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Self-Aligning Pillow Block Bearing Housing
GGB UNI Self-aligning bearing housings

Product's benefits

  • Material allows for simple assembly
    Simple assembly
  • Quality materials you can rely on
    Quality/Reliability
  • Material withstands high loads
    High Load Capacity
  • Material helps extend application's service life
    Extended service life
  • Material provides dimensional stability
    Dimensional Stability

Characteristics

  • Adjusting bearing for misalignment equalisation
  • All-purpose as flanged or pedestal bearing, suitable for high loads
  • Self-aligning spheric avoids edge load to the bearing
  • Adjustable up to ± 5°
  • Spheric is secured against distortion
  • Depending on choice of housing, spherics and bearings, simple to most demanding bearing solutions are possible
  • For optimum design solutions, various bearings from the GGB product programme are applicable
AVAILABILITY

Made to order

Brochure
GGB UNI, MINI & EXALIGN® - Bearing Assemblies - Self-Aligning Bearing Housings
Datasheet
GGB UNI - Self-Aligning Pillow Block Bearing Housing

Operating performance

UNI
Dry Operation Not-applicable
Lubricated Operation Not-applicable
Greased Operation Not-applicable
Machinable Not-applicable
RoHS Compliant Not compliant
Standard Sizes Not-applicable
Application Excellence

Composition

Self-aligning Bearing Housing

 

Housing material:  GGG40

Spherical material: 16MnCr5

 

Corrosion resistant material possible

Technical specifications

  • General

    SIZE bush ID, mm max. pressure load [N] (housing) max. pressure load [lbs] (housing) max. tensile load [N] (bolt) max. tensile load [N] (bolt) max. shear off load [N] (bolt) max. shear off load [lbs] (bolt)
    1 10-25 20000 4400 10000 2200 1000 220
    2 28-40 30000 6700 15000 3300 1500 330
    3 45-60 50000 11200 25000 5600 2500 560
    4 65-80 90000 20100 45000 10000 4500 1000
    5 85-100 125000 28000 62500 14000 6000 1300

The given data for UNI bearing housings are valid for 12.9 screws (DIN EN 20898, part 1), since the housing stability exceeds the permissible load of the fixing screws.

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