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Aerospace Bearing Part Numbering Guide Timken FAA-TSO C-149

Aerospace Bearing Part Numbering Guide

Aerospace Bearing Part Numbering Guide Timken FAA-TSO C-149
Aerospace Bearing Part Numbering Guide Timken FAA-TSO C-149
Aerospace Bearing Part Numbering Guide Timken FAA-TSO C-149

Timken FAA-TSO C-149

2

TAble OF COnTenTS

Introduction

3

Miniature and Instrument Aircraft Bearing Classification

4

Thin-Section and Torque-Tube Aircraft Bearing Classification

6

Miniature and Thin-Section Nomenclature

8

Bearing Family 1 Deep-groove, radial-retainer, inch and metric design

11

Bearing Family 2 Angular-contact, non-separable

14

Bearing Family 3 Angular-contact, separable

17

Bearing Family 4 Deep-groove, full-complement

19

Bearing Family 5 Deep-groove, radial-retainer, narrow series

21

Bearing Family 6 Deep-groove, radial-retainer, modified dimension

23

Bearing Family 7 Thin-section/torque-tube, Conrad series

25

Bearing Family 8 Thin-section/torque-tube, angular-contact series

28

Bearing Family 9 Thin-section/torque-tube, fractured-race series

31

Appendix

33

3

InTrOduCTIOn

3 InTrOduCTIOn This part number guide is designed to help you identify and specify Timken bearings

This part number guide is designed to help you identify and specify Timken bearings available under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Technical Standard Order (TSO) C-149. This often is a replacement for an original part. By following the steps within this guide, you may determine a suitable bearing for your specific application. As always, your Timken sales engineer is only a phone call away.

Warning

Warning

Failure to observe the following warnings could create a risk of death or serious injury.

Proper maintenance and handling practices are critical. Always follow installation instructions and maintain proper lubrication.

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MInIATure And InSTruMenT AIrCrAFT beArIng ClASSIFICATIOn

4 MInIATure And InSTruMenT AIrCrAFT beArIng ClASSIFICATIOn Fig. i. Faa approval letter – families 1-6. Miniature-

Fig. i. Faa approval letter – families 1-6.

ClASSIFICATIOn Fig. i. Faa approval letter – families 1-6. Miniature- and instrument-type aircraft bearings are divided

Miniature- and instrument-type aircraft bearings are divided into six families in this guide. Specific part number, boundary dimension, design properties and performance properties for each family are defined in the tables. To begin specification of a part, determining the appropriate family by visual identification or typical application is helpful.

Family 1 – Deep-groove, radial-retainer, inch and metric design

Family 2 – Angular-contact, non-separable

Family 3 – Angular-contact, separable

Family 4 – Deep-groove, full-complement

Family 5 – Deep-groove, radial-retainer, narrow series

Family 6 – Deep-groove, radial-retainer, modified dimension

5

5 Family 1 Family 2 Family 3 Fig. ii. Miniature and instrument bearing family visual identification.

Family 1

5 Family 1 Family 2 Family 3 Fig. ii. Miniature and instrument bearing family visual identification.

Family 2

5 Family 1 Family 2 Family 3 Fig. ii. Miniature and instrument bearing family visual identification.

Family 3

Fig. ii. Miniature and instrument bearing family visual identification.

and instrument bearing family visual identification. Family 4 Family 5 Family 6 taBle i. Miniature and

Family 4

instrument bearing family visual identification. Family 4 Family 5 Family 6 taBle i. Miniature and instruMent

Family 5

Family 6

taBle i. Miniature and instruMent typical applications

Typical Applications

Family

Family

Family

Family

Family

Family

Note

1

2

3

4

5

6

Air data sensor

X

       

X

X

APU intake door actuator

 

X

       

X

Control column stall warning shaker

X

         

X

Controller mechanism

X

         

X

Differential assembly servo

X

         

X

Elec. mech. rotary actuator flow meter

X

         

X

Front angle of attack synchro

X

         

X

Fuel control

X

         

X

Fuel control comp. discharge

X

         

X

Fuel control comp. discharge press sensor

X

         

X

Fuel flow indicator

X

         

X

Fuel flow transmitter

         

X

X

Gear train assembly servo

X

         

X

General aviation directional & attitude gyros

X

X

     

X

X

Horizon situation indicator (HIS)

X

         

X

Lift transducer

X

         

X

Mech. assembly inlet TX

X

         

X

Overboard air exhaust valve

X

         

X

Power failure detector motor press sensor

X

         

X

Pressure outflow control valve

X

       

X

X

Receiver synchro

X

         

X

Servo

X

         

X

Rate gyro

X

         

X

Tachometer motor

X

         

X

Vertical gyro

         

X

X

Note: Components often fall into multiple families, and some may not be listed here. If your component does not appear to match a typical family or appears visually different, contact your Timken sales engineer for assistance.

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ThIn-SeCTIOn And TOrque-Tube InSTruMenT ClASSIFICATIOn

6 ThIn-SeCTIOn And TOrque-Tube InSTruMenT ClASSIFICATIOn Fig. iii. Faa approval letter – families 7-9. Thin-section and

Fig. iii. Faa approval letter – families 7-9.

Fig. iii. Faa approval letter – families 7-9. Thin-section and torque-tube instrument ball-type aircraft

Thin-section and torque-tube instrument ball-type aircraft bearings are divided into three families in this drawing. Specific part number, boundary dimension, design properties and performance properties for each family are defined in the drawing supplements. To begin specification of a part, determining the appropriate family by visual identification or typical application is required.

Family 7 – Thin-section/torque-tube, Conrad series

Family 8 – Thin-section/torque-tube, angular-contact series

Family 9 – Thin-section/torque-tube, fractured-race series

9 – Thin-section/torque-tube, fractured-race series Family 7 Family 8 Family 9 Fig. iV. thin-section and

Family 7

Family 8

Family 9

Fig. iV. thin-section and torque-tube bearing family visual identification.

7

taBle ii. thin-section and torque-tuBe typical applications

Typical Applications

Family

Family

Family

Note

7

8

9

Air mix valve

     

X

APU

     

X

APU alternator drive pads

     

X

APU fan shaft

     

X

APU generator pad

     

X

APU H.P. shaft compressor

     

X

APU high-speed pinion

     

X

APU L.P. compressor

     

X

APU main shaft roller

     

X

APU mainshaft

     

X

APU starter & fuel control idler

     

X

APU starter pad

     

X

APU starter shaft

     

X

APU tower shaft

     

X

APU tower shaft & idler

     

X

APU turbine

     

X

APU turbine, HP & LP

     

X

Auxiliary hydraulic pump system

     

X

Carousel

     

X

Constant speed drive

     

X

Elevator feel control arm assembly

     

X

Engine thrust reverser - actuator

     

X

Flap actuator

X

X

X

X

Fuel control

     

X

Generator pad

     

X

Integrated drive generator

     

X

JT3D engine

     

X

JT9D engine fuel control

   

X

X

Leading edge actuator

     

X

Pneumatic starter JT9D engine

     

X

Roller transmission assembly

     

X

Shut-off valve

     

X

Thrust reverser

     

X

Thrust reverser actuator

     

X

Track roller, turbine thrust reverser

     

X

Note: Components often fall into multiple families, and some may not be listed here. If your component does not appear to match a typical family or appears visually different, contact your Timken sales engineer for assistance.

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Miniature Bearing Part Numbering for Families 1 through 6

Torque: (Applicable to miniature sizes) Q Features: Q followed by a number indicates peak starting
Torque: (Applicable to miniature sizes)
Q
Features:
Q followed by a number indicates peak starting torque
limit in hundreds of mg•mm.
H
single shield
For example, Q14 indicates a bearing with less than
HH double shield
1400
mg•mm peak starting torque.
Z
single seal
V
ZZ double seal
V followed by a number indicates peak running torque
limit in hundreds of mg•mm.
E
extended inner ring (1)
For example, V13 indicates a bearing with less than
(1) This symbol, indicating variations
1300
mg•mm peak running torque. Torque is measured
in dimensions may appear follow-
ing other feature codes above.
Material:
under a 75 gram thrust load for bearings having an
O.D. of 3/8 in. or less. Larger cataloged bearings are
measured under a test load of 400 grams.
S
AISI 44C stainless-steel
C
SAE 52100 chrome steel
U
AISI 440C SST + ceramic balls
E
SAE 52100 + ceramic balls
Radial Play:
Preloaded Pairs:
N
Beryillum Copper
P
P followed by numbers indicates radial play
range in ten-thousandths of an inch.
Examples:
P28 indicates radial play of 0.0002 in. to 0.0008 in.
Flange:
F
flanged bearing,
P58 indicates radial play of 0.0005 in. to 0.0008 in.
P515 indicates radial play of 0.0005 in. to 0.0015 in.
miniature product
DB back-to-back mounting
DF face-to-face mounting
DT tandem mounting
Numbers following letter code
indicate nominal preload or
preload range in pounds.
S
418
F
C
H 7
LG31
Q13
S
R4A
MC
– 5
P38
LYC5
ZDM
DB10
Bearing Size:
Tolerance:
Dimensional Coding:
This number designates the
basic envelope dimensions
of the bearing.
5
ABEC 5P
Z
O
graded O.D.’s only
7
ABEC 7P
Z
B
graded bores only
Z
D
Z DM
graded O.D.’s and bores
graded for preloaded pairs
Type:
Lubrication:
No Symbol full ball complement
C
crown-type stainless-steel retainer
LD no lubrication or dry bearings
L0 followed by a number indicates
specified oil lubrication
LG followed by a number indicates
other specified grease lubrication
LY followed by a number indicates
other Timken-approved lubricants
L0V or LYV followed by a number
indicates specified oil to be vacuum
impregnated into the retainer
L0C or LYC followed by a number
indicates specified oil to be used
and the bearing centrifuged
LGF or LYF followed by a number
indicates film of a specific grease
having matched O.D.’s
and bores
Standard dimensional grading is in
increments of 0.0001 in. “X” prefix
for 0.000050 in. increments
M
non-separable, phenolic retainer
MB
separable inner ring, phenolic retainer
MC
one-piece snap-type phenolic retainer
MCJ
one-piece snap-type self-lubricating retainer
MCK
one-piece molded snap-type Minapar II ® retainer
MCX
one-piece snap-type self-lubricating retainer
MR
non-separable, full ball complement
R
ribbon-type stainless-steel retainer

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Thin-Section Bearing Part Numbering for Families 7 through 9

Features 2: Torque: (Applicable to miniature sizes) H single shield Q HH double shield Z
Features 2:
Torque: (Applicable to miniature sizes)
H
single shield
Q
HH double shield
Z
single seal
Q followed by a number indicates peak starting torque
limit in hundreds of mg•mm.
For example, Q14 indicates a bearing with less than
ZZ double seal
1400
mg•mm peak starting torque.
E
extended inner ring (1)
V
(1) This symbol, indicating variations
in dimensions may appear follow-
ing other feature codes above.
V followed by a number indicates peak running torque
limit in hundreds of mg•mm.
For example, V13 indicates a bearing with less than
1300
mg•mm peak running torque. Torque is measured
under a 75 gram thrust load for bearings having an
O.D. of 3/8 in. or less. Larger cataloged bearings are
measured under a test load of 400 grams.
Material:
S
AISI 44C stainless-steel
C
SAE 52100 chrome steel
Radial Play:
U
AISI 440C SST + ceramic balls
Preloaded Pairs:
P
P followed by numbers indicates radial play
E
SAE 52100 + ceramic balls
range in ten-thousandths of an inch.
P000 P000 indicates standard contact angle
P000 P000 followed by numbers in parenthesis
indicates contact angle range
Features 1:
B
fractured outer ring
Examples:
DB back-to-back mounting
DF face-to-face mounting
DT tandem mounting
Numbers following letter code
indicate nominal preload or
preload range in pounds.
I
integral shield
P28 indicates radial play of 0.0002 in. to 0.0008 in.
A
alternate undersize ball
P000(515) indicates contact angle of 5˚ to 15˚
S
88-100
BI
S
H
7
P000
LG31
Q13
S
1014
MC
5
P38
LYC5
ZDM
DB10
Bearing Size:
Tolerance:
Dimensional Coding:
This number designates the
basic envelope dimensions
of the bearing.
5
ABEC 5P (1) , 5T, or 5F
Z
O
graded O.D.’s only
ABEC 7P (1) , 7T, or 7F
depending on ring size
(1) applicable to sizes
7
Z
B
graded bores only
Z
D
Z DM
graded O.D.’s and bores
graded for preloaded pairs
Type:
Lubrication:
No Symbol full ball complement
M
non-separable, phenolic retainer
LD no lubrication or dry bearings
L0 followed by a number indicates
having matched O.D.’s
and bores
Standard dimensional grading is in
increments of 0.0001 in. “X” prefix
for 0.000050 in. increments
MC
one-piece snap-type phenolic retainer
MCK one-piece molded snap-type Minapar II ® retainer
MR
non-separable, full ball complement
MSO angular contact, non-separable, PTFE toroids
MT
angular contact, non-separable aluminum
bronze retainer
ST PTFE slug separators
MCT one-piece snap-type aluminum bronze retainer
MS
angular contact, non-separable stainless-steel
retainer
S
angular contact, non-separable stainless-steel
retainer
specified oil lubrication
LG followed by a number indicates
other specified grease lubrication
LY followed by a number indicates
other Timken-approved lubricants
L0V or LYV followed by a number
indicates specified oil to be vacuum
impregnated into the retainer
L0C or LYC followed by a number
indicates specified oil to be used
and the bearing centrifuged
LGF or LYF followed by a number
indicates film of a specific grease

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S R3 F MC E 7 P28 L01
S
R3
F
MC
E
7
P28
L01

FAMIly 1

deep-grOOve, rAdIAl-reTAIner, InCh And MeTrIC deSIgn

To build your TSO part number in

this family of bearings, follow the

steps shown here. Detailed steps are

provided for this family to aid you in

the specification process.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Fig. 1a. Family 1 part number example.

step 1 specify Material code

Go to table 1a. The majority of bearings listed under this family are manufactured from either 440C stainless steel or 52100 steel.

For the example, we will choose “U,” which is 440C rings and silicon- nitride balls.

step 2

specify size

Boundary dimensions for all bearings included in this family are shown in tables 1b and 1c.

For this example, we will determine that basic size “R3” meets our required boundary dimensions.

step 4 specify retainer type

The standard retainer type for each basic bearing is shown in table 1a. Other retainer types listed in the table may be applied.

We will choose a one-piece, machined, snap-type crown, phenolic, so we add “MC” to our part number.

step 5 speciFy Features

Table 1a shows designations for seals, shields and other features.

For our example, we will choose a wide inner ring and add designation “E” to the part number.

step 3

step 6

specify Flange

specify tolerance

Bearings that are flanged have the flange diameter and width noted in tables 1b and 1c; all others are not flanged.

Our “R3” bearing does have a flange, so an “F” is noted.

The available ABEC classes are noted for each basic bearing in table 1a.

Our example bearing will be “ABEC 7,” so we will add a “7” to the part number.

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step 7 specify radial internal clearance

Standard radial clearance of 0.0051 mm to 0.0203 mm (0.0002 in. to 0.0008 in.) applies to this family. Alternate radial clearance ranges are available.

step 8 specify any supplementary requirements

Possible supplemental options are shown in table 1a. Coding for the possible options may be found in the Appendix (page 31).

We will specify a duplex pair with back-to-back mounting. This is added to the part number as “DB.”

Our bearing will have standard clearance, with part number code “P28.”

 

taBle 1a.

 
 

Material

Size

Flange

 

Retainer Type

 

Feature

Tolerance

 

Radial Internal

Supplementary

   

Clearance

if Required

C

= 52100 chromium- alloy steel rings and balls

See

F = flanged bearing

C

= one-piece, pressed, snap-type crown, stainless-steel

H

= single shield

5

= ABEC 5P

 

P28 = standard radial internal clearance of

0.0002 to 0.0008 in. (0.00508 to 0.02032 mm)

Lubricant

tables

   

other than

1b &

1c

No = non-

HH = double shield

Z

= single seal

7

= ABEC 7P

standard

D

= 52100 chromium- alloy steel rings and titanium- carbide coated balls

code

flanged

MC = one-piece, machined, snap-type crown, phenolic

 

Specific

bearing

ZZ = double seal

torque

 

E

= wide inner

requirement

MCD

= one-piece, machined, snap-type crown, acetal resin

ring

P

= indicates

alternate radial

Bore & O.D. size coding

E

= 52100 chromium- alloy steel rings and silicon- nitride balls

OH = single shield on side

clearance (1)

Duplex pair

MCJ

= one-piece,

 

opposite flange

 

designation

machined,

snap-type crown,

OZ = single seal on side opposite

flange

S

= 440C stainless- steel rings and balls

PGM-HT

MCK

= one-piece, molded, snap-type crown, glass reinforced nylon

No = open bearing

T

= 440C stainless- steel rings and

Code

(no shields or seals)

titanium-carbide coated balls

MCP

= one-piece, machined, snap-type crown, Salox M

 

U

= 440C stainless- steel rings and silicon-nitride balls

R

= two-piece, pressed, ribbon-type, stainless-steel

 

ST = tube type, Teflon

(1) P followed by 2 to 4 digits indicates radial internal clearance range. For example our standard radial internal clearance of P28 indicates a radial internal clearance of 0.0002 to 0.0008 in. Alternate radial internal clearance ranges are available. For radial internal clearance ranges outside the standard range or less than half this range, consult your Timken sales engineer.

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W r D B Fig. 1b. non-flanged equal width.
W
r
D
B
Fig. 1b. non-flanged
equal width.
W FW r D B FD Broken Corners
W
FW
r
D
B
FD
Broken Corners

Fig. 1c. Flanged equal width.

W I W O r D B Fig. 1d. non-flanged extended inner.
W
I
W
O
r
D
B
Fig. 1d. non-flanged
extended inner.
W I W O r D B FD
W
I
W
O
r
D
B
FD

Broken Corners

Fig. 1e. Flanged extended inner.

taBle 1b. Boundary diMensions, Miniature and instruMent Ball Bearings, deep-grooVe, radial-retainer (inch)

 

Diameters

Open Bearings

 

Shielded Bearings

     

Load Ratings

Basic

 

Flange

Equal

Extended

Flange

Equal Width

Extended

Flange

Radius (1)

Ball

Ball

Static

 

Bore

O.D.

Comple-

 

Size

O.D.

Width

Inner

Width

Inner

Width

 

Size

 

Silicone

Dynamic

B

D

Rings

Ring

Rings

Ring

r

ment

Radial

Nitride

 

FD

W i and W o

W

i

FW

W i and W o

W

i

FD

Balls

 
 

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

 

mm

N

N

N

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

lbf

lbf

lbf

2

1.016

3.175

4.343

1.191

1.984

0.330

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.08

5

0.64

11

7

59

0.0400

0.1250

0.1710

0.0469

0.0781

0.0130

0.0030

0.025

2

2

13

25

1.191

3.967

5.156

1.588

2.380

0.330

2.380

3.175

0.787

0.076

 

0.79

16

11

100

0.0469

0.1562

0.2030

0.0625

0.0937

0.0130

0.0937

0.1250

0.0310

0.0030

6

1/32

4

2

22

3c

1.397

4.763

5.944

1.984

2.779

0.584

2.779

3.571

0.787

0.076

 

1.19

34

23

177

0.0550

0.1875

0.2340

0.0781

0.1094

0.0230

0.1094

0.1406

0.0310

0.0030

5

3/64

8

5

40

3r

1.397

4.763

5.944

1.984

2.779

0.584

2.779

3.571

0.787

0.076

6

1.00

26

17

151

0.0550

0.1875

0.2340

0.0781

0.1094

0.0230

0.1094

0.1406

0.0310

0.0030

0.039

6

4

34

4C

1.984

6.350

7.518

2.380

3.175

0.584

3.571

4.364

0.787

0.076

 

1.59

57

39

287

0.0781

0.2500

0.2960

0.0937

0.1250

0.0230

0.1406

0.1718

0.0310

0.0030

5

1/16

13

9

65

4R

1.984

6.350

7.518

2.380

3.175

0.584

3.571

4.364

0.787

0.076

8

1.00

45

27

199

0.0781

0.2500

0.2960

0.0937

0.1250

0.0230

0.1406

0.1718

0.0310

0.0030

0.039

10

6

45

3332c

2.380

4.763

5.944

1.588

2.380

0.457

   

0.076

 

0.79

22

14

118

0.0937

0.1875

0.2340

0.0625

0.0937

0.0180

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.0030

7

1/32

5

3

26

3332chh

2.380

4.763

5.944

N/A

N/A

N/A

2.380

3.175

0.787

0.076

8

0.64

17

10

85

0.0937

0.1875

0.2340

0.0937

0.1250

0.0310

0.0030

0.025

4

2

19

3332r

2.380

4.763

5.944

1.588

2.380

0.457

2.380

3.175

0.787

0.076

 

0.79

25

15

128

0.0937

0.1875

0.2340

0.0625

0.0937

0.0180

0.0937

0.1250

0.0310

0.0030

8

1/32

6

3

29

5

2.380

7.938

9.119

2.779

3.571

0.584

3.571

4.364

0.787

0.127

 

1.59

79

49

365

0.0937

0.3125

0.3590

0.1094

0.1406

0.0230

0.1406

0.1718

0.0310

0.0050

6

1/16

18

11

82

418c

3.175

6.350

7.518

2.380

3.175

0.584

2.771

3.571

0.787

0.076

7

1.00

39

24

182

0.1250

0.2500

0.2960

0.0937

0.1250

0.0230

0.1091

0.1406

0.0310

0.0030

0.039

9

5

41

418r

3.175

6.350

7.518

2.380

3.175

0.584

2.779

3.571

0.787

0.076

8

1.00

45

27

199

0.1250

0.2500

0.2960

0.0937

0.1250

0.0230

0.1094

0.1406

0.0310

0.0030

0.039

10

6

45

518

3.175

7.938

9.119

2.771

3.571

0.584

3.571

4.364

0.787

0.076

 

1.59

79

49

365

0.1250

0.3125

0.3590

0.1091

0.1406

0.0230

0.1406

0.1718

0.0310

0.0030

6

1/16

18

11

82

618

3.175

9.525

10.719

2.779

3.571

0.584

3.571

4.364

0.787

0.127

 

1.59

98

61

413

0.1250

0.3750

0.4220

0.1094

0.1406

0.0230

0.1406

0.1718

0.0310

0.0050

7

1/16

22

14

93

R2

3.175

9.525

11.176

3.967

4.763

0.762

3.967

4.763

0.762

0.305

 

1.59

98

61

413

0.1250

0.3750

0.4400

0.1562

0.1875

0.0300

0.1562

0.1875

0.0300

0.0120

7

1/16

22

14

93

R2A

3.175

12.700

N/A

4.366

N/A

N/A

4.366

N/A

N/A

0.305

 

1.59

98

61

413

0.1250

0.5000

0.1719

0.1719

0.0120

7

1/16

22

14

93

5532

3.967

7.938

9.119

2.779

3.571

0.584

3.175

3.967

0.914

0.076

 

1.19

62

39

256

0.1562

0.3125

0.3590

0.1094

0.1406

0.0230

0.1250

0.1562

0.0360

0.0030

7

3/64

14

9

58

5632

4.763

7.938

9.119

2.779

3.571

0.584

3.175

3.967

0.914

0.076

 

1.19

62

39

256

0.1875

0.3125

0.3590

0.1094

0.1406

0.0230

0.1250

0.1562

0.0360

0.0030

7

3/64

14

9

58

6316

4.763

9.525

10.719

3.175

3.967

0.584

3.175

3.967

0.787

0.076

 

1.59

118

74

458

0.1875

0.3750

0.4220

0.1250

0.1562

0.0230

0.1250

0.1562

0.0310

0.0030

8

1/16

26

17

103

R3

4.763

12.700

14.351

3.967

4.610

1.067

4.978

5.771

1.067

0.305

 

2.38

211

135

823

0.1875

0.5000

0.5650

0.1562

0.1815

0.0420

0.1960

0.2272

0.0420

0.0120

7

3/32

47

30

185

614

6.350

9.525

10.719

3.178

3.967

0.584

3.175

3.967

0.914

0.076

11

1.00

71

44

235

0.2500

0.3750

0.4220

0.1251

0.1562

0.0230

0.1250

0.1562

0.0360

0.0030

0.039

16

10

53

814c

6.350

12.700

13.894

3.175

3.967

0.584

4.763

5.555

1.143

0.254

 

1.59

163

103

530

0.2500

0.5000

0.5470

0.1250

0.1562

0.0230

0.1875

0.2187

0.0450

0.0100

10

1/16

37

23

119

814r

6.350

12.700

13.894

3.175

3.967

0.584

4.763

5.555

1.143

0.254

 

1.59

180

113

564

0.2500

0.5000

0.5470

0.1250

0.1562

0.0230

0.1875

0.2187

0.0450

0.0100

11

1/16

40

26

127

R4

6.350

15.875

17.526

4.978

5.771

1.067

4.978

5.771

1.067

0.305

 

2.38

269

173

931

0.2500

0.6250

0.6900

0.1960

0.2272

0.0420

0.1960

0.2272

0.0420

0.0120

8

3/32

60

39

209

R4A

6.350

19.050

5.558

7.142

0.406

 

3.57

396

257

1488

0.2500

0.7500

N/A

0.2188

N/A

N/A

0.2812

N/A

N/A

0.0160

6

9/64

89

58

334

(1) r is the maximum radius of shaft or housing fillet that bearing corner will clear.

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Table 1b continued.

taBle 1b. Boundary diMensions, Miniature and instruMent Ball Bearings, deep-grooVe, radial-retainer (inch)

 

Diameters

Open Bearings

 

Shielded Bearings

     

Load Ratings

Basic

 

Flange

Equal

Extended

Flange

Equal Width

Extended

Flange

Radius (1)

Ball

Ball

Static

 

Bore

O.D.

Comple-

 

Size

O.D.

Width

Inner

Width

Inner

Width

 

Size

 

Silicone

Dynamic

B

D

Rings

Ring

Rings

Ring

r

ment

Radial

Nitride

 

FD

W i and W o

W

i

FW

W i and W o

W

i

FD

Balls

 
 

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

 

mm

N

N

N

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

lbf

lbf

lbf

8516

7.938

12.700

13.894

3.967

4.763

0.787

3.967

4.763

0.787

0.127

 

1.59

183

115

561

0.3125

0.5000

0.5470

0.1562

0.1875

0.0310

0.1562

0.1875

0.0310

0.0050

11

1/16

41

26

126

R6

9.525

22.225

24.613

7.142

1.575

7.142

1.575

0.406

 

3.97

918

602

2578

0.3750

0.8750

0.9690

0.2812

N/A

0.0620

0.2812

N/A

0.0620

0.0160

7

5/32

206

135

580

R8

12.700

28.575

6.350

7.938

0.406

 

3.97

2111

1390

4038

0.5000

1.1250

N/A

0.2500

N/A

N/A

0.3125

N/A

N/A

0.0160

10

5/32

475

313

908

R10

15.875

34.925

7.142

8.733

2.489

 

4.76

2978

1970

5543

0.625

1.375

N/A

0.2812

N/A

N/A

0.3438

N/A

N/A

0.098

10

3/16

670

443

1246

taBle 1c. Boundary diMensions, Miniature and instruMent Ball Bearings, deep-grooVe, radial-retainer (Metric)

 

Diameters

Open Bearings

Shielded Bearings

     

Load Ratings

Basic

 

Flange

Equal Width

Flange

Equal Width

Flange

Radius (1)

Ball

Ball

Static

 

Bore

O.D.

Comple-

 

Size

O.D.

Rings

Width

Rings

Width

 

Size

 

Silicone

Dynamic

B

D

FD

W i and W o

FW

W i and W o

FW

r

ment

Radial

Nitride

Balls

 

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

 

mm

n

n

n

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

lbf

lbf

lbf

EL1

1.000

4.000

5.00

1.600

0.50

 

0.05

 

0.79

16

11

100

0.0394

0.1575

0.197

0.0630

0.020

N/A

N/A

0.002

6

1/32

4

2

22

EL15

1.500

5.000

6.50

2.000

0.60

2.600

0.80

0.08

 

0.79

22

14

118

0.0591

0.1969

0.256

0.0787

0.024

0.1024

0.031

0.003

7

1/32

5

3

26

EL15R

1.500

5.000

6.50

2.000

0.60

2.000

0.80

0.08

 

0.79

25

15

128

0.0591

0.1969

0.256