.7
27.1
34.6

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
0.3
0.3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5

0.036
0.036
0.068
0.076
0.106
0.109
0.118
0.146
0.15
0.043
0.042
0.079
0.089
0.13
0.133
0.143
0.235
0.241
0.049
0.049
0.116
0.134
0.197
0.202
0.222
0.346
0.354
0.074
0.074
0.153
0.173
0.287
0.294
0.32
0.464
0.474

22.5
22.5
25
25
26
26
26
27
27
27.5
27.5
30
30
31
31
31
32
32
32.5
32.5
36
36
36
36
36
37
37
40
40
41
41
42
42
42
44
44

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 52

34.5
34.5
37
37
41
41
41
45
45
39.5
39.5
42
42
46
46
46
55
55
44.5
44.5
49
49
56
56
56
65
65
50
50
56
56
65
65
65
71
71

Bearing Numbers (2)

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

7904
7904
7004
7004
7204
7204
7204
7304
7304
7905
7905
7005
7005
7205
7205
7205
7305
7305
7906
7906
7006
7006
7206
7206
7206
7306
7306
7907
7907
7007
7007
7207
7207
7207
7307
7307

A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B

Note

Duplex

DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB

DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF

Cr
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT

10
11
17
18
23
21
23
30
28
12
12
18
19
26
24
27
43
39
12
13
23
24
36
33
37
54
50
18
19
29
31
48
44
49
65
59

700
300
600
000
500
600
600
500
200
100
700
300
000
300
000
000
000
500
800
500
600
600
500
500
500
500
500
600
600
700
000
500
000
500
000
500

8
8
13
13
16
15
16
20
19
10
10
14
14
20
18
20
31
29
11
12
20
20
29
27
29
41
38
17
18
26
27
40
36
40
52
48

100
500
200
100
600
300
100
800
300
300
800
800
800
500
800
400
500
300
900
500
200
500
500
000
300
500
500
400
300
800
300
000
500
000
500
500

Cr
1 090
1 150
1 800
1 840
2 400
2 210
2 410
3 100
2 870
1 230
1 300
1 870
1 940
2 690
2 450
2 750
4 400
4 050
1 300
1 380
2 410
2 510
3 750
3 400
3 800
5 600
5 150
1 890
2 000
3 050
3 150
4 900
4 500
5 050
6 600
6 100

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

C 0r
825
865
1 340
1 330
1 690
1 560
1 650
2 130
1 970
1 050
1 110
1 510
1 510
2 090
1 920
2 080
3 250
2 980
1 210
1 280
2 060
2 090
3 000
2 760
2 990
4 250
3 950
1 770
1 860
2 740
2 790
4 100
3 750
4 050
5 350
4 950

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

19
22
15
20
13
9
19
10
9
16
19
13
18
12
8
17
8
7
14
17
11
15
10
7
14
7
6
12
14
9
13
8
6
12
6
5

000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
100
000
100
300
000
000
500
000
500
000
000
300
600

26
32
20
30
19
13
26
13
12
22
26
17
26
16
11
24
11
10
19
24
15
22
13
9
20
9
8
17
20
13
19
12
8
17
8
7

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
500

DB

22.3
16.6
29.9
20.3
33.3
42.1
23.0
35.8
45.2
24.6
18.0
32.8
21.6
37.2
47.3
25.3
42.1
53.5
27.0
19.3
37.5
24.4
42.6
54.6
28.3
48.4
61.8
31.0
22.1
42.0
27.0
47.9
61.9
31.3
54.2
69.2

a0

DF

4.3
1.4
5.9
3.7
5.3
14.1
5.0
5.8
15.2
6.6
0.0
8.8
2.4
7.2
17.3
4.7
8.1
19.5
9.0
1.3
11.5
1.6
10.6
22.6
3.7
10.4
23.8
11.0
2.1
14.0
1.0
13.9
27.9
2.7
12.2
27.2

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

min

max

max

35.8
35.8
39.5
39.5
42
42
42
47
47
40.8
40.8
44.5
44.5
47
47
47
57
57
45.8
45.8
50
50
57
57
57
67
67
52.5
52.5
57
57
67
67
67
74
74

0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.15
0.15
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1

22.5

25
25

25
25

27.5

30
30

30
30

35

35
35

35
35

40

40
40

41
41

rb (3)

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 53

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 40~55 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1
jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd a

jd b

jd a jDa

jD b

15

25
30
40

rb

ra

ra

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

ra

r1

a0

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

40

62
62
68
68
80
80
80
90
90
45 68
68
75
75
85
85
85
100
100
50 72
72
80
80
90
90
90
110
110
55 80
80
90
90
100
100
100
120
120

B
12
12
15
15
18
18
18
23
23
12
12
16
16
19
19
19
25
25
12
12
16
16
20
20
20
27
27
13
13
18
18
21
21
21
29
29

(N)

r1

min

min

0.6
0.6
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.1
2
2
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2

0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr
14 300
15 100
19 500
20 600
35 500
32 000
36 500
49 000
45 000
15 100
16 000
23 100
24 400
39 500
36 000
41 000
63 500
58 500
15 900
16 900
24 500
26 000
41 500
37 500
43 000
74 000
68 000
18 100
19 100
32 500
34 000
51 000
46 500
53 000
86 000
79 000

{kgf}

C 0r
11 200
11 700
15 400
15 900
25 100
23 000
25 200
33 000
30 500
12 700
13 400
18 700
19 300
28 700
26 200
28 800
43 500
40 000
14 200
15 000
21 100
21 900
31 500
28 600
31 500
52 000
48 000
16 800
17 700
27 700
28 600
39 500
36 000
40 000
61 500
56 500

Cr
1 460
1 540
1 990
2 100
3 600
3 250
3 700
5 000
4 550
1 540
1 630
2 360
2 490
4 050
3 650
4 150
6 450
5 950
1 630
1 720
2 500
2 650
4 200
3 800
4 350
7 550
6 950
1 840
1 950
3 300
3 500
5 200
4 700
5 400
8 750
8 050

C 0r
1 140
1 200
1 570
1 620
2 560
2 340
2 570
3 350
3 100
1 290
1 360
1 910
1 960
2 930
2 680
2 940
4 450
4 100
1 450
1 530
2 150
2 230
3 200
2 920
3 250
5 300
4 900
1 710
1 810
2 830
2 920
4 050
3 700
4 100
6 250
5 750

f0

15.7

15.4

14.1

16.0

15.4

14.2

16.2

15.7

14.5

16.3

15.5

14.5

Tandem
DT
Limiting
Speeds (1)
(rpm)
Grease
Oil

14 000
16 000
10 000
15 000
9 500
6 700
14 000
7 100
6 300
12 000
14 000
9 500
14 000
8 500
6 300
12 000
6 300
5 600
11 000
13 000
8 500
12 000
8 000
5 600
12 000
5 600
5 000
10 000
12 000
7 500
11 000
7 100
5 300
10 000
5 000
4 500

18 000
22 000
14 000
20 000
13 000
9 000
19 000
9 000
8 500
17 000
20 000
13 000
19 000
12 000
8 500
17 000
8 500
7 500
15 000
18 000
12 000
17 000
11 000
8 000
16 000
7 500
6 700
14 000
16 000
11 000
15 000
10 000
7 100
14 000
6 700
6 300

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)
(mm)

17.9
12.8
23.1
14.7
26.3
34.2
17.0
30.3
38.8
19.2
13.6
25.3
16.0
28.3
36.8
18.2
33.4
42.9
20.2
14.2
26.8
16.7
30.2
39.4
19.4
36.6
47.1
22.2
15.5
29.9
18.7
32.9
43.0
20.9
39.8
51.2

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

45
45
46
46
47
47
47
49
49
50
50
51
51
52
52
52
54
54
55
55
56
56
57
57
57
60
60
61
61
62
62
64
64
64
65
65

57
57
62
62
73
73
73
81
81
63
63
69
69
78
78
78
91
91
67
67
74
74
83
83
83
100
100
74
74
83
83
91
91
91
110
110

0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2

0.11
0.109
0.19
0.213
0.375
0.383
0.418
0.633
0.648
0.13
0.129
0.25
0.274
0.411
0.421
0.468
0.848
0.869
0.132
0.13
0.263
0.293
0.466
0.477
0.528
1.1
1.12
0.184
0.182
0.391
0.43
0.613
0.627
0.688
1.41
1.45

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 54

Bearing Numbers (2)

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

7908
7908
7008
7008
7208
7208
7208
7308
7308
7909
7909
7009
7009
7209
7209
7209
7309
7309
7910
7910
7010
7010
7210
7210
7210
7310
7310
7911
7911
7011
7011
7211
7211
7211
7311
7311

A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B

Note

Duplex

DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB

DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF

Cr
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT

23
24
31
33
57
52
59
79
73
24
26
37
39
64
58
66
103
95
25
27
40
42
67
60
69
121
111
29
31
52
55
83
75
86
139
128

300
600
500
500
500
000
000
500
000
600
000
500
500
500
500
500
000
000
900
400
000
000
000
500
500
000
000
300
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000

22
23
31
32
50
46
50
66
60
25
26
37
38
57
52
57
87
80
28
30
42
44
63
57
63
104
96
33
35
55
57
79
72
80
123
113

300
500
000
000
500
000
500
000
500
400
800
500
500
500
500
500
000
500
400
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
500
500
500
500
000
000
000
000
000

Cr

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

C 0r

2 370 2 270
2 510 2 390
3 250 3 150
3 400 3 250
5 850 5 150
5 300 4 700
6 000 5 150
8 100 6 700
7 400 6 200
2 510 2 590
2 660 2 730
3 850 3 800
4 050 3 950
6 550 5 850
5 950 5 350
6 750 5 850
10 500 8 900
9 650 8 200
2 640 2 900
2 800 3 050
4 050 4 300
4 300 4 450
6 850 6 400
6 200 5 850
7 100 6 450
12 300 10 600
11 300 9 800
2 990 3 400
3 150 3 600
5 350 5 650
5 650 5 850
8 450 8 050
7 650 7 350
8 800 8 150
14 200 12 500
13 100 11 500

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

11
13
8
12
7
5
11
5
5
9
12
7
11
7
5
10
5
4
9
11
7
10
6
4
9
4
4
8
9
6
9
6
4
8
4
3

000
000
500
000
500
300
000
600
000
500
000
500
000
100
000
000
000
500
000
000
100
000
300
500
500
500
000
000
500
300
000
000
000
500
000
600

15
18
11
17
10
7
15
7
6
13
16
10
15
9
6
14
6
6
12
15
9
14
9
6
13
6
5
11
13
8
12
8
5
12
5
5

000
000
000
000
000
500
000
500
700
000
000
000
000
500
700
000
700
000
000
000
500
000
000
300
000
000
600
000
000
500
000
000
600
000
600
000

DB

35.8
25.7
46.2
29.5
52.6
68.3
34.1
60.5
77.5
38.4
27.1
50.6
32.1
56.5
73.5
36.4
66.9
85.8
40.5
28.3
53.5
33.4
60.4
78.7
38.7
73.2
94.1
44.5
31.1
59.9
37.4
65.7
86.0
41.7
79.5
102.4

a0

DF

11.8
1.7
16.2
0.5
16.6
32.3
1.9
14.5
31.5
14.4
3.1
18.6
0.1
18.5
35.5
1.6
16.9
35.8
16.5
4.3
21.5
1.4
20.4
38.7
1.3
19.2
40.1
18.5
5.1
23.9
1.4
23.7
44.0
0.3
21.5
44.4

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

min

max

rb (3)
max

45

45
45

46
46

50

50
50

51
51

55

55
55

56
56

60

61
61

61
61

59.5
59.5
63
63
75
75
75
84
84
65.5
65.5
70
70
80
80
80
94
94
69.5
69.5
75
75
85
85
85
104
104
75
75
85
85
94
94
94
114
114

0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 55

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 60~75 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1
jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd a

jd b

jd a jDa

jD b

15

25
30
40

rb

ra

ra

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

ra

r1

a0

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

60

85
85
95
95
110
110
110
130
130
65 90
90
100
100
120
120
120
140
140
70 100
100
110
110
125
125
125
150
150
75 105
105
115
115
130
130
130
160
160

B
13
13
18
18
22
22
22
31
31
13
13
18
18
23
23
23
33
33
16
16
20
20
24
24
24
35
35
16
16
20
20
25
25
25
37
37

(N)

r1

min

min

1
1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr

{kgf}

C 0r

18 300 17 700
19 400 18 700
33 000 29 500
35 000 30 500
62 000 48 500
56 000 44 500
64 000 49 000
98 000 71 500
90 000 65 500
19 100 19 400
20 200 20 500
35 000 33 000
37 000 34 500
70 500 58 000
63 500 52 500
73 000 58 500
111 000 82 000
102 000 75 500
26 500 26 300
28 100 27 800
44 000 41 500
47 000 43 000
76 500 63 500
69 000 58 000
79 500 64 500
125 000 93 500
114 000 86 000
26 900 27 700
28 600 29 300
45 000 43 500
48 000 45 500
76 000 64 500
68 500 58 500
83 000 70 000
136 000 106 000
125 000 97 500

Cr

C 0r

1 870 1 810
1 980 1 910
3 350 3 000
3 600 3 150
6 300 4 950
5 700 4 550
6 550 5 000
10 000 7 250
9 200 6 700
1 940 1 980
2 060 2 090
3 550 3 350
3 800 3 500
7 150 5 900
6 500 5 350
7 450 6 000
11 300 8 350
10 400 7 700
2 710 2 680
2 870 2 830
4 500 4 200
4 800 4 400
7 800 6 500
7 050 5 900
8 100 6 600
12 700 9 550
11 700 8 750
2 750 2 820
2 910 2 980
4 600 4 450
4 900 4 650
7 750 6 550
7 000 5 950
8 450 7 100
13 800 10 800
12 700 9 900

f0

16.5

15.7

14.4

16.7

15.9

14.6

16.4

15.7

14.6

16.6

15.9

14.8

Tandem
DT
Limiting
Speeds (1)
(rpm)
Grease
Oil

9 500
11 000
7 100
10 000
6 700
4 800
9 500
4 800
4 300
9 000
10 000
6 700
10 000
6 000
4 300
9 000
4 300
3 800
8 000
9 500
6 300
9 000
5 600
4 000
8 500
4 000
3 600
7 500
9 000
6 000
8 500
5 600
3 800
8 000
3 800
3 400

13 000
15 000
10 000
14 000
9 000
6 300
13 000
6 300
5 600
12 000
14 000
9 500
13 000
8 500
6 000
12 000
6 000
5 300
11 000
13 000
8 500
12 000
8 000
5 600
11 000
5 300
5 000
10 000
12 000
8 000
12 000
7 500
5 300
11 000
5 000
4 800

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)
(mm)

23.4
16.2
31.4
19.4
35.5
46.7
22.4
42.9
55.4
24.6
16.9
32.8
20.0
38.2
50.3
23.9
46.1
59.5
27.8
19.4
36.0
22.1
40.1
52.9
25.1
49.3
63.6
29.0
20.1
37.4
22.7
42.1
55.5
26.2
52.4
67.8

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

66
66
67
67
69
69
69
72
72
71
71
72
72
74
74
74
77
77
76
76
77
77
79
79
79
82
82
81
81
82
82
84
84
84
87
87

79
79
88
88
101
101
101
118
118
84
84
93
93
111
111
111
128
128
94
94
103
103
116
116
116
138
138
99
99
108
108
121
121
121
148
148

1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2

0.197
0.194
0.417
0.46
0.798
0.815
0.889
1.74
1.78
0.211
0.208
0.455
0.493
1.03
1.05
1.14
2.12
2.17
0.341
0.338
0.625
0.698
1.11
1.14
1.24
2.6
2.65
0.355
0.357
0.661
0.748
1.19
1.22
1.36
3.13
3.19

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 56

Bearing Numbers (2)

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

7912
7912
7012
7012
7212
7212
7212
7312
7312
7913
7913
7013
7013
7213
7213
7213
7313
7313
7914
7914
7014
7014
7214
7214
7214
7314
7314
7915
7915
7015
7015
7215
7215
7215
7315
7315

A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B

Note

Duplex

DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB

DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF

Cr
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT

29
31
53
57
100
91
104
159
146
31
33
56
60
114
103
119
180
166
43
45
71
76
124
112
129
203
186
44
46
73
78
123
112
134
221
202

800
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

35
37
59
61
97
89
98
143
131
39
41
65
68
116
105
117
164
151
52
55
82
86
127
116
129
187
172
55
58
87
91
129
117
140
212
195

500
500
000
500
500
000
500
000
000
000
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
500
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
500
500
500
000
000
000
000
000

Cr
3 050
3 200
5 450
5 800
10 200
9 300
10 600
16 200
14 900
3 150
3 350
5 750
6 150
11 600
10 500
12 100
18 400
16 900
4 400
4 650
7 300
7 750
12 600
11 500
13 200
20 700
19 000
4 450
4 750
7 450
7 950
12 600
11 400
13 700
22 500
20 600

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

C 0r
3 600
3 800
6 000
6 250
9 950
9 050
10 000
14 500
13 400
3 950
4 200
6 700
7 000
11 800
10 700
12 000
16 700
15 400
5 350
5 650
8 450
8 750
13 000
11 800
13 200
19 100
17 500
5 650
5 950
8 900
9 300
13 100
11 900
14 200
21 600
19 800

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

7
9
6
8
5
3
7
3
3
7
8
5
8
4
3
7
3
3
6
7
5
7
4
3
6
3
2
6
7
4
6
4
3
6
3
2

500
000
000
500
300
800
500
800
400
100
500
600
000
800
400
100
600
200
300
500
000
100
500
200
700
200
800
000
100
800
700
300
200
300
000
800

10
12
8
12
7
5
11
5
4
9
12
7
11
6
4
9
4
4
9
11
6
10
6
4
9
4
4
8
10
6
9
6
4
9
4
3

000
000
000
000
100
300
000
000
500
500
000
500
000
700
800
500
800
300
000
000
700
000
300
500
000
300
000
500
000
700
500
000
300
000
000
800

DB

46.8
32.4
62.7
38.8
71.1
93.3
44.8
85.9
110.7
49.1
33.8
65.6
40.1
76.4
100.6
47.8
92.2
119.0
55.6
38.8
72.0
44.1
80.3
105.8
50.1
98.5
127.3
58.0
40.1
74.8
45.4
84.2
111.0
52.4
104.8
135.6

a0

DF

20.8
6.4
26.7
2.8
27.1
49.3
0.8
23.9
48.7
23.1
7.8
29.6
4.1
30.4
54.6
1.8
26.2
53.0
23.6
6.8
32.0
4.1
32.3
57.8
2.1
28.5
57.3
26.0
8.1
34.8
5.4
34.2
61.0
2.4
30.8
61.6

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

min

max

65

66
66

67
67

70

71
71

72
72

75

76
76

77
77

80

81
81

82
82

80
80
90
90
104
104
104
123
123
85
85
95
95
114
114
114
133
133
95
95
105
105
119
119
119
143
143
100
100
110
110
124
124
124
153
153

rb (3)
max

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 57

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 80~95 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1
jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd a

jd b

jd a jDa

jD b

15

25
30
40

rb

ra

ra

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

ra

r1

a0

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

80 110
110
125
125
140
140
140
170
170
85 120
120
130
130
150
150
150
180
180
90 125
125
140
140
160
160
160
190
190
95 130
130
145
145
170
170
170
200
200

B
16
16
22
22
26
26
26
39
39
18
18
22
22
28
28
28
41
41
18
18
24
24
30
30
30
43
43
18
18
24
24
32
32
32
45
45

(N)

r1

min

min

1
1
1.1
1.1
2
2
2
2.1
2.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
2
2
2
3
3
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
3
3
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
3
3

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
0.6
0.6
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr
27 300
29 000
55 000
58 500
89 000
80 500
93 000
147 000
135 000
36 500
39 000
56 500
60 000
103 000
93 000
107 000
159 000
146 000
39 500
41 500
67 500
71 500
118 000
107 000
123 000
171 000
156 000
40 000
42 500
67 000
73 500
128 000
116 000
133 000
183 000
167 000

{kgf}

C 0r
29 000
30 500
53 000
55 500
76 000
69 500
77 500
119 000
109 000
38 500
40 500
56 000
58 500
89 000
81 000
90 500
133 000
122 000
43 500
46 000
66 500
69 000
103 000
94 000
105 000
147 000
135 000
45 500
48 000
67 000
73 000
111 000
101 000
112 000
162 000
149 000

Cr
2 790
2 960
5 650
6 000
9 100
8 200
9 450
15 000
13 800
3 750
3 950
5 750
6 150
10 500
9 500
10 900
16 200
14 800
4 000
4 250
6 850
7 300
12 000
10 900
12 500
17 400
15 900
4 050
4 300
6 800
7 500
13 000
11 800
13 500
18 600
17 100

C 0r
2 960
3 150
5 400
5 650
7 750
7 050
7 900
12 100
11 100
3 900
4 150
5 700
6 000
9 100
8 250
9 250
13 500
12 400
4 450
4 700
6 750
7 050
10 500
9 550
10 700
15 000
13 800
4 650
4 900
6 800
7 450
11 300
10 300
11 400
16 600
15 200

f0

16.7

15.7

14.7

16.5

15.9

14.7

16.6

15.7

14.6

16.7

15.9

14.6

Tandem
DT
Limiting
Speeds (1)
(rpm)
Grease
Oil

7 100
8 500
5 600
8 000
5 000
3 600
7 500
3 600
3 200
6 700
8 000
5 300
7 500
4 800
3 400
6 700
3 400
3 000
6 300
7 500
4 800
7 100
4 500
3 200
6 300
3 200
2 800
6 000
7 100
4 500
6 700
4 300
3 000
6 000
3 000
2 600

10 000
12 000
7 500
11 000
7 100
5 000
10 000
4 800
4 300
9 000
11 000
7 100
10 000
6 700
4 800
9 500
4 500
4 000
8 500
10 000
6 700
9 500
6 000
4 300
9 000
4 300
3 800
8 500
10 000
6 300
9 000
5 600
4 000
8 500
4 000
3 600

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)
(mm)

30.2
20.7
40.6
24.7
44.8
59.1
27.7
55.6
71.9
32.9
22.7
42.0
25.4
47.9
63.3
29.7
58.8
76.1
34.1
23.4
45.2
27.4
51.1
67.4
31.7
61.9
80.2
35.2
24.1
46.6
28.1
54.2
71.6
33.7
65.1
84.3

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

86
86
87
87
90
90
90
92
92
92
92
92
92
95
95
95
99
99
97
97
99
99
100
100
100
104
104
102
102
104
104
107
107
107
109
109

104
104
118
118
130
130
130
158
158
113
113
123
123
140
140
140
166
166
118
118
131
131
150
150
150
176
176
123
123
136
136
158
158
158
186
186

1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
1
1
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
1
1
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2.5
2.5

0.38
0.376
0.88
0.966
1.46
1.49
1.63
3.71
3.79
0.541
0.534
0.913
1.01
1.83
1.87
2.04
4.33
4.42
0.56
0.563
1.19
1.34
2.25
2.29
2.51
5.06
5.17
0.597
0.591
1.43
1.42
2.68
2.74
3.05
5.83
5.98

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 58

Bearing Numbers (2)

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

7916
7916
7016
7016
7216
7216
7216
7316
7316
7917
7917
7017
7017
7217
7217
7217
7317
7317
7918
7918
7018
7018
7218
7218
7218
7318
7318
7919
7919
7019
7019
7219
7219
7219
7319
7319

A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B
A5
C
A
C
A
B
C
A
B

Note

Duplex

DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB

DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF

Cr
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT

44
47
89
95
145
131
151
239
219
59
63
91
98
167
151
174
258
236
64
67
109
116
191
173
199
277
254
64
68
109
119
208
188
216
297
272

500
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

58
61
106
111
152
139
155
238
218
77
81
112
117
178
162
181
265
244
87
92
133
138
206
188
209
294
270
91
96
134
146
221
202
224
325
298

000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

Cr
4 550
4 800
9 150
9 700
14 700
13 300
15 400
24 400
22 400
6 100
6 450
9 350
9 950
17 100
15 400
17 800
26 300
24 100
6 500
6 900
11 200
11 900
19 500
17 700
20 300
28 300
25 900
6 600
7 000
11 100
12 200
21 200
19 200
22 000
30 500
27 700

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

C 0r
5 900
6 250
10 800
11 300
15 600
14 100
15 800
24 200
22 300
7 850
8 300
11 400
12 000
18 200
16 500
18 500
27 000
24 800
8 900
9 400
13 500
14 100
21 000
19 100
21 400
30 000
27 600
9 250
9 800
13 600
14 900
22 600
20 500
22 800
33 000
30 500

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

5
6
4
6
4
2
6
2
2
5
6
4
6
3
2
5
2
2
5
6
3
5
3
2
5
2
2
4
5
3
5
3
2
4
2
2

600
700
300
300
000
800
000
800
600
300
300
300
000
800
800
600
600
400
000
000
800
600
600
600
300
600
200
800
600
800
300
400
400
800
400
200

8
9
6
9
5
4
8
3
3
7
9
5
8
5
3
7
3
3
7
8
5
8
5
3
7
3
3
6
8
5
7
4
3
6
3
3

000
500
000
000
600
000
000
800
400
500
000
600
500
300
800
500
600
200
100
500
300
000
000
400
100
400
000
700
000
000
500
500
200
700
200
000

DB

60.3
41.5
81.2
49.4
89.5
118.3
55.5
111.2
143.9
65.8
45.5
84.1
50.8
95.8
126.6
59.5
117.5
152.2
68.1
46.8
90.4
54.8
102.2
134.9
63.5
123.8
160.5
70.5
48.1
93.3
56.1
108.5
143.2
67.5
130.2
168.7

a0

DF

28.3
9.5
37.2
5.4
37.5
66.3
3.5
33.2
65.9
29.8
9.5
40.1
6.8
39.8
70.6
3.5
35.5
70.2
32.1
10.8
42.4
6.8
42.2
74.9
3.5
37.8
74.5
34.5
12.1
45.3
8.1
44.5
79.2
3.5
40.2
78.7

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

min

max

85

86
86

87
87

90

91
91

92
92

96

96
96

97
97

102
102

102
102

105
105
120
120
134
134
134
163
163
115
115
125
125
144
144
144
173
173
120
120
134
134
154
154
154
183
183
125
125
139
139
163
163
163
193
193

rb (3)
max

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 59

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 100~120 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1
jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd a

jd b

jd a jDa

jD b

15

25
30
40

rb

ra

ra

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

ra

r1

a0

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

(N)

r1

min

min

100 140
140
150

20 1.1 0.6
20 1.1 0.6
24 1.5 1

150
180
180

24 1.5 1
34 2.1 1.1
34 2.1 1.1

180
215
215

34 2.1 1.1
47 3 1.1
47 3 1.1

105 145
145
160

20 1.1 0.6
20 1.1 0.6
26 2 1

160
190
190

26 2 1
36 2.1 1.1
36 2.1 1.1

190
225
225

36 2.1 1.1
49 3 1.1
49 3 1.1

110 150
150
170

20 1.1 0.6
20 1.1 0.6
28 2 1

170
200
200

28 2 1
38 2.1 1.1
38 2.1 1.1

200
240
240

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr

C 0r

f0

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

(mm)

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

Bearing Numbers (2)

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

Duplex

Cr

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

DB

a0

DF

approx

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

min

max

rb (3)
max

8 000
9 000
6 000

38.0 107
26.1 107
48.1 109

133
133
141

1
0.804
1
0.794
1.5 1.48

7920 A5 DB DF DT
7920 C DB DF DT
7020 A DB DF DT

77 000
81 500
111 000

103 000
108 000
141 000

7 850 10 500
8 300 11 100
11 300 14 400

4 500
5 300
3 600

6 300
7 500
5 000

76.0
52.2
96.2

36.0
12.2
48.2

135
135
144

0.6
0.6
1

75 500 77 000
144 000 126 000
130 000 114 000

7 700 7 900 16.0


14 700 12 800
13 300 11 700

6 300
4 000
2 800

9 000
5 300
3 800

28.7 109
57.4 112
75.7 112

141
168
168

1.5 1.46
2
3.22
2
3.28

7020 C
7220 A
7220 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

122 000
233 000
212 000

154 000
251 000
229 000

12 500 15 800
23 800 25 600
21 600 23 300

5 300
3 200
2 200

7 100
4 300
3 000

57.5
114.8
151.5

9.5
46.8
83.5

107
107

144
173
173

1
1
1

149 000 127 000


207 000 193 000
190 000 178 000

15 200 12 900 14.5


21 100 19 700
19 400 18 100

5 600
2 800
2 400

8 000
3 800
3 400

35.7 112
69.0 114
89.6 114

168
201
201

2
3.65
2.5 7.29
2.5 7.43

7220 C
7320 A
7320 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

242 000
335 000
310 000

254 000
385 000
355 000

24 700 25 900
34 500 39 500
31 500 36 000

4 500
2 200
2 000

6 300
3 000
2 800

71.5
137.9
179.2

3.5
43.9
85.2

107
107

173
208
208

1
1
1

5 500
5 800 16.6
8 350

5 600
6 300
4 300

7 500
9 000
5 600

39.2 112
26.7 112
51.2 115

138
138
150

1
1
2

0.82
0.826
1.84

7921 A5 DB DF DT
7921 C DB DF DT
7021 A DB DF DT

78 500
83 000
130 000

108 000
114 000
163 000

8 000 11 000
8 450 11 600
13 300 16 700

4 300
5 300
3 400

6 000
7 100
4 500

78.3
53.5
102.5

38.3
13.5
50.5

140
140
154

0.6
0.6
1

88 000 89 500
157 000 142 000
142 000 129 000

9 000 9 100 15.9


16 000 14 400
14 500 13 100

6 000
3 800
2 600

8 500
5 000
3 600

30.7 115
60.6 117
79.9 117

150
178
178

2
2
2

1.82
3.84
3.92

7021 C
7221 A
7221 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

143 000
254 000
231 000

179 000
283 000
258 000

14 600 18 200
25 900 28 900
23 500 26 300

4 800
3 000
2 200

6 700
4 000
3 000

61.5
121.2
159.8

9.5
49.2
87.8

112
112

154
183
183

1
1
1

162 000 143 000


208 000 193 000
191 000 177 000

16 600 14 600 14.5


21 200 19 700
19 400 18 100

5 300
2 600
2 400

7 500
3 600
3 200

37.7 117
72.1 119
93.7 119

178
211
211

2
4.33
2.5 9.34
2.5 9.43

7221 C
7321 A
7321 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

264 000
335 000
310 000

286 000
385 000
355 000

26 900 29 100
34 500 39 500
31 500 36 000

4 300
2 200
1 900

6 000
2 800
2 600

75.5
144.3
187.4

3.5
46.3
89.4

183
218
218

1
1
1

5 750
6 050 16.7
9 700

5 300
6 300
4 000

7 100
8 500
5 300

40.3 117
27.4 117
54.4 120

143
143
160

1
1
2

0.877
0.867
2.28

7922 A5 DB DF DT
7922 C DB DF DT
7022 A DB DF DT

79 500
84 500
157 000

112 000
119 000
191 000

8 100 11 500
8 600 12 100
16 000 19 400

4 300
5 000
3 200

5 600
6 700
4 300

80.6
54.8
108.8

40.6
14.8
52.8

145
145
164

0.6
0.6
1

106 000 104 000


170 000 158 000
154 000 144 000

10 800 10 600 15.6


17 300 16 100
15 700 14 700

5 600
3 600
2 600

8 000
4 800
3 400

32.7 120
63.7 122
84.0 122

160
188
188

2
2
2

2.26
4.49
4.58

7022 C
7222 A
7222 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

172 000
276 000
250 000

208 000
315 000
289 000

17 600 21 200
28 100 32 500
25 500 29 400

4 500
2 800
2 000

6 300
4 000
2 800

65.5
127.5
168.1

9.5
51.5
92.1

117
117

164
193
193

1
1
1

38 2.1 1.1
50 3 1.1
50 3 1.1

176 000 160 000


220 000 215 000
201 000 197 000

17 900 16 300 14.5


22 500 21 900
20 500 20 100

5 000
2 600
2 200

7 100
3 400
3 000

39.8 122
75.5 124
98.4 124

188
226
226

2
5.1
2.5 11.1
2.5 11.2

7222 C
7322 A
7322 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

286 000
360 000
325 000

320 000
430 000
395 000

29 200 32 500
36 500 44 000
33 500 40 000

4 000
2 000
1 800

5 600
2 600
2 400

79.5
151.0
196.8

3.5
51.0
96.8

193
233
233

1
1
1

120 165
165
180

22 1.1 0.6
22 1.1 0.6
28 2 1

67 500 77 000
72 000 81 000
102 000 107 000

6 900 7 850
7 300 8 300 16.5
10 400 10 900

4 800
5 600
3 600

6 300
7 500
5 000

44.2 127
30.1 127
57.3 130

158
158
170

1
1
2

1.15
1.15
2.45

7924 A5 DB DF DT
7924 C DB DF DT
7024 A DB DF DT

110 000
117 000
166 000

154 000
162 000
213 000

11 200 15 700
11 900 16 600
16 900 21 700

3 800
4 500
3 000

5 300
6 300
4 000

88.5
60.2
114.6

44.5
16.2
58.6

160
160
174

0.6
0.6
1

215
215

40 2.1 1.1
40 2.1 1.1

183 000 177 000


165 000 162 000

18 600 18 100
16 900 16 500

3 200
2 400

4 500
3 200

68.3 132
90.3 132

203
203

2
2

6.22
6.26

7224 A
7224 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

297 000
269 000

355 000
325 000

30 500 36 000
27 400 33 000

2 600
1 900

3 600
2 600

136.7
180.5

56.7
100.5

208
208

1
1

260
260

55 3
55 3

246 000 252 000


225 000 231 000

25 100 25 700
23 000 23 600

2 200
2 000

3 000 82.3 134


2 800 107.2 134

246
246

2.5 14.5
2.5 14.4

7324 A
7324 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

400 000
365 000

505 000
460 000

41 000 51 500
37 500 47 000

1 800
1 600

2 400
2 200

164.7
214.4

54.7
104.4

253
253

1
1

49 000
52 000
96 500

54 000
57 000
81 500

56 000
59 500
95 500

4 850
5 100
6 950

C 0r

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

5 600
6 700
4 500

48 000
51 000
80 000

51 500
54 000
70 500

Cr

Limiting
Speeds (1)

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

5 250
5 550 16.5
7 200

1.1
1.1

47 500
50 000
68 500

{kgf}

Tandem
DT

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

4 900
5 200
8 150

5 000
5 300
9 850

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 60

Note

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 61

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 130~170 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1

ra

ra

jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd b

jd a jDa

jDb

25
30
40

ra

ra
jda

15

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

a0

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

130 180
180
200

(N)

r1

min

min

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

f0

Tandem
DT
Limiting
Speeds (1)
(rpm)
Grease
Oil

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)
(mm)

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

Duplex

Cr

Cr

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

C 0r

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

DB

a0

DF

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

rb (3)

min

max

max

24 1.5 1
24 1.5 1
33 2 1

74 000 86 000
78 500 91 000
117 000 125 000

7 550 8 750
8 000 9 250 16.5
12 000 12 800

4 300
5 000
3 400

6 000
7 100
4 500

48.1 139
32.8 139
64.1 140

171
171
190

1.5
1.5
2

1.54
1.5
3.68

7926 A5 DB DF DT
7926 C DB DF DT
7026 A DB DF DT

120 000
128 000
191 000

172 000
182 000
251 000

12 300 17 500
13 000 18 500
19 400 25 600

3 400
4 000
2 600

4 800
5 600
3 600

96.3
65.5
128.3

48.3
17.5
62.3

174
174
194

1
1
1

230
230

40 3
40 3

1.1
1.1

189 000 193 000


171 000 175 000

19 300 19 600
17 400 17 800

2 400
2 200

3 200
3 000

72.0 144
95.5 144

216
216

2.5
2.5

7.06
7.1

7226 A
7226 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

310 000
278 000

385 000
350 000

31 500 39 500
28 300 35 500

1 900
1 700

2 600
2 400

143.9
191.0

63.9
111.0

223
223

1
1

280
280

58 4
58 4

1.5
1.5

273 000 293 000


250 000 268 000

27 900 29 800
25 500 27 400

2 200
1 900

2 800 88.2 148


2 600 115.0 148

262
262

3
3

7326 A
7326 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

445 000
405 000

585 000
535 000

45 500 59 500
41 500 54 500

1 700
1 500

2 200
2 000

176.3
230.0

60.3
114.0

271
271

1.5
1.5

24 1.5 1
24 1.5 1
33 2 1

75 000 90 000
79 500 95 500
120 000 133 000

7 650 9 200
8 100 9 700 16.7
12 200 13 500

4 000
4 800
3 200

5 600
6 700
4 300

50.5 149
34.1 149
67.0 150

181
181
200

1.5
1.5
2

1.63
1.63
3.9

7928 A5 DB DF DT
7928 C DB DF DT
7028 A DB DF DT

122 000
129 000
194 000

180 000
191 000
265 000

12 400 18 400
13 200 19 400
19 800 27 000

3 200
3 800
2 600

4 500
5 300
3 400

100.9
68.2
134.0

52.9
20.2
68.0

184
184
204

1
1
1

250
250

42 3
42 3

1.1
1.1

218 000 234 000


197 000 213 000

22 300 23 900
20 100 21 700

2 200
2 000

3 000 77.3 154


2 800 102.8 154

236
236

2.5
2.5

8.92
8.94

7228 A
7228 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

355 000
320 000

470 000
425 000

36 000 48 000
32 500 43 500

1 800
1 600

2 400
2 200

154.6
205.6

70.6
121.6

243
243

1
1

300
300

62 4
62 4

1.5
1.5

300 000 335 000


275 000 310 000

30 500 34 500
28 100 31 500

2 000
1 700

2 600 94.5 158


2 400 123.3 158

282
282

3
3

7328 A
7328 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

490 000
445 000

670 000
615 000

50 000 68 500
45 500 63 000

1 600
1 400

2 000
1 900

189.0
246.6

65.0
122.6

291
291

1.5
1.5

28 2 1
28 2 1
35 2.1 1.1

96 500 115 000


102 000 122 000
137 000 154 000

9 850 11 800
10 400 12 400 16.6
14 000 15 700

3 800
4 300
2 400

5 000
6 000
3 000

56.0 160
38.1 160
71.6 162

200
200
213

2
2
2

7930 A5 DB DF DT
7930 C DB DF DT
7030 A DB DF DT

157 000
166 000
222 000

231 000
244 000
305 000

16 000 23 500
16 900 24 900
22 700 31 500

3 000
3 600
1 900

4 000
4 800
2 400

112.0
76.2
143.3

56.0
20.2
73.3

204
204
218

1
1
1

270
270

45 3
45 3

1.1
1.1

248 000 280 000


225 000 254 000

25 300 28 500
22 900 25 900

2 000
1 800

2 800 83.1 164


2 600 110.6 164

256
256

2.5 11.2
2.5 11.2

7230 A
7230 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

405 000
365 000

560 000
510 000

41 000 57 000
37 000 52 000

1 600
1 500

2 200
2 000

166.3
221.2

76.3
131.2

263
263

1
1

320
320

65 4
65 4

1.5
1.5

315 000 370 000


289 000 340 000

32 500 38 000
29 400 34 500

1 800
1 600

2 400 100.3 168


2 200 131.1 168

302
302

3
3

7330 A
7330 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT

515 000
470 000

745 000
680 000

52 500 75 500
48 000 69 500

1 500
1 300

1 900
1 800

200.7
262.2

70.7
132.2

311
311

1.5
1.5

28 2 1
38 2.1 1.1
48 3 1.1

106 000 133 000


155 000 176 000
263 000 305 000

10 800 13 500 16.7


15 800 18 000
26 800 31 500

3 800
2 200
1 900

5 000
2 800
2 600

39.4 170
76.7 172
89.0 174

210
228
276

2
3.1
2
5.77
2.5 14.1

7932 C
7032 A
7232 A

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

173 000
252 000
425 000

265 000
355 000
615 000

17 600 27 000
25 700 36 000
43 500 62 500

3 000
1 700
1 500

4 000
2 400
2 000

78.9
153.5
177.9

22.9
77.5
81.9

214
233
283

1
1
1

48 3
68 4
68 4

1.1
1.5
1.5

238 000 279 000


345 000 420 000
315 000 385 000

24 200 28 400
35 500 43 000
32 000 39 500

1 700
1 700
1 500

2 400 118.4 174


2 200 106.2 178
2 000 138.9 178

276
322
322

2.5 14.2
3
30.7
3
30.8

7232 B
7332 A
7332 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

385 000
565 000
515 000

555 000
845 000
770 000

39 500 57 000
57 500 86 000
52 500 78 500

1 400
1 400
1 200

1 900
1 800
1 700

236.8
212.3
277.8

140.8
76.3
141.8

283
331
331

1
1.5
1.5

28 2 1
42 2.1 1.1
52 4 1.5

113 000 148 000


186 000 214 000
295 000 360 000

11 500 15 100 16.8


19 000 21 900
30 000 36 500

3 600
2 000
1 800

4 800
2 600
2 400

40.8 180
83.1 182
95.3 188

220
248
292

2
2
3

3.36
7.9
17.3

7934 C
7034 A
7234 A

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

183 000
300 000
480 000

297 000
430 000
715 000

18 700 30 000
31 000 43 500
49 000 73 000

2 800
1 600
1 400

3 800
2 200
1 900

81.6
166.1
190.6

25.6
82.1
86.6

224
253
301

1
1
1.5

52 4
72 4
72 4

266 000 325 000


390 000 485 000
355 000 445 000

27 200 33 000
39 500 49 500
36 000 45 500

1 600
1 600
1 400

2 200 126.7 188


2 200 112.5 188
2 000 147.2 188

292
342
342

3
3
3

17.6
35.8
35.6

7234 B
7334 A
7334 B

DB DF DT
DB DF DT
DB DF DT

435 000
630 000
575 000

650 000
970 000
890 000

44 000 66 500
64 500 99 000
59 000 90 500

1 300
1 300
1 100

1 700
1 700
1 600

253.4
225.0
294.3

149.4
81.0
150.3

301
351
351

1.5
1.5
1.5

140 190
190
210

150 210
210
225

160 220
240
290
290
340
340
170 230
260
310
310
360
360

1.5
1.5
1.5

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 62

Bearing Numbers (2)

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

17.5
17.6

21.4
21.6
2.97
2.96
4.75

26
25.9

Note

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 63

ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Dynamic Equivalent Load P = X Fr +Y Fa

SINGLE/MATCHED MOUNTINGS
Bore Diameter 180~200 mm
B

Contact i f0 Fa*
Angle Cor

2B

2B

2B

r1

ra

ra

jD

jd

jDa

a0

jd b

jd a jDa

jDb

25
30
40

ra

ra
jda

15

0.178
0.357
0.714
1.07
1.43
2.14
3.57
5.35

ra

rb

a0

Single, DT
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
0
0.44 1.47
1
0
0.44 1.40
1
0
0.44 1.30
1
0
0.44 1.23
1
0
0.44 1.19
1
0
0.44 1.12
1
0
0.44 1.02
1
0
0.44 1.00
1
0
0.41 0.87
1
0
0.39 0.76
1
0
0.35 0.57

e
0.38
0.40
0.43
0.46
0.47
0.50
0.55
0.56
0.68
0.80
1.14

DB or DF
Fa/Fre
Fa/Fr>e
X
Y
X
Y
1
1.65 0.72 2.39
1
1.57 0.72 2.28
1
1.46 0.72 2.11
1
1.38 0.72 2.00
1
1.34 0.72 1.93
1
1.26 0.72 1.82
1
1.14 0.72 1.66
1
1.12 0.72 1.63
1
0.92 0.67 1.41
1
0.78 0.63 1.24
1
0.55 0.57 0.93

* For i , use 2 for DB, DF and 1 for DT

Static Equivalent Load P0= X 0Fr +Y 0Fa


Contact
Angle
15
25
30
40

a
Single

Back-to-Back
DB

Boundary Dimensions

180 250
280
320
320
380
380
190 260
290
340
340
400
400
200 280
310
360
360
420
420

B
33
46
52
52
75
75
33
46
55
55
78
78
38
51
58
58
80
80

(N)

r1

min

min

2
2.1
4
4
4
4
2
2.1
4
4
5
5
2.1
2.1
4
4
5
5

1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
2
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
2

Factor

Basic Load Ratings (Single)

(mm)

Face-to-Face
DF

Cr
145 000
207 000
305 000
276 000
410 000
375 000
147 000
224 000
315 000
284 000
450 000
410 000
189 000
240 000
335 000
305 000
475 000
430 000

{kgf}

C 0r
184 000
252 000
385 000
350 000
535 000
490 000
192 000
280 000
410 000
375 000
600 000
550 000
244 000
310 000
450 000
410 000
660 000
600 000

Cr
14 800
21 100
31 000
28 100
41 500
38 000
15 000
22 800
32 000
28 900
46 000
42 000
19 300
24 500
34 500
31 000
48 500
44 000

C 0r

f0

18 800 16.6
25 700
39 000
35 500
54 500
50 000
19 600 16.7
28 600
42 000
38 000
61 000
56 000
24 900 16.5
31 500
46 000
41 500
67 000
61 500

Tandem
DT
Limiting
Speeds (1)
(rpm)
Grease
Oil

3 200
1 900
1 700
1 500
1 500
1 300
3 000
1 800
1 600
1 400
1 400
1 300
2 800
1 700
1 500
1 300
1 300
1 200

4 500
2 400
2 200
2 000
2 000
1 800
4 300
2 400
2 200
2 000
1 900
1 700
4 000
2 200
2 000
1 800
1 800
1 600

Eff.Load Abutment and Fillet Mass


Centers Dimensions (mm)
(kg)
(mm)

45.3
89.4
98.2
130.9
118.3
155.0
46.6
92.3
104.0
138.7
124.2
162.8
51.2
99.1
109.8
146.5
129.5
170.1

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

190
192
198
198
198
198
200
202
208
208
212
212
212
212
218
218
222
222

240
268
302
302
362
362
250
278
322
322
378
378
268
298
342
342
398
398

2
2
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
4
4
2
2
3
3
4
4

4.9
10.5
18.1
18.4
42.1
42.6
4.98
11.3
22.4
22.5
47.5
47.2
6.85
13.7
26.5
26.6
54.4
55.3

Notes (1) For applications operating near the limiting speed, refer to Page B49.
(2) The suffixes A, A5, B, and C represent contact angles of 30, 25, 40, and 15 respectively.

B 64

Bearing Numbers (2)

Basic Load Ratings (Matched)


(N)

Single

7936
7036
7236
7236
7336
7336
7938
7038
7238
7238
7338
7338
7940
7040
7240
7240
7340
7340

C
A
A
B
A
B
C
A
A
B
A
B
C
A
A
B
A
B

Note

Duplex

DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB
DB

DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF
DF

Cr
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT
DT

236
335
495
450
665
605
239
365
510
460
730
670
305
390
550
495
770
700

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

1
1

1
1

370
505
770
700
070
975
385
560
825
750
200
100
490
620
900
815
320
200

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

Cr
24 000
34 500
50 500
45 500
68 000
62 000
24 400
37 000
52 000
47 000
74 500
68 000
31 500
40 000
56 000
50 500
78 500
71 500

DB or DF
X0
1
1
1
1

Y0
0.92
0.76
0.66
0.52

Limiting
Load Center
Speeds (1) (Matched) Spacings (mm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Single, DT
X0
Y0
0.5
0.46
0.5
0.38
0.5
0.33
0.5
0.26

C 0r
37 500
51 500
78 500
71 000
109 000
99 500
39 000
57 000
84 000
76 000
122 000
112 000
50 000
63 500
92 000
83 000
134 000
123 000

(rpm)
Grease
Oil

2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1

600
500
400
200
200
100
400
400
300
100
100
000
200
300
200
100
100
950

3
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1

600
000
800
700
600
500
400
900
700
600
500
400
200
800
600
500
400
300

DB

90.6
178.8
196.3
261.8
236.6
309.9
93.3
184.6
208.0
277.3
248.3
325.5
102.3
198.2
219.6
292.9
259.0
340.1

a0

DF

24.6
86.8
92.3
157.8
86.6
159.9
27.3
92.6
98.0
167.3
92.3
169.5
26.3
96.2
103.6
176.9
99.0
180.1

Single or DT
mounting
When

F r >0.5F r +Y 0 F a
use P0=Fr

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

db (3)

Db

min

max

244
273
311
311
371
371
254
283
331
331
390
390
273
303
351
351
410
410

rb (3)
max

1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
1
1.5
1.5
2
2
1
1
1.5
1.5
2
2

(3) For bearings marked in the column for db, db and rb for shafts are da (min) and ra (max) respectively.

B 65

DOUBLE-ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

10~85 mm

B
ra

Dynamic Equivalent Load

P = X Fr +Y Fa

ra

jD

jDa

jd

jd a

Fa/ Fre

Fa/ Fr>e

a0

0.92 0.67 1.41 0.68

Static Equivalent Load

P0 = Fr +0 . 7 6 Fa

Boundary Dimensions

Limiting Speeds

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

Cr

(rpm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

Grease

Oil

Bearing
Numbers

Load Center
Spacings
(mm)

a0

min

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

Mass
(kg)

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

10
12

30
32

14.3
15.9

0.6
0.6

7 150
10 500

3 900
5 800

730
1 070

400
590

17 000
15 000

22 000
20 000

5200
5201

14.5
16.7

15
17

25
27

0.6
0.6

0.050
0.060

15

35
42

15.9
19

0.6
1

11 700
17 600

7 050
10 200

1 190
1 800

715
1 040

13 000
11 000

17 000
15 000

5202
5302

18.3
22.0

20
21

30
36

0.6
1

0.070
0.11

17

40
47

17.5
22.2

0.6
1

14 600
21 000

9 050
12 600

1 490
2 140

920
1 280

11 000
10 000

15 000
13 000

5203
5303

20.8
25.0

22
23

35
41

0.6
1

0.090
0.14

20

47
52

20.6
22.2

1
1.1

19 600
24 600

12 400
15 000

2 000
2 510

1 270
1 530

10 000
9 000

13 000
12 000

5204
5304

24.3
26.7

26
27

41
45

1
1

0.12
0.23

25

52
62

20.6
25.4

1
1.1

21 300
32 500

14 700
20 700

2 170
3 350

1 500
2 110

8 500
7 500

11 000
10 000

5205
5305

26.8
31.8

31
32

46
55

1
1

0.19
0.34

30

62
72

23.8
30.2

1
1.1

29 600
40 500

21 100
28 100

3 000
4 150

2 150
2 870

7 100
6 300

9 500
8 500

5206
5306

31.6
36.5

36
37

56
65

1
1

0.29
0.51

35

72
80

27
34.9

1.1
1.5

39 000
51 000

28 700
36 000

4 000
5 200

2 920
3 700

6 300
5 600

8 000
7 500

5207
5307

36.6
41.6

42
44

65
71

1
1.5

0.43
0.79

40

80
90

30.2
36.5

1.1
1.5

44 000
56 500

33 500
41 000

4 500
5 800

3 400
4 200

5 600
5 300

7 100
6 700

5208
5308

41.5
45.5

47
49

73
81

1
1.5

0.57
1.05

45

85
100

30.2
39.7

1.1
1.5

49 500
68 500

38 000
51 000

5 050
7 000

3 900
5 200

5 000
4 500

6 700
6 000

5209
5309

43.4
50.6

52
54

78
91

1
1.5

0.62
1.4

50

90
110

30.2
44.4

1.1
2

53 000
81 500

43 500
61 500

5 400
8 300

4 400
6 250

4 800
4 300

6 000
5 600

5210
5310

45.9
55.6

57
60

83
100

1
2

0.67
1.95

55

100
120

33.3
49.2

1.5
2

56 000
95 000

49 000
73 000

5 700
9 700

5 000
7 450

4 300
3 800

5 600
5 000

5211
5311

50.1
60.6

64
65

91
110

1.5
2

0.96
2.3

60

110
130

36.5
54

1.5
2.1

69 000
125 000

62 000
98 500

7 050 6 300
12 800 10 000

3 800
3 400

5 000
4 500

5212
5312

56.5
69.2

69
72

101
118

1.5
2

1.35
3.15

65

120
140

38.1
58.7

1.5
2.1

76 500
142 000

69 000
113 000

7 800 7 050
14 500 11 500

3 600
3 200

4 500
4 300

5213
5313

59.7
72.8

74
77

111
128

1.5
2

1.65
3.85

70

125
150

39.7
63.5

1.5
2.1

94 000
159 000

82 000
128 000

9 600 8 400
16 200 13 100

3 400
3 000

4 500
3 800

5214
5314

63.8
78.3

79
82

116
138

1.5
2

1.8
4.9

75
80
85

130
140
150

41.3
44.4
49.2

1.5
2
2

93 500
99 000
116 000

83 000
93 000
110 000

9 550 8 500
10 100 9 500
11 800 11 200

3 200
3 000
2 800

4 300
3 800
3 600

5215
5216
5217

66.1
69.6
75.3

84
90
95

121
130
140

1.5
2
2

1.9
2.5
3.4

B 66

B 67

FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

30~95 mm
B

ra

r
r

ra
Dynamic Equivalent Load

jD

jDa

jd

Pa = Fa

jd a

Static Equivalent Load

P0a = Fa

a0

Boundary Dimensions

Limiting Speeds

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

30

62
72

16
19

35

72
80

40

(rpm)

{kgf}

Bearing
Numbers

Load Center
Spacings
(mm)

Mass

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

ra

min

max

max

36
37

56
65

1
1

0.24
0.42

42
44

65
71

1
1.5

0.35
0.57

42.0
45.5

47
49

73
81

1
1.5

0.45
0.78

209
309

45.5
50.8

52
54

78
91

1
1.5

0.52
1.05

QJ
QJ

210
310

49.0
56.0

57
60

83
100

1
2

0.59
1.35

7 100
6 300

QJ
QJ

211
311

54.3
61.3

64
65

91
110

1.5
2

0.77
1.75

4 800
4 300

6 300
5 600

QJ
QJ

212
312

59.5
66.5

69
72

101
118

1.5
2

0.98
2.15

18 300
25 500

4 300
3 800

6 000
5 300

QJ
QJ

213
313

64.8
71.8

74
77

111
128

1.5
2

1.2
2.7

10 800
17 500

20 100
29 100

4 000
3 600

5 600
5 000

QJ
QJ

214
314

68.3
77.0

79
82

116
138

1.5
2

1.3
3.18

212 000
320 000

11 200
19 100

21 700
33 000

3 800
3 400

5 300
4 800

QJ
QJ

215
315

71.8
82.3

84
87

121
148

1.5
2

1.5
3.9

77 000
124 000
202 000

167 000
236 000
360 000

7 850
12 600
20 600

17 000
24 100
37 000

3 800
3 600
3 200

5 300
5 000
4 300

QJ 1016
QJ 216
QJ 316

71.8
77.0
87.5

87
90
92

118
130
158

1
2
2

1.05
1.85
4.6

1.1
2
3

79 000
143 000
218 000

176 000
276 000
405 000

8 050
14 600
22 300

18 000
28 200
41 000

3 800
3 400
3 000

5 000
4 800
4 000

QJ 1017
QJ 217
QJ 317

75.3
82.3
92.8

92
95
99

123
140
166

1
2
2.5

1.1
2.2
5.34

24
30
43

1.5
2
3

94 000
164 000
235 000

208 000
320 000
450 000

9 600
16 700
23 900

21 200
32 500
45 500

3 400
3 200
2 800

4 800
4 300
3 800

QJ 1018
QJ 218
QJ 318

80.5
87.5
98.0

99
100
104

131
150
176

1.5
2
2.5

1.45
2.75
6.4

24
32
45

1.5
2.1
3

96 500
177 000
251 000

220 000
340 000
495 000

9 800
18 000
25 600

22 500
35 000
50 500

3 400
3 000
2 600

4 500
4 000
3 600

QJ 1019
QJ 219
QJ 319

84.0
92.8
103.3

104
107
109

136
158
186

1.5
2
2.5

1.5
3.35
7.4

C 0a

Ca

C 0a

Grease

1
1.1

31 000
46 000

45 000
63 000

3 150
4 700

4 600
6 450

8 500
8 000

12 000
11 000

QJ
QJ

206
306

32.2
35.7

17
21

1.1
1.5

41 000
55 000

61 500
80 000

4 200
5 600

6 250
8 150

7 500
7 100

10 000
9 500

QJ
QJ

207
307

37.5
40.3

80
90

18
23

1.1
1.5

49 000
67 000

77 500
100 000

5 000
6 850

7 900
10 200

6 700
6 300

9 000
8 500

QJ
QJ

208
308

45

85
100

19
25

1.1
1.5

55 000
87 500

88 500
133 000

5 600
8 900

9 000
13 500

6 300
5 600

8 500
7 500

QJ
QJ

50

90
110

20
27

1.1
2

57 000
102 000

97 000
159 000

5 850
10 400

9 900
16 200

5 600
5 000

8 000
6 700

55

100
120

21
29

1.5
2

71 000
118 000

122 000
187 000

7 200
12 000

12 500
19 100

5 300
4 500

60

110
130

22
31

1.5
2.1

85 500
135 000

150 000
217 000

8 750
13 800

15 300
22 200

65

120
140

23
33

1.5
2.1

97 500
153 000

179 000
250 000

9 950
15 600

70

125
150

24
35

1.5
2.1

106 000
172 000

197 000
285 000

75

130
160

25
37

1.5
2.1

110 000
187 000

80

125
140
170

22
26
39

1.1
2
2.1

85

130
150
180

22
28
41

90

140
160
190

95

145
170
200

min

da

(kg)

Da

Oil

a0

Ca

approx

Remarks When using four-point contact ball bearings, please contact NSK.

B 68

B 69

FOUR-POINT CONTACT BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

100~200 mm
B

ra

r
r

ra
Dynamic Equivalent Load

jD

jDa

jd

Pa = Fa

jd a

Static Equivalent Load

P0a = Fa

a0

Boundary Dimensions

Limiting Speeds

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

100

150
180
215
160
190
225
170
200
240
180
215
260
200
230
280
210
250
300
225
270
320
240
290
340
260
310
360
280
320
380
290
340
400
310
360
420

24
34
47
26
36
49
28
38
50
28
40
55
33
40
58
33
42
62
35
45
65
38
48
68
42
52
72
46
52
75
46
55
78
51
58
80

1.5
2.1
3
2
2.1
3
2
2.1
3
2
2.1
3
2
3
4
2
3
4
2.1
3
4
2.1
3
4
2.1
4
4
2.1
4
4
2.1
4
5
2.1
4
5

Ca

(rpm)

{kgf}

C 0a

Ca

C 0a

10 000
20 300
31 000
11 800
22 100
31 000
14 200
24 000
32 500
15 000
27 000
36 500
17 300
28 000
40 500
17 600
32 000
44 500
20 100
36 500
47 000
22 800
39 000
51 500
27 300
43 500
57 500
30 500
45 000
60 500
33 000
46 500
67 000
35 500
49 500
70 500

23 700
39 500
65 500
27 400
44 500
65 500
32 000
50 000
72 500
36 000
60 000
85 500
42 000
65 000
99 000
44 500
79 000
114 000
51 500
94 500
125 000
59 000
103 000
143 000
72 000
121 000
164 000
84 500
130 000
180 000
94 000
139 000
202 000
104 000
151 000
222 000

Grease

Oil

Bearing
Numbers

Load Center
Spacings
(mm)

a0

min

105
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200

98
199
300
115
217
305
139
235
320
147
265
360
169
274
400
172
315
440
197
360
460
224
380
505
268
425
565
299
440
595
325
455
655
345
490
690

500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

232
390
640
269
435
640
315
490
710
350
585
835
415
635
970
435
775
110
505
925
230
580
010
400
705
180
610
830
270
770
925
360
980
020
480
180

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

3
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

200
800
400
000
600
400
800
600
200
600
400
000
400
200
900
200
000
700
000
800
600
900
700
500
800
600
400
700
500
300
600
400
300
500
300
200

4
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1

300
800
400
000
600
200
800
400
000
600
200
800
200
000
600
000
800
400
800
600
200
600
400
000
400
200
000
200
000
800
200
000
700
000
800
600

QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ
QJ

1020
220
320
1021
221
321
1022
222
322
1024
224
324
1026
226
326
1028
228
328
1030
230
330
1032
232
332
1034
234
334
1036
236
336
1038
238
338
1040
240
340

87.5
98.0
110.3
92.8
103.3
115.5
98.0
108.5
122.5
105.0
117.3
133.0
115.5
126.0
143.5
122.5
136.5
154.0
131.3
147.0
164.5
140.0
157.5
175.1
150.5
168.0
185.6
161.0
175.1
196.1
168.0
185.6
206.6
178.6
196.1
217.1

Mass

Abutment and Fillet


Dimensions (mm)

da

(kg)

Da

ra

min

max

max

approx

109
112
114
115
117
119
120
122
124
130
132
134
140
144
148
150
154
158
162
164
168
172
174
178
182
188
188
192
198
198
202
208
212
212
218
222

141
168
201
150
178
211
160
188
226
170
203
246
190
216
262
200
236
282
213
256
302
228
276
322
248
292
342
268
302
362
278
322
378
298
342
398

1.5
2
2.5
2
2
2.5
2
2
2.5
2
2
2.5
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
4
2
3
4

1.6
4.0
9.3
2.0
4.7
10.5
2.5
5.6
12.5
2.65
6.9
15.4
4.0
7.7
19
4.3
9.8
24
5.2
12
29
6.4
15
31
8.6
19.5
41
11
20.5
48
11.5
23
54.5
15
27
61.5

Remarks When using four-point contact ball bearings, please contact NSK.

B 70

B 71

SELF-ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS


SELF-ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS

Bore Diameter 5~110mmPages B74~B79

DESIGN, TYPES, AND FEATURES


The outer ring has a spherical raceway and its center of curvature
coincides with that of the bearing; therefore, the axis of the inner ring, balls
and cage can deflect to some extent around the bearing center. This type is
recommended when the alignment of the shaft and housing is difficult and
when the shaft may bend. Since the contact angle is small, the axial load
capacity is low.
Pressed steel cages are usually used.

PROTRUSION AMOUNT OF BALLS


Among self-aligning ball bearings, there are some in which the balls
protrude from the side face as shown below. This protrusion amount b1 is
listed in the following table.
b1 (mm)

Bearing No.

b1

2222(K), 2316(K)

0.5

2319(K), 2320(K)
2321 , 2322(K)

0.5

1318(K)

1.5

1319(K)

1320(K), 1321
1322(K)

TOLERANCES AND RUNNING


ACCURACY Table 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)
RECOMMENDED FITS Table 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)

INTERNAL CLEARANCE Table 9.12 (Page A90)


PERMISSIBLE MISALIGNMENT
The permissible misalignment of self-aligning ball bearings is
approximately 0.07 to 0.12 radian (4 to 7) under normal loads. However,
depending on the surrounding structure, such an angle may not be
possible. Use care in the structural design.
B 72

B 73

SELF-ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

5~30 mm
B

B
r

ra

r
ra
jD

jd

jD

Dynamic Equivalent Load

P = X Fr +Y Fa

jd

jD a

jda

Fa/ Fre

Fa/ Fr>e

Y3

0.65

Y2

Static Equivalent Load

Cylindrical Bore

P0 = Fr +Y0 Fa
The values of e, Y2 , Y3 , and Y0

Tapered Bore

are listed in the table below.

Boundary Dimensions

Limiting Speeds

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

Cr

C 0r

Cr

Bearing

Numbers

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(rpm)

{kgf}

C 0r

Grease

Constant

Axial Load Factors

Oil

min

Cylindrical
Bore

Tapered
Bore(1)

Mass
(kg)

(mm)

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

Y2

Y3

Y0
approx

5
6
7

19
19
22

6
6
7

0.3
0.3
0.3

2 530
2 530
2 750

475
475
600

258
258
280

49
49
61

30 000
30 000
26 000

36 000
36 000
32 000

135
126
127

7
8
9

17
17
20

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.34
0.34
0.31

2.9
2.9
3.1

1.9
1.9
2.0

1.9
1.9
2.1

0.009
0.008
0.013

8
9

22
26

7
8

0.3
0.6

2 750
4 150

600
895

280
425

61
91

26 000
26 000

32 000
30 000

108
129

10
13

20
22

0.3
0.6

0.31
0.32

3.1
3.1

2.0
2.0

2.1
2.1

0.016
0.021

10

30
30
35
35

9
14
11
17

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6

5
7
7
9

550
450
350
200

1
1
1
2

190
590
620
010

570
760
750
935

121
162
165
205

22
24
20
18

000
000
000
000

28
28
24
22

000
000
000
000

1200
2200
1300
2300

14
14
14
14

26
26
31
31

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6

0.32
0.64
0.35
0.71

3.1
1.5
2.8
1.4

2.0
0.98
1.8
0.89

2.1
1.0
1.9
0.93

0.033
0.042
0.057
0.077

12

32
32
37
37

10
14
12
17

0.6
0.6
1
1

5
7
9
12

700
750
650
100

1
1
2
2

270
730
160
730

580
790
985
1 240

130
177
221
278

22
22
18
17

000
000
000
000

26
26
22
22

000
000
000
000

1201
2201
1301
2301

16
16
17
17

28
28
32
32

0.6
0.6
1
1

0.36
0.58
0.33
0.60

2.7
1.7
2.9
1.6

1.8
1.1
1.9
1.1

1.8
1.1
2.0
1.1

0.039
0.048
0.066
0.082

15

35
35
42
42

11
14
13
17

0.6
0.6
1
1

7
7
9
12

600
800
700
300

1
1
2
2

750
850
290
910

775
795
990
1 250

179
188
234
296

18
18
16
14

000
000
000
000

22
22
20
18

000
000
000
000

1202
2202
1302
2302

19
19
20
20

31
31
37
37

0.6
0.6
1
1

0.32
0.50
0.33
0.51

3.1
1.9
2.9
1.9

2.0
1.3
1.9
1.2

2.1
1.3
2.0
1.3

0.051
0.055
0.093
0.108

17

40
40
47
47

12
16
14
19

0.6
0.6
1
1

8
9
12
14

000
950
700
700

2
2
3
3

010
420
200
550

815
1 010
1 300
1 500

205
247
325
365

16
16
14
13

000
000
000
000

20
20
17
16

000
000
000
000

1203
2203
1303
2303

21
21
22
22

36
36
42
42

0.6
0.6
1
1

0.31
0.50
0.32
0.51

3.1
1.9
3.1
1.9

2.0
1.3
2.0
1.2

2.1
1.3
2.1
1.3

0.072
0.085
0.13
0.15

20

47
47
52
52

14
18
15
21

1
1
1.1
1.1

10
12
12
18

000
800
600
500

2
3
3
4

610
300
350
700

1 020
1 310
1 280
1 880

266
340
340
480

14
14
12
11

000
000
000
000

17
17
15
14

000
000
000
000

1204
2204
1304
2304

1204
2204
1304
2304

K
K
K
K

25
25
26.5
26.5

42
42
45.5
45.5

1
1
1
1

0.29
0.47
0.29
0.50

3.4
2.1
3.4
1.9

2.2
1.3
2.2
1.2

2.3
1.4
2.3
1.3

0.12
0.133
0.165
0.193

25

52
52
62
62

15
18
17
24

1
1
1.1
1.1

12
12
18
24

200
400
200
900

3
3
5
6

300
450
000
600

1 250
1 270
1 850
2 530

335
350
510
675

12
12
10
9

000
000
000
500

14
14
13
12

000
000
000
000

1205
2205
1305
2305

1205
2205
1305
2305

K
K
K
K

30
30
31.5
31.5

47
47
55.5
55.5

1
1
1
1

0.28
0.41
0.28
0.47

3.5
2.4
3.5
2.1

2.3
1.5
2.3
1.4

2.4
1.6
2.4
1.4

0.14
0.15
0.255
0.319

30

62
62
72
72

16
20
19
27

1
1
1.1
1.1

15
15
21
32

800
300
400
000

4
4
6
8

650
550
300
750

1 610
1 560
2 190
3 250

475
460
645
895

10
10
8
8

000
000
500
000

12
12
11
10

000
000
000
000

1206
2206
1306
2306

1206
2206
1306
2306

K
K
K
K

35
35
36.5
36.5

57
57
65.5
65.5

1
1
1
1

0.25
0.38
0.26
0.44

3.9
2.5
3.7
2.2

2.5
1.6
2.4
1.4

2.6
1.7
2.5
1.5

0.22
0.249
0.385
0.48

Note (1) The suffix K represents bearings with tapered bores (1 : 12)
Remarks For the dimensions related to adapters, refer to Page B354.

B 74

B 75

SELF-ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

35~70 mm
B

B
r

ra

r
ra
jD

jd

jD

Dynamic Equivalent Load

P = X Fr +Y Fa

jd

jD a

jda

Fa/ Fre

Fa/ Fr>e

Y3

0.65

Y2

Static Equivalent Load

Cylindrical Bore

P0 = Fr +Y0 Fa
The values of e, Y2 , Y3 , and Y0

Tapered Bore

are listed in the table below.

Boundary Dimensions

Limiting Speeds

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

Numbers

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

35

72
72
80
80

17
23
21
31

1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5

15
21
25
40

900
700
300
000

5
6
7
11

100
600
850
300

1 620
520
2 210
675
2 580
800
4 100 1 150

8
8
7
7

500
500
500
100

10
10
9
9

40

80
80
90
90

18
23
23
33

1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5

19
22
29
45

300
400
800
500

6
7
9
13

500
350
700
500

1 970
665
2 290
750
3 050
990
4 650 1 380

7
7
6
6

500
500
700
300

45

85
85
100
100

19
23
25
36

1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5

22
23
38
55

000
300
500
000

7
8
12
16

350
150
700
700

2 240
750
2 380
830
3 900 1 300
5 600 1 700

7
7
6
5

50

90
90
110
110

20
23
27
40

1.1
1.1
2
2

22
23
43
65

800
300
500
000

8
8
14
20

100
450
100
200

2 330
830
2 380
865
4 450 1 440
6 650 2 060

55

100
100
120
120

21
25
29
43

1.5
1.5
2
2

26
26
51
76

900
700
500
500

10
9
17
24

000
900
900
000

2 750
2 720
5 250
7 800

60

110
110
130
130

22
28
31
46

1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1

30
34
57
88

500
000
500
500

11
12
20
28

500
600
800
300

65

120
120
140
140

23
31
33
48

1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1

31
43
62
97

000
500
500
000

12
16
22
32

70

125
125
150
150

24
31
35
51

1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1

35
44
75
111

000
000
000
000

13
17
27
37

Da

ra

Y2

Y3

Y0

min

max

max

1
1
1.5
1.5

0.23
0.37
0.26
0.46

4.2
2.6
3.8
2.1

2.7
1.7
2.5
1.4

2.8
1.8
2.6
1.4

0.32
0.378
0.51
0.642

73.5
73.5
82
82

1
1
1.5
1.5

0.22
0.33
0.24
0.43

4.3
3.0
4.0
2.3

2.8
1.9
2.6
1.5

2.9
2.0
2.7
1.5

0.415
0.477
0.715
0.889

51.5
51.5
53
53

78.5
78.5
92
92

1
1
1.5
1.5

0.21
0.30
0.25
0.41

4.7
3.2
4.0
2.4

3.0
2.1
2.6
1.5

3.1
2.2
2.7
1.6

0.465
0.522
0.955
1.2

K
K
K
K

56.5
56.5
59
59

83.5
83.5
101
101

1
1
2
2

0.21
0.28
0.23
0.42

4.7
3.4
4.2
2.3

3.1
2.2
2.7
1.5

3.2
2.3
2.8
1.6

0.525
0.564
1.25
1.58

1211
2211
1311
2311

K
K
K
K

63
63
64
64

92
92
111
111

1.5
1.5
2
2

0.20
0.28
0.23
0.41

4.9
3.5
4.2
2.4

3.2
2.3
2.7
1.5

3.3
2.4
2.8
1.6

0.705
0.746
1.6
2.03

1212
2212
1312
2312

1212
2212
1312
2312

K
K
K
K

68
68
71
71

102
102
119
119

1.5
1.5
2
2

0.18
0.28
0.23
0.40

5.3
3.5
4.3
2.4

3.4
2.3
2.8
1.6

3.6
2.4
2.9
1.6

0.90
1.03
2.03
2.57

000
000
300
800

1213
2213
1313
2313

1213
2213
1313
2313

K
K
K
K

73
73
76
76

112
112
129
129

1.5
1.5
2
2

0.17
0.28
0.23
0.39

5.7
3.5
4.2
2.5

3.7
2.3
2.7
1.6

3.8
2.4
2.9
1.7

1.15
1.4
2.54
3.2

600
600
000
500

1214
2214
1314
2314

78
78
81
81

117
117
139
139

1.5
1.5
2
2

0.18
0.26
0.22
0.38

5.3
3.7
4.4
2.6

3.4
2.4
2.8
1.7

3.6
2.5
3.0
1.8

1.3
1.52
3.19
3.9

000
000
500
000

1207
2207
1307
2307

1207
2207
1307
2307

K
K
K
K

41.5
41.5
43
43

65.5
65.5
72
72

9
9
8
8

000
000
500
000

1208
2208
1308
2308

1208
2208
1308
2308

K
K
K
K

46.5
46.5
48
48

100
100
000
600

8
8
7
7

500
500
500
100

1209
2209
1309
2309

1209
2209
1309
2309

K
K
K
K

6
6
5
5

300
300
600
000

8
8
6
6

000
000
700
300

1210
2210
1310
2310

1210
2210
1310
2310

1 020
1 010
1 820
2 450

6
6
5
4

000
000
000
800

7
7
6
6

100
100
300
000

1211
2211
1311
2311

3 100
3 500
5 900
9 000

1 180
1 290
2 130
2 880

5
5
4
4

300
300
500
300

6
6
5
5

300
300
600
300

500
400
900
500

3 150
4 450
6 350
9 900

1 280
1 670
2 330
3 300

4
4
4
3

800
800
300
800

6
6
5
4

800
100
700
500

3 550
4 500
7 650
11 300

1 410
1 740
2 830
3 850

4
4
4
3

800
500
000
600

5
5
5
4

C 0r

Grease

Mass

Tapered
Bore(1)

Cr

Axial Load Factors

(kg)

da

Cylindrical
Bore

C 0r

Constant

(mm)

Cr

Bearing

(rpm)

{kgf}

Oil

min

approx

Note (1) The suffix K represents bearings with tapered bores (1 : 12)
Remarks For the dimensions related to adapters, refer to Page B354 and B355.

B 76

B 77

SELF-ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

75~110 mm
B

B
r

ra

r
ra
jD

jd

jD

Dynamic Equivalent Load

P = X Fr +Y Fa

jd

jD a

jda

Fa/ Fre

Fa/ Fr>e

Y3

0.65

Y2

Static Equivalent Load

Cylindrical Bore

P0 = Fr +Y0 Fa
The values of e, Y2 , Y3 , and Y0

Tapered Bore

are listed in the table below.

Boundary Dimensions

Limiting Speeds

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

75

130
130
160
160

25
31
37
55

1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1

39
44
80
125

000
500
000
000

15
17
30
43

80

140
140
170
170

26
33
39
58

2
2
2.1
2.1

40
49
89
130

000
000
000
000

85

150
150
180
180

28
36
41
60

2
2
3
3

49
58
98
142

90

160
160
190
190

30
40
43
64

2
2
3
3

95

170
170
200
200

32
43
45
67

100

180
180
215
215

105

110

Cr

C 0r

Bearing

Numbers

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(rpm)

{kgf}
Grease

Constant

Axial Load Factors

Mass
(kg)

(mm)

Y2

Y3

Y0

1.5
1.5
2
2

0.17
0.25
0.22
0.38

5.6
3.9
4.4
2.5

3.6
2.5
2.8
1.6

3.8
2.6
2.9
1.7

1.41
1.6
3.65
4.77

131
131
159
159

2
2
2
2

0.16
0.25
0.22
0.39

6.0
3.9
4.5
2.5

3.9
2.5
2.9
1.6

4.1
2.7
3.1
1.7

1.73
1.97
4.31
5.54

94
94
98
98

141
141
167
167

2
2
2.5
2.5

0.17
0.25
0.21
0.37

5.7
3.9
4.6
2.6

3.7
2.5
2.9
1.7

3.8
2.6
3.1
1.8

2.09
2.48
5.13
6.56

K
K
K
K

99
99
103
103

151
151
177
177

2
2
2.5
2.5

0.17
0.27
0.22
0.38

5.8
3.7
4.3
2.6

3.8
2.4
2.8
1.7

3.9
2.5
2.9
1.7

2.55
3.13
5.94
7.76

1219
2219
* 1319
* 2319

1219 K
2219 K
* 1319 K
* 2319 K

106
106
108
108

159
159
187
187

2
2
2.5
2.5

0.17
0.27
0.23
0.38

5.8
3.7
4.3
2.6

3.7
2.4
2.8
1.7

3.9
2.5
2.9
1.8

3.21
3.87
6.84
9.01

800
800
400
200

1220
2220
* 1320
* 2320

1220 K
2220 K
* 1320 K
* 2320 K

111
111
113
113

169
169
202
202

2
2
2.5
2.5

0.17
0.27
0.24
0.38

5.6
3.7
4.1
2.6

3.6
2.4
2.7
1.7

3.8
2.5
2.8
1.8

3.82
4.53
8.46
11.6

3
3
3
3

600
600
200
000

1221
2221
* 1321
* 2321

116
116
118
118

179
179
212
212

2
2
2.5
2.5

0.18
0.28
0.23
0.38

5.5
3.5
4.2
2.6

3.6
2.3
2.7
1.7

3.7
2.4
2.9
1.7

4.52
5.64
10
14.4

3
3
3
2

400
400
000
800

1222
* 2222
* 1322
* 2322

1222 K
* 2222 K
* 1322 K
* 2322 K

121
121
123
123

189
189
227
227

2
2
2.5
2.5

0.17
0.28
0.22
0.37

5.7
3.5
4.4
2.6

3.7
2.2
2.8
1.7

3.9
2.3
3.0
1.8

5.33
6.64
12
17.4

Oil

Cylindrical
Bore

Tapered
Bore(1)

da

Da

ra

min

max

max

Cr

C 0r

700
800
000
000

4 000
4 550
8 150
12 700

1 600
1 820
3 050
4 400

4
4
3
3

300
300
800
400

5
5
4
4

300
300
500
300

1215
2215
1315
2315

1215
2215
1315
2315

K
K
K
K

83
83
86
86

122
122
149
149

17
19
33
45

000
900
000
000

4 100
5 000
9 100
13 200

1 730
2 030
3 400
4 600

4
4
3
3

000
000
600
200

5
5
4
4

000
000
300
000

1216
2216
1316
* 2316

1216
2216
1316
* 2316

K
K
K
K

89
89
91
91

500
500
500
000

20
23
38
51

800
600
000
500

5 050
5 950
10 000
14 500

2 120
2 400
3 850
5 250

3
3
3
3

800
800
400
000

4
4
4
3

500
800
000
800

1217
2217
1317
2317

1217
2217
1317
2317

K
K
K
K

57
70
117
154

500
500
000
000

23
28
44
57

500
700
500
500

5 850
7 200
12 000
15 700

2 400
2 930
4 550
5 850

3
3
3
2

600
600
200
800

4
4
3
3

300
300
800
600

1218
2218
* 1318
2318

1218
2218
* 1318
2318

2.1
2.1
3
3

64
84
129
161

000
000
000
000

27
34
51
64

100
500
000
500

6 550
8 550
13 200
16 400

2 770
3 500
5 200
6 550

3
3
3
2

400
400
000
800

4
4
3
3

000
000
600
400

34
46
47
73

2.1
2.1
3
3

69
94
140
187

500
500
000
000

29
38
57
79

700
500
500
000

7 100
9 650
14 300
19 100

3 050
3 900
5 850
8 050

3
3
2
2

200
200
800
400

3
3
3
3

190
190
225
225

36
50
49
77

2.1
2.1
3
3

75
109
154
200

000
000
000
000

32
45
64
87

500
000
500
000

7 650
11 100
15 700
20 400

3 300
4 550
6 600
8 850

3
3
2
2

000
000
600
400

200
200
240
240

38
53
50
80

2.1
2.1
3
3

87
122
161
211

000
000
000
000

38
51
72
94

500
500
000
500

8 900
12 500
16 400
21 600

3 950
5 250
7 300
9 650

2
2
2
2

800
800
400
200

min

approx

Notes (1) The suffix K represents bearings with tapered bores (1 : 12)
(*) The balls of the bearings marked * protrude slightly from the bearing face. The protrusion amounts are shown on
Page B73.
Remarks For the dimensions related to adapters, refer to Pages B356 and B357.

B 78

B 79

CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS

Bore Diameter 20~ 65mm Pages B 84~B 89


Bore Diameter 70~160mm Pages B 90~B 97
Bore Diameter 170~500mm Pages B 98~B101

L-SHAPED THRUST COLLARS FOR CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS

Bore Diameter 20~320mm Pages B102~B105

DOUBLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS

Bore Diameter 25~360mm Pages B106~B109

Four-Row Cylindrical Roller Bearings are described on Pages B330 to B339.

DESIGN, TYPES, AND FEATURES


Depending on the existence of ribs on their rings, Cylindrical Roller
Bearings are classified into the following types.

NU

NJ

NNU

NUP

NF

NH

NN

Types NU, N, NNU, and NN are suitable as free-end bearings. Types NJ and
NF can sustain limited axial loads in one direction. Types NH and NUP can be
used as fixed-end bearings.
NH-type cylindrical roller bearings consist of the NJ-type cylindrical roller
bearings and HJ-type L-shaped thrust collars (See Page B102 to B105).
The inner ring loose rib of a NUP-type cylindrical roller bearing should be
mounted so that the marked side is on the outside.

B 80

B 81

Use pressed, machined, or molded cages for standard cylindrical roller


bearings as shown in Table 1.
Table 1 Standard Cages for Cylindrical Roller Bearings
Series
NU10**
N2**
NU2**
NU2**E
NU22**
NU22**E
N3**
NU3**
NU3**E
NU23**
NU23**E
NU4**

Pressed Steel Cages (W) Machined Brass Cages (M) Molded Polyamide Cages (T)

204~230
214~230
205E~213E
2204~2230

304~324
312~330
305E~311E
2304~2320

405~416

1005~10/500
232~264
232~264
214E~240E
2232~2252
2222E~2240E
326~352
332~352
312E~340E
2322~2340
2322E~2340E
417~430

204E

2204E~2220E

304E

2304E~2320E

The basic load ratings listed in the bearing tables are based on the Cage
Classification in Table 1.
For a given bearing number, if the type of cage is not the standard one, the
number of rollers may vary; in such a case, the load rating will differ from the
one listed in the bearing tables.
Among the NN Type of double-row bearings, there are many of high
precision that have tapered bores, and they are primarily used in the main
spindles of machine tools. Their cages are either molded polyphenylenesulfide
(PPS) or machined brass.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


If the load on cylindrical roller bearings becomes too small during operation,
slippage between the rollers and raceways occurs, which may result in
smearing. Especially with large bearings since the weight of the roller and cage
is high.
In case of strong shock loads or vibration, pressed-steel cages are
sometimes inadequate.
If very small bearing load or strong shock loads or vibration are expected,
please consult with NSK for selection of the bearings.
Bearings with molded polyamide cages (ET type) can be used continuously at
temperatures between 40 and 120C. If the bearings are used in gear oil,
nonflammable hydraulic oil, or ester oil at a high temperature over 100C,
please contact NSK beforehand.

TOLERANCES AND RUNNING ACCURACY

Table 2 Tolerances for Roller Inscribed Circle Diameter Fw and


Roller Circumscribed Circle Diameter Ew of Cylindrical
Roller Bearings Having Interchangeable Rings
Units : m
Nominal Bore
Tolerances for Fw of types
Diameter d (mm) NU, NJ, NUP, NH, and NNU & Fw

Tolerances for Ew of
types N, NF, and NN & Ew

over

incl

high

low

high

low

20
50
120
200
250
315
400
500

+10
+15
+20
+25
+30
+35
+40
+45

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

10
15
20
25
30
35
40

20
50
120
200
250
315
400

RECOMMENDED FITS
CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGSTable 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)
DOUBLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER
BEARINGS Table 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)

INTERNAL CLEARANCES
CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGSTable 9.14 (Page A91)
DOUBLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS Table 9.14 (Page A91)

PERMISSIBLE MISALIGNMENT
The permissible misalignment of cylindrical roller bearings varies depending
on the type and internal specifications, but under normal loads, the angles are
approximately as follows:
Cylindrical Roller Bearings of width series 0 or 1 0.0012 radian (4)
Cylindrical Roller Bearings of width series 20.0006 radian (2)
For double-row cylindrical roller bearings, nearly no misalignment is
allowed.

LIMITING SPEEDS
The limiting speeds listed in the bearing tables should be adjusted depending
on the bearing load conditions. Also, higher speeds are attainable by making
changes in the lubrication method, cage design, etc. Refer to Page A37 for
detailed information.

CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGSTable 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)


DOUBLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER
BEARINGSTable 8.2 (Pages A60~A63)

B 82

B 83

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

20~35 mm
B

r1

jd jFw

NU

d
20

25

30

35

r1

jD jFw

r1

jFw

NJ

r1

ra

r1

r
jd

jD jEw

NUP

rb

jEw

jDa jdb

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds(1)

(mm)

(N)

(rpm)

r1

min

min

FW

EW

Cr

C 0r

jDb

jda jDb

Grease

Bearing Numbers(2)

jDa jdb

jdd

Oil

NU NJ

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

(3)
NUP

NF

da(4)

db

db(5)

dc

dd

Da(4)

Db

Db

ra

rb

min

min

max

min

min

max

max

min

max

max

approx

47
47
47

14
14
18

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

26.5
27

40

15 400
25 700
20 700

12 700
22 600
18 400

15 000
13 000
13 000

18 000
16 000
16 000

N 204
NU 204 ET
NU2204


NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

NF

25
25
25

24
24

25
25

29
29

32
32

42
42

43

42

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.107
0.107
0.144

47
52
52

18
15
15

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
0.6
0.6

26.5

27.5

44.5

30 500
21 400
31 500

28 300
17 300
26 900

13 000
12 000
12 000

16 000
15 000
15 000

NU2204 ET
N 304
NU 304 ET

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

25
26.5
26.5

24

24

25

26

29

30

32

33

42

45.5

48

46

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

0.138
0.148
0.145

52
52

21
21

1.1
1.1

0.6
0.6

28.5
27.5

30 500
42 000

27 200
39 000

11 000
11 000

14 000
14 000

NU2304
NU2304 ET

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ NUP

26.5
26.5

24
24

27
26

30
30

33
33

45.5
45.5

1
1

0.6
0.6

0.217
0.209

47
52
52

12
15
15

0.6
1
1

0.3
0.6
0.6

30.5

31.5

45

14 300
17 700
29 300

13 100
15 700
27 700

15 000
13 000
12 000

18 000
16 000
14 000

NU1005
N 205
NU 205 EW

NU

NU NJ NUP

NF

30
30

27

29

30

30

32

34

37

43

47

48

46

0.6
1
1

0.3
0.6
0.6

0.094
0.135
0.136

52
62
62

18
17
17

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
1.1
1.1

31.5

34

53

35 000
29 300
41 500

34 500
25 200
37 500

12 000
10 000
10 000

14 000
13 000
12 000

NU2205 ET
N 305
NU 305 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

30
31.5
31.5

29

31.5

30

32

34

37

37

40

47

55.5

55.5

50

1
1
1

0.6
1
1

0.16
0.233
0.269

62
80

24
21

1.1
1.5

1.1
1.5

34
38.8

62.8

57 000
46 500

56 000
40 000

9 000
9 000

11 000
11 000

NU2305 ET
NU 405

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

NF

31.5
33

31.5
33

32
37

37
41

40
46

55.5
72

72

64

1
1.5

1
1.5

0.338
0.57

55
62
62

13
16
16

1
1
1

0.6
0.6
0.6

36.5

37.5

48.5
53.5

19 700
24 900
39 000

19 600
23 300
37 500

12 000
11 000
9 500

15 000
13 000
12 000

NU1006
N 206
NU 206 EW

NU

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF

35
35
35

34

34

36

36

38

40

44

50

57

51
58

49
56

1
1
1

0.5
0.6
0.6

0.136
0.208
0.205

62
72
72

20
19
19

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
1.1
1.1

37.5

40.5

62

49 000
38 500
53 000

50 000
35 000
50 000

9 500
8 500
8 500

12 000
11 000
10 000

NU2206 ET
N 306
NU 306 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

35
36.5
36.5

34

36.5

36

39

40

44

44

48

57

65.5

65.5

64

1
1
1

0.6
1
1

0.255
0.353
0.409

72
90

27
23

1.1
1.5

1.1
1.5

40.5
45

73

74 500
62 500

77 500
55 000

8 000
7 500

9 500
9 500

NU2306 ET
NU 406

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

NF

36.5
38

36.5
38

39
43

44
47

48
52

65.5
82

82

75

1
1.5

1
1.5

0.518
0.758

62
72
72

14
17
17

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
0.6
0.6

42

44

55
61.8

22 600
35 500
50 500

23 200
34 000
50 000

11 000
9 500
8 500

13 000
11 000
10 000

NU1007
N 207
NU 207 EW

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF

40
41.5
41.5

39

39

41

42

44

46

50

57

65.5

58
68

56
64

1
1
1

0.5
0.6
0.6

0.18
0.301
0.304

72
80
80

23
21
21

1.1
1.5
1.5

0.6
1.1
1.1

44

46.2

68.2

61 500
49 500
66 500

65 500
47 000
65 500

8 500
8 000
7 500

10 000
9 500
9 500

NU2207 ET
N 307
NU 307 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

41.5
43
41.5

39

41.5

42

44

46

48

50

53

65.5

72

73.5

70

1
1.5
1.5

0.6
1
1

0.40
0.476
0.545

80
100

31
25

1.5
1.5

1.1
1.5

46.2
53

83

93 000
75 500

101 000
69 000

6 700
6 700

8 500
8 000

NU2307 ET
NU 407

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

NF

43
43

41.5
43

44
51

48
55

53
61

72
92

92

85

1.5
1.5

1
1.5

0.711
1.01

Notes (1) The limiting speeds listed above apply to bearings with machined cages (No suffix). For bearings with pressed cages,
reduce the limiting speed by 20%. (Not applicable to bearing numbers with an EM, EW, or ET suffix.)
(2) The bearings with suffix ET have polyamide cage. The maximum operating temperature should be less than 120 C.

B 84

ra
jdb jdc

NF

Boundary Dimensions

ra

rb

Notes (3) When L-shaped thrust collars (See section for L-Shaped Thrust Collars starting on page B100) are used, the bearings
become the NH type.
(4) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(5) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 85

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

40~55 mm
B

r1

jd jFw

NU

d
40

45

50

55

r1

jD jFw

r1

jFw

NJ

r1

ra

r1

r
jd

jD jEw

NUP

rb

jEw

jDa jdb

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds(1)

(mm)

(N)

(rpm)

r1

min

min

FW

EW

Cr

C 0r

jDb

jda jDb

Grease

Bearing Numbers(2)

jDa jdb

jdd

Oil

(kg)

(mm)
NUP

NF

da(4)

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF

NU NJ

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(3)

db

db(5)

dc

dd

Da(4)

Db

Db

ra

rb

min

min

max

min

45
46.5
46.5

44

46.5

46

48

49

52

min

max

max

min

max

max

56

63

73.5

64
73.5

62
72

1
1
1

0.6
1
1

0.223
0.375
0.379

73.5

82

82

79

1
1.5
1.5

1
1.5
1.5

0.480
0.649
0.747

101

94

1.5
2

1.5
2

0.933
1.28

approx

68
80
80

15
18
18

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
1.1
1.1

47

49.5

61
70

27 300
43 500
55 500

29 000
43 000
55 500

10 000
8 500
7 500

12 000
10 000
9 000

NU1008
N 208
NU 208 EW

80
90
90

23
23
23

1.1
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.5
1.5

49.5

52

77.5

72 500
58 500
83 000

77 500
57 000
81 500

7 500
6 700
6 700

9 000
8 500
8 000

NU2208 ET
N 308
NU 308 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

46.5
48
48

46.5

48

48

50

52

55

56

60

90
110

33
27

1.5
2

1.5
2

52
58

92

114 000
95 500

122 000
89 000

6 000
6 000

7 500
7 500

NU2308 ET
NU 408

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ NUP

NF

48
49

48
49

50
56

55
60

60
67

75
85
85

16
19
19

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
1.1
1.1

52.5

54.5

67.5
75

32 500
46 000
63 000

35 500
47 000
66 500

9 000
7 500
6 700

11 000
9 000
8 000

NU1009
N 209
NU 209 EW

NU

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF
NF

50
51.5
51.5

49

51.5

51

52

54

57

61

70

78.5

71
78.5

68
77

1
1
1

0.6
1
1

0.279
0.429
0.438

85
100
100

23
25
25

1.1
1.5
1.5

1.1
1.5
1.5

54.5

58.5

86.5

76 000
74 000
97 500

84 500
71 000
98 500

6 700
6 300
6 000

8 500
7 500
7 500

NU2209 ET
N 309
NU 309 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

51.5
53
53

51.5

53

52

56

57

60

61

66

78.5

92

92

77

1
1.5
1.5

1
1.5
1.5

0.521
0.869
1.01

100
120

36
29

1.5
2

1.5
2

58.5
64.5

100.5

137 000
107 000

153 000
102 000

5 300
5 600

6 700
6 700

NU2309 ET
NU 409

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ NUP

NF

53
54

53
54

56
62

60
66

66
74

111

103

1.5
2

1.5
2

1.28
1.62

80
90
90

16
20
20

1
1.1
1.1

0.6
1.1
1.1

57.5

59.5

72.5
80.4

32 000
48 000
69 000

36 000
51 000
76 500

8 000
7 100
6 300

10 000
8 500
7 500

NU1010
N 210
NU 210 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF

55
56.5
56.5

54

56.5

56

57

59

62

67

73
82

1
1
1

0.6
1
1

0.301
0.483
0.50

90
110
110

23
27
27

1.1
2
2

1.1
2
2

59.5

65

95

83 500
87 000
110 000

97 000
86 000
113 000

6 300
5 600
5 000

8 000
6 700
6 000

NU2210 ET
N 310
NU 310 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

56.5
59
59

56.5

59

57

63

62

67

67

73

83.5

101
101

97

1
2
2

1
2
2

0.562
1.11
1.3

110
130

40
31

2
2.1

2
2.1

65
70.8

110.8

163 000
129 000

187 000
124 000

5 000
5 000

6 300
6 000

NU2310 ET
NU 410

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ NUP

NF

59
61

59
61

63
68

67
73

73
81

101
119

113.3

2
2

2
2

1.7
1.99

90
100
100

18
21
21

1.1
1.5
1.5

1
1.1
1.1

64.5

66

80.5
88.5

37 500
58 000
86 500

44 000
62 500
98 500

7 500
6 300
5 600

9 000
7 500
7 100

NU1011
N 211
NU 211 EW

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF

61.5
63
63

60

61.5

63

64

66

68

73

82
91

1
1.5
1.5

1
1
1

0.445
0.634
0.669

100
120
120

25
29
29

1.5
2
2

1.1
2
2

66

70.5

104.5

101 000
111 000
137 000

122 000
111 000
143 000

5 600
5 000
4 500

7 100
6 300
5 600

NU2211 ET
N 311
NU 311 EW

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

NF

63
64
64

61.5

64

64

68

68

72

73

80

92

111

111

107

1.5
2
2

1
2
2

0.783
1.42
1.64

120
140

43
33

2
2.1

2
2.1

70.5
77.2

117.2

201 000
139 000

233 000
138 000

4 500
4 500

5 600
5 600

NU2311 ET
NU 411

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ NUP

NF

64
66

64
66

68
75

72
79

80
87

111
129

129

119

2
2

2
2

2.18
2.5

Notes (1) The limiting speeds listed above apply to bearings with machined cages (No suffix). For bearings with pressed cages,
reduce the limiting speed by 20%. (Not applicable to bearing numbers with an EM, EW, or ET suffix.)
(2) The bearings with suffix ET have polyamide cage. The maximum operating temperature should be less than 120 C.

B 86

ra
jdb jdc

NF

Boundary Dimensions

ra

rb

82
101

92
111
75

83.5

83.5

92

76
83.5

119
85
93.5

Notes (3) When L-shaped thrust collars (See section for L-Shaped Thrust Collars starting on page B100) are used, the bearings
become the NH type.
(4) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(5) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 87

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

60~75 mm
B

r1

jd jFw

NU

d
60

65

70

75

D
95
110
110
110
130
130
130
130
150
100
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
160
110
125
125
125
150
150
150
150
180
115
130
130
130
160
160
160
160
190

r1

jD jFw

r1

jFw

NJ

r1

ra

r1

r
jd

jD jEw

NUP

rb

jEw

jDa jdb

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds(1)

(mm)

(N)

(rpm)

18
22
22
28
31
31
31
46
35
18
23
23
31
33
33
33
48
37
20
24
24
31
35
35
35
51
42
20
25
25
31
37
37
37
55
45

r1

min

min

1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
3
1.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
3

1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
3
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
3

FW
69.5

72
72

77
77
77
83
74.5

78.5
78.5

83.5
82.5
82.5
89.3
80

83.5
83.5

90
89
89
100
85

88.5
88.5

95.5
95
95
104.5

EW
85.5
97.5

113

127
90.5
105.6

121.5

135.3
100
110.5

130

152
105
116.5

139.5

160.5

Cr
40
68
97
131
124
124
150
222
167
41
84
108
149
135
135
181
233
182
58
83
119
156
158
158
205
274
228
60
96
130
162
179
179
240
330
262

C 0r
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

48
75
107
157
126
126
157
262
168
51
94
119
181
139
139
191
265
186
70
95
137
194
168
168
222
325
236
74
111
156
207
189
189
263
395
274

jDb

jda jDb

500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

Grease

6
6
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
6
5
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
6
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3

700
000
300
300
800
800
800
300
300
300
300
800
800
300
300
300
800
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
600
600
600
800
800
300
800
800
800
400
400

Bearing Numbers(2)

jDa jdb

jdd

Oil

8
7
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
8
6
5
6
5
5
5
4
4
7
6
6
5
5
5
5
4
4
6
6
6
5
4
4
4
4
4

NU NJ

500
100
300
300
600
600
600
300
300
000
300
600
000
300
300
300
800
800
100
300
300
600
000
000
000
500
300
700
000
000
300
800
800
800
300
000

NU1012
N 212
NU 212
NU2212
N 312
NU 312
NU 312
NU2312
NU 412
NU1013
N 213
NU 213
NU2213
N 313
NU 313
NU 313
NU2313
NU 413
NU1014
N 214
NU 214
NU2214
N 314
NU 314
NU 314
NU2314
NU 414
NU1015
N 215
NU 215
NU2215
N 315
NU 315
NU 315
NU2315
NU 415

EW
ET
EM
ET

EW
ET
EM
ET

EM
ET
EM
ET

EM
ET
EM
ET

NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU

NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

(3)

Notes (1) The limiting speeds listed above apply to bearings with machined cages (No suffix). For bearings with pressed cages,
reduce the limiting speed by 20%. (Not applicable to bearing numbers with an EM, EW, or ET suffix.)
(2) The bearings with suffix ET have polyamide cage. The maximum operating temperature should be less than 120 C.

B 88

ra
jdb jdc

NF

Boundary Dimensions

ra

rb

NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP
NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP
NUP

NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP
NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP
NUP

N
N

N
N
N

N
N
N

N
N
N

NF

NF
NF

NF

NF
NF
NF

NF

NF
NF
NF

NF

NF
NF
NF

NF

NF

da(4)

db

db(5)

dc

dd

Da(4)

Db

Db

ra

rb

min

min

max

min

min

max

max

min

max

max

65

68
68

71
71
71
71
70

73
73

76
76
76
76
75

78
78

81
81
81
83
80

83
83

86
86
86
88

68

70
70

75
75
75
80
73

76
76

81
80
80
86
79

81
81

87
86
86
97
83

86
86

93
92
92
102

71

75
75

79
79
79
85
76

81
81

85
85
85
91
82

86
86

92
92
92
102
87

90
90

97
97
97
107

80
80

86
86
86
94

87
87

93
93
93
100

92
92

100
100
100
112

96
96

106
106
106
118

88.5

102
102

119
119
119
139
93.5

112
112

129
129
129
149
103.5

117
117

139
139
139
167
108.5

122
122

149
149
149
177

90
102

119

139
95
112

129

149
105
117

139

167
110
122

149

177

87
100

115

130
92
108

125

138.8
101
113

133.5

155
106
119

143

164

1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2.5
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2.5

1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2.5
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
2
2
2
2
2.5

66.5
68
68
68
71
71
71
71
71
71.5
73
73
73
76
76
76
76
76
76.5
78
78
78
81
81
81
81
83
81.5
83
83
83
86
86
86
86
88

approx

0.474
0.823
0.824
1.06
1.78
1.82
2.06
2.7
3.04
0.504
1.05
1.05
1.41
2.17
2.23
2.56
3.16
3.63
0.693
1.14
1.29
1.49
2.67
2.75
3.09
3.92
5.28
0.731
1.23
1.44
1.57
3.2
3.26
3.73
4.86
6.27

Notes (3) When L-shaped thrust collars (See section for L-Shaped Thrust Collars starting on page B100) are used, the bearings
become the NH type.
(4) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(5) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 89

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

80~95 mm
B

r1
jd

80

85

90

95

D
125
140
140
140
170
170
170
200
130
150
150
150
180
180
180
180
210
140
160
160
160
190
190
190
190
225
145
170
170
170
200
200
200
200
240

NJ

r1
r

r1

jFw

jFw

NU

r1

jD jFw

r
jd

jD jEw

NUP

ra

r1
rb
jDa jdb

jEw

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds(1)

(mm)

(N)

(rpm)

22
26
26
33
39
39
58
48
22
28
28
36
41
41
41
60
52
24
30
30
40
43
43
43
64
54
24
32
32
43
45
45
45
67
55

r1

min

min

1.1
2
2
2
2.1
2.1
2.1
3
1.1
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
1.5
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
1.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
3
3
3
3
4

1
2
2
2
2.1
2.1
2.1
3
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
1.1
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
1.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
3
3
3
3
4

FW
91.5

95.3
95.3

101
101
110
96.5

100.5
100.5

108
108
108
113
103

107
107

113.5
113.5
113.5
123.5
108

112.5
112.5

121.5
121.5
121.5
133.5

EW
113.5
125.3

147

170
118.5
133.8

156

177
127
143

165

191.5
132
151.5

173.5

201.5

Cr
72
106
139
186
190
256
355
299
74
120
167
217
212
212
291
395
335
88
152
182
242
240
240
315
435
375
90
158
220
273
259
259
335
460
400

C 0r
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

jDb

jda jDb

90
122
167
243
207
282
430
315
95
140
199
279
228
228
330
485
350
114
178
217
315
265
265
355
535
400
120
183
265
350
289
289
385
585
445

500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

Grease

5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
5
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
2
2
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2

300
500
500
000
600
600
200
200
000
300
300
800
400
400
400
000
000
500
000
000
600
200
200
200
800
800
300
800
800
400
000
000
000
600
600

Bearing Numbers(2)

jDa jdb

jdd

Oil

6
5
5
5
4
4
4
3
6
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3

NU NJ

300
300
300
000
300
300
000
800
000
000
000
500
000
000
000
800
800
600
800
800
300
800
800
800
400
400
300
500
500
000
600
600
600
400
200

NU1016
N 216
NU 216
NU2216
N 316
NU 316
NU2316
NU 416
NU1017
N 217
NU 217
NU2217
N 317
NU 317
NU 317
NU2317
NU 417
NU1018
N 218
NU 218
NU2218
N 318
NU 318
NU 318
NU2318
NU 418
NU1019
N 219
NU 219
NU2219
N 319
NU 319
NU 319
NU2319
NU 419

EM
ET
EM
ET

EM
ET

EM
ET

EM
ET

EM
ET

EM
ET

EM
ET

NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

(3)

Notes (1) The limiting speeds listed above apply to bearings with machined cages (No suffix). For bearings with pressed cages,
reduce the limiting speed by 20%. (Not applicable to bearing numbers with an EM, EW, or ET suffix.)
(2) The bearings with suffix ET have polyamide cage. The maximum operating temperature should be less than 120 C.

B 90

ra
jdb jdc

NF

Boundary Dimensions

ra

rb

NUP

NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP
NUP

NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP

NUP
NUP
NUP
NUP

N
N

N
N
N

N
N
N

N
N
N

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

da(4)

db

db(5)

dc

dd

Da(4)

Db

Db

ra

rb

min

min

max

min

min

max

max

min

max

max

approx

86.5
89
89
89
91
91
91
93
91.5
94
94
94
98
98
98
98
101
98
99
99
99
103
103
103
103
106
103
106
106
106
108
108
108
108
111

85

89
89

91
91
93
90

94
94

98
98
98
101
96.5

99
99

103
103
103
106
101.5

106
106

108
108
108
111

90

92
92

98
98
107
95

98
98

105
105
105
110
101

104
104

112
111
111
120
106

110
110

118
118
118
130

94

97
97

105
105
112
99

104
104

110
110
110
115
106

109
109

117
117
117
125
111

116
116

124
124
124
136

104
104

114
114
124

110
110

119
119
119
128

116
116

127
127
127
139

123
123

134
134
134
149

118.5

131
131

159
159
187
123.5

141
141

167
167
167
194
132

151
151

177
177
177
209
137

159
159

187
187
187
224

120
131

159

187
125
141

167

194
133.5
151

177

209
138.5
159

187

224

115
128

150

173
120
137

159

180
129
146

168

196
134
155

177

206

1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.5
1
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3
1.5
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3
1.5
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3

1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.5
1
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3
1
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3
1
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3

0.969
1.47
1.7
1.96
3.85
4.45
5.73
7.36
1.01
1.87
2.11
2.44
4.53
4.6
5.26
6.77
9.56
1.35
2.31
2.6
3.11
5.31
5.38
6.1
7.9
11.5
1.41
2.79
3.17
3.81
6.09
6.23
7.13
9.21
13.6

Notes (3) When L-shaped thrust collars (See section for L-Shaped Thrust Collars starting on page B100) are used, the bearings
become the NH type.
(4) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(5) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 91

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

100~120 mm
B

r1
jd

100

105

110

120

NJ

r1
r

r1

jFw

jFw

NU

r1

jD jFw

r
jd

jD jEw

NUP

ra

r1
rb
jDa jdb

jEw

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds(1)

(mm)

(N)

(rpm)

r1

min

min

FW

EW

Cr

jDb

jda jDb

C 0r

Grease

Bearing Numbers(2)

jDa jdb

jdd

Oil

NU NJ

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

(3)
NUP

NF

da(4)

db

db(5)

dc

dd

Da(4)

Db

Db

ra

rb

min

min

max

min

min

max

max

min

max

max

approx

150
180
180

24
34
34

1.5
2.1
2.1

1.1
2.1
2.1

113

119

137
160

93 000
183 000
249 000

126 000
217 000
305 000

4 300
3 600
3 600

5 300
4 300
4 300

NU1020
N 220
NU 220 EM

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

N
N

108
NF 111
111

106.5

111

111

116

116

122

130

142

169

143.5 139
169
163

1.5
2
2

1
2
2

1.47
3.36
3.81

180
215
215

46
47
47

2.1
3
3

2.1
3
3

119

129.5

185.5

335 000
299 000
299 000

445 000
335 000
335 000

3 200
2 800
2 800

3 800
3 400
3 400

NU2220 ET
N 320
NU 320

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

111
NF 113
113

111

113

116

126

122

132

130

143

169

202

202

190

2
2.5
2.5

2
2.5
2.5

4.69
7.59
7.69

215
215
250

47
73
58

3
3
4

3
3
4

127.5
127.5
139

211

380 000
570 000
450 000

425 000
715 000
500 000

2 800
2 400
2 600

3 400
3 000
3 000

NU 320 EM
NU2320 ET
NU 420

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

113
113
NF 116

113
113
116

124
124
135

132
132
141

143
143
156

202
202
234

234

215

2.5
2.5
3

2.5
2.5
3

8.63
11.8
15.5

160
190
190

26
36
36

2
2.1
2.1

1.1
2.1
2.1

119.5

125

145.5
168.8

109 000
201 000
262 000

149 000
241 000
310 000

4 000
3 400
3 400

4 800
4 000
4 000

NU1021
N 221
NU 221 EM

NU

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF 114
NF 116
116

111.5

116

118

121

122

129

137

151

179

153.5 147
179
172

2
2
2

1
2
2

225
225
260

49
49
60

3
3
4

3
3
4

133
144.5

195

220.5

320 000
425 000
495 000

360 000
480 000
555 000

2 600
2 600
2 400

3 200
3 200
3 000

N 321
NU 321 EM
NU 421


NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

NF 118
118
NF 121

118
121

131
141

137
147

149
162

212
244

212

244

2.5
2.5
3

2.5
2.5
3

170
200
200

28
38
38

2
2.1
2.1

1.1
2.1
2.1

125

132.5

155
178.5

131 000
229 000
293 000

174 000
272 000
365 000

3 800
3 200
3 200

4 500
3 800
3 800

NU1022
N 222
NU 222 EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF 119
NF 121
121

116.5

121

123

129

128

135

144

161

189

163.5 157
189
182

2
2
2

1
2
2

200
240
240
280

53
50
50
65

2.1
3
3
4

2.1
3
3
4

132.5

143
155

207

385
360
450
550

515
400
525
620

2
2
2
2

3
3
3
2

400
000
000
800

NU2222 EM
N 322
NU 322 EM
NU 422

NU

NU
NU

NJ NUP

NJ NUP
NJ

NF

121

123
126

129

139
151

135

145
157

144

158
173

189

227
264

227

2
2.5
2.5
3

2
2.5
2.5
3

180
215
215

28
40
40

2
2.1
2.1

1.1
2.1
2.1

135

143.5

165
191.5

139 000
248 000
335 000

191 000
299 000
420 000

3 400
3 000
3 000

4 300
3 400
3 400

NU1024
N 224
NU 224 EM

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

N
N

129
NF 131
131

126.5

131

133

140

138

146

156

171

204

173.5 167
204
196

2
2
2

1
2
2

215
260
260

58
55
55

2.1
3
3

2.1
3
3

143.5

154

226

450 000
450 000
530 000

620 000
510 000
610 000

2 600
2 200
2 200

3 200
2 800
2 800

NU2224 EM
N 324
NU 324 EM

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

131
NF 133
133

131

133

140

150

146

156

156

171

204

247

247

230

2
2.5
2.5

2
2.5
2.5

9.51
12.9
15

260
310

86
72

3
5

3
5

154
170

260

795 000
675 000

1 030 000
770 000

2 000
2 000

2 600
2 400

NU2324 EM
NU 424

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ NUP

133
140

133
140

150
166

156
172

171
190

247
290

290

266

2.5
4

2.5
4

25
30.2

000
000
000
000

000
000
000
000

800
600
600
200

Notes (1) The limiting speeds listed above apply to bearings with machined cages (No suffix). For bearings with pressed cages,
reduce the limiting speed by 20%. (Not applicable to bearing numbers with an EM, EW, or ET suffix.)
(2) The bearings with suffix ET have polyamide cage. The maximum operating temperature should be less than 120 C.

B 92

ra
jdb jdc

NF

Boundary Dimensions

ra

rb

121
123
123
126

199

225

211

1.83
4.0
4.58
8.69
9.84
17.3
2.27
4.64
5.37
7.65
10.3
11.8
22.1
2.43
5.63
6.43

Notes (3) When L-shaped thrust collars (See section for L-Shaped Thrust Collars starting on page B100) are used, the bearings
become the NH type.
(4) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(5) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 93

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

130~160 mm
B

r1
jd

NJ

r
jd

jD jEw

NUP

Limiting Speeds(1)

(N)

(rpm)

min

min

130

200
230
230

33
40
40

2
3
3

230
280
280

64
58
58

280
340

r1

jDb

jda jDb

Bearing Numbers(2)

dd

max

min

min

146

150

151

158

168

191

217

150

163

158

169

168

184

217

264

264

146
150

163
180

169
187

184
208

264
320

320

149
NF 153
153

146.5

153

156

165

161

171

182

201

237

153
NF 156
156

153

156

165

176

171

182

182

198

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

156
160

156
160

176
193

182
200

NU1030
N 230
NU230EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF 161
NF 163
163

158

163

167

177

2 600
2 200
2 200

NU2230EM
N 330
NU330EM

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

163
NF 166
166

163

166

1 600
1 600

2 000
2 000

NU2330EM
NU 430

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

166
170

2 600
2 200
2 200

3 200
2 600
2 600

NU1032
N 232
NU232EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

1
1
1
1

2
2
2
1

NU2232EM
N 332
NU332EM
NU2332EM

NU

NU
NU

Oil

da(4)

db

Db

Db

ra

rb

max

min

max

max

approx

193.5 184
217
208

2
2.5
2.5

1
2.5
2.5

3.66
6.48
8.03

247.5

2.5
3
3

2.5
3
3

9.44
17.7
18.7

291

3
4

3
4

30
39.6

203.5 194
237
225

2
2.5
2.5

1
2.5
2.5

237

284

284

266

2.5
3
3

2.5
3
3

15.2
21.7
22.8

198
222

284
340

340

308

3
4

3
4

37.7
46.4

173

184

196

214

257

217
257

208
242

2
2.5
2.5

1.5
2.5
2.5

4.77
10.4
11.9

177

188

184

195

196

213

257

304

304

283

2.5
3
3

2.5
3
3

19.3
25.8
27.1

166
170

188
208

195
216

213
237

304
360

3
4

3
4

45.1
55.8

NF 171
NF 173
173

168

173

178

190

184

197

210

229

277

232
277

222
261

2
2.5
2.5

1.5
2.5
2.5

5.81
14.1
14.7

173
176
176
176

173

176
176

188

199
199

197

211
211

210

228
228

277

324
324

324

298

2.5
3
3
3

2.5
3
3
3

24.5
30.8
32.1
53.9

NF

min

NU1026
N 226
NU 226 EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF 139
NF 143
143

136.5

143

3 000
2 600
2 600

NU2226 EM
N 326
NU326EM

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

143
NF 146
146

143

146

1 900
1 800

2 400
2 200

NU2326EM
NU 426

NU NJ NUP
NU NJ

146
NF 150

250 000
375 000
515 000

3 000
2 400
2 400

3 600
3 000
3 000

NU1028
N 228
NU228EM

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

N
N

550 000
550 000
665 000

790 000
640 000
795 000

2 200
2 000
2 000

2 800
2 400
2 400

NU2228EM
N 328
NU328EM

NU NJ NUP

NU NJ NUP

1 020 000
875 000

1 380 000
1 020 000

1 700
1 700

2 200
2 000

NU2328EM
NU 428

205.5
238

202 000
345 000
450 000

294 000
435 000
595 000

2 800
2 200
2 200

3 400
2 800
2 800

182

193

277

635 000
590 000
760 000

930 000
690 000
920 000

2 000
1 800
1 800

4
5

193
213

1 160 000
930 000

1 600 000
1 120 000

2.1
3
3

1.5
3
3

180

195

220
255

238 000
430 000
500 000

340 000
570 000
665 000

3
4
4
4

3
4
4
4

193

204
204

292

C 0r

NU NJ

EW

1.1
3
3

148

153.5

182
204

172 000
258 000
365 000

238 000
320 000
455 000

3 200
2 600
2 600

3 800
3 200
3 200

3
4
4

3
4
4

153.5

167

243

530 000
500 000
615 000

735 000
570 000
735 000

2 400
2 200
2 200

93
78

4
5

4
5

167
185

285

920 000
825 000

1 230 000
955 000

210
250
250

33
42
42

2
3
3

1.1
3
3

158

169

192
221

176 000
297 000
395 000

250
300
300

68
62
62

3
4
4

3
4
4

169

180

260

300
360

102
82

4
5

4
5

180
198

302

225
270
270

35
45
45

2.1
3
3

1.5
3
3

169.5

182

270
320
320

73
65
65

3
4
4

3
4
4

320
380

108
85

4
5

240
290
290

38
48
48

290
340
340
340

80
68
68
114

min

000
000
000
000

1 190
875
1 050
1 820

000
000
000
000

900
700
700
500

400
000
000
900

Mass
(kg)

dc

Grease

FW

810
700
860
1 310

jdd

(mm)
NUP

Cr

jDa jdb

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(3)

Notes (1) The limiting speeds listed above apply to bearings with machined cages (No suffix). For bearings with pressed cages,
reduce the limiting speed by 20%. (Not applicable to bearing numbers with an EM, EW, or ET suffix.)
(2) The bearings with suffix ET have polyamide cage. The maximum operating temperature should be less than 120 C.

B 94

ra
jdb jdc

NF

Basic Load Ratings

ra

rb

rb
jDa jdb

jEw

(mm)

160

ra

r1

Boundary Dimensions

150

r1

r1

jFw

jFw

NU

140

r1

jD jFw

NJ NUP

NJ NUP
NJ NUP

db(5)

Da(4)
max

3.87
8.08
9.38

Notes (3) When L-shaped thrust collars (See section for L-Shaped Thrust Collars starting on page B100) are used, the bearings
become the NH type.
(4) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(5) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 95

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

170~220 mm
B

r1
jd

r1

jD jFw

NU

NJ

r1

jFw

jFw

r1

r
jd

jD jEw

NUP

jEw

jDa jdb

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds

(mm)

(N)

(rpm)

r
min

min

170

260
310
310

42
52
52

2.1
4
4

2.1
4
4

193

207

237
272

310
360
360
360

86
72
72
120

4
4
4
4

4
4
4
4

205

218
216

925
795
930
1 490

280
320
320

46
52
52

2.1
4
4

2.1
4
4

205

217

310

255
282

320
380
380
380

86
75
75
126

4
4
4
4

4
4
4
4

215

231
227

328

1 010
905
985
1 560

290
340
340

46
55
55

2.1
4
4

2.1
4
4

215

230

265
299

340
400
400
400

92
78
78
132

4
5
5
5

4
5
5
5

228

245
240

345

310
360
360

51
58
58

2.1
4
4

2.1
4
4

229

243

281
316

360
420
420
420

98
80
80
138

4
5
5
5

4
5
5
5

241

258
253

360

340
400
400

56
65
65

3
4
4

3
4
4

250

270

310
350

500 000
760 000
760 000

750 000
1 080 000
1 080 000

1 800
1 500
1 500

400
460
460

108
88
88

4
5
5

4
5
5

270

284

396

1 140 000
1 190 000
1 190 000

1 810 000
1 570 000
1 570 000

1 300
1 200
1 200

190

200

220

FW

EW

Cr

ra
jdb jdc

C 0r

Grease

Bearing Numbers

000
000
000
000

1
1
1
2

355 000
495 000
625 000
000
000
000
000

1
1
1
2

365 000
555 000
695 000
1 100
975
1 060
1 770

000
000
000
000

390 000
620 000
765 000
1 220
975
1 140
1 910

000
000
000
000

1
1
1
2

jdd

Oil

NU NJ

da(2)

dc

dd

max

min

min

190

202

197

211

223

249

294

200

213
210

211

223
223

223

241
241

294

344
344

191

196

202

212

209

221

233

NF

min

181
NF 186
186
186
186
186
186

181

186
186

186
186

NF 191
NF 196
196

2 800
2 400
2 400

NU1034
N 234
NU234EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

330
010
150
070

1
1
1
1

2
2
2
1

NU2234EM
N 334
NU334EM
NU2334EM

NU

NU
NU

200
000
000
800

db

NUP

2 400
2 000
2 000
800
600
600
400

(kg)

(mm)

415 000
635 000
800 000
000
000
000
000

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(1)
min

287 000
475 000
605 000

jda jDb j jDa jdb

jDb

NF

Boundary Dimensions

r1

ra

rb

rb

180

ra

r1

NJ NUP

NJ NUP
NJ NUP

db(3)

Db

ra

rb

max

min

max

max

approx

249
294

239
278

2
3
3

2
3
3

7.91
17.4
18.3

344

316

3
3
3
3

3
3
3
3

29.9
36.6
37.9
63.4

269

304

269
304

258
288

2
3
3

2
3
3

10.2
18.1
19

Da(2)
max

Db

510 000
675 000
850 000

2 200
1 900
1 900

2 600
2 200
2 200

NU1036
N 236
NU236EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

510
150
230
220

1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1

NU2236EM
N 336
NU336EM
NU2336EM

NU

NU
NU

NJ NUP

NJ NUP
NJ NUP

NF

196
196
196
196

196

196
196

210

226
222

221

235
235

233

255
255

304

364
364

364

335

3
3
3
3

3
3
3
3

31.4
42.6
44
74.6

000
000
000
000

700
500
500
300

000
800
800
700

535 000
770 000
955 000

2 000
1 800
1 800

2 600
2 200
2 200

NU1038
N 238
NU238EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

201
NF 206
206

201

206

212

225

219

234

247

279

324

279
324

268
305

2
3
3

2
3
3

10.7
22
23

670
260
340
520

1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1

NU2238EM
N 338
NU338EM
NU2338EM

NU

NU
NU

NJ NUP

NJ NUP
NJ NUP

206
210
210
210

206

210
210

223

240
235

234

248
248

247

268
268

324

380
380

380

352

3
4
4
4

3
4
4
4

38.3
48.7
50.6
86.2

000
000
000
000

600
400
400
300

000
700
700
600

580 000
865 000
1 060 000

2 000
1 700
1 700

2 400
2 000
2 000

NU1040
N 240
NU240EM

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

NF 211
NF 216
216

211

216

226

238

233

247

261

299

344

299
344

284
323

2
3
3

2
3
3

14
26.2
27.4

1
1
1
2

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

NU2240EM
N 340
NU340EM
NU2340EM

NU

NU
NU

NJ NUP

NJ NUP
NJ NUP

NF

216
220
220
220

216

220
220

235

252
247

247

263
263

261

283
283

344

400
400

400

367

3
4
4
4

3
4
4
4

46.1
55.3
57.1
99.3

2 200
1 800
1 800

NU1044
N 244
NU 244

NU NJ

NU NJ NUP

N
N

233
NF 236
236

233

236

247

264

254

273

289

327

384

327
384

313
357

2.5
3
3

2.5
3
3

18.2
37
37.3

1 600
1 500
1 500

NU2244
N 344
NU 344

NU

NU NJ

240
240

236

240

264

278

273

287

289

307

384

440

440

403

3
4
4

3
4
4

61.8
72.8
74.6

870
270
450
760

000
000
000
000

500
300
300
200

800
600
600
500

Notes (1) When L-shaped thrust collars (Refer to page B101) are used, the bearings become the NH Type.
(2) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(3) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 96

B 97

SINGLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

240~500 mm
B

r1
jd

NJ

NUP

jEw

jDa jdb

Limiting Speeds
(rpm)

360
440
440
440
500
500
400
480
480
480
540
420
500
500
460
540
480
580
580
520
540
560
600
620
650
680
700
720

56
72
72
120
95
95
65
80
80
130
102
65
80
80
74
85
74
92
92
82
82
82
90
90
94
100
100
100

r1

min

min

3
4
4
4
5
5
4
5
5
5
6
4
5
5
4
5
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6

3
4
4
4
5
5
4
5
5
5
6
4
5
5
4
5
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6

FW

EW

Cr

330
385

430

364
420

384
440

420

440
510

475
495

550
570

624
644
664

530
935
935
440
360
360
645
100
100
710
540
660
140
140
885
400
905
540
540
080
110
140
360
390
470
580
620
660

ra
jdb jdc

C 0r

Bearing Numbers

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

jdd

Grease

Oil

820
340
340
320
820
820
000
580
580
770
090
050
680
680
400
070
470
270
270
740
830
910
280
380
530
740
860
970

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

600
300
300
200
100
100
500
200
200
100
000
400
100
100
300
100
200
950
950
1 100
1 000
1 000
900
850
800
750
750
710

000
600
600
500
300
300
800
500
500
300
200
700
400
400
500
300
400
200
200
300
300
200
100
100
000
950
900
850

NU1048
N 248
NU 248
NU2248
N 348
NU 348
NU1052
N 252
NU 252
NU2252
NU 352
NU1056
N 256
NU 256
NU1060
NU 260
NU1064
N 264
NU 264
NU1068
NU1072
NU1076
NU1080
NU1084
NU1088
NU1092
NU1096
NU10/500

(kg)

(mm)

NU NJ

NUP

NF

NU

NU
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU

NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU

NUP

NUP

NUP

NUP

NUP

N
N

N
N

N
N

N
N

N
N

N
N

N
N
N

NF

NF

NF
NF

NF

NF

NF
NF

NJ

NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ
NJ

NJ
NJ

NJ

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(1)

da(2)
min

270

295
295

310
296

320
320
336
316

340
340
364
360

390
385
405
425
450
470
493
516
536
556

jda jDb j jDa jdb

jDb

NF

(N)

240

340
360
380
400
420
440
460
480
500

jd

jD jEw

ra

rb

rb

Basic Load Ratings

320

(mm)

300

ra

r1

Boundary Dimensions

280

r1

r1

jFw

jFw

NU

260

r1

jD jFw

253
256
256

260
260
276
280
280
280
286
296
300
300
316
320
336
340
340
360
380

420
440

486
506
526

db

db(3)

dc

dd

min

max

min

min

253

256
256

260
276

280
280
286
296

300
316
320
336

340
360
380
400
420
440
466
486
506
526

266

289
289

304
292

314
314
330
312

334
336
358
356

384
381
400
420
445
465
488
511
531
551

275

298
298

313
300

323
323
339
320

344
344
368
365

394
390
410
430
455
475
498
521
541
558

316
316

333

343
343
359

364

391

420

Da(2)
max

347

424
424

480
384

460
460
514
404

480
444
520
464

560
500
520
540
580
600
624
654
674
694

Db

ra

rb

max

min

max

max

347
424

480

384
460

404
480

444

464
560

500
520

580
600

654
674
694

333
392

438

367
428

387
448

424

444
519

479
499

554.5
574.5

628.5
654
674

2.5
3
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
5
3
4
4
3
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5

2.5
3
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
5
3
4
4
3
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5

Db

approx

19.5
49.6
50.4
84.9
92.3
94.6
29.1
66.2
67.1
111
118
30.8
69.6
70.7
43.7
89.2
46.1
110
112
61.8
64.6
67.5
88.2
91.7
105
123
127
131

Notes (1) When L-shaped thrust collars (Refer to page B101) are used, the bearings become the NH Type.
(2) If axial loads are applied, increase da and reduce Da from the values listed above.
(3) db (max) are values for adjusting rings for NU, NJ Types.

B 98

B 99

CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


L-Shaped Thrust Collars
Bore Diameter 20~85 mm

Bore Diameter

r1
jd1 jd

r1

B1

jd1 jd

B2

L-Shaped Thrust Collar

Boundary Dimensions
(mm)

d1

B1

B2

r1

20

30
29.8
30
29.8
31.8
31.4
31.8
31.4
34.8
34.8
38.2
38.2
43.6
41.4
41.4
45.1
45.1
50.5
48.2
48.2
51.1
51.1
59
54.1
54.1
57.7
57.7
64.8
59.1
59.1
64.5
64.5
71.8
64.1
64.1
71.4
71.4
78.8

3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
3
3
4
4
6
4
4
5
5
7
4
4
6
6
8
5
5
7
7
8
5
5
7
7
8
5
5
8
8
9

6.75
5.5
7.5
6.5
7.5
6.5
8.5
7.5
6
6.5
7
8
10.5
7
7.5
8.5
9.5
11.5
7
8.5
9.5
11
13
8.5
9
11
12.5
13
8.5
9
11.5
13
13.5
9
9
13
14.5
14.5

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
1.1
1.1
1.5
0.6
0.6
1.1
1.1
1.5
0.6
0.6
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
1.1
1.1
1.5
1.5
2
1.1
1.1
2
2
2.1

Bearing
Numbers

25

30

35

40

45

50

B 100

HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ

204
204
2204
2204
304
304
2304
2304
205
2205
305
2305
405
206
2206
306
2306
406
207
2207
307
2307
407
208
2208
308
2308
408
209
2209
309
2309
409
210
2210
310
2310
410

Mass

Boundary Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E

0.012
0.011
0.012
0.012
0.017
0.017
0.017
0.018
0.014
0.014
0.025
0.026
0.057
0.025
0.025
0.042
0.043
0.080
0.033
0.035
0.060
0.062
0.12
0.049
0.050
0.088
0.091
0.14
0.055
0.055
0.11
0.113
0.175
0.061
0.061
0.151
0.155
0.23

Bearing
Numbers

Mass

Boundary Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

d1

B1

B2

r1

55

70.9
70.9
77.6

6
6
9

9.5
10
14

1.1
1.1
2

HJ 211 E
HJ 2211 E
HJ 311 E

0.087
0.088
0.195

77.6
85.2

9
10

15.5
16.5

2
2.1

HJ 2311 E
HJ 411

0.20
0.29

77.7
77.7
84.5

6
6
9

10
10
14.5

1.5
1.5
2.1

HJ 212 E
HJ 2212 E
HJ 312 E

0.108
0.108
0.231

84.5
91.8

9
10

16
16.5

2.1
2.1

HJ 2312 E
HJ 412

0.237
0.34

84.5
84.5
90.6

6
6
10

10
10.5
15.5

1.5
1.5
2.1

HJ 213 E
HJ 2213 E
HJ 313 E

0.129
0.131
0.288

90.6
98.5

10
11

18
18

2.1
2.1

HJ 2313 E
HJ 413

0.298
0.42

89.5
89.5
97.5

7
7
10

11
11.5
15.5

1.5
1.5
2.1

HJ 214 E
HJ 2214 E
HJ 314 E

0.157
0.158
0.33

97.5
110.5

10
12

18.5
20

2.1
3

HJ 2314 E
HJ 414

0.345
0.605

94.5
94.5
104.2

7
7
11

11
11.5
16.5

1.5
1.5
2.1

HJ 215 E
HJ 2215 E
HJ 315 E

0.166
0.167
0.41

104.2
116

11
13

19.5
21.5

2.1
3

HJ 2315 E
HJ 415

0.43
0.71

101.6
101.6
110.6

8
8
11

12.5
12.5
17

2
2
2.1

HJ 216 E
HJ 2216 E
HJ 316 E

0.222
0.222
0.46

110.6
122

11
13

20
22

2.1
3

HJ 2316 E
HJ 416

0.48
0.78

107.6
107.6
117.9

8
8
12

12.5
13
18.5

2
2
3

HJ 217 E
HJ 2217 E
HJ 317 E

0.25
0.252
0.575

117.9
126

12
14

22
24

3
4

HJ 2317 E
HJ 417

0.595
0.88

65

70

75

80

85

d1

B1

B2

approx

min

60

B1
B2

L-Shaped Thrust Collar

approx

min

90~320 mm

r1

Bearing
Numbers

95

100

105
110

120

130

140

114.4
114.4
124.2
124.2
137
120.6
120.6
132.2
132.2
147
127.5
127.5
139.6
139.6
153.5
147
159.5
141.7
141.7
155.8
155.8
171
153.4
153.4
168.6
168.6
188
164.2
164.2
182.3
182.3
205
180
180
196
196
219

9
9
12
12
14
9
9
13
13
15
10
10
13
13
16
13
16
11
11
14
14
17
11
11
14
14
17
11
11
14
14
18
11
11
15
15
18

14
15
18.5
22
24
14
15.5
20.5
24.5
25.5
15
16
20.5
23.5
27
20.5
27
17
19.5
22
26.5
29.5
17
20
22.5
26
30.5
17
21
23
28
32
18
23
25
31
33

2
2
3
3
4
2.1
2.1
3
3
4
2.1
2.1
3
3
4
3
4
2.1
2.1
3
3
4
2.1
2.1
3
3
5
3
3
4
4
5
3
3
4
4
5

Boundary Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

d1

B1

B2

approx

min

90

Mass

HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ

218
2218
318
2318
418
219
2219
319
2319
419
220
2220
320
2320
420
321
421
222
2222
322
2322
422
224
2224
324
2324
424
226
2226
326
2326
426
228
2228
328
2328
428

E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E

0.32
0.325
0.63
0.66
1.05
0.355
0.365
0.785
0.815
1.3
0.44
0.45
0.89
0.92
1.5
0.97
1.65
0.62
0.645
1.21
1.27
2.1
0.71
0.745
1.41
1.46
2.6
0.79
0.84
1.65
1.73
3.3
0.99
1.07
2.04
2.14
3.75

Mass

r1

Bearing
Numbers

approx

min

150 193.7
193.7
210

(kg)

12
12
15

19.5
24.5
25

3
3
4

HJ 230 E
HJ 2230 E
HJ 330 E

1.26
1.35
2.35

15
20

31.5
36.5

4
5

HJ 2330 E
HJ 430

2.48
4.7

160 207.3
206.1
222.1
222.1

12
12
15
15

20
24.5
25
32

3
3
4
4

HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ

E
E
E
E

1.48
1.55
2.59
2.76

170 220.8
219.5
238

12
12
16

20
24
33.5

4
4
4

HJ 234 E
HJ 2234 E
HJ 2334 E

1.7
1.79
3.25

180 230.8
229.5
252

12
12
17

20
24
35

4
4
4

HJ 236 E
HJ 2236 E
HJ 2336 E

1.79
1.88
3.85

190 244.5
243.2
266

13
13
18

21.5
26.5
36.5

4
4
5

HJ 238 E
HJ 2238 E
HJ 2338 E

2.19
2.31
4.45

200 258.2
258
256.9
280

14
14
14
18

23
34
28
30

4
4
4
5

HJ
HJ
HJ
HJ

2.65
2.6
2.78
5.0

220 286
286
307

15
15
20

27.5
36.5
36

4
4
5

HJ 244
HJ 2244
HJ 344

3.55
3.55
7.05

240 313
313
335

16
16
22

29.5
38.5
39.5

4
4
5

HJ 248
HJ 2248
HJ 348

4.65
4.65
8.2

260 340
340
362

18
18
24

33
40.5
43

5
5
6

HJ 252
HJ 2252
HJ 352

210
234

232
2232
332
2332

240 E
2240
2240 E
340 E

6.2
6.2
11.4

280 360

18

33

HJ 256

7.4

300 387

20

34.5

HJ 260

9.15

320 415

21

37

HJ 264

11.3

B 101

DOUBLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

25~140 mm

B
r

ra
ra

jD jEw

jd

jD jEw

NN
Cylindrical Bore

jd

NN
Tapered Bore

jD

jd jF w

NNU
Cylindrical Bore

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds

(N)

(rpm)

25

47

16

30

55

35

jda jdc

jd 1a jDa

jd a

NNU
Tapered Bore

(mm)

jDa jda

jd jF w

jD

Boundary Dimensions

ra

Bearing Numbers

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

FW

EW

Cr

C 0r

Grease

Oil

min

max

0.6

41.3

25 800

30 000

14 000

17 000

NN 3005

NN 3005 K

29

29

19

48.5

31 000

37 000

12 000

14 000

NN 3006

NN 3006 K

35

62

20

55

39 500

50 000

10 000

12 000

NN 3007

NN 3007 K

40

40

68

21

61

43 500

55 500

9 000

11 000

NN 3008

NN 3008 K

45

75

23

67.5

52 000

68 500

8 500

10 000

NN 3009

50

80

23

72.5

53 000

72 500

7 500

9 000

55

90

26

1.1

81

69 500

96 500

6 700

60

95

26

1.1

86.1

73 500

106 000

65

100

26

1.1

91

77 000

70

110

30

1.1

100

75

115

30

1.1

80

125

34

1.1

85

130

34

90

140

95

d 1a

dc

min

min

max

43

42

0.6

0.127

36

50

50

0.198

41

57

56

0.258

45

46

63

62

0.309

NN 3009 K

50

51

70

69

0.407

NN 3010

NN 3010 K

55

56

75

74

0.436

8 000

NN 3011

NN 3011 K

61.5

62

83.5

83

0.647

6 300

7 500

NN 3012

NN 3012 K

66.5

67

88.5

88

0.693

116 000

6 000

7 100

NN 3013

NN 3013 K

71.5

72

93.5

93

0.741

97 500

148 000

5 600

6 700

NN 3014

NN 3014 K

76.5

77

103.5

102

1.06

105

96 500

149 000

5 300

6 300

NN 3015

NN 3015 K

81.5

82

108.5

107

1.11

113

119 000

186 000

4 800

6 000

NN 3016

NN 3016 K

86.5

87

118.5

115

1.54

1.1

118

125 000

201 000

4 500

5 600

NN 3017

NN 3017 K

91.5

92

123.5

120

1.63

37

1.5

127

143 000

228 000

4 300

5 000

NN 3018

NN 3018 K

98

99

132

129

1.5

2.09

145

37

1.5

132

150 000

246 000

4 000

5 000

NN 3019

NN 3019 K

103

104

137

134

1.5

2.19

100

140
150

40
37

1.1
1.5

112

137

155 000
157 000

295 000
265 000

4 000
4 000

5 000
4 800

NNU 4920
NN 3020

NNU 4920 K
NN 3020 K

106.5
108

111

108
109

115

133.5
142

139

1
1.5

1.9
2.28

105

145
160

40
41

1.1
2

117

146

161 000
198 000

315 000
320 000

3 800
3 800

4 800
4 500

NNU 4921
NN 3021

NNU 4921 K
NN 3021 K

111.5
114

116

113
115

120

138.5
151

148

1
2

1.99
2.88

110

150
170

40
45

1.1
2

122

155

167 000
229 000

335 000
375 000

3 600
3 400

4 500
4 300

NNU 4922
NN 3022

NNU 4922 K
NN 3022 K

116.5
119

121

118
121

125

143.5
161

157

1
2

2.07
3.71

120

165
180

45
46

1.1
2

133.5

165

183 000
239 000

360 000
405 000

3 200
3 200

4 000
3 800

NNU 4924
NN 3024

NNU 4924 K
NN 3024 K

126.5
129

133

128
131

137

158.5
171

167

1
2

2.85
4.04

130

180
200

50
52

1.5
2

144

182

274 000
284 000

545 000
475 000

3 000
3 000

3 800
3 600

NNU 4926
NN 3026

NNU 4926 K
NN 3026 K

138
139

143

140
141

148

172
191

185

1.5
2

3.85
5.88

140

190
210

50
53

1.5
2

154

192

283 000
298 000

585 000
515 000

2 800
2 800

3 600
3 400

NNU 4928
NN 3028

NNU 4928 K
NN 3028 K

148
149

153

150
151

158

182
201

195

1.5
2

4.08
6.34

Cylindrical Bore

min

Note (1) The suffix K represents bearings with tapered bores (taper 1 : 12).
Remarks Production of double-row cylindrical roller bearings is generally in the high precision classes (Class 5 or better).

B 102

Note

da(2)

Tapered Bore(1)

ra

Da
min

max

approx

(2) da (max) are values for adjusting rings for the NNU Type.

B 103

DOUBLE-ROW CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

150~360 mm

B
r

ra

jD jEw

jd

jD jEw

NN
Cylindrical Bore

jd

NN
Tapered Bore

ra

jD

jd jF w

NNU
Cylindrical Bore

Basic Load Ratings

Limiting Speeds

(N)

(rpm)

FW

EW

Cr

jda jdc

jd 1a jDa

jd a

NNU
Tapered Bore

(mm)

jDa jda

jd jF w

jD

Boundary Dimensions

ra

B
r

C 0r

Bearing Numbers

Mass

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions

(kg)

(mm)

Grease

Oil

Cylindrical Bore

da(2)

Tapered Bore(1)

min

d 1a

dc

min

max

min

min

ra

Da
max

min

max

approx

150

210
225

60
56

2
2.1

167

206

350 000
335 000

715 000
585 000

2 600
2 600

3 200
3 000

NNU 4930
NN 3030

NNU 4930 K
NN 3030 K

159
161

166

162
162

171

201
214

209

2
2

6.39
7.77

160

220
240

60
60

2
2.1

177

219

365 000
375 000

760 000
660 000

2 400
2 400

3 000
2 800

NNU 4932
NN 3032

NNU 4932 K
NN 3032 K

169
171

176

172
172

182

211
229

222

2
2

6.76
9.41

170

230
260

60
67

2
2.1

187

236

375 000
450 000

805 000
805 000

2 400
2 200

2 800
2 600

NNU 4934
NN 3034

NNU 4934 K
NN 3034 K

179
181

186

182
183

192

221
249

239

2
2

7.12
12.8

180

250
280

69
74

2
2.1

200

255

480 000
565 000

1 020 000
995 000

2 200
2 000

2 600
2 400

NNU 4936
NN 3036

NNU 4936 K
NN 3036 K

189
191

199

193
193

205

241
269

258

2
2

10.4
16.8

190

260
290

69
75

2
2.1

211.5

265

485 000
595 000

1 060 000
1 080 000

2 000
2 000

2 600
2 400

NNU 4938
NN 3038

NNU 4938 K
NN 3038 K

199
201

211

203
203

217

251
279

268

2
2

10.9
17.8

200

280
310

80
82

2.1
2.1

223

282

570 000
655 000

1 220 000
1 170 000

1 900
1 800

2 400
2 200

NNU 4940
NN 3040

NNU 4940 K
NN 3040 K

211
211

222

214
214

228

269
299

285

2
2

15.3
22.7

220

300
340

80
90

2.1
3

243

310

600 000
815 000

1 330 000
1 480 000

1 700
1 700

2 200
2 000

NNU 4944
NN 3044

NNU 4944 K
NN 3044 K

231
233

242

234
236

248

289
327

313

2
2.5

16.6
29.6

240

320
360

80
92

2.1
3

263

330

625 000
855 000

1 450 000
1 600 000

1 600
1 500

2 000
1 800

NNU 4948
NN 3048

NNU 4948 K
NN 3048 K

251
253

262

254
256

269

309
347

334

2
2.5

18
32.7

260

360
400

100
104

2.1
4

289

364

935 000
1 030 000

2 100 000
1 920 000

1 400
1 400

1 800
1 700

NNU 4952
NN 3052

NNU 4952 K
NN 3052 K

271
276

288

275
278

295

349
384

368

2
3

31.1
47.7

280

380
420

100
106

2.1
4

309

384

960 000
1 080 000

2 230 000
2 080 000

1 300
1 300

1 700
1 500

NNU 4956
NN 3056

NNU 4956 K
NN 3056 K

291
296

308

295
298

315

369
404

388

2
3

33
51.1

300

420
460

118
118

3
4

336

418

1 230 000
1 290 000

2 870 000
2 460 000

1 200
1 200

1 500
1 400

NNU 4960
NN 3060

NNU 4960 K
NN 3060 K

313
316

335

318
319

343

407
444

422

2.5
3

51.9
70.7

320

440
480

118
121

3
4

356

438

1 260 000
1 350 000

3 050 000
2 670 000

1 100
1 100

1 400
1 300

NNU 4964
NN 3064

NNU 4964 K
NN 3064 K

333
336

355

338
340

363

427
464

442

2.5
3

54.9
76.6

340

520

133

473

1 670 000

3 300 000

1 000

1 200

NN 3068

NN 3068 K

360

365

500

477

102

360

540

134

493

1 700 000

3 450 000

950

1 200

NN 3072

NN 3072 K

380

385

520

497

106

Note (1) The suffix K represents bearings with tapered bores (taper 1 : 12).
Remarks Production of double-row cylindrical roller bearings is generally in the high precision classes (Class 5 or better).

B 104

Note

(2) da (max) are values for adjusting rings for the NNU Type.

B 105

TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS


METRIC DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
Bore Diameter 15~100mm Pages B116~B123
Bore Diameter 105~240mm Pages B124~B129
Bore Diameter 260~440mm Pages B130~B131
INCH DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
Bore Diameter 12.000~ 47.625mm Pages B132~B145
Bore Diameter 48.412~ 69.850mm Pages B146~B153
Bore Diameter 70.000~206.375mm Pages B154~B167
The index for inch design tapered roller bearings is in Appendix 14 (Page C26).
DOUBLE-ROW TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
Bore Diameter 40~260mm Pages B168~B177
Four-Row Tapered Roller Bearings are described on pages B330 to B335.

DESIGN, TYPES, AND FEATURES

Contact
angle

Tapered roller bearings are designed so the apices of the cones formed by
the raceways of the cone and cup and the conical rollers all coincide at one
point on the axis of the bearing. When a radial load is imposed, an axial
force component occurs; therefore, it is necessary to use two bearings in
opposition or some other multiple arrangement.
For metric-design medium-angle and steep-angle tapered roller bearings,
the respective contact angle symbol C or D is added after the bore number.
For normal-angle tapered roller bearings, no contact angle symbol is used.
Medium-angle tapered roller bearings are primarily used for the pinion
shafts of differential gears of automobiles.
Among those with high load capacity(HR series), some bearings have the
basic number suffixed by J to conform to the specifications of ISO for the
cup back face raceway diameter, cup width, and contact angle. Therefore,
the cone assembly and cup of bearings with the same basic number
suffixed by J are internationally interchangeable.
Among metric-design tapered roller bearings specified by ISO 355, there
are those having new dimensions that are different than the dimension
series 3XX used in the past. Part of them are listed in the bearing tables.
They conform to the specifications of ISO for the smaller end diameter of
the cup and contact angle. The cone and cup assemblies are internationally
interchangeable. The bearing number formulation, which is different than
that for past metric design, is as follows:
Example:

045

Symbol Representing
Diameter
Width
Contact Angle
Tapered Roller
Symbol
Symbol
Bearings
14444444244444443
New Series Symbols of ISO

B 106

Bore
Diameter
Symbol
(Bore diameter
in mm)

B 107

Besides metric design tapered roller bearings, there are also inch design
bearings. For the cone assemblies and cups of inch design bearings, except
four-row tapered roller bearings, the bearing numbers are approximately
formulated as follows:
Example:

LM

Load Limit
Symbol

19

Contact Angle
Symbol

49

Series No.

Design No.

Additional
Symbol

TOLERANCES AND RUNNING ACCURACY


METRIC DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER
BEARINGS Table 8.3 (Pages A64~A67)
INCH DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER
BEARINGS Table 8.4 (Pages A68~A69)

Among inch design tapered roller bearings, there are those to which the
following precision classes apply. For more details, please consult with NSK.
(1) J line bearings(in the bearing tables, bearings preceeded by )

For tapered roller bearings, besides single-row bearings, there are also
various combinations of bearings.
The cages of tapered roller bearings are usually pressed steel.

Table 2 Tolerances for Cones(CLASS K)


Units : m
Nominal Bore Diameter

& d mp

(mm)

Vdp

V d mp

K ia

Table 1 Design and Featured of Combinations of Tapered Roller Bearings


Figure

Arrangement
Back-to-back

Examples of Bearing No.


HR30210JDB+KLR10

Two standard bearings are combined. The bearing clearances


are adjusted by cone spacers or cup spacers. The cones and
cups and spacers are marked with serial numbers and
mating marks. Components with the same serial number can

Face-to-face

HR30210JDF+KR

be assembled referring to the matching symbols.

The KBE type is a back-to-back arrangement of bearings with

KBE Type

100KBE31+L

over

incl

high

low

max

max

max

10
18
30

18
30
50

0
0
0

12
12
12

12
12
12

9
9
9

15
18
20

50
80
120

80
120
180

0
0
0

15
20
25

15
20
25

11
15
19

25
30
35

180
250
315

250
315
400

0
0
0

30
35
40

30
35
40

23
26
30

50
60
70

Features

the cup and spacer integrated, and the KH type is a face-toface arrangement in which the cones are integrated. Since
the bearing clearance is adjusted using spacers, it is

KH Type

110KH31+K

necessary for components to have the same serial number

Table 3 Tolerances for Cups(CALSS K)

for assembly with reference to matching symbols.

Units : m
Nominal Outside
Diameter
D (mm)

B 108

& D mp

V Dp

V D mp

K ea

over

incl

high

low

max

max

max

18
30
50

30
50
80

0
0
0

12
14
16

12
14
16

9
11
12

18
20
25

80
120
150

120
150
180

0
0
0

18
20
25

18
20
25

14
15
19

35
40
45

180
250
315
400

250
315
400
500

0
0
0
0

30
35
40
45

30
35
40
45

23
26
30
34

50
60
70
80

B 109

Table 4 Tolerances for Effective Widths of Cone Assemblies and


Cups, and Overall Width (CLASS K)

INTERNAL CLEARANCE

Units : m
Effective Width Deviation
of Cone Assembly
& T 1s

Nominal Bore Diameter

(mm)

Effective Width
Deviation of Cup
& T 2s

Overall
Width Deviation
& Ts

over

incl

high

low

high

low

high

low

10
80
120
315

80
120
315
400

+ 100
+ 100
+ 150
+ 200

0
100
150
200

+ 100
+ 100
+ 200
+ 200

0
100
100
200

+ 200
+ 200
+ 350
+ 400

0
200
250
400

(2) Bearings for Front Axles of Automobiles

METRIC DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS


(Matched and Double-Row) Table 9.16 (Page A93)
INCH DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
(Matched and Double-Row) Table 9.16 (Page A93)

DIMENSIONS RELATED TO MOUNTING


The dimensions related to mounting tapered roller bearings are listed in the
bearing tables. Since the cages protrude from the ring faces of tapered roller
bearings, please use care when designing shafts and housings.
When heavy axial loads are imposed, the shaft shoulder dimensions and
strength must be sufficient to support the cone rib.

(In the bearing tables, those preceded by t)


Table 5 Tolerances for Bore Diameter and Overall Width

PERMISSIBLE MISALIGNMENT
Units : m

Bore Diameter
Deviation
& ds

Overall Width
Deviation
& Ts

hig

hlow

hig

hlow

+ 20

+ 356

Nominal Bore Diameter

d
over
(mm)
1/25.4

(mm)

incl
1/25.4

76.200

3.0000

The tolerances for outside diameter and those for radial runout of the cones
and cups conform to Table 8.4.2 (Pages A68 and A69).

The permissible misalignment angle for tapered roller bearings is


approximately 0.0009 radian (3).

LIMITING SPEEDS
The limiting speeds listed in the bearing tables should be adjusted
depending on the bearing load conditions. Also, higher speeds are attainable
by making changes in the lubrication method, cage design, etc. Refer to Page
A37 for detailed information.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS

(3) Special Chamfer Dimensions


For bearings marked spec. in the column of r in the bearing tables, the chamfer

3.56

dimension of the cone back-face side is as shown on the following figure.

4.75

(min, mm)

1. If the load on tapered roller bearings becomes too small, or if the ratio of
the axial and radial loads for matched bearings exceeds e(e is listed in the
bearing tables)during operation, slippage between the rollers and raceways
occurs, which may result in smearing. Especially with large bearings since
the weight of the rollers and cage is high. If such load conditions are
expected, please contact NSK for selection of the bearings.
2. Confirm the dimension of Abutment and Fillet Dimensions of Da, Db, Sa,
Sb at the time of the HR series adoption.

RECOMMENDED FITS
METRIC DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER
BEARINGS Table 9.2 (Page A84)
Table 9.4 (Page A85)
INCH DESIGN TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS Table 9.6 (Page A86)
Table 9.7 (Page A87)

B 110

B 111

SINGLE-ROW TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

15~28 mm
T
C

Sa

Sb
Dynamic Equivalent Load

ra

P = X Fr +Y Fa

ra
r

jDajdb

jd

jD

jda jD b

Fa/ Fre

Fa/ Fr>e

0.4

Y1

Static Equivalent Load

P0 = 0.5Fr +Y0 Fa
When Fr >0.5Fr +Y0 Fa , use P0 = Fr
The values of e, Y1 , and Y0 are
given in the table below.

a
Boundary Dimensions

Cone

Limiting Speeds
(rpm)

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

Cup

Cr

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

Grease

Oil

min

15
17

20

22

25

28

35
42
40
40
47
47
47
42
47
47
47
47
52
52
52
44
50
50
50
50
56
56
47
47
52
52
52
52
52
62
62
62
62
62
52
58
58
58
58
68
68

11.75
14.25
13.25
17.25
15.25
15.25
20.25
15
15.25
15.25
19.25
19.25
16.25
16.25
22.25
15
15.25
15.25
19.25
19.25
17.25
17.25
15
17
16.25
16.25
19.25
19.25
22
18.25
18.25
18.25
18.25
25.25
16
17.25
17.25
20.25
20.25
19.75
19.75

11
13
12
16
14
14
19
15
14
14
18
18
15
15
21
15
14
14
18
18
16
16
15
17
15
15
18
18
22
17
17
17
17
24
16
16
16
19
19
18
18

10
11
11
14
12
10.5
16
12
12
12
15
15
13
12
18
11.5
12
12
15
15
14
13
11.5
14
13
12
16
15
18
15
14
13
13
20
12
14
12
16
16
15
14

0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
1
0.3
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
0.6
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5

0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
0.6
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5

14
23
20
27
29
22
37
24
27
23
35
31
35
25
45
25
29
27
36
33
37
34
27
31
32
28
40
35
47
47
42
38
38
62
32
39
34
47
42
55
49

800
600
100
100
200
000
500
600
900
900
500
500
000
300
500
600
200
200
500
500
000
500
400
000
000
100
000
000
500
500
000
000
000
500
000
500
000
500
000
000
500

13
21
19
28
26
20
36
27
28
24
37
33
33
24
47
29
30
29
40
39
36
34
33
38
35
31
45
42
56
46
45
40
40
66
39
41
38
54
49
55
50

200
100
900
000
700
300
500
400
500
000
500
500
500
500
500
400
500
500
500
500
500
000
000
000
000
500
000
000
500
000
000
500
500
000
000
500
500
000
500
500
500

1 510
2 400
2 050
2 770
2 980
2 240
3 800
2 510
2 850
2 430
3 650
3 200
3 550
2 580
4 650
2 610
2 980
2 780
3 750
3 400
3 750
3 500
2 800
3 150
3 300
2 860
4 050
3 550
4 850
4 850
4 300
3 900
3 900
6 400
3 300
4 050
3 450
4 850
4 300
5 650
5 000

1 350
2 160
2 030
2 860
2 720
2 070
3 750
2 800
2 900
2 450
3 850
3 400
3 400
2 490
4 850
3 000
3 150
3 000
4 100
4 000
3 750
3 500
3 400
3 900
3 550
3 200
4 600
4 250
5 750
4 700
4 550
4 100
4 100
6 750
3 950
4 200
3 900
5 500
5 050
5 650
5 150

11
9
9
9
8
8
8
9
8
8
8
8
7
7
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
6
8
8
7
9
7
7
7
6
6
5
5
6
7
6
6
6
6
6
5

000
500
500
500
500
000
500
000
000
000
500
000
500
100
000
500
500
500
500
500
100
700
000
000
100
700
100
100
500
300
000
600
600
300
100
300
300
300
300
000
600

15
13
13
13
12
11
11
12
11
11
11
11
10
10
11
11
10
10
11
10
9
9
11
11
10
9
10
9
10
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
8
9
9
8
7

000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
500
500
000
000
000
500
000
500
000
500
500
000
000
500
500
000
500
000
000
000
500

Eff. Load Constant


Centers

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions


Bearing Numbers

30202
HR 30302 J
HR 30203 J
HR 32203 J
HR 30303 J
30303 D
HR 32303 J
HR 32004 XJ
HR 30204 J
HR 30204 C-AHR 32204 J
HR 32204 CJ
HR 30304 J
30304 D
HR 32304 J
HR 320/22 XJ
HR 302/22
HR 302/22 C
HR 322/22
HR 322/22 C
HR 303/22
HR 303/22 C
HR 32005 XJ
HR 33005 J
HR 30205 J
HR 30205 C
HR 32205 J
HR 32205 C
HR 33205 J
HR 30305 J
HR 30305 C
HR 30305 DJ
HR 31305 J
HR 32305 J
HR 320/28 XJ
HR 302/28
HR 302/28 C
HR 322/28
HR 322/28 CJ
HR 303/28
HR 303/28 C

ISO355
Dimension
Series
approx

da

db

min

max

max

2FB
2DB
2DD
2FB

2FD
3CC
2DB

2DD
5DD
2FB

2FD
3CC

4CC
2CE
3CC

2CD

2DE
2FB

(7FB)
7FB
2FD
4CC

5DD

23
24
26
26
26
29
28
28
29
29
29
29
31
34
33
30
31
31
31
31
33
33
33
33
34
34
34
34
34
36
36
39
39
38
37
37
37
37
37
39
39

19
22
23
22
24
23
23
24
27
26
25
25
27
26
26
27
29
29
28
29
30
30
30
29
31
32
30
30
29
34
35
34
33
32
33
34
34
34
33
37
38

30
36
34
34
41
41
41
37
41
41
41
41
44
43
43
39
44
44
44
44
47
47
42
42
46
46
46
46
46
54
53
53
53
53
46
52
52
52
52
59
59

(mm)
Cone Cup

Da
min

30
36
34
34
40
34
39
35
40
37
38
36
44
37
42
37
42
40
41
39
46
44
40
41
44
43
44
40
43
54
49
47
47
51
44
50
48
49
45
58
57

Db

Sa

Sb

ra

min

min

min

max

33
38.5
37.5
37
43
44
43
40
44
44
44.5
44
47.5
49
48
42
47
47
47
48
50
52.5
45
44
48.5
49.5
50
50
49.5
57
58.5
59
59
57
50
55
54
55
55
61
63

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
3
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
4
2
3
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
3

1.5
3
2
3
3
4.5
4
3
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
3.5
3
3
4
4
3
4
3.5
3
3
4
3
4
4
3
4
5
5
5
4
3
5
4
4
4.5
5.5

0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
1
0.3
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
0.6
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5

0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.6
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
0.6
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
0.6
0.6
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5

(mm)

Axial Load
Factors

Y1

Y0

0.32
0.29
0.35
0.31
0.29
0.81
0.29
0.37
0.35
0.55
0.33
0.52
0.30
0.81
0.30
0.40
0.37
0.49
0.37
0.51
0.32
0.59
0.43
0.29
0.38
0.53
0.36
0.53
0.35
0.30
0.55
0.83
0.83
0.30
0.43
0.35
0.64
0.37
0.56
0.31
0.52

1.9
2.1
1.7
1.9
2.1
0.74
2.1
1.6
1.7
1.1
1.8
1.2
2.0
0.74
2.0
1.5
1.6
1.2
1.6
1.2
1.9
1.0
1.4
2.1
1.6
1.1
1.7
1.1
1.7
2.0
1.1
0.73
0.73
2.0
1.4
1.7
0.94
1.6
1.1
1.9
1.2

1.0
1.2
0.96
1.1
1.2
0.41
1.2
0.88
0.96
0.60
1.0
0.64
1.1
0.41
1.1
0.83
0.90
0.67
0.89
0.65
1.0
0.56
0.77
1.1
0.88
0.62
0.92
0.62
0.94
1.1
0.60
0.40
0.40
1.1
0.77
0.93
0.52
0.89
0.59
1.1
0.64

Mass
(kg)
approx

8.2
9.5
9.7
11.2
10.4
15.4
12.5
10.6
11.0
13.0
12.6
14.5
11.6
16.7
13.9
11.1
11.6
13.0
13.5
15.2
12.4
15.9
11.8
11.0
12.7
14.4
13.5
15.8
14.1
13.2
16.4
19.9
19.9
15.6
12.8
13.2
16.9
14.6
16.8
14.5
17.4

0.053
0.098
0.079
0.103
0.134
0.129
0.178
0.097
0.127
0.126
0.161
0.166
0.172
0.168
0.241
0.103
0.139
0.144
0.18
0.185
0.208
0.207
0.116
0.131
0.157
0.155
0.189
0.19
0.221
0.27
0.276
0.265
0.265
0.376
0.146
0.203
0.198
0.243
0.251
0.341
0.335

Remarks The suffix C represents medium-angle tapered roller bearings. Since they are designed for specific
applications, please consult NSK when using bearings with suffix C.

B 112

B 113

SINGLE-ROW TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS


Bore Diameter

30~35 mm
T
C

Sa

Sb
Dynamic Equivalent Load

ra

P = X Fr +Y Fa

ra
r

jDajdb

jd

jD

jda jD b

Fa/ Fre

Fa/ Fr>e

0.4

Y1

Static Equivalent Load

P0 = 0.5Fr +Y0 Fa
When Fr >0.5Fr +Y0 Fa , use P0 = Fr
The values of e, Y1 , and Y0 are
given in the table below.

a
Boundary Dimensions

Cone

Limiting Speeds
(rpm)

Basic Load Ratings

(mm)

(N)

Cup

Cr

{kgf}

C 0r

Cr

C 0r

Grease

Oil

min

30

32

35

Eff. Load Constant


Centers

Abutment and Fillet Dimensions


Bearing Numbers

ISO355
Dimension
Series
approx

da

db

min

max

max

(mm)
Cone Cup

Da
min

Db

Sa

Sb

ra

min

min

min

max

(mm)

Axial Load
Factors

Y1

Mass
(kg)

Y0
approx

47
55
55

12
17
20

12
17
20

9
13
16

0.3
1
1

0.3
1
1

17 600
36 000
42 000

24 400
44 500
54 000

1 800
3 700
4 250

2 490
4 550
5 500

7 500
6 700
6 700

10 000
9 000
9 000

HR 32906 J
HR 32006 XJ
HR 33006 J

2BD
4CC
2CE

34
39
39

34
35
35

44
49
49

42
47
48

44
53
52

3
3
3

3
4
4

0.3 0.3
1
1
1
1

9.2
13.5
13.1

0.32
0.43
0.29

1.9
1.4
2.1

1.0
0.77
1.1

0.074
0.172
0.208

62
62
62

17.25
17.25
21.25

16
16
20

14
12
17

1
1
1

1
1
1

43 000
35 500
52 000

47 500
37 000
60 000

4 400
3 650
5 300

4 850
3 800
6 150

6 000
5 600
6 000

8 000
7 500
8 500

HR 30206 J
HR 30206 C
HR 32206 J

3DB

3DC

39
39
39

37
36
36

56
56
56

52
49
51

58
59
58.5

2
2
2

3
5
4

1
1
1

1
1
1

13.9
17.8
15.4

0.38
0.68
0.38

1.6
0.88
1.6

0.88
0.49
0.88

0.238
0.221
0.297

62
62
72
72

21.25
25
20.75
20.75

20
25
19
19

16
19.5
16
14

1
1
1.5
1.5

1
1
1.5
1.5

48
66
59
56

000
500
500
500

56
79
60
55

000
500
000
500

4 900
6 800
6 050
5 800

5 750
8 100
6 100
5 650

6
6
5
5

000
000
300
300

8
8
7
7

000
000
500
100

HR 32206
HR 33206
HR 30306
HR 30306

C
J
J
C

2DE
2FB

39
39
41
41

35
35
40
38

56
56
63
63

48
52
62
59

59
59.5
66
67

2
5
3
3

5
5.5
4.5
6.5

1
1
1.5
1.5

1
1
1.5
1.5

17.8
16.1
15.1
18.5

0.55
0.34
0.32
0.55

1.1
1.8
1.9
1.1

0.60
0.97
1.1
0.60

0.293
0.355
0.403
0.383

72
72
72
72

20.75
20.75
28.75
28.75

19
19
27
27

14
14
23
23

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

49
49
80
76

000
000
000
000

52
52
88
86

500
500
500
500

5 000
5 000
8 150
7 750

5 350
5 350
9 000
8 800

4
4
5
5

800
800
600
600

6
6
7
7

700
800
500
500

HR 30306
HR 31306
HR 32306
HR 32306

DJ
J
J
CJ

(7FB)
7FB
2FD
5FD

44
44
43
43

40
40
38
36

63
63
63
63

55
55
59
54

68
68
66
68

3
3
3
3

6.5
6.5
5.5
5.5

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

23.1
23.1
18.0
22.0

0.83
0.83
0.32
0.55

0.73
0.73
1.9
1.1

0.40
0.40
1.1
0.60

0.393
0.393
0.57
0.583

58
58
65
65

17
21
18.25
18.25

17
20
17
17

13
16
15
14

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

37
41
48
45

500
000
500
500

47
50
54
52

000
000
000
500

3 800
4 150
4 950
4 650

4 800
5 100
5 500
5 350

6
6
5
5

300
300
600
600

8
8
8
7

500
500
000
500

HR 320/32 XJ
330/32
HR 302/32
HR 302/32 C

4CC

41
41
41
41

37
37
39
39

52
52
59
59

49
50
56
54

55
55
61
62

3
2
3
3

4
4
3
4

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

14.2
13.8
14.7
16.9

0.45
0.31
0.37
0.55

1.3
1.9
1.6
1.1

0.73
1.1
0.88
0.60

0.191
0.225
0.277
0.273

65
65
65
75

22.25
22.25
26
21.75

21
21
26
20

18
17
20.5
17

1
1
1
1.5

1
1
1
1.5

56
49
70
56

000
500
000
000

65
60
86
56

000
000
500
000

5 700
5 050
7 150
5 700

6 650
6 100
8 850
5 700

6
5
5
5

000
600
600
300

8
7
8
7

000
500
000
100

HR 322/32
HR 322/32 C
HR 332/32 J