Bearing

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 1 . . . . NU 300 EC Series . NU 300 EC Series . . NJ. . . . . NU 300 EC Series . . . . . 19 N. . . . 12 N. . . . . NU 200 EC Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NU 200 EC Series . . . . . 17 Grease Relube Recommendations 6200 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . NU 300 EC Series . . . . 25 ABMA-SKF Product Comparison . 14 6300 Series . . . . . . . . . . . NU 200 EC Series . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contents Bearing Installation Tips . . NJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Shaft and Housing Diameters 6200 Series . 26. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 N. . . . . . . . . . . 2. . . . . . . . . . 13 Shaft Shoulder Dimensions 6200 Series . 10 6300 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NJ. . . . . . . . 21 Vibration Frequencies 6200 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NU 200 EC and 300 EC Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NU 200 EC Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 6300 Series . NJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6. 3 Speed Ratings . . . . . . 24 N. . . . . . 5 6200 and 6300 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NJ. . . . . . 15 Minimum Radial Load N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 6300 Series . . . . . . . . NJ. . . . . . . . . . . . NJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

the bearing may creep away from the proper position. it is best not to install it. 2. Inspect the shaft and housing.D. A shaft placed in a vise for mounting should be protected from vise jaws with a sheet of soft metal. 3. Never pound directly on a bearing or ring.D. Contact an SKF Authorized Distributor or SKF for interchange information. Replace or repair shafts and housings showing obvious signs of wear or damage. Pressure to the ring without the press fit will damage the raceways. O. oil injection kits. periodically turn over sealed and shielded bearings to prevent grease from settling to one side. remove nicks and burrs with emery paper. Pressure should be applied only to the bearing ring with the press fit. Use the right tool for the job. Check for size and damage. Otherwise. which is usually the ring that rotates after the bearing is installed. Use identical replacement bearings. Also. and hydraulic nuts are among the specialized tools available for mounting and dismounting bearings over 4 in. Pay attention to the bearing’s press fit. O. Induction heaters. and wipe clean with a soft cloth. never bring a flame in direct contact with the bearing and never heat beyond 230°F. 6. Store bearings horizontally in a dry place in their original unopened package and never place bearings on a dirty surface. Their use lowers the possibility of damaging bearings and speeds the process. Handle with care. immediately hold a heat-mounted bearing in place against the shaft shoulder until it cools and locks in place. If a bearing is dropped. 5. Use a press for any bearing under 4 in. 2 . Avoid overheating. 4. During heat-mounting operations.Installation tips for maximum bearing operation 1. Replacement bearings should be identical to the bearings they replace.

8. digital thermometers. Bearings installed in equipment that is subject to vibration while the shafts are stationary may incur false brinelling damage. Bearing manufacturers take great care to package and ship bearings that are dirt-free and ready for lubrication. Bearings are built to last. Temperature and contamination conditions will influence the frequency of lubrication changes. It can appear as bright. The contact between the bearing ring and a properly machined and dimensioned bearing seat should not require the use of bonding agents to prevent movement or turning. 12. Rotate idle bearings. and electronic stethoscopes help spot bearings in poor operating condition.7. polished depressions on the inner and/or outer races. Look for danger signs. 3 . There’s usually no need to wash them or remove the protective slushing compound. Keep alert for three sure signs of improper bearing operation: excessive noise and increases in vibration and temperature. SKF bearing analysis experts can identify the cause of bearing failure and help you prevent it in the future. Don’t wash new bearings. so frequent failures may point to an installation or lubrication problem. Find the cause of bearing failures. 10. Proper lube is critical. 9. Be sure to follow their recommendations. 11. as well as on the rolling elements. which also occurs when equipment is not properly protected during shipment. Troubleshooting instruments like hand-held vibration pens. Bearing manufacturers evaluate several factors before determining the type of lubricant required for specific bearings.

Speed ratings There is a speed limit to which rolling bearings can be operated. ISO VG 150). For oil lubricated bearings: • Lubricant: mineral oil without EP-additives having a kinematic viscosity at 158° F (70° C) of: v = 12 mm2/s (ISO VG32) for radial bearings. load. • Open bearings with Normal clearance. Consult SKF to determine the actual reference speed limit for your operating conditions. (thus a bearing temperature of 158° F (70° C). In the accompanying tables two speeds are listed: (Thermal) Reference Speed and (Kinematic) Limiting Speed. and v = 24 mm2/s (ISO VG68) for thrust roller bearings • Oil bath with the oil reaching up to the middle of the rolling element in the lowest position. being 2% of the basic static load rating Co. internal design. The speed at which this limiting bearing temperature is reached depends on the frictional heat generated in the bearing (including any externally applied heat) and the amount of heat that can be transported away from the bearing. lubrication and cooling conditions as well as cage design. being 5% of the basic static load rating Co. lubrication type and method as outlined in ISO 15312. The reference speed will be reached after 10 to 20 hours running time. 4 . This standard has been established for oil lubrication but is also valid for grease and uses the following reference conditions: • A temperature increase of 90° F (50° C) above an ambient temperature of 68° F (20° C). Warning: The new Reference and Limiting Speeds are not to be used as a direct substitution for the previous Oil and Grease speed ratings. Under these specific conditions the reference speed for oil and grease lubrication will be equal.g. Reference speeds The reference speed for a given bearing represents the permissible operating speed of said bearing when subjected to the specific operating conditions of load. • Thrust bearing: a constant axial load. • Radial bearing: a constant radial load. For grease lubricated bearings: • Regular lithium soap grease with mineral base oil having a viscosity of 100 to 200 mm2/s at 104° F (40° C) (e. Bearing type and size. measured on the bearing stationary outer ring or housing washer. • Filling approximately 30% of the free space in the bearing. accuracy and internal clearance all play a part in determining speed capability. Generally. it is the operating temperature that can be permitted with respect to the lubricant being used or to the material of the bearing components that sets the limit.

the operational clearance in the bearing is reduced because of increased inner ring temperature. additional parameters have to be considered such as lubrication of cage guiding surfaces and the shear strength of the lubricant. but several factors must be reviewed and improved such as the running accuracy. and other speed-limiting factors. accurately measured quantities of lubricant or when heat can be removed from the bearing by circulating oil lubrication with cooling of the oil. Limiting Speeds shown in the tables are based on the demands of high speed running applications and are valid only for the specific design and cage design shown in the tables. centrifugal and gyratory forces acting on the rolling elements. for example by lubrication systems with small. Limiting speeds The speed limit is determined by criteria that include: the stability and or strength of the cage. at the same time. It is possible to run bearings faster than the limiting speeds. In these cases the permissible speed must be calculated from the operating conditions and the lower value between the permissible and Limiting speed used. Experience gained from laboratory tests and practical applications indicates that there are maximum speeds that should not be exceeded for technical reasons or because of the very high costs involved. by cooling ribs on the housing. lubrication. An increase of bearing temperature means that lubricant viscosity is lowered and film formation is made more difficult. lubrication of cage guiding surfaces.Speeds above the reference speed It is possible to operate bearings at speeds above the reference speed if the bearing friction can be reduced. 5 . or by directed cooling air streams. which is determined by the base oil and thickener. leading to even higher friction and further temperature increases. If. heat dissipation and design of the bearing. Open balls bearings with low friction typically have Reference Speeds greater than the Limiting Speed. Any increase in speed above the reference speed without taking any of these precautions would only cause bearing temperature to rise excessively. the final consequence would be bearing seizure. It is therefore advisable to contact SKF Applications Engineering for advice. cage material. For enclosed and open bearings using grease lubrication.

300 5.000 13.200 3.000 9.000 17.200 Warning: The new reference and limiting speeds are not to be used as a direct substitution for the previous oil and grease speed ratings.600 3.000 50.300 5.000 9.800 3.500 7.600 5.300 6. See page 4/5 or contact SKF Applications Engineering.000 28.000 10.600 .800 4.000 4.000 17.000 4.200 – – – 3.000 9.000 3.000 20.000 10.000 18.000 18.000 5.300 4.500 4.800 2.600 reference speed r/min 56.300 4.000 3.000 3.000 8.000 2.000 15.700 6. 6 7.500 6.000 8.000 3.200 3.000 20.500 4.600 3.400 double shielded limiting r/min 28.000 15.000 5.400 3.300 5.600 3.500 7.300 4.000 8.300 4.500 8.200 3.000 12.500 4.000 43.800 3.800 4.400 3.000 6.500 8.000 6.600 2.000 32.600 5.000 32.400 3.300 4.000 6.800 3.000 15.000 12.000 10.000 24.600 5.000 7.000 8.000 22.800 4.000 14.000 11.000 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – open limiting r/min 34.000 12.000 19.700 6.000 4.500 9.400 3.400 2.000 13.600 5.000 26.000 11.000 13.500 7.000 38.000 28.000 11.000 3.000 14.000 2.000 10.000 7.Speed ratings (RPM) Deep groove ball bearings 6200 & 6300 series Bearing 6200 6201 6202 6203 6204 6205 6206 6207 6208 6209 6210 6211 6212 6213 6214 6215 6216 6217 6218 6219 6220 6221 6222 6224 6226 6228 6230 6232 6234 6236 6238 6240 double sealed limiting r/min 17.300 5.000 24.

300 4.000 24.000 13.000 3.000 9.700 6.000 6.300 6.500 8.200 3.500 8.000 6.000 34.300 5.800 4.000 30. 2RSL) and double shielded bearings use same speed ratings.700 6.600 – – – – – 3.600 2.400 3.000 19.300 5.000 13.000 28.500 6.800 3.000 3. 7 .300 3.300 5.000 17.400 Note: Low-friction seals (2RZ.600 5.000 17.000 3.300 4.000 5.000 15.000 3.000 9.300 4.000 45.000 reference speed r/min 50.500 7.000 20.000 9.000 22.000 22.000 4.600 3.500 8.000 5.200 4.000 15.600 5.000 8. RZ) and open bearings use the same speed ratings.300 5.000 9.000 7.000 4.500 4.Speed Ratings (RPM) Deep groove ball bearings 6200 & 6300 series Bearing 6300 6301 6302 6303 6304 6305 6306 6307 6308 6309 6310 6311 6312 6313 6314 6315 6316 6317 6318 6319 6320 6321 6322 6324 6326 6328 6330 6332 6334 6336 6338 double sealed limiting r/min 15.400 2.000 14.500 9.000 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – open limiting r/min 32.500 7.000 13.000 2.500 6.000 19.000 12.500 8.800 2.500 4.800 3.700 6.800 3.400 2.000 11.000 11.200 3.200 double shielded limiting r/min 26.000 11.800 3.400 3.500 7.200 3.400 3.300 4.300 6.000 19.800 3.000 12.000 12.000 4.400 3. RSL.000 4.000 11.000 7.000 24. Single enclosure (Z.600 5.500 4.000 16.000 38.000 10.800 4.

000 13.800 2.300 4.000 14.200 2. 8 .000 19.300 4.000 3.000 4.000 26.000 14.600 2.000 11.500 7.900 12.400 2.300 6.500 9.000 2.800 4.400 3.000 19.000 16.600 3.200 3.300 6.500 4.300 7.800 Warning: The new reference and limiting speeds are not to be used as a direct substitution for the previous oil and grease speed ratings.400 3.400 2.000 5.200 2.000 5. See page 4/5 or contact SKF Applications Engineering. NU 200 EC series Bearing reference speed r/min limiting speed r/min 202 203 204 205 206 EC EC EC EC EC 22.500 4.000 16.000 9. NJ.600 207 208 209 210 211 217 218 219 220 221 222 224 226 228 230 EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC 232 EC 234 EC 236 ECMA 238 ECMA 240 ECMA 11.500 9.700 6.000 212 213 214 215 216 EC EC EC EC EC 6.800 4.200 2.800 2.600 3.500 4.000 1.700 6.400 3.500 6.000 3.600 5.000 8.800 3.000 9.000 8.600 2.300 5.Speed ratings (RPM) Cylindrical roller bearings N.000 22.000 5.

000 2.500 4.700 4.000 6.600 1.700 6.000 18.400 9.400 2. NJ. NU 300 EC series Bearing reference speed r/min limiting speed r/min 303 304 305 306 307 EC EC EC EC EC 15.500 8.600 3.000 12.500 1.000 9.600 3.000 5.400 2.800 3.300 3.000 11.400 2.000 7.000 12.400 3.200 3.200 2.600 5.800 4.400 2.000 2.300 4.700 1.200 3.800 3.300 5.000 313 314 315 316 317 EC EC EC EC EC 5.000 4.500 8.000 6.200 2.800 308 309 310 311 312 318 319 320 321 322 324 326 328 330 332 EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC EC 334 EC 336 EC 338 EC 340 ECMA 8.800 3.000 15.400 9 .000 15.200 2.Speed ratings (RPM) Cylindrical roller bearings N.000 7.800 2.500 4.000 1.500 20.000 5.000 11.300 4.500 6.000 2.800 3.200 3.

9377 4.) max.4416 2.9686 2.2060 12.9055 6.3318 4.2598 1.7878 0.7722 2.9379 4.4657 9.1655 2.3623 2.5748 1.9223 3. and current industry fitting practices.3939 0.1181 5.4814 7.2992 6.3316 4.5434 3.2047 12.8740 8. See SKF Bearing Installation and Maintenance Guide (#140-710) for specific tolerance classes and corresponding fits.7249 5.6299 11.5440 3.1497 3.1815 1.1660 2.5124 5.4646 9.3312 4.8346 3.1496 3. operating temperatures.5597 2.8425 10.3781 1.0479 2.5908 0.5442 3.6929 7.0472 2.1746 2.9847 1.1350 4.6949 7. min.3936 0.1812 1.1191 5. 10 12 15 17 20 0.9370 4.1194 3.7253 4.9061 6.0551 9.0562 9.4815 7.5905 0.3002 6.6692 0. min.6940 7.7409 0.5753 1. 10 .3628 2.3472 3.6695 0.1816 1.4186 12.4723 0.3465 5.6312 11.9844 1.7718 2.5754 1.1503 3.7565 1.9371 4.5984 13.8436 10. 250 270 290 310 320 2.8752 340 360 6228 6230 6232 6234 6236 140 150 160 170 180 5.4803 7.8353 3.3474 5.0886 5.7255 5.9529 3.3786 1.7403 bearing outside diameter (mm) 30 32 35 40 47 1.9065 6.3858 14.3003 6.5131 5.Shaft and housing diameters Deep groove ball bearings 6200 series Bearing 6200 6201 6202 6203 6204 6205 6206 6207 6208 6209 6210 6211 6212 6213 6214 6215 6216 6217 6218 6219 bearing bore diameter (mm) shaft diameter (in.2604 1.0866 7.1811 1.5433 3.8510 1.8504 90 100 110 120 125 3.5998 13.0876 7.5118 5.9534 3.9690 2.5128 5.4827 7.3872 14.1187 180 190 200 215 230 6238 6240 190 200 7.4726 0.4409 2.1732 Note: Diameters shown are based on normal loads.5592 2.5749 1.4173 12.1344 4.3307 4.7875 50 55 60 65 70 1.7560 25 30 35 40 45 75 80 85 90 95 0.6939 7.0877 housing diameter (in.3466 3.1502 3.8764 7.8751 8.3012 6.3780 1.7244 4.) max.9213 52 62 72 80 85 130 140 150 160 170 6220 6221 6222 6224 6226 100 105 110 120 130 3.3785 1.9071 6.

1187 215 225 240 260 360 8.5998 13.6692 0.3786 1.7403 160 170 180 190 200 10 12 15 17 20 0.5592 2.9379 6.6541 1.7875 50 55 60 65 70 1. and current industry fitting practices.9055 2.3628 2.8510 2.6949 7.3785 1.5749 1.3002 6.8764 7.8110 12.5984 13.4646 8.1181 5.1344 4.8504 2. bearing outside diameter (mm) 0.0876 7.8123 12.1194 3.9529 3.1660 2.2992 6.3781 1.6940 7.6939 7.2362 11.5442 3.5434 3.5118 5.9370 6.3858 14.9844 1.5753 1.4723 0. min.7244 5.4803 7.3939 0.3003 6.1812 1.4815 7.5354 6328 6330 6332 6334 6336 140 150 160 170 180 5.7494 16.3012 6.0886 5.4814 7.3780 1.8583 9.1191 5.) max.6695 0.0866 7.1655 2.8353 3.2375 11.1503 3.6929 7.7718 62 72 80 90 100 2.9371 4.3472 3.3466 3.7255 5.1497 3.4573 1.4409 2.0236 6338 6340 190 200 7.5128 5.0877 300 320 340 360 380 11.1815 1.7565 1.7253 5.3316 4.3307 4.5905 0.9377 4. operating temperatures. See SKF Bearing Installation and Maintenance Guide (#140-710) for specific tolerance classes and corresponding fits.4488 10.5597 2.3936 0.6535 1.8740 6320 6321 6322 6324 6326 100 105 110 120 130 3.3318 4.1746 14.Shaft and housing diameters Deep groove ball bearings 6300 series Bearing 6300 6301 6302 6303 6304 6305 6306 6307 6308 6309 6310 6311 6312 6313 6314 6315 6316 6317 6318 6319 bearing bore diameter (mm) shaft diameter (in.8346 3.8752 400 420 15. min.9065 4.9534 3.5131 5.1502 3.7722 0.1496 3.0472 1.5370 15.1350 4.4567 1.9061 6.5433 3.4499 10.8751 2.9071 6.5124 5.7249 5.9686 2.0479 110 120 130 140 150 4.4416 2.9847 1.7480 16.3623 2.4726 0.) max. 11 . 35 37 42 47 52 1.5440 3.4827 7.3312 4.9606 Note: Diameters shown are based on normal loads.3872 14.9690 2.0249 8.7560 25 30 35 40 45 75 80 85 90 95 2.1732 14.8594 9.5908 0.9620 11.4657 8.7878 0.7409 housing diameter (in.

3002 6.1496 3.6929 7.0479 2.1187 5.1732 Note: Diameters shown are based on normal loads. NJ.7721 1.9370 5.1503 3.1353 3. See SKF Bearing Installation and Maintenance Guide (#140-710) for specific tolerance classes and corresponding fits.5749 1.8751 8.7413 3.0472 2.7569 2.5438 3.5754 1.5984 13.6312 11.6697 0.6693 0.3307 4.7253 4.8504 2.4409 110 120 125 130 140 4.8510 2.3321 4.3465 3.9379 5.3312 4.9538 3.0877 7.5444 3. 35 40 47 52 55 1.9847 1.9689 2.1501 35 40 47 50 55 217 218 219 220 221 85 90 95 100 105 3.1344 232 234 236 238 240 160 170 180 190 200 6.3003 6.3470 3.9065 6.5601 2.1659 72 80 85 90 100 150 160 170 180 190 15 17 20 25 30 0.5124 5.3872 14.7249 5.9066 housing diameter (in.7258 5.8752 222 224 226 228 230 110 120 130 140 150 4.1746 2.3627 2.5118 200 215 230 250 270 290 310 320 340 360 2.7875 0.7725 1.) max.5134 5.1815 0.5753 1.1506 2.1664 1.2060 12.0876 7.3474 3.2992 6.6299 11.4827 7.3476 3.5433 3.3785 1.1191 5.7244 4. min.5998 13.7878 0.0886 7.) max.1181 5.9375 4.Shaft and housing diameters Cylindrical roller bearings N.9844 1.3858 14.4173 12.4186 12.8353 3.9381 4.3632 2.8740 8.8436 10.3316 4.5748 1.4646 9.4416 1.6940 7. NU 200 EC series Bearing 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 bearing bore diameter (mm) shaft diameter (in. min.6939 7.9223 5.0562 9.3786 1.0866 7.8425 10.9055 6.3780 1. bearing outside diameter (mm) 1.3781 1.1812 60 65 70 75 80 2.5128 4.7564 2.9075 4.5910 0.0551 9.3012 6.5442 3.4815 7.1197 5.4803 7.8764 6. and current industry fitting practices.5906 0.7407 3. 12 .8346 3.4657 9. operating temperatures.2047 12.5596 2.9213 5.6949 7.4814 7.9693 2.9533 3.

1187 5.0236 11.8353 1.9533 3.0866 7.1506 2.9075 4.3476 3.7564 2.9065 6.1812 60 65 70 75 80 2.) max.9693 2.6929 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 420 3.1181 5.9379 4.1732 14.3002 6.4815 7.1503 3.8504 2.5354 Note: Diameters shown are based on normal loads. 13 .9847 1.5438 3.7413 3. operating temperatures.8764 6.5134 5.9689 2.4803 7.5984 13.6541 1.5906 0.3012 6.5118 5.9066 housing diameter (in.2992 6. 42 47 52 62 72 1.4827 7.5601 2.8583 9.9375 4.5442 3. min.8123 12.3307 4.3632 2.7494 16.3872 14.1664 1.5910 0.1191 5.6535 1.2375 11.3321 4.5433 3.3781 1.5596 2.6949 7.6939 5.7244 7.9606 15.4409 2.3312 4.3470 3.4488 10.8740 8.5444 3.7725 1.6693 0.0876 7.7569 2.7407 3.3627 2.7721 1. See SKF Bearing Installation and Maintenance Guide (#140-710) for specific tolerance classes and corresponding fits.4657 8.8110 12.1815 0.8346 130 140 150 160 170 5.7480 16. bearing outside diameter (mm) 1.7249 5.3858 14.4416 2.8752 322 324 326 328 330 110 120 130 140 150 4.9844 1.9370 4.1659 80 90 100 110 120 180 190 200 215 225 15 17 20 25 30 0.1344 332 334 336 338 340 160 170 180 190 200 6.1496 3.9538 3.1353 3.7258 5.9620 15.9381 4.7875 0.5749 1.0249 11.4646 8.1746 14.5370 3.6697 0.9055 6.3003 6.Shaft and housing diameters Cylindrical roller bearings N.8751 8.0472 2.8594 9.) max.0886 7.0877 7.7878 0.2362 11. NJ.5998 13.4814 7.5753 1.6940 7.5124 5.3316 4. and current industry fitting practices.1501 35 40 45 50 55 317 318 319 320 321 85 90 95 100 105 3.4499 10.0479 2. NU 300 EC series Bearing 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 bearing bore diameter (mm) shaft diameter (in.1197 5.3785 1.8510 2. min.7253 7.5128 5.

079 0.630 4.369 4.157 5.247 3.004 50 55 60 65 70 2.607 4.721 3.244 2.039 0.504 3.850 2.224 2.118 .024 1.098 0.361 7.826 11.288 3.670 180 190 200 215 230 6238 6240 190 200 8.894 3.244 2.039 0.048 3.197 5.650 0.079 0.038 10.118 9.851 7.984 0.323 7.039 0.543 9.059 1.831 2.098 0.463 0.579 2.363 7.410 4.409 4.654 7.201 1.574 6.220 1.180 1.463 0.810 2.024 0.181 1.091 4.582 3.969 12.079 6.575 11.378 1.370 4.984 1.854 3.417 1.091 90 100 110 120 125 3.079 0.768 0.654 1.811 7.803 5.945 6.051 4.118 0.606 3.059 0.079 0.059 0.697 2.079 0.676 13.567 4.543 1.098 0.173 D mm 1.827 0.457 6.757 250 270 290 310 320 1.150 8.654 0.059 0.571 0.614 0.193 52 62 72 80 85 130 140 150 160 170 100 105 110 120 130 4.157 5.524 3.874 3.804 5.500 2.511 5.551 5.024 0.551 0. in 30 32 35 40 47 6220 6221 6222 6224 6226 6228 6230 6232 6234 6236 housing shoulder Da Da max.748 0.024 0.398 1.110 8.039 0.098 12.634 1.764 5.894 3.851 2.287 3.622 4.220 0.701 3.677 2.117 5.331 10.756 13.079 0.377 1.976 4.079 0.031 8.918 4.204 2.039 0.251 10.480 2.Shoulder dimensions for shafts and housings Deep groove ball bearings 6200 series d Bearing mm 6205 6206 6207 6208 6209 25 30 35 40 45 6200 6201 6202 6203 6204 6210 6211 6212 6213 6214 6215 6216 6217 6218 6219 shaft shoulder da da min.260 6.071 75 80 85 90 95 1.441 8.847 1.544 340 360 14 140 150 160 170 180 6.064 6.016 4.763 5.039 0. min in in shaft & housing corner 6.047 7.695 11.028 3.059 0. in in 10 12 15 17 20 0.717 max. max.566 0.417 6.967 7.905 6.504 8.898 4.906 11.062 1.024 0.102 1.039 2.118 0.118 10.024 6.539 2.630 0.951 8.889 0.268 3.

157 15 .251 14.079 0.059 0.394 7.260 1.386 3.873 8.843 5.079 5.795 2.012 3.910 2.890 2.457 1.791 1.079 4.075 4.079 0.969 7.889 7.039 0.220 1.157 0.346 8.079 0.043 0.209 110 120 130 140 150 3.543 14.314 0.087 3.098 0.835 3.330 4.098 0.406 3.323 2.495 6.437 1.668 0.472 3.079 0.260 6.551 0.936 4.717 8.240 1. in in 10 12 15 17 20 0.815 3.039 2.059 0.807 0.449 4.756 13.185 2.Shoulder dimensions for shafts and housings Deep groove ball bearings 6300 series d Bearing mm 6305 6306 6307 6308 6309 25 30 35 40 45 6300 6301 6302 6303 6304 shaft shoulder da da min.693 1.826 6.489 4.858 4.751 0.432 0.276 5. in 35 37 42 47 52 1.788 215 225 240 260 280 7.039 0.757 8.039 0.646 4.188 3.575 6.228 3.101 11.024 0.098 0.748 6338 6340 190 200 6310 6311 6312 6313 6314 6315 6316 6317 6318 6319 6328 6330 6332 6334 6336 75 80 85 90 95 140 150 160 170 180 1.118 0.463 14.079 0.252 6.182 6.266 8.969 7.220 6.886 1.969 12.713 1.575 6.866 6.180 1.098 0.571 0.135 2.520 2.331 14.079 0.535 6.583 3.363 7.976 4.118 0.795 3.107 3.676 13.055 4.539 2.622 5.181 11.063 50 55 60 65 70 2.857 9.868 4.883 5.118 0.370 4.098 0.929 7.308 8.614 1.323 7.039 0.118 0.992 3.881 15.118 0.236 5. min in in shaft & housing corner max.748 2.961 15.603 3. max.417 1.039 5.689 0.661 D mm housing shoulder Da Da max.343 2.540 2.582 5.098 0.268 8.701 62 72 82 90 100 160 170 180 190 200 300 320 340 360 380 400 420 2.272 6.282 11.260 1.118 1.142 6.889 12.669 0.654 1.362 11.724 10.059 0.953 8.645 5.866 1.644 10.189 6320 6321 6322 6324 6326 100 105 110 120 130 4.039 0.098 0.457 1.579 2.220 1.787 0.686 4.937 9.685 5.

33 48 65 83 27 lb. 36 52 72 93 209 210 211 212 213 92 108 132 160 183 99 116 143 174 211 112 131 164 202 248 219 220 221 222 224 383 429 514 572 681 463 522 588 658 796 568 648 735 214 215 216 217 218 226 228 230 232 234 236 238 240 204 225 261 299 339 797 948 1117 1305 1485 1646 1872 2117 235 261 307 355 405 280 310 368 429 494 938 1126 1340 1585 1803 2025 2321 2646 Note: Minimum radial loads are necessary for satisfactory rolling bearing operation. 32 45 62 76 25 lb. 16 . where inertia forces and friction from the lubricant may cause damaging sliding –rather than rolling–movements between the rollers and raceways. This is particularly true for roller bearings running at high speeds.Minimum radial load requirements Cylindrical roller bearings 200 EC series Bearing 204 205 206 207 208 minimum radial load required @ 900 rpm 1800 rpm 3600 rpm 24 lb.

17 . This is particularly true for roller bearings running at high speeds. 43 59 76 84 309 310 311 312 313 115 143 197 216 240 124 156 216 239 266 319 320 321 322 324 524 603 670 764 914 606 704 788 907 1097 314 315 316 317 318 326 328 330 332 334 336 338 340 280 322 367 415 467 1084 1248 1454 1688 1924 2117 2468 2676 314 364 417 475 537 31 lb. 46 65 84 95 141 182 254 285 320 382 448 517 593 678 1316 1515 1790 2110 2426 2646 Note: Minimum radial loads are necessary for satisfactory rolling bearing operation.Minimum radial load requirements Cylindrical roller bearings 300 EC series Bearing 304 305 306 307 308 minimum radial load required @ 900 rpm 1800 rpm 3600 rpm 28 lb. 41 56 72 79 29 lb. where inertia forces and friction from the lubricant may cause damaging sliding –rather than rolling–movements between the rollers and raceways.

600 4. . .000 12.55 oz.25 oz.000 hr 19. .000 15.200 hr 9.600 2.500 14.600 9. like polyurea.000 9. .000 7.000 hr 13.200 14.000 11.500 8.200 8.100 14.250 8.400 14.500 3600 rpm 12.500 13.500 6214 6215 6216 6217 6218 . The grease is also recommended for applications where long life is required.500 12.500 10. With LGHP 2.38 oz. (High temperature greases. .000 interval @ 1800 rpm 14. Reduce the interval by half for each 27°F above 160°F. Unlike many polyurea-based greases. LGHP 2 is the factory fill grease used in SKF bearings under the designation GXN. Each batch is blended and selected for consistency and adherence to quietness standards.500 1.43 oz.250 6209 6210 6211 6212 6213 6219 6220 . .74 oz.300 16. can operate for longer periods of time than those listed above.200 17. . 18 .23 oz.15 oz.000 8.100 18. .500 5.19 oz.150 16.800 14.000 7.600 14.Grease relube recommendation Deep groove ball bearings 6200 series Bearing quantity 6204 6205 6206 6207 6208 .000 1.10 oz.750 7.000 3.200 900 650 Note: The relubrication intervals shown are based on a good quality lithium based grease at a maximum temperature of 160°F.900 5.300 4.28 oz.33 oz. .400 16. . . LGHP 2 ball and roller bearing grease LGHP 2 is a polyurea-based grease designed for use in electric motors.84 oz.65 oz. .200 10. or for vertical applications.800 8.47 oz.12 oz. users can often avoid compatibility problems when relubricating bearings.) Lubricate more often in applications where there is a risk of heavy solid and chemical contamination.50 oz. 900 rpm 16. which are inherently noisy during operation.000 6. LGHP 2 meets strict SKF noise requirements. 20. .95 oz.500 11.200 2.250 16. . 15. Consult manufacturer or SKF application engineering for details.

1.100 14.500 12.250 16.000 6. .200 hr 9.54 oz.000 1. or for vertical applications.000 3600 rpm 12.26 oz.500 8.000 7.300 4. . 1.40 oz.03 oz.000 3.21 oz. 1.000 11. 900 rpm 20. .200 8.72 oz. . 1.200 17.500 1.500 14.150 16. can operate for longer periods of time than those listed above. .500 10.000 interval @ 1800 rpm 14.200 7.200 10.000 12.500 13.39 oz.250 14.800 8.81 oz.900 5.32 oz. Consult manufacturer or SKF application engineering for details.) Lubricate more often in applications where there is a risk of heavy solid and chemical contamination.63 oz.100 18.250 8. .000 8.000 hr 13.200 2.600 2.600 4.800 14. . .14 oz. 1.26 oz. 6314 6315 6316 6317 6318 .500 5. 6309 6310 6311 6312 6313 6319 6320 .16 oz.600 15.600 9.000 15.Grease relube recommendation Deep groove ball bearings 6300 series Bearing quantity 6304 6305 6306 6307 6308 . .400 14. Reduce the interval by half for each 27°F above 160°F.500 16.92 oz. 19 .300 16.500 Note: The relubrication intervals shown are based on a good quality lithium based grease at a maximum temperature of 160°F. like polyurea.000 hr 19.000 9.57 oz.750 7.400 16. (High temperature greases.500 11.200 14.46 oz.12 oz.

. 12.65 oz.000 5.700 2. Consult manufacturer or SKF application engineering for details. . or for vertical applications.000 11.) Lubricate more often in applications where there is a risk of heavy solid and chemical contamination.Grease relube recommendation Cylindrical roller bearings N.500 3. .28 oz.10 oz. . . .000 interval @ 1800 rpm 10.500 9.50 oz.500 4.19 oz.15 oz.000 209 210 211 212 213 219 220 . 15.33 oz.000 2.74 oz. .500 5.000 hr 14. .400 900 800 700 500 200 Note: The relubrication intervals shown are based on a good quality lithium based grease at a maximum temperature of 160°F.500 9.47 oz. NU 200 EC series Bearing quantity 900 rpm 204 205 206 207 208 .500 14. .25 oz. 10. .500 10.400 2. 20 .500 3.500 8.500 6.000 13.500 7.95 oz.500 2.38 oz. NJ.700 1.55 oz.500 12.23 oz. Reduce the interval by half for each 27°F above 160°F.000 3.000 6. .000 2.000 4.100 1.500 8.000 214 215 216 217 218 .000 9.250 10.12 oz.750 8.100 3600 rpm 5. .000 3.43 oz.500 4.500 11.500 13. (High temperature greases.000 hr 9.000 10.000 8. can operate for longer periods of time than those listed above.000 hr 4.84 oz.000 7. . .

700 1.500 9. .400 900 2.54 oz.500 14. 1.100 1. . Reduce the interval by half for each 27°F above 160°F. .000 4.500 13. NJ.000 3.500 7. .39 oz.500 2. or for vertical applications.000 12. .500 4.63 oz.100 Note: The relubrication intervals shown are based on a good quality lithium based grease at a maximum temperature of 160°F. .000 11.500 3.000 hr 9.26 oz. 1.57 oz. .92 oz. 21 . Consult manufacturer or SKF application engineering for details.000 6.000 8.500 8.40 oz.500 10.500 9.500 11.Grease relube recommendation Cylindrical roller bearings N.400 2.000 3.14 oz. 900 rpm 15.250 10.12 oz.500 3. 314 315 316 317 318 . NU 300 EC series Bearing quantity 304 305 306 307 308 .26 oz.32 oz.000 3600 rpm 5.000 hr 4.000 9.03 oz.) Lubricate more often in applications where there is a risk of heavy solid and chemical contamination.46 oz.000 interval @ 1800 rpm 10.000 8.700 2. (High temperature greases.000 5.750 10.81 oz.000 13. 309 310 311 312 313 319 320 .500 8. . . 1.000 hr 14.000 10. can operate for longer periods of time than those listed above. 1.000 7.500 4.500 6.500 5.500 12. 1.000 2.72 oz.16 oz.21 oz.

309 98.836 6.608 6.367 107.548 75.251 68.030 56.577 87.429 90.284 98.697 98.304 91.361 6.359 6.889 cage train freq.348 98.831 59.157 ball defect freq.884 50.863 84.488 88.082 97.821 6.745 88.590 104.621 67.422 51.932 6.863 6.381 96.119 107.902 105.111 94.625 6.633 98.503 90.566 66.106 90.049 68.208 66.SKF vibration data @ 1000 rpm inner ring rotation Deep groove ball bearings 6200 series Bearing MRC MRC MRC MRC MRC MRC MRC MRC 6200 6201 6202 6203 6204 6205 6206 6206* 6207 6207* 6208 6209 6209* 6210 6211 6212 6213 6213* 6214 6214* 6215 6215* 6216 6216 6217 6217 6218 6219 6220 6221 6222 6224 6226 6228 6230 6232 inner ring defect freq.449 82.831 50.(Hz) 50.750 59.602 6.716 115.548 99.526 114.809 6.771 69.962 94.069 94.637 90.379 99.540 74.580 77.633 98.111 *Old design.909 6.970 107.596 6.840 88.840 87.988 68.345 98.986 67.495 61.575 76. no longer produced 22 outer ring defect freq.986 89.797 6.479 6.733 107.765 77.039 71.464 90.833 7.338 98.349 6.470 51.452 98.696 88.061 6.639 6.782 71.408 76.980 94.560 59.870 59.821 6.908 6.934 75.242 82.300 76.007 89.970 61.183 77.696 75.452 98.357 68.330 90.578 81.367 68.333 84.388 78.758 .(Hz) 6.808 85.830 6.581 98.756 6.995 68.793 42.333 89.354 6.229 96.086 67.904 59.530 81.870 6.214 67.793 6.900 76.488 6.367 68.259 107.502 82.970 68.841 6.334 115.(Hz) 66.649 107.594 89.424 50.214 68.555 91.976 7.456 66.914 6.250 90.040 87.073 7.031 6.505 88.833 6.855 6.(Hz) 82.908 6.797 6.

026 43.894 51.786 81.213 51.026 55.252 73.267 82.199 50.368 6.419 6.633 6.153 82.424 51.(Hz) 46.767 73.330 66.729 69.100 90.378 6.234 6.942 51.909 81.(Hz) 33.637 66.025 82.201 outer ring defect freq.611 43.084 69.633 56.492 51.060 6.195 42.653 5.(Hz) 5.028 6.731 67.349 6.307 73.877 68.842 81.362 6.383 6.792 50.980 81.450 6.273 50.941 52.500 67.632 82.967 65.067 51.353 51.035 51.711 69.899 42.472 74.427 69.529 6.(Hz) 66.598 51.419 42.548 51.460 46.035 68. no longer produced 23 .128 6.148 6.409 6.374 78.061 81.368 6.523 6.443 6.582 58.968 68.796 42.912 50.180 51.755 82.853 *Old design.091 73.436 6.542 82.061 82.400 6.273 51.402 6.799 cage train freq.326 6.122 81.081 66.023 66.526 6.391 82.134 82.330 68.428 6.204 74.233 59.182 52.121 82.644 ball defect freq.325 67.641 50.211 52.389 6.736 82.130 59.545 58.409 6.192 61.392 81.179 67.440 82.919 33.SKF vibration data @ 1000 rpm inner ring rotation Deep groove ball bearings 6300 series Bearing 6300 6301 6302 6303 6304 6305 6306 6307 MRC 6307* 6308 6309 MRC 6309* 6310 6311 6312 6313 6314 6315 6316 6317 6318 6319 6320 6321 6322 6324 6326 6328 6330 inner ring defect freq.722 73.130 6.151 81.976 66.724 73.247 73.

906 112.051 86.790 6.934 7.215 106.126 7.366 138.167 129.455 104.914 88.936 119.996 112.545 71.495 6.382 119.419 115.137 163.872 163.068 7.062 95.887 129.022 7.636 96.033 7.500 87.392 120.977 6.149 7.397 163.186 163.563 119.951 163.462 95.218 106.125 6.769 7.337 70.530 119.443 104.522 180.218 105.500 111.240 171.731 6.093 128.739 180.893 115.485 6.653 111.838 180.439 6.943 120.039 154.(Hz) 71.462 82.272 137. NU 200 EC series Bearing 202 203 204 205 206 111.628 111.008 112.077 7.033 7.833 71.720 roller defect freq.829 136.818 6.191 108.941 163. NJ.563 207 208 209 210 211 217 218 219 220 222 224 226 228 230 232 24 inner ring defect freq.446 87.928 136.771 163.301 212 213 214 215 216 155.455 69.055 107.(Hz) 71.064 7.585 113.996 7.SKF vibration data @ 1000 rpm inner ring rotation Cylindrical roller bearings N.331 104.812 135.135 7.437 119.724 163.261 128.013 cage train freq.739 171.097 105.148 120.304 119.013 103.992 154.154 7.668 101.880 .055 7.542 106.(Hz) 6.048 7.029 163.879 145.465 114.879 83.885 6.159 99.(Hz) outer ring defect freq.

485 86.140 6.068 139.934 86.517 130.608 94.(Hz) 302 303 304 305 306 94.833 78.599 94.828 307 308 309 310 311 317 318 319 320 322 324 326 328 330 332 120.661 6.862 86.788 86.SKF vibration data @ 1000 rpm inner ring rotation Cylindrical roller bearings N.788 79.684 6.770 138.943 63.500 121.839 94.615 6.729 83.774 139.314 129.566 6.687 6.483 69.629 62.912 83.442 129.680 80.912 78.892 86.(Hz) roller defect freq.664 80.633 6.733 130.545 74.997 84.716 6.867 79.892 94. NJ.638 6.397 75.785 70.739 138.641 79.263 6.359 312 313 314 315 316 129.555 82.211 138.653 6.746 77.182 129.030 86.774 130.643 6.725 138.224 86.353 86.563 80.439 6.299 86.279 6.278 80.367 139.693 6.381 78.325 25 .733 6.942 84.212 130.029 84.256 86.619 121.881 112.037 103.(Hz) 6.758 6.773 6.737 104.303 129.077 129.553 58.083 78.928 85.263 62.723 6.757 6.805 130.816 86.(Hz) 55.122 94. NU 300 EC series Bearing inner ring defect freq.889 outer ring defect freq.444 cage train freq.595 94.684 6.036 78.470 6.947 62.684 6.265 81.896 94.682 6.761 80.

RSH DB DF DT 3. 26 ABMA 10 6 3 18 2Z N 2 3 1 5 6 symbols C3 4 description ABMA/5 = SKF exc. two seals) duplex back-to-back duplex face-to-face duplex tandem 8 7 GJN 10 9 . SKF 90 XX18 Bore diameter Bearing type BC BL BN BA BT 6XXX XXX 7XXX CD 7XXX CC 7XXX ACD 7XXX B 00 02 03 04 X0XX X2XX X3XX X4XX X J Y.ABMAdSKF Product number comparison 90 BC 03 J PP N 3 0 X 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1. Cage type 5. K M J Y M X P E RR UU TT Z RS. 2. two shields) (EE ’ 2RS. 17 = XX03 15 = XX02 12 = XX01 10 = XX00 Conrad maximum capacity angular contact (15°) angular contact (12°) angular contact (25°) angular contact (40°) extra light light medium heavy any type pressed steel pressed brass machined brass Seals/shields or duplex mounting character separator (PP ’ 2Z. Dimension series 4.RS1.

ABMA SKF N A N NB Snap ring and groove G C 7. ISO P7 ABEC 3. Special features 10 9 groove without ring groove without ring on same side as seal/shield groove with ring groove with ring on same side as seal/shield normal clearance tighter than C2 tighter than normal looser than normal looser than C3 looser than C4 Tolerance class 7 description C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 8.ABMAdSKF Product number comparison 90 BC 03 J PP N 3 0 X 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6. ABEC1. 10 NR NBR Radial clearance/preload 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 18 2Z N 2 3 1 5 6 symbols C3 4 7 8 9 GA GB GC 0 6 5 4 2 P6 P5 P4 P9A normal. 8 GJN light preload medium preload heavy preload any slush or grease refer to manufacturer (consult SKF Engineering) heat stabilized to 150° C heat stabilized to 200° C 27 . ISO P5 ABEC 7. ISO P4 ABEC 9 X A - X26 X27 X28 S0 S1 9 Lubricant 10. ISO P6 ABEC 5.

Equivalent viscosities for 100˚F and 210˚F are shown.Comparative Viscosity Classifications Viscosity equivalents Kinematic viscosities mm2/s at 40˚C 2000 Saybolt viscosities mm2/s at 100˚C 800 400 40 680 30 200 460 100 10 9 8 7 5 20 4 8A 140W 7 220 5 100 68 4 3 32 22 90W 40W 30W 80W 2 1000 800 85W 600 500 400 300 1 200 10W 75W 5W 100 70 10 60 7 50 5 4 3 5 40 3 35 2 2 32 Viscosities based on 95 VI single-grade oils. SAE 90 to 250 and 20 to 50 specified at 210˚F (100˚C). 28 100 90 80 70 60 55 50 45 150 80 8 6 200 3000 1500 50W 20W 46 300 2000 15 10 SUS/210˚F 6000 5000 4000 8 6 6 30 8000 320 150 50 40 SUS/100˚F 250W 1000 20 60 SAE grades gear oils 10000 50 300 80 SAE grades crankcase oils 1500 600 500 AGMA grades 70 60 1000 ISO VG 40 . AGMA grades are specified at 100˚F. 80W. ISO grades are specified at 40˚ C. SAE 75W. Comparison of various viscosity classification methods NOTE: ISO mineral lubricants are recommended over SAE and AGMA lubricants for centrifugal pump applications. and 5 and 10W specified at low temperature (below -17˚F = 0˚C). 85W.

INSOCOAT bearings are 100% performance tested to 1. Conventional motor bearings get “fried” by the electrical current passing through them. SKF USA Inc.000 V DC with a minimum ohmic resistance of 50 MΩ and available for shaft diameters up to 155 mm.skfusa. www. INSOCOAT bearings are treated with a sealant that resists humid environments. The SKF® solution is INSOCOAT® inverter-duty bearings that require no rework prior to mounting.Prolong your life The life of your electric motors— with INSOCOAT® bearings from SKF®.com . heat and chemicals. These drop-in replacement bearings feature a coating of aluminum oxide on the inner or outer ring. In addition. The result is premature failure and high maintenance costs. providing an insulating barrier which prevents electrical current from causing microscopic “melting” of the bearing.

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