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Magneto Bearings have an internal design similar to the single row deep groove ball bearings. The outer ring is counter-bored, which makes it separable and easy to mount.
Magneto bearings are suitable for applications where low loads and high speeds occur.
Single Row Deep Groove Ball Bearings are the most commonly used rolling bearings.
The balls run in deep grooves in both the outer and inner rings. This enables the bearing type to accommodate radial loads as well and some axial loads in either direction.

Deep groove ball bearings are especially suitable for high speed applications due to their low friction. They achieve the highest speed ratings of all rolling bearing types. Deep groove ball bearings are available in a wide variety of designs with different shields and seals. This enables greased "For Life" bearings, maintenance free, and more efficient designs.

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Other Classifications of single row deep grooved ball bearing are, Miniature Bearings - up to and including 3.175 mm inner bore diameter
Extra Small Bearings - over 3.175 mm up to and including 9.525 mm inner bore diameter

 




 

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