• BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2  Plain Bearings
  • BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2  Plain Bearings
  • BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2  Plain Bearings
  • BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2  Plain Bearings
  • BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2  Plain Bearings
  • BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2  Plain Bearings

BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2 Plain Bearings

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Product Details
operating temperature range::-22 to 248 °F lubrication type::Self-Lubricating series::Schaublin®
radial static load capacity::854.27 lbf manufacturer product page::Click here Weight:0.05 lbs
thread type::Metric overall height::48 mm rod end type::Female Threaded
ball material::Stainless Steel
Product Description
ClassificationChlorideTypeAluminum ChlorideCAS No.12125-02-9
Other NamesAmmonium ChlorideMFNH4ClEINECS No.235-186-4
Place of OriginShanghai, ChinaGrade StandardFood Grade, Industrial GradePurity99%, 99%
AppearanceWhite Powder, White PowderApplicationUsed, Promote NutritionContent99% min
ColorWhiteProduct nameBest price Ammonium Chloride supplierGradeFood Grade
NameAmmonium ChlorideCertificateISOShelf Life2 Years
cartridge outside diameter:8 in
outer ring outside diameter:6-11/16 in
replacement split bearing only:02B307EX
radial dynamic load capacity:280 kN
series:02
radial static load capacity:345 kN
outer ring width:48.4 mm
maximum axial movement:14 mm
bearing cage material:Aluminum
axial dynamic load capacity:17.8 kN

Precision-grade BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2 Plain Bearings with the longest life

BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2 Plain Bearings are basic numbers only.
DBCeTdm
1216 - 140 mm26 mm39.8 kN0.16 - 80 mm -
1216 - 140,000 mm26,000 mm26,000 mm0.16 - 80,000 mm -
K81216-TVGS81216 / Allocated housing locating washer115 - - - - 800,234 kg / Weight
K81216TN - 115 mm - 200,6 kN - - 80 mm -
BK1216 - 16 mm - 6,3 kN - - 12 -
81216 - 115,000 mm - - - 28,000 mm80,000 mm -
HK1216-2RS - 18 - - - - 12 -
HK1216.2RS - 18 mm - 6,27 kN - - 12 -
1216D 1/2 - - - - - - - -
1216D 1/2 - - 0.8750 in - - - - -

Plain Bearings

Plain bearings are mechanical components charged with bearing a load and allowing a sliding or rotational motion between two parts of a machine. Their main purpose is preventing wear of the points of support of the machine, which would take place if the shafts were to roll directly on the structure.

The use of bearings, simplistic as they may have been then, dates back to at least the ancient Egyptians, and perhaps even predated the invention of the wheel. Today bearings can be found wherever there is relative motion between two surfaces, which includes virtually everything from household appliances to industrial machinery.

BOSTON GEAR 1216D 1/2  Plain Bearings

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