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Katalog soude kov ch lo isek SKF
SKF spherical roller
bearings
Setting the standard for performance and reliability
Contents
The SKF brand now stands for more
than ever before, and means more to
you as a ­valued customer.
While SKF maintains its leadership
as the hallmark of quality bearings
throughout the world, new dimensions
in technical advances, product support
and services have evol­ved SKF into
a truly solutions-oriented supplier,
­creating greater value for customers.
These solutions encompass ways to
bring greater productivity to customers,
not only with breakthrough applicationspecific products, but also through
­leading-edge design simulation tools
and consultancy services, plant asset
efficiency maintenance program­mes,
and the industry’s most advanced
supply management techniques.
The SKF brand still stands for the very
best in rolling bearings, but it now
stands for much more.
SKF – the knowledge engineering
company
A Product information
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Economical and robust
Why spherical roller bearings?
Why SKF spherical roller bearings?
A complete bearing range
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SKF spherical roller bearings – leading
in design
8 Standard bearings: a unique combination
of design features
9 Setting new standards: SKF Explorer
10 Sealed SKF spherical roller bearings – for
demanding environments
11 SKF spherical roller bearings for
vibratory applications
12 SKF Explorer – spherical roller
bearings for premium performance
14 Efficient in all industrial segments
14 Where maintenance can be a nightmare
15 Downsizing – more than just size
16 Service for a lasting partnership
B Recommendations
18 Selection of bearing size
18 Bearing life
19 Standard and SKF Explorer –
a comparison
20 Minimum load
20 Required static load rating
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Application of bearings
Conventional bearing arrangements
The SKF self-aligning bearing system
Radial location of bearings
Axial location of bearings
Design of associated components
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Lubrication and maintenance
Oil lubrication
Grease lubrication
Maintenance
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Mounting and dismounting
Bearing storage
Mounting
Dismounting
C Product data
32 Bearing data – general
36 Supplementary designations
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Bearing tables
Spherical roller bearings
Sealed spherical roller bearings
Spherical roller bearings for vibratory
applications
D Additional information
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Related SKF products
Special spherical roller bearings
Accessories
Lubricants and lubrication equipment
Products for mounting and dismounting
Condition monitoring equipment
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company
Economical and robust
Why spherical roller
bearings?
Spherical roller bearings offer an attractive
combination of design features, which are
making them irreplaceable in many demanding applications.
• Self-aligning
Spherical roller bearings accommodate
misalignment between the shaft and housing without increasing friction or reducing
bearing service life.
Spherical roller bearings with integral seals
offer additional benefits.
• Protect against contaminants
Sealed spherical roller bearings are especially suited for bearing positions where
space or cost considerations make external
seals impractical.
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• Grease retention
A contact seal on both sides of the bearing
retains the factory grease fill where it is
required: inside the bearing.
• Minimized maintenance requirements
Under normal operating conditions, sealed
spherical roller bearings are maintenancefree, keeping service costs and grease
consumption low.
• Very high load carrying capacity
Optimized internal geometry within the
available cross section provides maximum
radial and axial load carrying capacity.
• Robust
Insensitive to misalignment caused by shaft
or housing deflections as a result of heavy
loads.
• Easily fitted for loads in all directions
The bearings are non-separable and ready
to install, having a choice of mounting
methods.
• Simplify the application
The favourable design characteristics combined with simplified mounting procedures
enable more efficient and compact machine
designs.
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Why SKF spherical roller
bearings?
SKF bearings are developed for customer satisfaction. The best confirmation of the total
quality of SKF spherical roller bearings is their
success on the market. There are twice as
many SKF spherical roller bearings in service
as those of any other bearing manufacturer.
This is not just by chance: SKF spherical
roller bearings are well-proven in the field
and undergo continuous development to provide improved performance. The latest examples include the introduction of SKF Explorer
bearings, which opened up new application
horizons, and sealed bearings.
The use of SKF spherical roller bearings
implies several benefits.
Rugged
0,5°
Accommodate
misalignment
180 °C
Resistant to high
temperatures
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Application efficiencies
Seals integration
SKF spherical roller bearings have a very high
load carrying capacity in the radial and axial
directions. Bearing applications become
increasingly cost effective due to
Under normal operating conditions, sealed
SKF spherical roller bearings are greased for
life and make external seals unnecessary,
creating additional benefits
• long service life
• compact arrangements.
• simplified bearing arrangements
• no relubrication.
Reduced operating costs
Standard solution
The optimized and robust internal design of
SKF spherical roller bearings minimizes friction and heat generated, and by this, lubricant
consumption. In service, this reduces costs
due to
Many bearing applications previously fitted
with expensive special bearings can now be
equipped with SKF spherical roller bearings.
Because of the global availability of SKF
spher­ical roller bearings, delivery is not
a problem!
• less machine downtime
• minimized maintenance requirements
• high reliability.
Customer satisfaction
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Equipment owners will be impressed by the
low operating costs in combination with high
reliability contributed by SKF spherical roller
bearings. Not only are costs reduced, but with
sealed versions environmental resources are
spared.
SKF spherical roller bearings:
Always the best choice, when robustness and
reliability matter
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Spherical roller bearing series (open design)
A complete bearing range
The range of open and sealed SKF spherical
roller bearings covers all series currently in
demand. Taking availability into account, this
constitutes the most complete range on the
market.
Narrow low-section bearings have better
speed, space and weight characteristics. Wide
high-section bearings have higher load carrying capacity.
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SKF spherical roller bearings
without seals
Open bearings are available in sizes from 20
to 1 800 mm bore diameter with either a
cylindrical or tapered bore to suit all mounting
methods. To facilitate efficient lubrication,
most bearings are provided with an annular
groove and three lubrication holes in the outer
ring.
The bearings are available in a wide num­
ber of series designed to satisfy the following
selection criteria
Sealed SKF spherical roller bearings
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Sealed spherical roller bearings are available
with a cylindrical bore for shaft diameters
ranging from 25 to 220 mm. Bearings with a
tapered bore are available for shaft diameters
from 40 to 100 mm. Additional sizes can be
produced to special order.
The seals, specially developed for spherical
roller bearings, effectively prevent contamin­
ants from entering into the bearing. This is
not only true in operation, but also during
bearing installation, resulting in long service
life.
• load carrying capacity
• combination of radial and axial loads
• rotational speed
• available space in the application.
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SKF spherical roller bearings –
leading in design
Standard bearings:
a unique combination
of design features
All SKF spherical roller bearings have features
in common that are unique in the market
• symmetrical rollers
• special roller profile
• self-guiding rollers – an SKF patent
• floating guide ring between the two rows
of rollers
• bearing components dimensionally
stabilized for high temperatures
• metallic cages.
E design
Consists of symmetrical
rollers, two hardened
window-type steel cages
centred on the flangeless
inner ring via a floating
guide ring between the
two rows of rollers.
CC design
Consists of symmetrical
rollers, two windowtype steel cages centred
on the flangeless inner
ring via a floating guide
ring between the two
rows of rollers.
CA design
Consists of symmetrical
rollers, a double
pronged, machined
brass or steel cage,
­centred on the inner
ring via a floating guide
ring between the two
rows of rollers, an inner
ring with retaining
flanges.
To facilitate efficient bearing lubrication SKF
standard spherical roller bearings are provided
with three lubrication holes in the outer ring,
usually in combination with an annular
groove. Depending on the series and size,
standard SKF spherical roller bearings are
basically manufactured to three different
designs
• E design
• CC design
• CA design.
E design
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CC design
Durable cage design
Steel and brass cages
are strong as well as
tolerant to high temperatures and all lubricants. Small and me­dium size bearings have
window-type steel cages, larger sizes have
machined brass or steel,
double pronged cages.
Setting new standards:
SKF Explorer
Very high load carrying
capacity
The symmetrical rollers
self-adjust, providing
an even load distribution
along the roller length.
This provides very high
load carrying capacity
under all load combin­ations.
No edge stresses
The special roller profile
virtually eliminates the
risk of edge stresses.
Reduced friction and
minimum heat
generation
Self-guiding rollers –
an SKF patent – mean
reduced friction and
minimum heat generation.
Excellent performance
at high temperatures
High-strength, dimensionally stable bearing
rings minimize the risk
of ring cracking and also
enable good performance at high tem­peratures.
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The unique SKF spherical roller bearing
designs were the starting points for further
development of materials and manufacturing
processes. SKF Explorer spherical roller bearings are the result of the work of a very skilled
team of en­gineers and scientists and intensive
fine tuning processes, which, taken all together
constitutes a new performance level for
spherical roller bearings.
• Steel
Ultra-clean steel provides longer service life
under heavy loads.
• Heat treatment
Unique procedures significantly improve
wear-resistance and hardness.
• Manufacturing
Refined processes enable the production of
smoother running bearings that maximize
the effects of the lubricant.
• Internal geometry
A fine-tuned micro-geometry of the rolling
contacts provides better stress distribution.
• Running accuracy and width tolerances
The majority of SKF Explorer spher­ical roller
bearings are manu­factured as standard to
P5 tolerance class for running accur­acy.
This makes them outstanding on the
spherical roller bearing market as well as in
relation to other bearing types. A tight width
tolerance contributes to simplified mounting
procedures in certain applications.
SKF Explorer bearings provide better performance than a similarly sized bearing as
explained in more detail from page 12
onwards.
CA design
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Sealed SKF spherical roller
bearings – for demanding
environments
Sealed SKF spherical roller bearings are
designed to fulfil high demands on sealing
efficiency and operational reliability under
difficult environmental conditions. The seals
were developed using computer simulations,
making full use of the vast expertise within
the SKF Group. They have been tested extensively in the laboratory and in the field and
have a proven record of reliable performance
and efficiency.
Sealed SKF spherical roller bearings include
double-lip, sheet steel reinforced seals and
a grease fill that is appropriate to the operating
conditions.
Sealed SKF spherical roller bearings are
ready to mount and lubricated for life to provide
long service life within, in most cases, the same
space requirements as a standard open bearing. Advantages include a simplified bearing
arrangement as well as the option to make
the arrangement more compact. Facilities for
relubrication are normally not required, elim­
inating the need to purchase and dispose of
bearing grease.
Temperature limits
Sealed SKF spherical roller bearings are suitable for normal operating temperatures up to
+110 °C (230 °F). Bearings for higher oper­
ating temperatures can be supplied upon
request. In these cases, the grease and seal
material must be chosen accordingly. Other
operating conditions such as speed may need
to be considered as well. Please contact the
SKF application engineering service for add­
itional information.
Contamination resistance
Due to the robust and efficient integral seals,
additional external seals are not necessary in
many applications, generally leading to more
compact bearing arrangements. If the oper­
ating environment is harsh, external seals
should be used († fig. 1).
A sealed spherical roller bearing in an SNL
plummer block housing with external seals
Well lubricated
Bearings for normal
operating temperatures
and speeds are lubri­
cated with SKF LGEP 2,
a grease with a lithium
thickener. The grease
has excellent rust inhibit­
ing properties.
Well protected
The bearings have a
sheet steel reinforced
double-lip seal on each
side. Seals can be made
of acrylonitrile-butadiene
rubber (NBR), hydrogenated nitrile rubber
(HNBR) or fluoro rubber
(FKM).
Solid contaminants
excluded
Sealed SKF spherical
roller bearings provide
excellent protection
against contaminants.
Contaminants can create
indentations in raceways
and rollers, resulting in
flaking and premature
failure. Seals also protect the bearing from
contaminants during
handling and mounting.
Moisture cannot enter
Adequate seals keep
moisture out of the
bearing, which otherwise would cause corrosion and considerable
damage to the raceways, leading to noise
and premature failure.
The bearings are protec­
ted further by the rust
inhibiting properties of
the lubricant.
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Always reliable
The bearings are filled
with a high-quality
grease, which is particu­
larly suitable for SKF
spherical roller bearings. Integral seals contribute to efficient lubrication by keeping the
lubricant inside the
bearing.
Fig. 1
Rule of thumb
Sealed bearings do not need relubrication when
• temperatures do not exceed
+70 °C (160 °F)
• the inner ring rotates
• speeds are not more than 50 % of the
limiting speeds listed in the product
table.
Additional information can be found in
the section “Lubrication and mainten­
ance” starting on page 24.
• Excellent performance in all types of vibrating machinery.
• SKF Explorer performance provides an
opportunity to design more compact
arrangements († page 12).
• Excellent wear-resistant characteristics,
even in contaminated environments.
Reinforced for tough operating
conditions
The standard bearings for vibratory applications have a special clearance and are modified to cope with the shaft deflections encountered in vibratory applications. They are
characterized by a hardened floating guide
ring generally centred in the outer ring that
guides the highly wear-resistant, surfacehardened window-type steel cages.
The dull-yellowish coloured cages make
them distinguishable from bearings for
­standard applications († fig. 2).
To prevent fretting corrosion at the nonlocating bearing position, a special version
with a PTFE-coated cylindrical bore is available.
Vibratory applications induce accelerations
of the rollers and cages in the bearings. These
accelerations put additional demands on the
bearings and can cause a bearing for standard
applications to fail prematurely. SKF spherical
roller bearings for vibratory applications are
designed to withstand these induced accelerations. The permissible acceleration
depends on the lubricant and whether the
acceleration is rotating or linear.
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This type of acceleration is created in a bearing subjected to a rotating outer ring load and
a rotating acceleration field. This generates
cyclic loads on the cages from the unloaded
rollers. Typical examples are vibrating screens
and planetary gears. The bearings in road
rollers are subjected to a mix of rotating and
linear accelerations († fig. 3a).
Linear acceleration
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Linear acceleration occurs when a bearing is
subjected to impact loads that cause hammering in the cage pockets by the unloaded
rollers. A typical linear acceleration is generated
when rail wheels are rolling over rail joints
(† fig. 3b). An analogous application using
bearings for vibrating applications is a road
roller where the roller is vibrating against a
relatively hard surface.
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For machines with inherent eccentric motion
such as vibrating screens and compactors,
SKF developed the range of standard spher­
ical roller bearings for vibratory applications.
The bearings are available in the 223 series
with either a cylindrical or tapered bore for
shaft diameters ranging from 40 to 240 mm.
The radial internal clearance is C4 as standard.
Bearings with the current basic designs
have been in service for more than a decade
and have been shown to considerably reduce
operating temperatures and extend service life
of the machinery.
SKF spherical roller bearings for vibratory
applications offer decisive benefits:
Rotating acceleration
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SKF spherical roller
bearings for vibratory
applications
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Designs
Depending on their size, SKF spherical roller
bearings for vibratory applications incorporate
one of the following internal designs:
Example of a bearing subjected to rotating
acceleration (a) and linear acceleration (b)
• E/VA405 consists of symmetrical rollers,
two hardened window-type steel cages
centred on the inner ring and a floating
guide ring outside the cages.
• EJA/VA405 consists of symmetrical rollers,
two hardened window-type steel cages
centred on the outer ring raceway via a
floating guide ring between the two roller
rows.
• CCJA/W33VA405 consists of symmetrical
rollers, two hardened window-type steel
cages centred on the outer ring raceway via
a floating guide ring between the two roller
rows.
The designs of SKF spherical roller bearings for vibratory applications
Fig. 2
E/VA405
EJA/VA405
CCJA/W33VA05
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SKF Explorer spherical roller
bearings – for premium
performance
Having invented the spherical roller bearing
more than 80 years ago, SKF has been the
leading manufacturer of these bearings ever
since.
SKF specialists from different disciplines
combined their knowledge and ex­perience to
take one large step forward in bearing technology. And we are proud of having made
tomorrow’s bearing technology available for
our customers today. SKF Explorer bearings
represent a significant breakthrough in performance. By studying the interrelationship
between each bearing component, SKF scientists were able to maximize the effects of the
lubricant and minimize the effects of friction,
wear and contamination.
Bearings in the SKF Explorer performance
class incorporate a number of improvements
including:
The material
The steel used in SKF Explorer bearings is
extraordinarily clean and homogeneous.
It forms an excellent structure which does not
generate stress peaks under load.
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A unique heat treatment
Bearing knowledge
Together with a refined heat treatment pro­
cess, the new steel significantly improves the
wear-resistance of SKF Explorer bearings.
It does this while retaining the temperature
resistance and toughness of the bearings.
Sophisticated, proprietary software has en­abled SKF design engineers to study internal
bearing dynamics to an extent not possible
previously. This has led the way to refinements, which have been incorporated into
SKF Explorer bearings, to further optimize
the rolling element/raceway contacts.
Improved manufacturing processes
Improved manufacturing processes have
enabled SKF to maintain tighter tolerances
on all critical bearing parameters. To further
improve bearing performance, the finish of
all contact surfaces has been maximized to
maintain an optimum oil film.
The result: longer bearing service life
Availability
Product designations
All these improvements contribute to a sig­
nificant increase in bearing service life and
reliability. This can best be shown through
calculation using the SKF rating life equation.
The properties of SKF Explorer spherical roller
bearings are taken into consideration by
The majority of spherical roller bearings is
available in the SKF Explorer performance
class.
In the product tables, the designations of
SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue.
SKF Explorer bearings retain the designations
of earlier standard bearings, e.g. 22218 E or
BS2-2210-2CS. However, each bearing and
its box is marked with the name EXPLORER,
so that there can be no confusion.
• increased basic dynamic load ratings
• an increased life adjustment factor aSKF.
Existing machine
Switching to SKF Explorer bearings provides
New machine with same power
Switching to SKF Explorer bearings provides
• several times the service life previously achieved
• more machine uptime
• higher safety factor
• an appreciable reduction of machine cycle cost
• more compact machines
• higher speeds
• smoother and quieter running
• less lubricant usage
• reduced friction
and, therefore, added value.
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New machine with same or
increased power
The higher load carrying capacity of
SKF Explorer bearings enable the use
of a lighter series with the same outside
diameter and increased bore diameter,
so that
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• same service life
• same machine uptime
• same machine design
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Existing machine with increased
power
Same size SKF Explorer bearings
enable power increases of 15 to 25 %
with
•a stronger, or even hollow shaft can be used
• the total design can be stiffer and also more cost-effective
• system life is increased due to higher stiffness
and machine cycle cost is significantly reduced.
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Efficient in all industrial segments
Industrial segments
• Metallurgical
• Mining and construction
• Fluid machinery
• Material handling
• Industrial gearboxes
• Textile industry
• Railways
• Energy
Long service life, high reliability, minimized
maintenance and the ability to design compact
arrangements have made SKF spherical roller
bearings indispensable in many industries.
In addition to the industrial segments listed
above, SKF spherical roller bearings are also
used in bridges, dam gates, electric motors,
gener­ators, plastic calenders, extruders, printing
machines, robots and many other applica­tions.
Because end users are recognizing that
high quality bearings deliver an excellent
return on investment, SKF spherical roller
bearings have become the preferred choice in
new applications
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Requirements
• Long service life
• High load carrying capacity
• Compact arrangements
• Accommodate misalignment
• Minimum maintenance
• Low operating costs
• Few unplanned stops
• Environmental sustainability
• High availability
• Technical support
Where maintenance can
be a nightmare
To get to the top is always a challenge, particu­
larly if the goal is the top of ski-lift masts in
midwinter when it is 30 degrees below zero
and the bearings have to be relubricated. If
operational reliability is to be achieved, then
it has to be done. Regular relubrication is a
must if the bearings are to be kept from rusting because of condensation. In addition, safety
considerations call for regular inspections
– a dangerous job high up in mountainous
terrain and under difficult weather conditions.
Solution
The introduction of SKF sealed spherical
roller bearings has made all the difference.
It is now only necessary to perform mainten­
ance once a season – before starting oper­
ation. The highly efficient seals reliably exclude
condensation so that corrosion is no longer
a problem. It has also been possible to simplify
the arrangement, saving space and costs –
as well as making handling and installation
easier.
Downsizing – more than
just size
A typical application for spherical roller bear­ings is the winch of a traversing industrial lift.
In this application the loads, deflections and
structural deformations call for rugged bearings that can function properly even under
misalignment.
Arrangements with open spherical roller
bearings provided good service, but the
demand on compactness and simple design
could not be fulfilled.
As a result, the open bearings were re­placed
with SKF sealed spherical roller bearings,
eliminating the need for external seals and
covers.
This obviously saved space and also meant
that the bearings could be positioned 40 %
closer to the drum, thus reducing shaft
stresses. In fact, it was possible to reduce the
shaft diameter by 20 % and use smaller
bearings.
The new compact bearing arrangement
needs only minimal maintenance and there is
no loss of load lifting capacity. The result was
a 50 % savings of the total cost of the original
bearing arrangement.
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Service for a lasting partnership
Integrated platform for asset efficiency optimization
SKF @ptitude Decision Support System
SKF Machine Suite or ProCon
data management and analysis software
Operator
tools
Single
point
monitors
Operator driven
reliability
Vibration
analysis
Online
monitoring
Proactive Reliability maintenance
SKF Reliability Systems offers data acquisition hard­
ware, condition monitoring software, decision support systems, and reliability and logistics services.
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Transient
analysis
Protection
systems
Alignment
Lubrication
Balancing
Mechanical maintenance
Based on 100 years of experience with rotating equipment, SKF’s expertise begins at the
component level and extends to a deep under­
standing of the technologies required to
improve manufacturing processes.
Using this knowledge, SKF can work with
you to design more efficiency into your
machines and then provide maintenance
solutions to keep those machines in peak
operating condition.
The result? Improved customer satisfaction
– and reduced returns under warranty.
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SKF concepts for creating customer
value
ERP/CMMS
Process
control
Consulting
services
Reliability
services
Maintenance
services
Maintenance
tools
Technology
bearing
Technology
upgrades
System
installation
and
management
services
With experience in virtually every industrial
sector, SKF can provide solutions that go beyond
simple maintenance to improve machine performance and productivity. With our Total
Shaft Solutions concept customers can take
full advantage of our in-depth competence
including, but not limited to
For more information about SKF competencies and services contact your local SKF
representative.
• root cause failure analysis
• maintenance assessments
• predictive and preventive maintenance
• lubrication and filtration management
• equipment maintenance and monitoring –
fans, pumps, gearboxes and spindles
• precision balancing
• precision alignment
• applications-specific training
• component and technology upgrades
• installation and repair services.
Another SKF concept that embraces a broader
view of improving machine reliability is called
Asset Efficiency Optimization (AEO). As the
name implies, AEO recognizes the importance
of treating machinery and equipment as plant
assets. SKF programmes that take a systems
approach to managing these assets include
• Proactive reliability maintenance
• Operator driven reliability
• Integrated Maintenance Solutions, which
include all-inclusive contractual programmes.
SKF uses its own product, service and
knowledge capabilities, in combination
with other providers, to implement a
complete reliability programme based on
specific business goals.
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Selection of bearing size
Bearing life
The life-extending improvements embodied
in SKF Explorer spherical roller bearings can
best be understood using the SKF rating life
equation. This calculation method constitutes
an extension of the fatigue life theory developed by Lundberg and Palmgren and is better
able to predict bearing life. The SKF rating life
equation was presented in the SKF General
Catalogue 6000 and is in accordance with ISO
281:1990/Amd 2:2000. The equation to be
used for roller bearings is
Lnm = a1 aSKF L10
or
q Cw10/3
Lnm = a1 aSKF ––
< Pz
If the speed is constant, it is often preferable
to calculate the life expressed in operating
hours using
1 000 000 qCw10/3
Lnmh = a1 aSKF ––––––––– ––
60 n <Pz
where
Lnm =SKF rating life (at 100 – n1) %
reliability), millions of revolutions
Lnmh=SKF rating life (at 100 – n1) % reliability),
operating hours
L10 =basic rating life (at 90 % reliability),
million revolutions
a1 =life adjustment factor for reliability
(† table 1)
aSKF=SKF life modification factor
(† diagram 1)
C =basic dynamic load rating, kN
P =equivalent dynamic bearing load, kN
n =rotational speed, r/min
1)
The factor n represents the failure probability, i.e. the
difference between the requisite reliability and 100 %
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The aSKF factor
Equivalent dynamic bearing load
The aSKF factor represents a very complex
relationship between various influencing factors:
the fatigue load limit ratio (Pu/P), contamin­
ation and lubrication. Values of the fatigue
load limit (Pu) are provided in the tables. Lubrication conditions are expressed by
The equivalent dynamic bearing load for
spherical roller bearings can be obtained from
k=n/n1
where
k =viscosity ratio
n =actual operating viscosity of the
lubricant, mm²/s
n1=rated viscosity, depending on the bearing
mean diameter and rotational speed,
mm²/s
Values of aSKF can be obtained from diagram 1
for different values of hc (Pu/P) and k, where hc =
factor for the contamination level of the lubricant in the bearing.
For standard spherical roller bearings, the
values in black on the x axis should be used
and for SKF Explorer bearings the values in
blue on the x axis should be used. In fact, for
SKF Explorer spherical roller bearings it has
been found appropriate to multiply hc (Pu/P)
by a factor of 1,4 as an expression of the life
extending refinements of these bearings, and
the blue values corres­pond to this.
Diagram 1 has been drawn up for a safety
factor commonly used in fatigue life considerations and is valid for lubricants without EP
additives. If a lubricant containing such add­
itives is used, reference should be made to the
SKF General Catalogue or to the SKF Interactive Engineering Catalogue, available online at
www.skf.com.
when Fa/Fr ≤ e
P = Fr + Y1 Fa
P = 0,67 Fr + Y2 Fa when Fa/Fr > e
where
P =equivalent dynamic bearing load, kN
Fr =actual radial bearing load, kN
Fa =actual axial bearing load, kN
Y1, Y2=axial load factors for the
bearings
e
=calculation factor
Appropriate values for the factors e, Y1 and Y2
can be found in the bearing tables for each
individual bearing.
Table 1
Values for life adjustment factor a1
Reliability
%
Failure
SKF rating Factor
probability life
a1
n
Lnm
%
90
95
96
97
98
99
10
L10m
5
L5m
4
L4m
3
L3m
2
L2m
1
L1m
1
0,62
0,53
0,44
0,33
0,21
Standard and SKF Explorer
– a comparison
The performance enhancements incorporated
into SKF Explorer spherical roller bearings can
best be demonstrated by a life calculation of
a bearing 22218 E, comparing the previous
standard version with the SKF Explorer
bearing.
For the same operating conditions the life of
For hc (Pu/P) = 0,4 ¥ 39/28,2 = 0,55 using
the blue values on the x axis in diagram 1
and k = 2
aSKF≈7,1
B
so that the life becomes
L10m=aSKF (C/P)10/3 = 7,1 ¥ (325/28,2)10/3
L10m=24 500 million revolutions
• the previous standard 22218 E with
–a basic dynamic load rating
C = 282 kN, and
– a fatigue load limit Pu = 39 kN, and
• SKF Explorer bearing 22218 E with
–a basic dynamic load rating
C = 325 kN, and
–a fatigue load limit Pu = 39 kN
In this case, the life of the SKF Explorer bearing
can be compared with the life of the previous
standard bearing by 24 500/7 970 = 3,07
which is just over three times longer life
Diagram 1
are calculated.
The operating conditions are
Factor aSKF for spherical roller bearings
• equivalent dynamic bearing load
P = 28,2 kN
• viscosity ratio k = 2
• contamination factor hc = 0,4.
50
aSKF
20
For hc (Pu/P) = 0,4 ¥ 39/28,2 = 0,55 using
the black values on the x axis in diagram 1
and k = 2
5
4
3
2
1
Earlier standard bearing
10
k=
4
2
The lives of the two bearings are then
calculated.
= 3,7 ¥ (282/28,2)
L10m=7 970 million revolutions
0,5
0,6
1
so that the life becomes
10/3
0,8
1,5
aSKF=3,7
L10m=aSKF (C/P)
SKF Explorer bearing
0,7
10/3
0,5
0,4
4
0,
3
0,
0,3
0,2
0,2
0,15
0,1
0,1
0,05
0,005 0,01 0,02
0,05 0,1
Standard bearings
0,005 0,01 0,02
0,05 0,1
0,2
0,5
0,2
SKF Explorer bearings
0,5
1
2
1
Pu
hc ––
P
5
2
3
Pu
hc ––
P
If k > 4, use k = 4 curve
As the value of hc (Pu/P) tends to zero, aSKF tends to 0,1 for all values of k
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Minimum load
In order to provide satisfactory operation, spher­ical roller bearings, like all ball and roller bearings,
must always be subjected to a given minimum
load, particularly if they are to operate at high
speeds or are subjected to high acceler­ations
or rapid changes in the direction of load. Under
such conditions, the inertia forces of the rollers
and cage(s), and the friction in the lubricant,
can have a detrimental influence on the rolling
conditions in the bearing arrangement and may
cause damaging sliding movements to occur
between the rollers and raceways.
The requisite minimum load to be applied to
spherical roller bearings can be estimated using
Pm = 0,01 C0
where
Pm=equivalent minimum load, kN
C0 =basic static load rating, kN
(† product tables)
In some applications it is not possible to reach
or exceed the requisite minimum load. However, if the bearing is oil lubricated lower minimum loads are permissible. These loads can
be calculated
when n/nr ≤ 0,3 from
Pm = 0,003 C0
and when 0,3 < n/nr ≤ 2 from
very light loads. They can withstand longer
periods of inadequate lubrication, sudden
variations in load and rapid speed changes
Are you still doing these calculations by
hand?
The SKF Interactive Engineering Catalogue (available online at www.skf.com)
contains all the equations and under­
lying software necessary to perform any
of the calculations mentioned in this
brochure with a click of the mouse.
Required static load rating
The requisite basic load rating C0 can be
determined from
C01=1 s0 P0
where
C0=static load rating, kN
s0 =static safety factor
P0=equivalent static bearing load, kN
Guideline values based on experience are listed
in table 2 for the static safety factor s0 for
various types of operation and requirements
regarding smooth running.
The equivalent static bearing load for
spherical roller bearings can be obtained from
P0=Fr + Y0 Fa
where
P0=equivalent static bearing load, kN
Fr =actual radial bearing load, kN
Fa =actual axial bearing load, kN
Y0 =axial load factor of the bearing
The appropriate value for the factor Y0 can be
found in the bearing tables for each individual
bearing.
n w
q
Pm = 0,003 C0 1 + 2 7–– – 0,3
<
z
p nr
where
Pm=equivalent minimum load, kN
C0 =basic static load rating, kN
(† product tables)
n =rotational speed, r/min
nr =reference speed, r/min
(† product tables)
When starting up at low temperatures or
when the lubricant is highly viscous, even
greater minimum loads than Pm = 0,01 C0
may be required. The weight of the components supported by the bearing, together with
external forces, generally exceeds the requisite minimum load. If this is not the case, the
spherical roller bearing must be subjected to
an additional radial load.
NoWear spherical roller bearings have been
proven to provide reliable operation under
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Table 2
Guideline values for the static safety factor s0
Type of operation
Rotating bearings
Requirements regarding quiet running
Unimportant
Normal
High
Non-rotating
bearings
Smooth,
vibration-free
1
1,5
3
0,8
Normal
1
1,5
3,5
1
Pronounced
shock loads
≥ 2,5
≥ 3
≥ 4
≥2
Application of bearings
B
Conventional bearing
arrangements
Conventional self-aligning bearing systems
using spherical roller bearings in both the
locating and non-locating positions, are the
basis of many industrial bearing arrangements († fig. 1). This is a simple robust
arrangement capable of withstanding heavy
radial and axial loads, while easily accommodating misalign­ments.
The bearing in the non-locating position
must be able to slide axially, usually inside the
housing, to accommodate shaft expansion or
contraction. To achieve this movement, one
of the bearing rings must be mounted with
a loose fit and axial space provided for such
movement.
Under certain loading conditions, however,
this bearing arrangement may not be suit­
able. The ring with a loose fit can creep and
damage the housing. It can also result in
accelerated wear and increased vibration,
additional maintenance and repair costs.
It also means that the shaft is supported less
rigidly in the radial direction. In these situations,
the SKF self-aligning bearing system is
recommended.
Fig. 1
Conventional bearing system with
spherical roller bearings in both
the locating position (left) and nonlocating position (right)
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The SKF self-aligning
bearing system
The SKF self-aligning bearing system consists
of a spherical roller bearing in the locating
position and CARB toroidal roller bearing
in the non-locating position († fig. 2).
This bearing system accommodates misalignment as well as axial movement of the
shaft within the CARB bearing, virtually without friction. As such, the outer rings of both
bearings can have a tight fit. Furthermore,
there are no induced axial loads which otherwise could be caused by the friction between
the sliding outer ring and the housing seating.
The bearing system only has to support
external loads, which are more predictable.
The benefits of SKF spherical roller bearings and CARB bearings are fully utilized so
that engineers can attain the performance
characteristics they need for faster, more
compact and robust designs.
The SKF self-aligning bearing system
enhances reliability and performance. Producers as well as users of machines have
clearly reduced costs due to simpler design
and increased productivity.
Additional information can be found in the
SKF brochure 6121 “Self-aligning bearing
systems”.
Radial location of bearings
If the load carrying ability of a bearing is to be
fully utilized, its rings must be evenly supported around the circumference and across
the whole width of the raceway. This support
must be firm and even and can be provided
by either a cylindrical or tapered seating.
Sufficient support, as well as good radial
location of the bearing, generally requires
a tight fit between the bearing rings and its
adjacent components. However, if easy
mounting and dismounting is required,
or if a spherical roller bearing is in the nonlocating position, a tight fit cannot be applied.
Additional information about fits and the
accuracy of bearing seatings can be found in
the SKF General Catalogue or online in the
SKF Interactive Engineering Catalogue at
www.skf.com.
Fig. 2
SKF self-aligning bearing system using a
spherical roller bearing in the locating position
and a CARB bearing in the non-locating position
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Axial location of bearings
An interference fit alone is generally not ad­equate to locate a spherical roller bearing ring
axially. As a rule, some suitable means of axial­
ly securing the ring is needed. Both rings of
a locating bearing should be axially secured
on both sides. For spherical roller bearings in
the non-locating position, on the other hand,
it is sufficient if the ring having the tighter fit –
usually the inner ring – is axially secured; the
other ring must be free to move axially relative to its seating († fig. 1 on page 21).
Bearing rings having an interference fit are
generally mounted so that the ring abuts a
shoulder on the shaft or in the housing on one
side. On the opposite side, inner rings are
normally secured by a snap ring, shaft nut or
an end plate attached to the shaft end. Outer
rings are usually retained by the housing end
cover († fig. 1 on page 21).
Sealed bearing axially secured on the shaft
by a KMFE lock nut
Fig. 3
The dimensions of the shaft and housing
shoulders adjacent to the bearing must provide sufficient support for the bearing rings,
without making contact with rotating parts
of the bearing or a stationary component.
To keep this from happening, appropriate
abutment dimen­sions are quoted for each
individual bearing listed in the product tables.
If a sealed bearing is secured axially on the
shaft by a lock nut, SKF recommends using
a KMFE lock nut or an intermediate ring pos­
itioned between the bearing and the lock nut
(† fig. 3).
A CAK design spherical roller bearing
on a tapered journal with an oil supply duct
and groove
Fig. 4
Design of associated
components
For arrangements with large spherical roller
bearings it is often necessary to make design
provisions that enable the bearings to be
mounted or dismounted easily. For example,
withdrawal tools can be used to dismount
bearings, if appropriate slots are machined in
the shaft and housing shoulders, or if threaded
holes are provided in the housing shoulders.
If the oil injection method is to be used to
mount and dismount bearings on tapered
journals († fig. 4) or to dismount bearings
from cylindrical seatings († fig. 5), it is
neces­sary to provide an oil supply duct in the
journal and a groove in the seating. Recommendations are provided in the SKF General
Catalogue and online in the SKF Interactive
Engineering Catalogue at www.skf.com.
A CA design spherical roller bearing
on a cylindrical seating with an oil supply duct
and groove
Fig. 5
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B
Lubrication and maintenance
Fig. 1
Spherical roller bearing application
lubricated by an oil bath
Oil lubrication
When oil is the lubricant, the oil bath or oil
recirculating methods are the two most
common.
needed or where sealed SKF spherical roller
bearings are not available, SKF offers a full
range of greases and tools to enable proper
lubrication of the bearing († section “Lubricants and lubrication equipment” on page 66).
Oil bath
Relubrication
This is the most simple method of oil lubrication († fig. 1). The oil, which is picked up by
the rotating components of the bearing, is
distributed within the bearing and then flows
back to the oil sump.
The oil level should be such that it almost
reaches the centre of the lowest roller when
the bearing is stationary. Even under optimum
operating conditions, the oil must be changed
at least once a year.
It is only possible to determine relubrication
intervals statistically. SKF bases its relubrication intervals on the time at which 99 % of
a seemingly identical lot of bearings are still
reliably lubricated, i.e. they correspond to an
L1 grease life which is the relubrication interval tf. The L10 grease life is approximately
twice the L1 life.
If the L10 grease life corresponds to, or
exceeds, the L10 life of the bearing, the bearing is considered to be lubricated for life and
relubrication is not required.
The following recommendations are based
on the results of long-term tests in various
applications. They do not apply where water
and/or particulate contaminants can pene­
Circulating oil
Spherical roller bearing application
lubricated by circulating oil
Fig. 2
In a recirculating system, the oil can be con­
tinuously filtered and/or cooled († fig. 2).
This significantly increases the service life of
the oil, helping to avoid frequent oil changes.
The circulation can be produced by a pump.
In a recirculating system, ducts must be ad­equately dimensioned so that the oil exits
from the housing after passing through the
bearing.
An intermediate form of oil circulation is
one where the oil is splashed up from the oil
bath by other components, e.g. gears in a
gearbox.
Table 1
Technical data for SKF LGEP 2 grease
Property
SKF LGEP 2 grease
Thickener Lithium
Colour Light brown
Base oil type
Mineral
NLGI consistency class 2
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Grease lubrication
Temperature
range, °C (°F)1) –20 to +110
(–4 to +230)
Today’s modern greases enable an increasing
number of maintenance-free bearing applications to be lubricated for life. Here, the selection of sealed SKF spherical roller bearings is
the optimum choice, both technically and economically. These bearings are filled with SKF
LGEP 2 grease with a lithium thickener, before
leaving the factory († table 1) and are ready
to mount and operate.
In cases where the operating conditions are
so harsh that very frequent relubrication is
Dropping point to
ISO 2176, °C (°F) min. 180 (356)
Base oil viscocity, mm2/s
at +40 °C (105 °F) 200
at +100 °C (210 °F) 16
1)
The safe bearing operating temperature according
to “The SKF traffic light concept”, where the grease
will function reliably, lies within +40 to +110 °C
(105 to 230 °F)
trate the bearing arrangement. In such cases
it is advisable to replenish or renew the grease
fill in the arrangement more frequently to
remove moisture or other contaminants.
Diagram 1
Grease lubrication intervals at 70 °C operating temperature
tf, operating hours
50 000
Relubrication intervals
B
The relubrication intervals tf for bearings with
a rotating inner ring on a horizontal shaft,
operating under normal and clean conditions,
can be obtained from diagram 1 as a function
of
10 000
5 000
• the speed factor A multiplied by the ­relevant
bearing factor bf where
A = n dm
n = rotational speed, r/min
dm= bearing mean diameter
= 0,5 (d + D), mm
bf = bearing factor depending on bearing
type and load conditions († table 2)
• the load ratio C/P.
The relubrication interval tf is an estimated
value, valid for an operating temperature of
70 °C, using good quality greases with a lithium
thickener and mineral base oil. When bearing
operating conditions differ, adjust the relubrication inter­vals obtained from diagram 1.
If the speed factor A exceeds a value of 70 %
of the recommended limit († table 2), or if
ambient temperatures are high, one must
check the operating temperature and determine whether the appropriate lubricant was
applied. This can be done by using the calculations and graphs provided in the SKF General Catalogue, section “Speeds and vibration”.
When using high performance greases,
longer relubrication intervals and extended
grease life may be possible. Contact the SKF
application engin­eering service for additional
information.
For additional information about grease
lubrication, see the SKF General Catalogue or the SKF Interactive Engineering Catalogue online at www.skf.com.
1 000
C/P ≥ 15
500
C/P ≈ 8
C/P ≈ 4
100
0
200 000
400 000
600 000
800 000
A bf
Example
A spherical roller bearing 22220 E rotates at 1 000 r/min. The operating temperature varies between
60 and 70 °C (140 and 160 °F). The equivalent dynamic bearing load P = 71 kN and Fa/Fr < e. What is
the correct relubrication interval?
The bearing table on page 40 lists: d = 100 mm, D = 180 mm, C = 425 kN. Bearing mean diameter
dm = (100 + 180)/2 = 140 mm. Bearing factor bf = 2. Speed factor A = 140 000 (i.e. within recommended limit). A bf is 280 000. C/P = 425/71 = 6.
Follow the line in diagram 1, from 280 000 on the A bf axis to the intersection with C/P = 6 (extrapolated). Continue horizontally from this intersection to the tf axis, which shows the final result – a
recom­mended relubrication interval of approximately 2 000 hours.
Table 2
Bearing factor bf and recommended limits for the speed factor A
Load ratio Fa/Fr
(Bearing series)
Bearing
factor
bf
Recommended limits
for the speed factor A for load ratio
C/P ≥ 15 C/P ≈ 8
C/P ≈ 4
–
–
mm/min
Fa/Fr ≤ e and dm ≤ 800 mm
213, 222, 238, 239 series
2
350 000 200 000
223, 230, 231, 232, 240, 248, 249 series
2
250 000 150 000
241 series
2
150 000 80 0001)
100 000
80 000
50 0001)
Fa/Fr ≤ e and dm > 800 mm
238, 239 series
230, 231, 240, 248, 249 series
241 series
2
2
2
230 000
170 000
100 000
130 000
100 000
50 0001)
65 000
50 000
30 0001)
Fa/Fr > e
all series
6
150 000
50 0001)
30 0001)
1)
For higher speeds oil lubrication is recommended
25
Grease quantity for periodic
relubrication
Grease quantity for continuous
relubrication
Relubrication of sealed
SKF spherical roller bearings
Initially, the bearing should be completely
filled, while the free space in the housing
should be partly filled. Depending on the
intended method of replenishment, the following grease fill percentages for the free
space in the housing are recommended:
The grease quantity to be continuously
supplied can be obtained from
The sealed spherical roller bearings shown in
the product tables (starting on page 56) have
an annular groove and three lubrication holes
as standard.
When relubricating, grease should be
applied according to the quantity recommended on this page and applied when the
bearing rotates. Excess pressure should be
avoided to prevent seal damage.
For additional details, see the SKF General
Catalogue or the SKF Interactive Engineering
Catalogue online at www.skf.com.
• 40% when replenishing from the side of
an open bearing.
• 20% when replenishing through the
annular groove and lubrication holes in
the bearing outer ring.
Suitable quantities for replenishment from
the side of an open bearing can be obtained
from
Gp = 0,005 D B
and for replenishment through the bearing
outer ring from
Gp = 0,002 D B
and for sealed bearings from
Gp = 0,0015 D B
where
Gp = grease quantity to be added when
replenishing, g
D = bearing outside diameter, mm
B = bearing width, mm
The bearing must rotate during relubrication
to achieve proper distribution of the grease.
Retaining rings hold the seals
in the outer ring
Fig. 3
26
Gk = (0,3 ... 0,5) D B ¥ 10–4
where
Gk = grease quantity to be continuously
supplied, g/h
D = bearing outside diameter, mm
B = total bearing width, mm
Continuous relubrication can be efficiently
achieved using a SYSTEM 24 lubricator.
Maintenance
9.
The seals of SKF spherical roller bearings with
a bore diameter ≥ 110 mm are secured by
retaining rings inserted in the outer ring
(† fig. 3). The seals can be removed from
the bearing so that the bearing can be
inspected, washed and regreased, after which
the seals can be reinserted and secured. To
avoid damage to the seals, this work should
be done with care, using blunt tools with no
sharp edges.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the retaining ring by inserting a
tool under the recessed end of the
retaining ring († fig. 4) and pushing
it out of the groove.
Remove the second retaining ring as
above.
Swivel the inner ring, so that the seals
are pushed out by the rollers.
Wash the bearing, seals and retaining
rings.
Inspect all parts for wear and damage to
determine if they can be used again.
Regrease the bearing with the inner ring
swivelled out.
Align the bearing parts and put the bearing on a clean surface for remounting the
seals.
Insert the seal as far as possible into its
groove in the outer ring. Hold down the
already inserted part of the seal with one
hand, press in the remainder stepwise
with the thumb of the other hand
(† fig. 5).
Removing a retaining ring
Mount the retaining ring by inserting the
rectangular end first. Holding this part
down, press in the remainder stepwise
with a tool, until the whole retaining ring
properly contacts the seal as shown in
fig. 3.
10. Mount the second seal according to steps
7 to 9.
11. If the bearing is not going to be reused
immediately, apply oil to all surfaces and
make sure that the bearing is packed
properly.
B
Attention
SKF sealed spherical roller bearings can
be supplied with different seals. Particular attention is needed for high temperature seals made of fluoro rubber (suffix
2CS2). The fluoro rubber (FKM) of SKF
seals is very stable and harmless under
normal operating conditions – up to
+200 °C (392 °F). However, if exposed
to extreme temperatures above +300 °C
(572 °F), e.g. fire or the flame of a cutting torch, fluoro rubber emits dangerous toxic vapours. Once overheated the
fluoro rubber will remain dangerous to
handle even after it has cooled.
Inserting the seal in the outer ring
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
27
Mounting and dismounting
Bearing storage
Mounting
Before leaving the factory, SKF spherical roller
bearings are treated with a corrosion inhibitor.
They can be stored in their unopened original
packages for up to five years (three years for
sealed bearings), provided the relative humidity
in the store does not exceed 60 % († fig. 1).
To avoid the risk of contamination and corrosion, the original packages should not be
opened until immediately before mounting
the bearing.
Skill and cleanliness are essential when
mounting bearings, to make sure that they
perform satisfactorily and attain their full
potential. Above all, the appropriate mounting
method should be chosen and suitable tools
used. This is particularly important, where
sealed SKF spherical roller bearings are concerned, since misalignment of the inner ring
relative to the outer ring in excess of 0,5°
may damage the seals. For optimum results
in mounting and dismounting bearings, SKF
offers a full range of tools and equipment.
Please refer to the section “Related SKF
­products” starting on page 64.
Correct storage of bearings
SKF induction heater
Fig. 1
28
Bearings with a cylindrical bore
Fig. 2
When mounting bearings with a cylindrical
bore, the ring with the tighter fit is normally
mounted first.
The force required to mount a bearing
increases with bearing size. Therefore, it is not
always possible to press large bearings onto
a cylindrical shaft or into a housing in the cold
state. In this case, either the inner ring or the
housing should be heated before mounting.
To mount with an interference fit on a shaft
the bearing should be heated to some 80 to
90 °C (140 to 160 °F) above the temperature
of the shaft. Please remember that sealed
bearings should never be heated to more than
110 °C (230 °F).
The use of an SKF induction heater
(† fig. 2). has a number of advantages.
It heats the bearing rapidly, and a built-in
thermo­stat prevents overheating, which
­otherwise could damage the bearing. Nonmetallic components such as seals remain
cold, as does the heater itself.
Mounting bearings by cooling the shaft or
the bearing is not recommended, as the very
low temperatures required inevitably cause
condensation, thus creating a risk of
corrosion.
Bearings with a tapered bore
Fig. 3
Bearings with a tapered bore are always
mounted with an interference fit on the shaft.
They can be mounted on adapter or withdrawal sleeves or directly onto tapered
journals.
When dimensioning a tapered journal, the
distance between the centre of the bearing
in its final mounted position and a reference
face on the shaft should be used as a basis
(† fig. 3). When the dimension Ba has been
established, the dimensioning of the journal
should be continued as described in the SKF
catalogue 4003 “Large bearings”.
Spherical roller bearings up to a 200 mm
bore diameter may be driven up onto a
tapered journal or a withdrawal sleeve using
a shaft nut and onto an adapter sleeve using
the sleeve nut and a spanner († fig. 4).
In applications with larger bearings, heavy
drive-up forces are required. Mounting can
be facilitated using the oil injection method
(† fig. 5). This requires an oil supply duct in
the journal and an oil distribution groove in
the bearing seating. To further reduce mounting effort, SKF recommends using the oil
injection method in combination with an SKF
hydraulic nut († fig. 8).
For a bearing that will be mounted hot, its
final axial position on the shaft must be predetermined. This can be done by means of a
tailor-made spacer ring († fig. 6). When the
bearing has cooled, it will obtain its correct
interference fit.
The reduction in radial internal clearance
of open bearings or the axial displacement
of the inner ring on its tapered seating is used
as a measure of the degree of interference
(† fig. 7).
Tailor-made spacer ring used to position
the bearing axially
Fig. 4
Ba
B
Determining the bearing position on a tapered
seating
Mounting of a medium sized bearing
Fig. 5
Drive-up of a large size bearing using the oil
injection method
Desired interference obtained by measuring
clearance reduction or axial drive-up
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
s
29
Using traditional methods, the only way
to accurately mount sealed bearings with a
tapered bore, is to use the drive-up distance
as a measure. However, SKF has devised two
additional methods that make installation
accurate and fast. The first is the SKF Driveup Method. This method allows a starting
position of the bearing to be easily and accurately determined by applying a well-defined
oil pressure to a hydraulic nut. The correct fit
is then achieved by controlling the axial driveup from this position.
The SKF Drive-up Method incorporates
the use of a hydraulic nut fitted with a dial
indicator to control the drive-up and a specially
calibrated pressure gauge, mounted on the
selected pump († fig. 8).
The second method of installation is to use
SensorMount, which uses electronics to control the inner ring drive-up. SensorMount
is easy to use, fast, reliable and does not
require special mounting skills.
The method comprises a bearing with a
sensor and a hand-held indicator. A signal
from the sensor is picked up by the indicator
which displays a value representing the
internal clearance reduction († fig. 9).
As the indicator displays what is actually
happening with the bearing, it does not matter
what material the seating is made of or
whether the shaft is solid or hollow. No add­
itional calculations or tables are needed
to achieve the proper drive-up distance.
Mounting a bearing using
the SKF Drive-up Method
SensorMount is available for medium and
large size bearings.
Additional information about mounting
spherical roller bearings, the SKF Drive-up
Method or SensorMount can be found
• in the SKF Interactive Engineering
Catalogue online at www.skf.com
• online at www.skf.com/mount.
Mounting a bearing using
the SensorMount method
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
0,450
ON
0FF
CLR
MAX
TMEM 1500
SensoMount Indicator
30
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
B
Dismounting a bearing from a cylindrical seating
using the SKF oil injection method
Dismounting
The force required to remove a bearing from
its seating is generally greater than the
mounting force, particularly if, after a long
period of service, fretting corrosion is present.
If bearings or other associated components
are to be reused after inspection, they must
be dismounted as carefully as they were
mounted, and the dismounting force should
never be applied through the rolling elements.
Bearings with a cylindrical bore
Small bearings can generally be removed
using a mechanical puller. The withdrawal tool
should grip over the bearing and contact the
side face of the ring with interference fit.
Dismounting a bearing from a tapered
journal using the SKF oil injection method
When bearings with a bore diameter
≥ 80 mm have been mounted on a shaft
with an interference fit, dismounting is considerably easier when the SKF oil injection
method is used († fig. 10).
Bearings with a tapered bore
To remove spherical roller bearings from
tapered journals, the oil injection method is
recommended († fig. 11). The film of pressurised oil separates the two mating surfaces
and makes the bearing slide off easily.
Bearings mounted on adapter or withdrawal sleeves are most easily removed using
a hydraulic nut († fig. 12). By using sleeves
with oil ducts and oil distribution grooves,
the oil injection method facilitates the removal
of large bearings († fig. 13).
Dismounting bearings on adapter or withdrawal
sleeve using a hydraulic nut
Safety note
When using the oil injection method
to dismount a bearing from a tapered
seating, be sure to block the end of the
shaft with a lock nut or other suitable
device to prevent the bearing from
falling.
Additional information about dismounting
spherical roller bearings can be found
• in the SKF Interactive Engineering
Catalogue online at www.skf.com
• online at www.skf.com/mount.
Dismounting a large bearing on a withdrawal
sleeve with oil ducts and grooves
Fig. 12
Fig. 13
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Bearing data – general
Designs
Depending on the size and series, SKF spher­
ical roller bearings incorporate one of the
internal designs shown below. Common features of all designs include symmetrical rollers
and a floating guide ring between the roller
rows. The arrangement of the guide ring as
well as the cage execution are different for
the various designs.
E design (d ≤ 65 mm)
Guide ring centred on the inner ring, two
window-type steel cages.
E design (d > 65 mm)
Guide ring centred on the cages, two windowtype steel cages.
EJA design
Guide ring centred on the outer ring raceway,
two window-type steel cages.
C, CC, EC and ECC designs
Guide ring centred on the inner ring, two
window-type steel cages.
CCJA design
Guide ring centred on the outer ring raceway,
two window-type steel cages.
CA, CAF, ECA and ECAF designs
Guide ring centred on the inner ring, retaining
flanges on the inner ring, one-piece machined
cage of brass or steel (suffix F).
cage of steel (CAFA) or brass (CAMA), centred
on the outer ring raceway.
SKF Explorer
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings
are printed in blue in the product tables.
Cylindrical or tapered bore
SKF spherical roller bearings are available
with either a cylindrical or tapered bore. The
tapered bore of bearings in the 240, 241, 248
and 249 series is 1:30. The tapered bore of
bearings in the other series is 1:12.
Annular groove and lubrication holes
Efficient lubrication of SKF spherical roller
bearings is facilitated by either
• three lubrication holes and an annular
groove (E design or suffix W33) or
• three lubrication holes without annular
groove (suffix W20).
Dimensions
The boundary dimensions of SKF spherical
roller bearings with or without seals are in
accordance with ISO 15:1998, except for the
width of sealed bearings in the BS2-22
series. These are basically bearings in the
222 E or 222 CC series, but are slightly wider
to integrate the seals.
CAFA and CAMA designs
Guide ring centred on the inner ring, retaining
flanges on the inner ring, one-piece machined
E design
d ≤ 65 mm
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E design
d > 65 mm
EJA design
C, CC, EC and
ECC designs
Tolerances
SKF spherical roller bearings are manufactured as standard to Normal tolerances.
SKF Explorer spherical roller bearings up
to and including 300 mm bore diameter are,
however, produced to higher precision than
the ISO Normal tolerances. For example
• the width tolerance is considerably tighter
than the ISO Normal tolerance († table 1)
• the running accuracy is to P5 tolerance
class as standard.
For applications with larger bearings where
run­ning accuracy is a key operational parameter, SKF spherical roller bearings with P5
running accuracy are also available. These
bearings are identified by the suffix C08.
­Contact SKF for availability.
Table 1
Width tolerances for SKF Explorer spherical
roller bearings with bore up to and including
300 mm
Bore
diameter
d
over incl.
Width tolerances
according to
SKF ISO
Standard
Standard
DBs
DBs
high low
high low
mm
μm
18
50
0
–60
0
50
80
0
–60
0
80
120 0
–80
0
120 180 0
–80
0
180 250 0
–80
0
250 300 0
–100
0
CCJA design
–120
–150
–200
–250
–300
–350
CA, CAF, ECA
and ECAF designs
The tolerance for the bore and the outside
diameter of SKF Explorer spherical roller
bearings for vibratory applications has been
tightened from Normal to P5 and P6
respect­ively.
The values of the tolerances are in accordance with ISO 492:2002.
Table 2
Radial internal clearance of spherical roller bearings with a cylindrical bore
Internal clearance
SKF spherical roller bearings are manufactured as standard with Normal radial internal
clearance. Nearly all the bearings are also
available with a larger C3 internal clearance
and some can be supplied with an even larger
C4 or C5 clearance. Some sizes can be delivered with C2 internal clearance which is
smaller than Normal. Contact SKF for availabil­
ity of bearings with radial internal clearance
other than Normal before ordering. The various radial internal clearances are in accordance with ISO 5753:1991 and shown in
tables 2 and 3. They are valid for zero measuring load before mounting.
C
Bore diameter
d
over incl.
Radial internal clearance
C2
Normal
min max min max
mm
μm
18
24
30
24
30
40
10
15
15
20
25
30
20
25
30
40
50
65
50
65
80
20
20
30
35
40
50
80
100
120
100
120
140
35
40
50
140
160
180
160
180
200
200
225
250
C3
min
max
C4
min
max
C5
min
max
35
40
45
35
40
45
45
55
60
45
55
60
60
75
80
60
75
80
75
95
100
35
40
50
55
65
80
55
65
80
75
90
110
75
90
110
100
120
145
100
120
145
125
150
185
60
75
95
60
75
95
100
120
145
100
120
145
135
160
190
135
160
190
180
210
240
180
210
240
225
260
300
60
65
70
110
120
130
110
120
130
170
180
200
170
180
200
220
240
260
220
240
260
280
310
340
280
310
340
350
390
430
225
250
280
80
90
100
140
150
170
140
150
170
220
240
260
220
240
260
290
320
350
290
320
350
380
420
460
380
420
460
470
520
570
280
315
355
315
355
400
110
120
130
190
200
220
190
200
220
280
310
340
280
310
340
370
410
450
370
410
450
500
550
600
500
550
600
630
690
750
400
450
500
450
500
560
140
140
150
240
260
280
240
260
280
370
410
440
370
410
440
500
550
600
500
550
600
660
720
780
660
720
780
820
900
1 000
560
630
710
630
710
800
170
190
210
310
350
390
310
350
390
480
530
580
480
530
580
650
700
770
650
700
770
850
850 1 100
920
920 1 190
1 010 1 010 1 300
800 900
900 1 000
1 000 1 120
230
260
290
430
480
530
430
480
530
650
710
780
650
710
780
860
860
1 120 1 120 1 440
930
930
1 220 1 220 1 570
1 020 1 020 1 330 1 330 1 720
1 120 1 250
1 250 1 400
1 400 1 600
320
350
400
580
640
720
580
640
720
860
860
1 120 1 120 1 460 1 460 1 870
950
950
1 240 1 240 1 620 1 620 2 060
1 060 1 060 1 380 1 380 1 800 1 800 2 300
1 600 1 800
450
810
810
1 180 1 180 1 550 1 550 2 000 2 000 2 550
W20
CAFA and CAMA
designs
W33
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Table 3
Radial internal clearance of spherical roller bearings with a tapered bore
Bore diameter
d
over incl.
Radial internal clearance
C2
Normal
min max min max
mm
μm
24
30
40
30
40
50
20
25
30
30
35
45
30
35
45
50
65
80
65
80
100
40
50
55
55
70
80
100
120
140
120
140
160
65
80
90
160
180
200
180
200
225
225
250
280
C3
min
max
C4
min
max
C5
min
max
40
50
60
40
50
60
55
65
80
55
65
80
75
85
100
–
85
100
–
105
130
55
70
80
75
95
110
75
95
110
95
120
140
95
120
140
120
150
180
120
150
180
160
200
230
100
120
130
100
120
130
135
160
180
135
160
180
170
200
230
170
200
230
220
260
300
220
260
300
280
330
380
100
110
120
140
160
180
140
160
180
200
220
250
200
220
250
260
290
320
260
290
320
340
370
410
340
370
410
430
470
520
250
280
315
140
150
170
200
220
240
200
220
240
270
300
330
270
300
330
350
390
430
350
390
430
450
490
540
450
490
540
570
620
680
315
355
400
355
400
450
190
210
230
270
300
330
270
300
330
360
400
440
360
400
440
470
520
570
470
520
570
590
650
720
590
650
720
740
820
910
450
500
560
500
560
630
260
290
320
370
410
460
370
410
460
490
540
600
490
540
600
630
680
760
630
680
760
790
870
980
790
870
980
1 000
1 100
1 230
630
710
800
710
800
900
350
390
440
510
570
640
510
570
640
670
750
840
670
750
840
850
850
1 090 1 090 1 360
960
960
1 220 1 220 1 500
1 070 1 070 1 370 1 370 1 690
900 1 000
1 000 1 120
1 120 1 250
490
530
570
710
770
830
710
770
830
930
930
1 190 1 190 1 520 1 520 1 860
1 030 1 030 1 300 1 300 1 670 1 670 2 050
1 120 1 120 1 420 1 420 1 830 1 830 2 250
1 250 1 400
1 400 1 600
1 600 1 800
620
680
750
910 910 1 230 1 230 1 560 1 560 2 000 2 000 2 450
1 000 1 000 1 350 1 350 1 720 1 720 2 200 2 200 2 700
1 110 1 110 1 500 1 500 1 920 1 920 2 400 2 400 2 950
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Misalignment
The design of spherical roller bearings is
such that they are inherently self-aligning, i.e.
angular misalignment between the outer ring
and inner ring can be accommodated without
any negative effect on bearing performance.
Under normal operating conditions, i.e. load
ratios of C/P > 10 and misalignment is constant in position relative to the outer ring, the
guide­line values for permissible misalignment
of open bearings provided in table 4 apply.
Whether or not these values can be fully
exploited depends on the design of the bearing arrangement, the type of external seals
used etc.
When the position of misalignment is not
constant with respect to the bearing outer
ring, e.g. in
• vibrating screens with rotating imbalance
and therefore rotating deflection of the
shaft († fig. 1)
• deflection-compensating rolls of paper
machines where the stationary shaft is bent
additional sliding can occur in the bearing.
Therefore, taking bearing friction and associated heat generation into consideration, misalignment of the inner ring relative to the
­outer ring should not exceed a few tenths
of a degree.
Sealed bearings can accommodate angular
misalignment of the shaft relative to the
housing of up to 0,5° with no detrimental
effect on the efficiency of the seals.
Influence of operating temperature
on the bearing materials
SKF spherical roller bearing rings and rollers
undergo a unique heat treatment process so
that they can be operated at higher temperatures for longer periods, without the occurrance of inadmissible dimensional changes.
For example, a temperature of 200 °C for
2 500 h, or for short periods at even higher
temperatures, is permitted. If provision is
made to accommodate slight changes of fits
and clearance, even higher temperatures or
longer periods can be accom­modated.
Sealed SKF spherical roller bearings with
standard seals and grease should not be used
at operating temperatures above +110 °C
(230 °F) as this would be detrimental to the
seals and grease.
Axial load carrying capacity
Because of their special internal design, SKF
spherical roller bearings not only have lower
friction than other spherical roller bearings,
but they are also able to accommodate appre­
ciably heavier axial loads. However, if Fa/Fr > e
(† product tables), more frequent lubrication
is recommended.
Speed ratings
Due to the friction generated by contact seals,
the limiting speed for a sealed bearing is considerably lower than for a corresponding open
bearing († product tables).
Table 4
Permissible angular misalignment for open
bearings
Bearing
series
Sizes1)
Permissible
angular
misalignment
–
degrees
Series 213
2
Series 222
Sizes < 52
Sizes ≥ 52
2
1,5
Series 223
3
Series 231
Sizes < 60
Sizes ≥ 60
2
3
Series 232
Sizes < 52
Sizes ≥ 52
2,5
3,5
Series 238
1,5
Series 239
1,5
Series 240
2
Series 241
Sizes < 64
Sizes ≥ 64
2,5
3,5
Series 248
1,5
Series 249
2,5
C
1)
Last two figures of bearing designations
Fig. 1
35
Supplementary
designations
The designation suffixes used to identify certain features of SKF spherical roller bearings
are explained in the following.
C2
Radial internal clearance smaller
than Normal
C3
Radial internal clearance greater
than Normal
C4
Radial internal clearance greater
than C3
C5
Radial internal clearance greater
than C4
C08
Increased running accuracy to ISO
tolerance class 5
C083
C08 + C3
C084
C08 + C4
2CS
Sheet steel reinforced contact seal
of acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber
(NBR) on both sides of the bearing. Grease fill 25 to 35 % with
SKF LGEP 2 grease. Annular
groove and three lubrication holes
in the outer ring.
2CS2
Sheet steel reinforced contact seal
of fluoro rubber (FKM) on both
sides of the bearing. Grease fill 70
to 100 % with a polyurea high
temperature grease. Annular
groove and three lubrication holes
in the outer ring
2CS5
Sheet steel reinforced contact
seal of hydrogenated acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (HNBR) on
both sides of the bearing. Grease
fill
70 to 100 % with a polyurea high
temperature grease. Annular
groove and three lubrication holes
in the outer ring
HA3
Case hardened inner ring
K
Tapered bore, taper 1:12
K30
Tapered bore, taper 1:30
P5
Dimensional and running accur­
acy to ISO tolerance class 5
P6
Dimensional and running accur­
acy to ISO tolerance class 6
P62
P6 + C2
VA405
Bearing for vibratory applications
VA406
Bearing for vibratory applications
with PTFE-coated bore
VE552(E) Outer ring with three equally
spaced threaded holes in one side
face to accommodate hoisting
tackle; the E indicates that appropriate eye bolts are supplied with
the bearings
36
VE553(E) Outer ring with three equally
spaced threaded holes in both
side faces to accommodate
­hoisting tackle; the E indicates
that appropriate eye bolts are
supplied with the bearings
VG114
Surface hardened pressed steel
cages
VQ424
Running accuracy better than
C08
VT143
Grease fill 25 to 35 % with SKF
LGEP 2 grease
W
No relubrication facility in the
outer ring
W20
Three lubrication holes in the
outer ring
W26
Six lubrication holes in the inner
ring
W33
Annular groove and three lubrication holes in the outer ring
W64
Solid Oil filling
W77
Plugged W33 lubrication holes
W513
W26 + W33
235220 Case hardened inner ring with
a helical groove in the bore
C
37
Spherical roller bearings
d 20 – 80 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
D D1
d
d d2
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue Speed ratings
Mass
load Reference Limiting
limit
speed
speed
Pu
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
20
52
18
49
44
4,75
13 000
17 000
0,28
22205/20 E
–
25
52
62
18
17
49
41,4
44
41,5
4,75
4,55
13 000
8 500
17 000
12 000
0,26
0,28
22205 E
21305 CC
22205 EK
–
30
62
72
20
19
64
55,2
60
61
6,4
6,8
10 000
7 500
14 000
10 000
0,29
0,41
22206 E
21306 CC
22206 EK
21306 CCK
35
72
80
23
21
86,5
65,6
85
72
9,3
8,15
9 000
6 700
12 000
9 500
0,45
0,55
22207 E
21307 CC
22207 EK
21307 CCK
40
80
90
90
23
23
33
96,5
104
150
90
108
140
9,8
11,8
15
8 000
7 000
6 000
11 000
9 500
8 000
0,53
0,75
1,05
22208 E
21308 E
22308 E
22208 EK
21308 EK
22308 EK
45
85
100
100
23
25
36
102
125
183
98
127
183
10,8
13,7
19,6
7 500
6 300
5 300
10 000
8 500
7 000
0,58
0,99
1,40
22209 E
21309 E
22309 E
22209 EK
21309 EK
22309 EK
50
90
110
110
23
27
40
104
156
220
108
166
224
11,8
18,6
24
7 000
5 600
4 800
9 500
7 500
6 300
0,63
1,35
1,90
22210 E
21310 E
22310 E
22210 EK
21310 EK
22310 EK
55
100
120
120
25
29
43
125
156
270
127
166
280
13,7
18,6
30
6 300 5 600
4 300
8 500
7 500
5 600
0,84
1,70
2,45
22211 E
21311 E
22311 E
22211 EK
21311 EK
22311 EK
60
110
130
130
28
31
46
156
212
310
166
240
335
18,6
26,5
36,5
5 600
4 800
4 000
7 500
6 300
5 300
1,15
2,10
3,10
22212 E
21312 E
22312 E
22212 EK
21312 EK
22312 EK
65
100
120
140
140
35
31
33
48
132
193
236
340
173
216
270
360
20,4
24
29
38
4 300
5 000
4 300
3 800
6 300
7 000
6 000
5 000
0,95
1,55
2,55
3,75
24013 CC/W33
22213 E
21313 E
22313 E
24013 CCK30/W33
22213 EK
21313 EK
22313 EK
70
125
150
150
31
35
51
208
285
400
228
325
430
25,5
34,5
45
5 000
4 000
3 400
6 700
5 600
4 500
1,55
3,10
4,55
22214 E
21314 E
22314 E
22214 EK
21314 EK
22314 EK
75
115
130
160
160
40
31
37
55
173
212
285
440
232
240
325
475
28,5
26,5
34,5
48
3 800
4 800
4 000
3 200
5 300
6 300
5 600
4 300
1,55
1,70
3,75
5,55
24015 CC/W33
22215 E
21315 E
22315 E
24015 CCK30/W33
22215 EK
21315 EK
22315 EK
80
140
170
170
33
39
58
236
325
490
270
375
540
29
39
54
4 300
3 800
3 000
6 000
5 300
4 000
2,10
4,45
6,60
22216 E
21316 E
22316 E
22216 EK
21316 EK
22316 EK
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
38
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da
da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
Y2
Y0
–
20
31,2
44,2
3,7
2
1
25,6
46,4
1
0,35
1,9
2,9
25
31,2
44,2
3,7
2
1
30,6
46,4
1
0,35
1,9
2,9
35,7
50,7
–
–
1,1
32
55
1
0,30
2,3
3,4
30
37,5
53
3,7
2
1
35,6
56,4
1
0,31
2,2
3,3
43,3
58,8
–
–
1,1
37
65
1
0,27
2,5
3,7
35
44,5
61,8
3,7
2
1,1
42
65
1
0,31
2,2
3,3
47,2
65,6
–
–
1,5
44
71
1,5
0,28
2,4
3,6
40
49,1
69,4
5,5
3
1,1
47
73
1
0,28
2,4
3,6
59,9
79,8
5,5
3
1,5
49
81
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
49,7
74,3
5,5
3
1,5
49
81
1,5
0,37
1,8
2,7
45
54,4
74,4
5,5
3
1,1
52
78
1
0,26
2,6
3,9
65,3
88
5,5
3
1,5
54
91
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
56,4
83,4
5,5
3
1,5
54
91
1,5
0,37
1,8
2,7
50
59,9
79
5,5
3
1,1
57
83
1
0,24
2,8
4,2
71,6
96,8
5,5
3
2
61
99
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
62,1
91,9
5,5
3
2
61
99
2
0,37
1,8
2,7
55
65,3
88
5,5
3
1,5
64
91
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
71,6
96,2
5,5
3
2
66
109
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
70,1
102
5,5
3
2
66
109
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
60
71,6
96,5
5,5
3
1,5
69
101
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
87,8
115
5,5
3
2,1
72
118
2
0,22
3
4,6
77,9
110
8,3
4,5
2,1
72
118
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
65
73,8
87,3
3,7
2
1,1
71
94
1
0,27
2,5
3,7
77,6
106
5,5
3
1,5
74
111
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
94,7
124
5,5
3
2,1
77
128
2
0,22
3
4,6
81,6
118
8,3
4,5
2,1
77
128
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
70
83
111
5,5
3
1,5
79
116
1,5
0,23
2,9
4,4
101
133
5,5
3
2,1
82
138
2
0,22
3
4,6
90,3
128
8,3
4,5
2,1
82
138
2
0,33
2
3
1,8
75
84,1
100
5,5
3
1,1
81
109
1
0,28
2,4
3,6
87,8
115
5,5
3
1,5
84
121
1,5
0,22
3
4,6
101
133
5,5
3
2,1
87
148
2
0,22
3
4,6
92,8
135
8,3
4,5
2,1
87
148
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
80
94,7
124
5,5
3
2
91
129
2
0,22
3
4,6
106
141
5,5
3
2,1
92
158
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
98,3
143
8,3
4,5
2,1
92
158
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
2,5
2,8
2,8
1,8
1,8
2,2
2,2
2,5
2,2
2,5
2,5
2,8
1,8
2,5
2,8
1,8
2,8
2,8
1,8
2,8
2,8
1,8
2,8
2,8
1,8
2,5
2,8
2,8
1,8
2,8
2,8
2
2,8
2,8
1,8
39
Spherical roller bearings
d 85 – 130 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
d
d d2
D D1
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue Speed ratings
Mass
load Reference Limiting
limit
speed
speed
Pu
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
85
150
180
180
36
41
60
285
325
550
325
375
620
34,5
39
61
4 000
3 800
2 800
5 600
5 300
3 800
2,65
5,20
7,65
22217 E
21317 E
22317 E
22217 EK
21317 EK
22317 EK
90
160
160
190
190
40
52,4
43
64
325
355
380
610
375
440
450
695
39
48
46,5
67
3 800
2 800
3 600
2 600
5 300
3 800
4 800
3 600
3,40
4,65
6,10
9,05
22218 E
23218 CC/W33
21318 E
22318 E
22218 EK
23218 CCK/W33
21318 EK
22318 EK
95
170
200
200
43
45
67
380
425
670
450
490
765
46,5
49
73,5
3 600
3 400
2 600
4 800
4 500
3 400
4,15
7,05
10,5
22219 E
21319 E
22319 E
22219 EK
21319 EK
22319 EK
100
150
165
165
50
52
65
285
365
455
415
490
640
45,5
53
68
2 800
3 000
2 400
4 000
4 000
3 200
3,15
4,55
5,65
24020 CC/W33
23120 CC/W33
24120 CC/W33
24020 CCK30/W33
23120 CCK/W33
24120 CCK30/W33
180
180
215
215
46
60,3
47
73
425
475
425
815
490
600
490
950
49
63
49
88
3 400
2 400
3 400
2 400
4 500
3 400
4 500
3 000
4,90
6,85
8,60
13,5
22220 E
23220 CC/W33
21320 E
22320 E
22220 EK
23220 CCK/W33
21320 EK
22320 EK
110
170
170
180
180
45
60
56
69
310
415
430
520
440
620
585
750
46,5
67
61
78
3 400
2 400
2 800
2 200
4 300
3 600
3 600
3 000
3,80
5,00
5,75
7,10
23022 CC/W33
24022 CC/W33
23122 CC/W33
24122 CC/W33
23022 CCK/W33
24022 CCK30/W33
23122 CCK/W33
24122 CCK30/W33
200
200
240
53
69,8
80
560
600
950
640
765
1 120
63
76,5
100
3 000
2 200
2 000
4 000
3 200
2 800
7,00
9,85
18,4
22222 E
23222 CC/W33
22322 E
22222 EK
23222 CCK/W33
22322 EK
120
180
180
200
200
46
60
62
80
355
430
510
655
510
670
695
950
53
68
71
95
3 200
2 400
2 600
1 900
4 000
3 400
3 400
2 600
4,20
5,45
8,00
10,3
23024 CC/W33
24024 CC/W33
23124 CC/W33
24124 CC/W33
23024 CCK/W33
24024 CCK30/W33
23124 CCK/W33
24124 CCK30/W33
215
215
260
58
76
86
630
695
965
765
930
1 120
73,5
93
100
2 800
2 000
2 000
3 800
2 800
2 600
8,70
12,0
23,0
22224 E
23224 CC/W33
22324 CC/W33
22224 EK
23224 CCK/W33
22324 CCK/W33
130
200
200
210
210
52
69
64
80
430
540
560
680
610
815
780
1 000
62
81,5
78
100
2 800
2 000
2 400
1 800
3 600
3 000
3 200
2 400
6,00
8,05
8,80
11,0
23026 CC/W33
24026 CC/W33
23126 CC/W33
24126 CC/W33
23026 CCK/W33
24026 CCK30/W33
23126 CCK/W33
24126 CCK30/W33
230
230
280
64
80
93
735
780
1 120
930
1 060
1 320
88
104
114
2 600
1 900
1 800
3 600
2 600
2 400
11,0
14,5
29,0
22226 E
23226 CC/W33
22326 CC/W33
22226 EK
23226 CCK/W33
22326 CCK/W33
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
40
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da
da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
Y2
Y0
–
85
101
133
5,5
3
2
96
139
2
0,22
3
4,6
106
141
5,5
3
3
99
166
2,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
108
154
8,3
4,5
3
99
166
2,5
0,33
2
3
90
106
141
5,5
3
2
101
149
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
106
137
5,5
3
2
101
149
2
0,31
2,2
3,3
112
150
8,3
4,5
3
104
176
2,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
113
161
11,1
6
3
104
176
2,5
0,33
2
3
95
112
150
8,3
4,5
2,1
107
158
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
118
159
8,3
4,5
3
109
186
2,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
118
168
11,1
6
3
109
186
2,5
0,33
2
3
2,8
2,8
2
100
111
132
5,5
3
1,5
107
143
1,5
0,28
2,4
3,6
115
144
5,5
3
2
111
154
2
0,30
2,3
3,4
113
141
3,7
2
2
111
154
2
0,37
1,8
2,7
118
159
8,3
4,5
2,1
112
168
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
117
153
8,3
4,5
2,1
112
168
2
0,33
2
3
118
159
8,3
4,5
3
114
201
2,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
130
184
11,1
6
3
114
201
2,5
0,33
2
3
110
125
151
5,5
3
2
119
161
2
0,23
2,9
4,4
122
149
5,5
3
2
119
161
2
0,33
2
3
126
157
8,3
4,5
2
121
169
2
0,30
2,3
3,4
123
153
5,5
3
2
121
169
2
0,37
1,8
2,7
130
178
8,3
4,5
2,1
122
188
2
0,25
2,7
4
130
169
8,3
4,5
2,1
122
188
2
0,33
2
3
143
204
13,9
7,5
3
124
226
2,5
0,33
2
3
2,5
2,2
1,8
120
135
132
139
135
163
159
174
168
5,5
5,5
8,3
5,5
3
3
4,5
3
2
2
2
2
129
129
131
131
171
171
189
189
2
2
2
2
0,22
0,30
0,28
0,37
3
2,3
2,4
1,8
4,6
3,4
3,6
2,7
2,8
2,2
2,5
1,8
141
141
152
189
182
216
11,1
8,3
13,9
6
4,5
7,5
2,1
2,1
3
132
132
134
203
203
246
2
2
2,5
0,26
0,35
0,35
2,6
1,9
1,9
3,9
2,9
2,9
2,5
1,8
1,8
130
148
145
148
146
180
175
184
180
8,3
5,5
8,3
5,5
4,5
3
4,5
3
2
2
2
2
139
139
141
141
191
191
199
199
2
2
2
2
0,23
0,31
0,28
0,35
2,9
2,2
2,4
1,9
4,4
3,3
3,6
2,9
2,8
2,2
2,5
1,8
152
151
164
201
196
233
11,1
8,3
16,7
6
4,5
9
3
3
4
144
144
147
216
216
263
2,5
2,5
3
0,27
0,33
0,35
2,5
2
1,9
3,7
3
2,9
2,5
2
1,8
2,8
2,2
2,8
2
2,8
2,8
2
2,8
2
2,8
2
2,8
2
2,2
1,8
2,5
2
2
41
Spherical roller bearings
d 140 – 180 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
D D1
d
d d2
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue Speed ratings
Mass
load Reference
Limiting
limit
speed
speed
Pu
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
140
210
210
225
225
53
69
68
85
465
570
630
765
680
900
900
1 160
68
88
88
112
2 600
2 000
2 200
1 700
3 400
2 800
2 800
2 400
6,55
8,55
10,5
13,5
23028 CC/W33
24028 CC/W33
23128 CC/W33
24128 CC/W33
23028 CCK/W33
24028 CCK30/W33
23128 CCK/W33
24128 CCK30/W33
250
250
300
68
88
102
710
915
1 290
900
1 250
1 560
86,5
120
132
2 400
1 700
1 700
3 200
2 400
2 200
14,0
19,0
36,5
22228 CC/W33
23228 CC/W33
22328 CC/W33
22228 CCK/W33
23228 CCK/W33
22328 CCK/W33
150
225
225
250
250
56
75
80
100
510
655
830
1 020
750
1 040
1 200
1 530
73,5
100
114
146
2 400
1 800
2 000
1 500
3 200
2 600
2 600
2 200
7,95
10,5
16,0
20,0
23030 CC/W33
24030 CC/W33
23130 CC/W33
24130 CC/W33
23030 CCK/W33
24030 CCK30/W33
23130 CCK/W33
24130 CCK30/W33
270
270
320
73
96
108
850
1 080
1 460
1 080
1 460
1 760
102
137
146
2 200
1 600
1 600
3 000
2 200
2 000
18,0
24,5
43,5
22230 CC/W33
23230 CC/W33
22330 CC/W33
22230 CCK/W33
23230 CCK/W33
22330 CCK/W33
160
240
240
270
270
60
80
86
109
585
750
980
1 180
880
1 200
1 370
1 760
83
114
129
163
2 400
1 700
1 900
1 400
3 000
2 400
2 400
1 900
9,70
13,0
20,5
25,0
23032 CC/W33
24032 CC/W33
23132 CC/W33
24132 CC/W33
23032 CCK/W33
24032 CCK30/W33
23132 CCK/W33
24132 CCK30/W33
290
290
340
80
104
114
1 000
1 220
1 600
1 290
1 660
1 960
118
153
160
2 000
1 500
1 500
2 800
2 200
1 900
22,5
31,0
52,0
22232 CC/W33
23232 CC/W33
22332 CC/W33
22232 CCK/W33
23232 CCK/W33
22332 CCK/W33
170
260
260
280
280
67
90
88
109
710
930
1 040
1 220
1 060
1 460
1 500
1 860
100
137
137
170
2 200
1 600
1 800
1 300
2 800
2 400
2 400
1 900
13,0
17,5
22,0
27,5
23034 CC/W33
24034 CC/W33
23134 CC/W33
24134 CC/W33
23034 CCK/W33
24034 CCK30/W33
23134 CCK/W33
24134 CCK30/W33
310
310
360
86
110
120
1 120
1 400
1 760
1 460
1 930
2 160
132
173
176
1 900
1 400
1 400
2 600
2 000
1 800
28,5
37,5
61,0
22234 CC/W33
23234 CC/W33
22334 CC/W33
22234 CCK/W33
23234 CCK/W33
22334 CCK/W33
180
250
280
280
300
300
52
74
100
96
118
431
830
1 080
1 200
1 400
830
1 250
1 730
1 760
2 160
76,5
114
156
160
196
2 200
2 000
1 500
1 700
1 300
2 800
2 600
2 200
2 200
1 700
7,90
17,0
23,0
28,0
34,5
23936 CC/W33
23036 CC/W33
24036 CC/W33
23136 CC/W33
24136 CC/W33
23936 CCK/W33
23036 CCK/W33
24036 CCK30/W33
23136 CCK/W33
24136 CCK30/W33
320
320
380
86
112
126
1 180
1 500
2 000
1 560
2 120
2 450
140
186
193
1 800
1 300
1 300
2 600
1 900
1 700
29,5
39,5
71,5
22236 CC/W33
23236 CC/W33
22336 CC/W33
22236 CCK/W33
23236 CCK/W33
22336 CCK/W33
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
42
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da
da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
–
140
158
155
159
156
190
185
197
193
8,3
5,5
8,3
8,3
4,5
3
4,5
4,5
2
2
2,1
2,1
149
149
152
152
201
201
213
213
2
2
2
2
0,22
0,30
0,28
0,35
166
165
175
216
212
247
11,1
11,1
16,7
6
6
9
3
3
4
154
154
157
236
236
283
2,5
2,5
3
150
169
165
172
169
203
197
216
211
8,3
5,5
11,1
8,3
4,5
3
6
4,5
2,1
2,1
2,1
2,1
161
161
162
162
214
214
238
238
178
175
188
234
228
266
13,9
11,1
16,7
7,5
6
9
3
3
4
164
164
167
160
180
176
184
181
217
211
234
228
11,1
8,3
13,9
8,3
6
4,5
7,5
4,5
2,1
2,1
2,1
2,1
191
188
200
250
244
282
13,9
13,9
16,7
7,5
7,5
9
170
191
188
195
190
232
226
244
237
11,1
8,3
13,9
8,3
203
200
213
267
261
300
180
199
204
201
207
203
213
211
224
Y2
Y0
3
2,3
2,4
1,9
4,6
3,4
3,6
2,9
2,8
2,2
2,5
1,8
0,26
0,33
0,35
2,6
2
1,9
3,9
3
2,9
2,5
2
1,8
2
2
2
2
0,22
0,30
0,30
0,37
3
2,3
2,3
1,8
4,6
3,4
3,4
2,7
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,8
256
256
303
2,5
2,5
3
0,26
0,35
0,35
2,6
1,9
1,9
3,9
2,9
2,9
2,5
1,8
1,8
171
171
172
172
229
229
258
258
2
2
2
2
0,22
0,30
0,30
0,40
3
2,3
2,3
1,7
4,6
3,4
3,4
2,5
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,6
3
3
4
174
174
177
276
276
323
2,5
2,5
3
0,26
0,35
0,35
2,6
1,9
1,9
3,9
2,9
2,9
2,5
1,8
1,8
6
4,5
7,5
4,5
2,1
2,1
2,1
2,1
181
181
182
182
249
249
268
268
2
2
2
2
0,23
0,33
0,30
0,37
2,9
2
2,3
1,8
4,4
3
3,4
2,7
2,8
2
2,2
1,8
16,7
13,9
16,7
9
7,5
9
4
4
4
187
187
187
293
293
343
3
3
3
0,27
0,35
0,33
2,5
1,9
2
3,7
2,9
3
2,5
1,8
2
231
249
243
259
253
5,5
13,9
8,3
13,9
11,1
3
7,5
4,5
7,5
6
2
2,1
2,1
3
3
189
191
191
194
194
241
269
269
286
286
2
2
2
2,5
2,5
0,18
0,24
0,33
0,30
0,37
3,8
2,8
2
2,3
1,8
5,6
4,2
3
3,4
2,7
3,6
2,8
2
2,2
1,8
278
271
317
16,7
13,9
22,3
9
7,5
12
4
4
4
197
197
197
303
303
363
3
3
3
0,26
0,35
0,35
2,6
1,9
1,9
3,9
2,9
2,9
2,5
1,8
1,8
43
Spherical roller bearings
d 190 – 260 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
D D1
d
d d2
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue Speed ratings
Mass
load Reference
Limiting
limit
speed
speed
Pu
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
–
kN
r/min
kg
tapered bore
190
260
52
414
800
76,5
2 200
2 600
8,30
23938 CC/W33
290
75
865
1 340
122
1 900
2 400
18,0
23038 CC/W33
290
100
1 120
1 800
163
1 400
2 000
24,5
24038 CC/W33
320
104
1 370
2 080
183
1 500
2 000
35,0
23138 CC/W33
320
128
1 600
2 500
212
1 200
1 600
43,0
24138 CC/W33
340
92
1 270
1 700
150
1 700
2 400
36,5
22238 CC/W33
340
120
1 660
2 400
208
1 300
1 800
48,0
23238 CC/W33
400
132
2 120
2 650
208
1 200
1 600
82,5
22338 CC/W33
23938 CCK/W33
23038 CCK/W33
24038 CCK30/W33
23138 CCK/W33
24138 CCK30/W33
200
280
60
546
1 040
93
2 000
2 400
11,5
23940 CC/W33
310
82
1 000
1 530
137
1 800
2 200
23,3
23040 CC/W33
310
109
1 290
2 120
186
1 300
1 900
31,0
24040 CC/W33
340
112
1 600
2 360
204
1 500
1 900
43,0
23140 CC/W33
340
140
1 800
2 800
232
1 100
1 500
53,5
24140 CC/W33
360
98
1 460
1 930
166
1 600
2 200
43,5
22240 CC/W33
360
128
1 860
2 700
228
1 200
1 700
58,0
23240 CC/W33
420
138
2 320
2 900
224
1 200
1 500
95,0
22340 CC/W33
220
300
60
546
1 080
93
1 900
2 200
12,5
23944 CC/W33
340
90
1 220
1 860
163
1 600
2 000
30,5
23044 CC/W33
340
118
1 560
2 600
212
1 200
1 700
40,0
24044 CC/W33
370
120
1 800
2 750
232
1 300
1 700
53,5
23144 CC/W33
370
150
2 120
3 350
285
1 000
1 400
67,0
24144 CC/W33
400
108
1 760
2 360
196
1 500
2 000
60,5
22244 CC/W33
400
144
2 360
3 450
285
1 100
1 500
81,5
23244 CC/W33
460
145
2 700
3 450
260
1 000
1 400
120
22344 CC/W33
240
320
60
564
1 160
98
1 700
2 000
13,5
23948 CC/W33
360
92
1 290
2 080
176
1 500
1 900
33,5
23048 CC/W33
360
118
1 600
2 700
228
1 100
1 600
43,0
24048 CC/W33
400
128
2 080
3 200
255
1 200
1 600
66,5
23148 CC/W33
400
160
2 400
3 900
320
900
1 300
83,0
24148 CC/W33
440
120
2 200
3 000
245
1 300
1 800
83,0
22248 CC/W33
440
160
2 900
4 300
345
950
1 300
110
23248 CC/W33
500
155
3 100
4 000
290
950
1 300
155
22348 CC/W33
260
360
75
880
1 800
156
1 500
1 900
23,5
23952 CC/W33
400
104
1 600
2 550
212
1 300
1 700
48,5
23052 CC/W33
400
140
2 040
3 450
285
1 000
1 400
65,5
24052 CC/W33
440
144
2 550
3 900
290
1 100
1 400
90,5
23152 CC/W33
440
180
3 000
4 800
380
850
1 200
110
24152 CC/W33
480
130
2 650
3 550
285
1 200
1 600
110
22252 CC/W33
480
174
3 250
4 750
360
850
1 200
140
23252 CC/W33
540
165
3 550
4 550
325
850
1 100
190
22352 CC/W33
23940 CCK/W33
23040 CCK/W33
24040 CCK30/W33
23140 CCK/W33
24140 CCK30/W33
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
44
22238 CCK/W33
23238 CCK/W33
22338 CCK/W33
22240 CCK/W33
23240 CCK/W33
22340 CCK/W33
23944 CCK/W33
23044 CCK/W33
24044 CCK30/W33
23144 CCK/W33
24144 CCK30/W33
22244 CCK/W33
23244 CCK/W33
22344 CCK/W33
23948 CCK/W33
23048 CCK/W33
24048 CCK30/W33
23148 CCK/W33
24148 CCK30/W33
22248 CCK/W33
23248 CCK/W33
22348 CCK/W33
23952 CCK/W33
23052 CCK/W33
24052 CCK30/W33
23152 CCK/W33
24152 CCK30/W33
22252 CCK/W33
23252 CCK/W33
22352 CCK/W33
ra
ra
Da
da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
–
190
209
216
210
220
215
240
261
253
275
268
5,5
13,9
8,3
13,9
11,1
3
7,5
4,5
7,5
6
2
2,1
2,1
3
3
199
201
201
204
204
251
279
279
306
306
2
2
2
2,5
2,5
0,16
0,23
0,31
0,31
0,40
225
222
236
294
287
333
16,7
16,7
22,3
9
9
12
4
4
5
207
207
210
323
323
380
3
3
4
0,26
0,35
0,35
Y2
Y0
4,2
2,9
2,2
2,2
1,7
6,3
4,4
3,3
3,3
2,5
4
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,6
2,6
1,9
1,9
3,9
2,9
2,9
2,5
1,8
1,8
200
222
258
8,3
4,5
2,1
211
269
2
0,19
3,6
5,3
228
278
13,9
7,5
2,1
211
299
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
223
268
11,1
6
2,1
211
299
2
0,33
2
3
231
293
16,7
9
3
214
326
2,5
0,31
2,2
3,3
226
284
11,1
6
3
214
326
2,5
0,40
1,7
2,5
238
313
16,7
9
4
217
343
3
0,26
2,6
3,9
235
304
16,7
9
4
217
343
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
248
351
22,3
12
5
220
400
4
0,33
2
3
220
241
278
8,3
4,5
2,1
231
289
2
0,16
4,2
6,3
250
306
13,9
7,5
3
233
327
2,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
244
295
11,1
6
3
233
327
2,5
0,33
2
3
255
320
16,7
9
4
237
353
3
0,30
2,3
3,4
248
310
11,1
6
4
237
353
3
0,40
1,7
2,5
263
346
16,7
9
4
237
383
3
0,27
2,5
3,7
259
338
16,7
9
4
237
383
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
279
389
22,3
12
5
240
440
4
0,31
2,2
3,3
240
261
298
8,3
4,5
2,1
251
309
2
0,15
4,5
6,7
271
326
13,9
7,5
3
253
347
2,5
0,23
2,9
4,4
265
316
11,1
6
3
253
347
2,5
0,30
2,3
3,4
277
348
16,7
9
4
257
383
3
0,30
2,3
3,4
271
336
11,1
6
4
257
383
3
0,40
1,7
2,5
290
383
22,3
12
4
257
423
3
0,27
2,5
3,7
286
374
22,3
12
4
257
423
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
303
423
22,3
12
5
260
480
4
0,31
2,2
3,3
260
287
331
8,3
4,5
2,1
271
349
2
0,18
3,8
5,6
295
360
16,7
9
4
275
385
3
0,23
2,9
4,4
289
347
11,1
6
4
275
385
3
0,33
2
3
301
380
16,7
9
4
277
423
3
0,31
2,2
3,3
293
368
13,9
7,5
4
277
423
3
0,40
1,7
2,5
311
421
22,3
12
5
280
460
4
0,27
2,5
3,7
312
408
22,3
12
5
280
460
4
0,35
1,9
2,9
328
458
22,3
12
6
286
514
5
0,31
2,2
3,3
3,6
2,8
2
2,2
1,6
2,5
1,8
2
4
2,8
2
2,2
1,6
2,5
1,8
2,2
4,5
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,6
2,5
1,8
2,2
3,6
2,8
2
2,2
1,6
2,5
1,8
2,2
45
Spherical roller bearings
d 280 – 360 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
D D1
d
d d2
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue Speed ratings
Mass
load Reference
Limiting
limit
speed
speed
Pu
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
280
380
420
420
460
460
75
106
140
146
180
845
1 730
2 160
2 650
3 100
1 760
2 850
3 800
4 250
5 100
143
224
285
335
415
1 400
1 300
950
1 000
800
1 700
1 600
1 400
1 300
1 100
25,0
52,5
69,5
97,0
120
23956 CC/W33
23056 CC/W33
24056 CC/W33
23156 CC/W33
24156 CC/W33
23956 CCK/W33
23056 CCK/W33
24056 CCK30/W33
23156 CCK/W33
24156 CCK30/W33
500
500
580
130
176
175
2 700
3 250
4 000
3 750
4 900
5 200
300
365
365
1 100
800
800
1 500
1 100
1 100
115
150
235
22256 CC/W33
23256 CC/W33
22356 CC/W33
22256 CCK/W33
23256 CCK/W33
22356 CCK/W33
300
420
460
460
90
118
160
1 200
2 120
2 700
2 500
3 450
4 750
200
265
355
1 300
1 200
850
1 600
1 500
1 200
39,5
71,5
97,0
23960 CC/W33
23060 CC/W33
24060 CC/W33
23960 CCK/W33
23060 CCK/W33
24060 CCK30/W33
500
500
540
540
160
200
140
192
3 200
3 750
3 150
3 900
5 100
6 300
4 250
5 850
380
465
325
425
950
700
1 000
750
1 200
1 000
1 400
1 000
125
160
145
190
23160 CC/W33
24160 CC/W33
22260 CC/W33
23260 CC/W33
23160 CCK/W33
24160 CCK30/W33
22260 CCK/W33
23260 CCK/W33
320
440
480
480
90
121
160
1 430
2 240
2 850
2 700
3 800
5 100
212
285
400
1 400
1 100
800
1 500
1 400
1 200
42,0
78,0
100
23964 CC/W33
23064 CC/W33
24064 CC/W33
23964 CCK/W33
23064 CCK/W33
24064 CCK30/W33
540
540
580
580
176
218
150
208
3 750
4 250
3 600
4 400
6 000
7 100
4 900
6 700
440
510
375
480
850
670
950
700
1 100
900
1 300
950
165
210
175
240
23164 CC/W33
24164 CC/W33
22264 CC/W33
23264 CC/W33
23164 CCK/W33
24164 CCK30/W33
22264 CCK/W33
23264 CCK/W33
340
460
520
520
90
133
180
1 460
2 700
3 450
2 800
4 550
6 200
216
335
475
1 300
1 000
750
1 400
1 300
1 100
45,5
105
140
23968 CC/W33
23068 CC/W33
24068 CC/W33
23968 CCK/W33
23068 CCK/W33
24068 CCK30/W33
580
580
620
190
243
224
4 250
5 300
5 100
6 800
8 650
7 800
480
630
550
800
600
560
1 000
850
800
210
280
295
23168 CC/W33
24168 ECCJ/W33
23268 CA/W33
23168 CCK/W33
24168 ECCK30J/W33
23268 CAK/W33
360
480
540
540
90
134
180
1 400
2 750
3 550
2 750
4 800
6 550
220
345
490
1 200
950
700
1 300
1 200
1 000
46,0
110
145
23972 CC/W33
23072 CC/W33
24072 CC/W33
23972 CCK/W33
23072 CCK/W33
24072 CCK30/W33
600
600
650
650
192
243
170
232
4 300
5 600
4 300
5 400
6 950
9 300
6 200
8 300
490
670
440
570
750
560
630
530
1 000
800
850
750
220
280
255
335
23172 CC/W33
24172 ECCJ/W33
22272 CA/W33
23272 CA/W33
23172 CCK/W33
24172 ECCK30J/W33
22272 CAK/W33
23272 CAK/W33
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
46
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da
da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
Y2
Y0
–
280
308
352
11,1
6
2,1
291
369
2
0,16
4,2
6,3
315
380
16,7
9
4
295
405
3
0,23
2,9
4,4
309
368
11,1
6
4
295
405
3
0,31
2,2
3,3
321
401
16,7
9
5
300
440
4
0,30
2,3
3,4
314
390
13,9
7,5
5
300
440
4
0,40
1,7
2,5
333
441
22,3
12
5
300
480
4
0,26
2,6
3,9
332
429
22,3
12
5
300
480
4
0,35
1,9
2,9
354
492
22,3
12
6
306
554
5
0,30
2,3
3,4
300
333
385
11,1
6
3
313
407
2,5
0,19
3,6
5,3
340
414
16,7
9
4
315
445
3
0,23
2,9
4,4
331
400
13,9
7,5
4
315
445
3
0,33
2
3
345
434
16,7
9
5
320
480
4
0,30
2,3
3,4
338
422
13,9
7,5
5
320
480
4
0,40
1,7
2,5
354
477
22,3
12
5
320
520
4
0,26
2,6
3,9
356
461
22,3
12
5
320
520
4
0,35
1,9
2,9
320
354
406
11,1
6
3
333
427
2,5
0,17
4
5,9
360
434
16,7
9
4
335
465
3
0,23
2,9
4,4
354
423
13,9
7,5
4
335
465
3
0,31
2,2
3,3
370
465
22,3
12
5
340
520
4
0,31
2,2
3,3
364
455
16,7
9
5
340
520
4
0,40
1,7
2,5
379
513
22,3
12
5
340
560
4
0,26
2,6
3,9
382
493
22,3
12
5
340
560
4
0,35
1,9
2,9
340
373
426
11,1
6
3
353
447
2,5
0,17
4
5,9
385
468
22,3
12
5
358
502
4
0,24
2,8
4,2
377
453
16,7
9
5
358
502
4
0,33
2
3
394
498
22,3
12
5
360
560
4
0,31
2,2
3,3
383
491
16,7
9
5
360
560
4
0,40
1,7
2,5
426
528
22,3
12
6
366
594
5
0,35
1,9
2,9
4
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,6
360
394
447
11,1
6
3
373
467
2,5
0,15
4,5
6,7
404
483
22,3
12
5
378
522
4
0,23
2,9
4,4
397
474
16,7
9
5
378
522
4
0,31
2,2
3,3
418
524
22,3
12
5
380
580
4
0,30
2,3
3,4
404
511
16,7
9
5
380
580
4
0,40
1,7
2,5
453
568
22,3
12
6
386
624
5
0,26
2,6
3,9
447
552
22,3
12
6
386
624
5
0,35
1,9
2,9
4,5
2,8
2,2
2,5
1,8
2,2
3,6
2,8
2
2,2
1,6
2,5
1,8
4
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,6
2,5
1,8
4
2,8
2
2,2
1,6
1,8
2,2
1,6
2,5
1,8
47
Spherical roller bearings
d 380 – 480 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
D D1
d
d d2
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue Speed ratings
Mass
load Reference
Limiting
limit
speed
speed
Pu
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
380
520
560
560
106
135
180
1 960
2 900
3 600
3 800
5 000
6 800
285
360
480
1 100
900
670
1 200
1 200
950
69,0
115
150
23976 CC/W33
23076 CC/W33
24076 CC/W33
23976 CCK/W33
23076 CCK/W33
24076 CCK30/W33
620
620
680
194
243
240
4 400
5 700
5 850
7 100
9 800
9 150
500
710
620
560
480
500
1 000
850
750
230
300
375
23176 CA/W33
24176 ECA/W33
23276 CA/W33
23176 CAK/W33
24176 ECAK30/W33
23276 CAK/W33
400
540
600
600
106
148
200
2 000
3 250
4 300
3 900
5 700
8 000
290
400
560
1 100
850
630
1 200
1 100
900
71,0
150
205
23980 CC/W33
23080 CC/W33
24080 ECCJ/W33
23980 CCK/W33
23080 CCK/W33
24080 ECCK30J/W33
650
650
720
820
200
250
256
243
4 650
6 200
6 550
7 500
7 650
10 600
10 400
10 400
530
735
680
670
530
430
480
430
950
800
670
750
265
340
450
650
23180 CA/W33
24180 ECA/W33
23280 CA/W33
22380 CA/W33
23180 CAK/W33
24180 ECAK30/W33
23280 CAK/W33
22380 CAK/W33
420
560
620
620
106
150
200
2 040
3 400
4 400
4 150
6 000
8 300
300
415
585
1 000
600
530
1 100
1 100
900
74,5
155
210
23984 CC/W33
23084 CA/W33
24084 ECA/W33
23984 CCK/W33
23084 CAK/W33
24084 ECAK30/W33
700
700
760
224
280
272
5 600
7 350
7 350
9 300
12 600
11 600
620
850
765
480
400
450
900
700
630
350
445
535
23184 CJ/W33
24184 ECA/W33
23284 CA/W33
23184 CKJ/W33
24184 ECAK30/W33
23284 CAK/W33
440
600
650
650
118
157
212
2 450
3 650
4 800
4 900
6 550
9 150
345
450
630
950
560
500
1 000
1 000
850
99,5
180
245
23988 CC/W33
23088 CA/W33
24088 ECA/W33
23988 CCK/W33
23088 CAK/W33
24088 ECAK30/W33
720
720
790
226
280
280
6 000
7 500
7 800
10 000
13 200
12 500
670
900
800
450
400
430
850
700
600
360
460
590
23188 CA/W33
24188 ECA/W33
23288 CA/W33
23188 CAK/W33
24188 ECAK30/W33
23288 CAK/W33
460
580
620
680
680
118
118
163
218
1 790
2 500
3 900
5 200
4 900
5 000
6 950
10 000
345
355
465
670
560
600
560
480
1 100
1 000
950
800
75,5
105
205
275
24892 CAMA/W20
23992 CA/W33
23092 CA/W33
24092 ECA/W33
24892 CAK30MA/W20
23992 CAK/W33
23092 CAK/W33
24092 ECAK30/W33
760
760
830
240
300
296
6 400
8 300
8 500
10 800
14 600
13 700
680
1 000
880
430
360
400
800
670
560
440
560
695
23192 CA/W33
24192 ECA/W33
23292 CA/W33
23192 CAK/W33
24192 ECAK30/W33
23292 CAK/W33
480
650
700
700
128
165
218
2 900
3 900
5 300
5 700
6 800
10 400
405
450
695
560
530
450
1 000
950
750
125
215
285
23996 CA/W33
23096 CA/W33
24096 ECA/W33
23996 CAK/W33
23096 CAK/W33
24096 ECAK30/W33
790
790
870
248
308
310
6 950
9 000
9 300
12 000 15 600
15 000
780
1 040
950
400
340
380
750
630
530
485
605
800
23196 CA/W33
24196 ECA/W33
23296 CA/W33
23196 CAK/W33
24196 ECAK30/W33
23296 CAK/W33
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
48
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da
da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
Y2
Y0
–
380
419
481
13,9
7,5
4
395
505
3
0,17
4
5,9
426
509
22,3
12
5
398
542
4
0,22
3
4,6
419
497
16,7
9
5
398
542
4
0,30
2,3
3,4
452
541
22,3
12
5
400
600
4
0,30
2,3
3,4
442
532
16,7
9
5
400
600
4
0,37
1,8
2,7
471
581
22,3
12
6
406
654
5
0,35
1,9
2,9
400
439
500
13,9
7,5
4
415
525
3
0,16
4,2
6,3
450
543
22,3
12
5
418
582
4
0,23
2,9
4,4
442
527
22,3
12
5
418
582
4
0,30
2,3
3,4
474
566
22,3
12
6
426
624
5
0,28
2,4
3,6
465
559
22,3
12
6
426
624
5
0,37
1,8
2,7
499
615
22,3
12
6
426
694
5
0,35
1,9
2,9
534
697
22,3
12
7,5
432
788
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
420
459
520
16,7
9
4
435
545
3
0,16
4,2
6,3
485
563
22,3
12
5
438
602
4
0,22
3
4,6
476
547
22,3
12
5
438
602
4
0,30
2,3
3,4
483
607
22,3
12
6
446
674
5
0,30
2,3
3,4
494
597
22,3
12
6
446
674
5
0,40
1,7
2,5
525
649
22,3
12
7,5
452
728
6
0,35
1,9
2,9
4
2,8
2,2
440
484
553
16,7
9
4
455
585
3
0,16
4,2
6,3
509
590
22,3
12
6
463
627
5
0,22
3
4,6
498
572
22,3
12
6
463
627
5
0,30
2,3
3,4
528
632
22,3
12
6
466
694
5
0,30
2,3
3,4
516
618
22,3
12
6
466
694
5
0,37
1,8
2,7
547
676
22,3
12
7,5
472
758
6
0,35
1,9
2,9
460
505
541
–
6
3
473
567
2,5
0,17
4
5,9
512
574
16,7
9
4
475
605
3
0,16
4,2
6,3
531
617
22,3
12
6
483
657
5
0,22
3
4,6
523
601
22,3
12
6
483
657
5
0,28
2,4
3,6
553
666
22,3
12
7,5
492
728
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
544
649
22,3
12
7,5
492
728
6
0,37
1,8
2,7
572
706
22,3
12
7,5
492
798
6
0,35
1,9
2,9
480
532
602
16,7
9
5
498
632
4
0,18
3,8
5,6
547
633
22,3
12
6
503
677
5
0,21
3,2
4,8
541
619
22,3
12
6
503
677
5
0,28
2,4
3,6
577
692
22,3
12
7,5
512
758
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
564
678
22,3
12
7,5
512
758
6
0,37
1,8
2,7
600
741
22,3
12
7,5
512
838
6
0,35
1,9
2,9
4
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,8
1,8
4
2,8
2,2
2,5
1,8
1,8
2,2
4
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,6
1,8
2,2
1,8
1,8
4
4
2,8
2,5
2,2
1,8
1,8
3,6
3,2
2,5
2,2
1,8
1,8
49
Spherical roller bearings
d 500 – 630 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
d d2
D D1
d
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue load limit
Pu
Speed ratings
Mass
Refer-
Limiting
ence
speed
speed
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
500
670
720
720
128
167
218
2 900
4 150
5 500
6 000
7 800
11 000
415
510
735
530
500
430
950
900
700
130
225
295
239/500 CA/W33
230/500 CA/W33
240/500 ECA/W33
239/500 CAK/W33
230/500 CAK/W33
240/500 ECAK30/W33
830
830
920
264
325
336
7 650
9 800
10 600
12 900
17 000
17 300
830
1 120
1 060
380
320
360
700
600
500
580
700
985
231/500 CA/W33
241/500 ECA/W33
232/500 CA/W33
231/500 CAK/W33
241/500 ECAK30/W33
232/500 CAK/W33
530
650
710
780
780
118
136
185
250
1 840
3 200
5 100
6 700
5 300
6 700
9 300
13 200
380
480
630
830
480
500
450
400
950
900
800
670
86,0
155
310
410
248/530 CAMA/W20
239/530 CA/W33
230/530 CA/W33
240/530 ECA/W33
248/530 CAK30MA/W20
239/530 CAK/W33
230/530 CAK/W33
240/530 ECAK30/W33
870
870
980
272
335
355
8 150
10 600
11 100
14 000
19 000
20 400
915
1 220
1 220
360
300
300
670
560
480
645
830
1 200
231/530 CA/W33
241/530 ECA/W33
232/530 CA/W33
231/530 CAK/W33
241/530 ECAK30/W33
232/530 CAK/W33
560
750
820
820
140
195
258
3 450
5 600
7 350
7 200
10 200
14 600
510
680
960
450
430
380
850
750
630
175
355
465
239/560 CA/W33
230/560 CA/W33
240/560 ECA/W33
239/560 CAK/W33
230/560 CAK/W33
240/560 ECAK30/W33
920
920
1 030
280
355
365
9 150
12 000
11 500
16 000
21 600
22 000
980
1 340
1 400
340
280
280
630
500
430
740
985
1 350
231/560 CA/W33
241/560 ECJ/W33
232/560 CA/W33
231/560 CAK/W33
241/560 ECK30J/W33
232/560 CAK/W33
600
800
870
870
150
200
272
3 900
6 000
8 150
8 300
11 400
17 000
585
750
1 100
430
400
340
750
700
560
220
405
520
239/600 CA/W33
230/600 CA/W33
240/600 ECA/W33
239/600 CAK/W33
230/600 CAK/W33
240/600 ECAK30/W33
980
980
1 090
300
375
388
10 200
11 500
13 100
18 000
23 600
25 500
1 100
1 460
1 560
320
240
260
560
480
400
895
1 200
1 600
231/600 CA/W33
241/600 ECA/W33
232/600 CA/W33
231/600 CAK/W33
241/600 ECAK30/W33
232/600 CAK/W33
630
780
850
920
920
112
165
212
290
2 190
4 650
6 700
8 800
6 100
9 800
12 500
18 000
415
640
800
1 140
400
400
380
320
750
700
670
530
120
280
485
645
238/630 CAMA/W20
239/630 CA/W33
230/630 CA/W33
240/630 ECJ/W33
238/630 CAKMA/W20
239/630 CAK/W33
230/630 CAK/W33
240/630 ECK30J/W33
1 030
1 030
315
400
10 500
12 700
20 800
27 000
1 220
1 630
260
220
530
450
1 050
1 400
231/630 CA/W33
241/630 ECA/W33
231/630 CAK/W33
241/630 ECAK30/W33
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
50
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
Y2
Y0
–
500
557
622
22,3
12
5
518
652
4
0,17
4
5,9
571
658
22,3
12
6
523
697
5
0,21
3,2
4,8
565
644
22,3
12
6
523
697
5
0,26
2,6
3,9
603
726
22,3
12
7,5
532
798
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
589
713
22,3
12
7,5
532
798
6
0,37
1,8
2,7
631
779
22,3
12
7,5
532
888
6
0,35
1,9
2,9
4
3,2
2,5
530
573
612
–
7,5
3
543
637
2,5
0,15
4,5
6,7
589
661
22,3
12
5
548
692
4
0,17
4
5,9
611
710
22,3
12
6
553
757
5
0,22
3
4,6
600
687
22,3
12
6
553
757
5
0,28
2,4
3,6
636
763
22,3
12
7,5
562
838
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
623
748
22,3
12
7,5
562
838
6
0,37
1,8
2,7
668
836
22,3
12
9,5
570
940
8
0,35
1,9
2,9
560
625
697
22,3
12
5
578
732
4
0,16
4,2
6,3
644
746
22,3
12
6
583
797
5
0,22
3
4,6
635
728
22,3
12
6
583
797
5
0,28
2,4
3,6
673
809
22,3
12
7,5
592
888
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
634
796
22,3
12
7,5
592
888
6
0,35
1,9
2,9
704
878
22,3
12
9,5
600
990
8
0,35
1,9
2,9
600
668
744
22,3
12
5
618
782
4
0,17
4
5,9
683
789
22,3
12
6
623
847
5
0,22
3
4,6
675
774
22,3
12
6
623
847
5
0,30
2,3
3,4
720
863
22,3
12
7,5
632
948
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
702
845
22,3
12
7,5
632
948
6
0,37
1,8
2,7
752
929
22,3
12
9,5
640
1 050
8
0,35
1,9
2,9
630
681
738
–
9
4
645
765
3
0,12
5,6
8,4
705
787
22,3
12
6
653
827
5
0,17
4
5,9
725
839
22,3
12
7,5
658
892
6
0,21
3,2
4,8
697
823
22,3
12
7,5
658
892
6
0,28
2,4
3,6
4,5
4
2,8
2,5
2,2
1,8
755
738
918
885
22,3
22,3
12
12
7,5
7,5
662
662
998
998
6
6
0,30
0,37
2,3
1,8
3,4
2,7
2,2
1,8
1,8
2,2
1,8
1,8
4
2,8
2,5
2,2
1,8
1,8
4
2,8
2,2
2,2
1,8
1,8
5,6
4
3,2
2,5
51
Spherical roller bearings
d 670 – 850 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
d d2
D D1
d
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue load limit
Pu
Speed ratings
Mass
Refer-
Limiting
ence
speed
speed
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
670
820
820
900
980
980
112
150
170
230
308
2 250
3 110
5 000
7 650
10 000
6 400
9 500
10 800
14 600
20 400
440
655
695
915
1 320
360
360
360
340
300
700
700
670
600
500
130
172
315
600
790
238/670 CAMA/W20
248/670 CAMA/W20
239/670 CA/W33
230/670 CA/W33
240/670 ECA/W33
238/670 CAKMA/W20
–
239/670 CAK/W33
230/670 CAK/W33
240/670 ECAK30/W33
1 090
1 090
1 220
336
412
438
10 900
13 800
15 400
22 400
29 000
30 500
1 370
1 760
1 700
240
200
220
500
400
360
1 250
1 600
2 270
231/670 CA/W33
241/670 ECA/W33
232/670 CA/W33
231/670 CAK/W33
241/670 ECAK30/W33
232/670 CAK/W33
710
870
950
950
1 030
1 030
118
180
243
236
315
2 580
5 600
6 800
8 300
10 400
7 500
12 000
15 600
16 300
22 000
500
765
930
1 000
1 370
340
340
300
320
280
670
600
500
560
450
153
365
495
670
895
238/710 CAMA/W20
239/710 CA/W33
249/710 CA/W33
230/710 CA/W33
240/710 ECA/W33
–
239/710 CAK/W33
249/710 CAK30/W33
230/710 CAK/W33
240/710 ECAK30/W33
1 150
1 150
1 280
345
438
450
12 200
15 200
17 600
26 000
32 500
34 500
1 530
1 900
2 000
240
190
200
450
380
320
1 450
1 900
2 610
231/710 CA/W33
241/710 ECA/W33
232/710 CA/W33
231/710 CAK/W33
241/710 ECAK30/W33
232/710 CAK/W33
750
920
1 000
1 000
1 090
1 090
128
185
250
250
335
2 930
6 000
7 650
9 650
11 400
8 500
13 200
18 000
18 600
24 000
550
815
1 100
1 100
1 400
320
320
280
300
260
600
560
480
530
430
180
420
560
795
1 065
238/750 CAMA/W20
239/750 CA/W33
249/750 CA/W33
230/750 CA/W33
240/750 ECA/W33
238/750 CAKMA/W20
239/750 CAK/W33
249/750 CAK30/W33
230/750 CAK/W33
240/750 ECAK30/W33
1 220
1 220
1 360
365
475
475
13 800
17 300
18 700
29 000
37 500
36 500
1 660
2 160
2 120
220
180
190
430
360
300
1 700
2 100
3 050
231/750 CA/W33
241/750 ECA/W33
232/750 CAF/W33
231/750 CAK/W33
241/750 ECAK30/W33
232/750 CAKF/W33
800
980
1 060
1 060
180
195
258
4 140
6 400
8 000
12 900
14 300
19 300
830
880
1 060
300
300
260
560
530
430
300
470
640
248/800 CAMA/W20
239/800 CA/W33
249/800 CA/W33
248/800 CAK30MA/W20
239/800 CAK/W33
249/800 CAK30/W33
1 150
1 150
1 280
1 280
258
345
375
475
10 000
12 500
14 800
18 400
20 000
27 500
31 500
40 500
1 160
1 730
1 800
2 320
280
240
200
170
480
400
400
320
895
1 200
1 920
2 300
230/800 CA/W33
240/800 ECA/W33
231/800 CA/W33
241/800 ECA/W33
230/800 CAK/W33
240/800 ECAK30/W33
231/800 CAK/W33
241/800 ECAK30/W33
850
1 030
1 120
1 120
136
200
272
3 340
6 950
9 300
10 000
15 600
22 800
640
930
1 370
260
280
240
530
480
400
240
560
740
238/850 CAMA/W20
239/850 CA/W33
249/850 CA/W33
238/850 CAKMA/W20
239/850 CAK/W33
249/850 CAK30/W33
1 220
1 220
1 360
1 360
272
365
400
500
9 370
12 700
16 100
20 200
21 600
31 500
34 500
45 000
1 270
1 900
2 000
2 550
240
200
180
150
450
360
360
300
1 050
1 410
2 200
2 710
230/850 CA/W33
240/850 ECA/W33
231/850 CA/W33
241/850 ECAF/W33
230/850 CAK/W33
240/850 ECAK30/W33
231/850 CAK/W33
241/850 ECAK30F/W33
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
52
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
Y2
Y0
–
670
720
778
–
9
4
685
805
3
0,11
6,1
9,1
718
772
–
9
4
685
805
3
0,16
4,2
6,3
749
835
22,3
12
6
693
877
5
0,17
4
5,9
770
892
22,3
12
7,5
698
952
6
0,21
3,2
4,8
756
866
22,3
12
7,5
698
952
6
0,28
2,4
3,6
802
959
22,3
12
7,5
702
1 058
6
0,30
2,3
3,4
782
942
22,3
12
7,5
702
1 058
6
0,37
1,8
2,7
830
1 028
22,3
12
12
718
1 172
10
0,35
1,9
2,9
710
762
826
–
12
4
725
855
3
0,11
6,1
9,1
788
882
22,3
12
6
733
927
5
0,17
4
5,9
792
868
22,3
12
6
733
927
5
0,22
3
4,6
814
941
22,3
12
7,5
738
1 002
6
0,21
3,2
4,8
807
918
22,3
12
7,5
738
1 002
6
0,27
2,5
3,7
850
1 017
22,3
12
9,5
750
1 110
8
0,28
2,4
3,6
826
989
22,3
12
9,5
750
1 110
8
0,37
1,8
2,7
875
1 097
22,3
12
12
758
1 232
10
0,35
1,9
2,9
750
807
873
–
12
5
768
902
4
0,11
6,1
9,1
832
930
22,3
12
6
773
977
5
0,16
4,2
6,3
830
916
22,3
12
6
773
977
5
0,22
3
4,6
860
998
22,3
12
7,5
778
1 062
6
0,21
3,2
4,8
853
970
22,3
12
7,5
778
1 062
6
0,28
2,4
3,6
900
1 080
22,3
12
9,5
790
1 180
8
0,28
2,4
3,6
875
1 050
22,3
12
9,5
790
1 180
8
0,37
1,8
2,7
938
1 163
22,3
12
15
808
1 302
12
0,35
1,9
2,9
800
862
921
–
12
5
818
962
4
0,15
4,5
6,7
885
986
22,3
12
6
823
1 037
5
0,16
4,2
6,3
883
973
22,3
12
6
823
1 037
5
0,21
3,2
4,8
915
1 053
22,3
12
7,5
828
1 122
6
0,20
3,4
5
908
1 028
22,3
12
7,5
828
1 122
6
0,27
2,5
3,7
950
1 141
22,3
12
9,5
840
1 240
8
0,28
2,4
3,6
930
1 111
22,3
12
9,5
840
1 240
8
0,35
1,9
2,9
6,3
4
4
3,2
2,5
850
910
940
940
981
1 046
1 029
–
22,3
22,3
12
12
12
5
6
6
868
873
873 1 012
1 097
1 097
4
5
5
0,11
0,16
0,22
6,1
4,2
3
9,1
6,3
4,6
6,3
4
2,8
969
954
1 010
988
1 117
1 088
1 205
1 182
22,3
22,3
22,3
22,3
12
12
12
12
7,5
7,5
12
12
878
878
898
898
1 192
1 192
1 312
1 312
6
6
10
10
0,20
0,27
0,28
0,35
3,4
2,5
2,4
1,9
5
3,7
3,6
2,9
3,2
2,5
2,5
1,8
2,2
1,8
1,8
6,3
4
2,8
3,2
2,5
2,5
1,8
1,8
6,3
4
2,8
3,2
2,5
2,5
1,8
1,8
4,5
4
3,2
3,2
2,5
2,5
1,8
53
Spherical roller bearings
d 900 – 1 800 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
d d2
D D1
d
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic
static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue load limit
Pu
Speed ratings
Mass
Refer- Limiting
ence
speed
speed
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
900
1 090
1 180
1 280
1 280
1 420
190
206
280
375
515
4 660
7 500
10 100
13 600
21 400
15 300
17 000
23 200
34 500
49 000
950
1 020
1 340
2 040
2 700
240
260
220
190
140
480
450
400
340
280
370
605
1 200
1 570
3 350
248/900 CAMA/W20
239/900 CA/W33
230/900 CA/W33
240/900 ECA/W33
241/900 ECAF/W33
248/900 CAK30MA/W20
239/900 CAK/W33
230/900 CAK/W33
240/900 ECAK30/W33
241/900 ECAK30F/W33
950
1 250
1 250
1 360
1 360
1 500
224
300
300
412
545
7 250
9 200
12 000
14 800
23 900
19 600
26 000
28 500
39 000
55 000
1 120
1 500
1 600
2 320
3 000
220
180
200
170
130
430
340
380
300
260
755
1 015
1 450
1 990
3 535
239/950 CA/W33
249/950 CA/W33
230/950 CA/W33
240/950 CAF/W33
241/950 ECAF/W33
239/950 CAK/W33
249/950 CAK30/W33
230/950 CAK/W33
240/950 CAK30F/W33
241/950 ECAK30F/W33
1 000
1 220
1 320
1 420
1 420
165
315
308
412
4 660
10 400
12 700
15 400
14 300
29 000
30 500
40 500
865
1 500
1 700
2 240
220
170
180
160
400
320
360
280
410
1 200
1 600
2 140
238/1000 CAMA/W20
249/1000 CA/W33
230/1000 CAF/W33
240/1000 CAF/W33
238/1000 CAKMA/W20
249/1000 CAK30/W33
230/1000 CAKF/W33
240/1000 CAK30F/W33
1 580
1 580
462
580
21 400
26 700
48 000
62 000
2 550
3 350
140
120
280
240
3 500
4 300
231/1000 CAF/W33 231/1000 CAKF/W33
241/1000 ECAF/W33 241/1000 ECAK30F/W33
1 060
1 280
1 280
1 400
1 400
165
218
250
335
4 770
6 100
9 550
11 500
15 000
20 000
26 000
32 500
800
1 200
1 460
1 860
200
200
180
160
380
380
360
280
435
570
1 100
1 400
238/1060 CAMA/W20
248/1060 CAMA/W20
239/1060 CAF/W33
249/1060 CAF/W33
238/1060 CAKMA/W20
248/1060 CAK30MA/W20
239/1060 CAKF/W33
249/1060 CAK30F/W33
1 500
1 500
325
438
13 800
17 300
34 000
45 500
1 830
2 500
170
150
320
260
2 250
2 515
230/1060 CAF/W33
240/1060 CAF/W33
230/1060 CAKF/W33
240/1060 CAK30F/W33
1 120
1 360
1 460
1 580
243
335
462
7 250
11 700
18 700
24 000
34 500
50 000
1 400
1 830
2 850
180
140
130
340
260
240
735
1 500
2 925
248/1120 CAFA/W20 248/1120 CAK30FA/W20
249/1120 CAF/W33 249/1120 CAK30F/W33
240/1120 CAF/W33 240/1120 CAK30F/W33
1 180
1 420
1 420
1 540
1 540
180
243
272
355
5 870
7 710
11 100
13 600
18 600
27 000
31 000
40 500
1 080
1 560
1 660
2 160
170
170
150
130
320
320
300
240
575
770
1 400
1 800
238/1180 CAFA/W20
248/1180 CAFA/W20
239/1180 CAF/W33
249/1180 CAF/W33
238/1180 CAKFA/W20
248/1180 CAK30FA/W20
239/1180 CAKF/W33
249/1180 CAK30F/W33
1 250
1 750
375
17 900
45 000
2 400
130
240
2 840
230/1250 CAF/W33
230/1250 CAKF/W33
1 320
1 600
1 720
280
400
9 780
16 100
33 500
49 000
1 860
2 550
140
110
260
200
1 160
2 500
248/1320 CAFA/W20 248/1320 CAK30FA/W20
249/1320 CAF/W33 249/1320 CAK30F/W33
1 500
1 820
315
12 700
45 000
2 400
110
200
1 710
248/1500 CAFA/W20 248/1500 CAK30FA/W20
1 800
2 180
375
17 600
63 000
3 050
75
130
2 900
248/1800 CAFA/W20 248/1800 CAK30FA/W20
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
54
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
mm
mm
–
900
918
923
928
928
948
0,14
0,15
0,20
0,26
0,35
Y2
Y0
7,2
6,7
5
3,9
2,9
4,5
4,5
3,2
2,5
1,8
950
1 049
1 164
22,3
12
7,5
978
1 222
6
0,15
4,5
6,7
1 051
1 150
22,3
12
7,5
978
1 222
6
0,21
3,2
4,8
1 083
1 246
22,3
12
7,5
978
1 332
6
0,20
3,4
5
1 074
1 214
22,3
12
7,5
978
1 332
6
0,27
2,5
3,7
1 102
1 305
22,3
12
12
998
1 452
10
0,35
1,9
2,9
1 000
1 077
1 161
–
12
6
1 023
1 197
5
0,12
5,6
8,4
1 106
1 212
22,3
12
7,5
1 028
1 292
6
0,21
3,2
4,8
1 139
1 305
22,3
12
7,5
1 028
1 392
6
0,19
3,6
5,3
1 133
1 278
22,3
12
7,5
1 028
1 392
6
0,26
2,6
3,9
4,5
3,2
3,2
2,5
1,8
1 182
1 159
1 403
1 373
22,3
22,3
12
12
12
12
1 048
1 048
1 532
1 532
10
10
0,28
0,35
2,4
1,9
3,6
2,9
2,5
1,8
1 060
1 135
1 135
1 171
1 165
1 219
1 210
1 305
1 286
–
–
22,3
22,3
12
12
12
12
6
6
7,5
7,5
1 083
1 083
1 088
1 088
1 257
1 257
1 372
1 372
5
5
6
6
0,11
0,14
0,16
0,21
6,1
4,8
4,2
3,2
9,1
7,2
6,3
4,8
6,3
4,5
4
3,2
1 202
1 196
1 378
1 349
22,3
22,3
12
12
9,5
9,5
1 094
1 094
1 466
1 466
8
8
0,19
0,26
3,6
2,6
5,3
3,9
3,6
2,5
1 120
1 202
1 230
1 266
1 282
1 350
1 423
–
22,3
22,3
12
12
12
6
7,5
9,5
1 143
1 148
1 154
1 337
1 432
1 546
5
6
8
0,15
0,20
0,26
4,5
3,4
2,6
6,7
5
3,9
4,5
3,2
2,5
1 180
1 261
1 355
–
12
6
1 203
1 397
5
0,11
6,1
9,1
1 268
1 344
–
12
6
1 203
1 397
5
0,14
4,8
7,2
1 298
1 439
22,3
12
7,5
1 208
1 512
6
0,16
4,2
6,3
1 303
1 422
22,3
12
7,5
1 208
1 512
6
0,20
3,4
5
1 250
1 411
1 611
22,3
12
9,5
1 284
1 716
8
0,19
3,6
5,3
1 320
1 417
1 511
–
12
6
1 343
1 577
5
0,15
4,5
6,7
1 445
1 589
22,3
12
7,5
1 348
1 692
6
0,21
3,2
4,8
1 500
1 612
1 719
–
12
7,5
1 528
1 792
6
0,15
4,5
6,7
1 800
1 932
2 060
–
12
9,5
1 834
2 146
8
0,15
4,5
6,7
6,3
4,5
4
3,2
966
989
1 023
1 012
1 043
1 029
1 101
1 176
1 149
1 235
–
22,3
22,3
22,3
22,3
12
12
12
12
12
5
6
7,5
7,5
12
1 072
1 157
1 252
1 252
1 372
4
5
6
6
10
4,8
4,5
3,4
2,6
1,9
5,6
3,2
3,6
2,5
3,6
4,5
3,2
4,5
4,5
55
Sealed spherical roller bearings
d 25 – 120 mm
b
B
r1
K
r2
r1
r2
d
d d2
D D1
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic
static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue Limiting Mass
load speed
limit
Pu
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
25
52
23
49
44
4,75
3 600
0,31
BS2-2205-2CS
–
30
62
25
64
60
6,4
2 800
0,34
BS2-2206-2CS
–
35
72
28
86,5
85
9,3
2 400
0,52
BS2-2207-2CS
–
40
80
90
28
38
96,5
150
90
140
9,8
15
2 200
1 900
0,57
1,20
BS2-2208-2CS
BS2-2308-2CS
BS2-2208-2CSK
–
45
85
28
102
98
10,8
2 000
0,66
BS2-2209-2CS
BS2-2209-2CSK
50
90
28
104
108
11,8
1 900
0,70
BS2-2210-2CS
BS2-2210-2CSK
55
100
120
31
49
125
270
127
280
13,7
30
1 700
1 400
1,00
2,80
BS2-2211-2CS
BS2-2311-2CS
BS2-2211-2CSK
–
60
110
34
156
166
18,6
1 600
1,30
BS2-2212-2CS
BS2-2212-2CSK
65
100
120
35
38
132
193
173
216
20,4
24
1 000
1 500
0,95
1,60
24013-2CS5/VT143
BS2-2213-2CS
–
BS2-2213-2CSK
70
125
38
208
228
25,5
1 400
1,80
BS2-2214-2CS
BS2-2214-2CSK
75
115
130
160
40
38
64
173
212
440
232
240
475
28,5
26,5
48
950
1 300
950
1,55
2,10
6,50
24015-2CS2/VT143
BS2-2215-2CS
BS2-2315-2CS
–
BS2-2215-2CSK
–
80
140
40
236
270
29
1 200
2,40
BS2-2216-2CS
BS2-2216-2CSK
85
150
44
285
325
34,5
1 100
3,00
BS2-2217-2CS
BS2-2217-2CSK
90
160
48
325
375
39
1 000
3,70
BS2-2218-2CS
BS2-2218-2CSK
100
150
165
180
180
50
52
55
60,3
285
365
425
475
415
490
490
600
45,5
53
49
63
800
850
900
700
3,15
4,55
5,50
6,85
24020-2CS2/VT143
23120-2CS2/VT143
BS2-2220-2CS
23220-2CS
–
–
BS2-2220-2CSK
–
110
170
180
180
200
45
56
69
63
310
430
520
560
440
585
750
640
46,5
61
78
63
900
800
630
800
3,75
5,55
6,85
7,60
23022-2CS
23122-2CS2/VT143
24122-2CS2/VT143
BS2-2222-2CS5/VT143
–
–
–
–
120
180
180
200
215
46
60
80
69
355
430
655
630
510
670
950
765
52
68
95
73,5
850
670
560
750
4,20
5,45
10,5
9,75
23024-2CS2/VT143
24024-2CS2/VT143
24124-2CS2/VT143
BS2-2224-2CS
–
–
–
–
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
56
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
max
mm
mm
–
25
30
0,35
30
44,6
3,7
2
1
30
46,4
1
1,9
Y2
Y0
2,9
1,8
30
36
55,7
3,7
2
1
35,6
36
56,4
1
0,31
2,2
3,3
2
35
43
63,7
3,7
2
1,1
42
43
65
1
0,31
2,2
3,3
2,2
40
47
73
5,5
3
1,1
47
47
73
1
0,28
2,4
3,6
2,5
47,5
81
5,5
3
1,5
47,5
47,5
81
1,5
0,37
1,8
2,7
1,8
45
53
77,1
5,5
3
1,1
52
53
78
1
0,26
2,6
3,9
2,5
50
58
82,1
5,5
3
1,1
57
58
83
1
0,24
2,8
4,2
2,8
55
64
91,9
5,5
3
1,5
64
64
91
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
2,8
67
109
5,5
3
2
66
67
109
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
60
69
102
5,5
3
1,5
69
69
101
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
2,8
65
71,5
92,8
3,7
2
1,1
71
71,5
94
1
0,27
2,5
3,7
2,5
76
111
5,5
3
1,5
74
76
111
1,5
0,24
2,8
4,2
2,8
70
80
115
5,5
3
1,5
79
80
116
1,5
0,23
2,9
4,4
2,8
75
81,5
105
5,5
3
1,1
81
81,5
109
1
0,28
2,4
3,6
2,5
84
119
5,5
3
1,5
84
84
121
1,5
0,22
3
4,6
2,8
88
144
8,3
4,5
2,1
87
88
148
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
80
91,5
128
5,5
3
2
91
91,5
129
2
0,22
3
4,6
2,8
85
98
138
5,5
3
2
96
98
139
2
0,22
3
4,6
2,8
90
102
148
5,5
3
2
101
102
149
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
2,8
100
108
139
5,5
3
1,5
107
108
143
1,5
0,28
2,4
3,6
2,5
112
152
5,5
3
2
111
112
154
2
0,27
2,5
3,7
2,5
114
162
8,3
4,5
2,1
112
114
168
2
0,24
2,8
4,2
2,8
114
161
8,3
4,5
2,1
112
114
168
2
0,30
2,3
3,4
2,2
110
122
122
121
126
157
166
163
182
8,3
8,3
5,5
8,3
4,5
4,5
3
4,5
2
2
2
2,1
119
121
121
122
122
122
121
126
161
169
169
188
2
2
2
2
0,23
0,27
0,35
0,25
2,9
2,5
1,9
2,7
4,4
3,7
2,9
4
2,8
2,5
1,8
2,5
120
132
172
5,5
3
2
129
132
171
2
0,20
3,4
5
130
166
5,5
3
2
129
130
171
2
0,28
2,4
3,6
132
179
5,5
3
2
131
132
189
2
0,37
1,8
2,7
136
193
11,1
6
2,1
132
136
203
2
0,26
2,6
3,9
3,2
2,5
1,8
2,5
57
Sealed spherical roller bearings
d 130 – 220 mm
b
K
r2
r1
r1
r2
B
D D1
d d2
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic
static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue load limit
Pu
Limiting speed
Mass
Designation
mm
kN
kN
r/min
kg
–
130
200
200
210
52
69
80
430
540
680
610
815
1 000
62
81,5
100
800
600
530
6,00
8,05
11,0
23026-2CS2/VT143
24026-2CS2/VT143
24126-2CS2/VT143
140
210
225
250
69
85
88
570
765
915
900
1 160
1 250
88
112
120
560
450
530
8,55
13,5
19,5
24028-2CS2/VT143
24128-2CS2/VT143
23228-2CS5/VT143
150
225
250
75
100
655
1 020
1 040
1 530
100
146
530
400
10,5
20,0
24030-2CS2/VT143
24130-2CS2/VT143
160
240
270
80
86
750
980
1 200
1 370
114
129
450
530
13,0
20,5
24032-2CS2/VT143
23132-2CS2/VT143
170
260
280
90
109
930
1 220
1 460
1 860
137
170
400
360
17,5
27,5
24034-2CS2/VT143
24134-2CS2/VT143
180
280
100
1 080
1 730
156
380
23,0
24036-2CS2/VT143
190
320
128
1 600
2 500
212
340
43,0
24138-2CS2/VT143
200
340
360
140
128
1 800
1 860
2 800
2 700
232
228
320
430
53,5
58,0
24140-2CS
23240-2CS2/VT143
220
300
60
546
1 080
93
600
12,5
23944-2CS
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
58
ra
ra
Da da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet dimensions
Calculation factors
da
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
min
max
max
max
mm
mm
Y2
Y0
–
130
145
186
8,3
4,5
2
139
145
191
2
0,21
3,2
4,8
140
183
5,5
3
2
139
140
191
2
0,30
2,3
3,4
141
190
5,5
3
2
141
141
199
2
0,33
2
3
140
151
195
5,5
3
2
149
151
201
2
0,28
2,4
3,6
153
203
8,3
4,5
2,1
152
153
213
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
165
212
11,1
6
3
154
165
236
2,5
0,33
2
3
150
162
206
5,5
3
2,1
161
162
214
2
0,28
2,4
3,6
163
222
8,3
4,5
2,1
162
163
238
2
0,37
1,8
2,7
160
173
218
8,3
4,5
2,1
171
173
229
2
0,28
2,4
3,6
180
244
13,9
7,5
2,1
172
180
258
2
0,28
2,4
3,6
170
184
235
8,3
4,5
2,1
181
184
249
2
0,30
2,3
3,4
185
248
8,3
4,5
2,1
182
185
268
2
0,37
1,8
2,7
180
194
251
8,3
4,5
2,1
191
194
269
2
0,31
2,2
3,3
190
210
282
11,1
6
3
204
210
306
2,5
0,40
1,7
2,5
200
221
294
11,1
6
3
214
221
326
2,5
0,40
1,7
2,5
229
320
16,7
9
4
217
229
343
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
220
238
284
8,3
4,5
2,1
231
238
289
2
0,15
4,5
6,7
3,2
2,2
2
2,5
1,8
2
2,5
1,8
2,5
2,5
2,2
1,8
2,2
1,6
1,6
1,8
4,5
59
Spherical roller bearings for vibratory applications
d 40 – 170 mm
B
r1
b
K
r2
r1
r2
d
d d2
D D1
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue load limit
Pu
Speed ratings
Mass
Refer- Limiting
ence
speed
speed
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
r/min
kg
–
40
90
33
150
140
15
6 000 8 000
45
100
36
183
183
19,6
5 300 7 000
1,10
22308 E/VA405
–
1,40
22309 E/VA405
–
50
110
40
220
224
24
4 800
6 300
1,90
22310 E/VA405
–
55
120
43
270
280
30
4 300
5 600
2,45
22311 E/VA405
22311 EK/VA405
60
130
46
310
335
36,5
4 000
5 300
3,10
22312 E/VA405
22312 EK/VA405
65
140
48
340
360
38
3 800
5 000
3,75
22313 E/VA405
22313 EK/VA405
70
150
51
400
430
45
3 400
4 500
4,55
22314 E/VA405
22314 EK/VA405
75
160
55
440
475
48
3 200
4 300
5,55
22315 EJA/VA405 22315 EKJA/VA405
80
170
58
490
540
54
3 000
4 000
6,60
22316 EJA/VA405
22316 EKJA/VA405
85
180
180
60
60
550
550
620
620
61
61
2 800
2 800
3 800
3 800
7,65
7,65
22317 EJA/VA405
22317 EJA/VA406
22317 EKJA/VA405
–
90
190
64
610
695
67
2 600
3 600
9,05
22318 EJA/VA405
22318 EKJA/VA405
95
200
67
670
765
73,5
2 600
3 400
10,5
22319 EJA/VA405
22319 EKJA/VA405
100
215
215
73
73
815
815
950
950
88
88
2 400
2 400
3 000
3 000
13,5
13,5
22320 EJA/VA405
22320 EJA/VA406
22320 EKJA/VA405
–
110
240
240
80
80
950
950
1 120
1 120
100
100
2 000
2 000
2 800
2 800
18,4
18,4
22322 EJA/VA405
22322 EJA/VA406
22322 EKJA/VA405
–
120
260
260
86
86
965
965
1 120
1 120
100
100
2 000
2 000
2 600
2 600
23,0
23,0
22324 CCJA/W33VA405
22324 CCJA/W33VA406
22324 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
130
280
280
93
93
1 120
1 120
1 320
1 320
114
114
1 800
1 800
2 400
2 400
29,0
29,0
22326 CCJA/W33VA405
22326 CCJA/W33VA406
22326 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
140
300
300
102
102
1 290
1 290
1 560
1 560
132
132
1 700
1 700
2 200
2 200
36,5
36,5
22328 CCJA/W33VA405
22328 CCJA/W33VA406
22328 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
150
320
320
108
108
1 460
1 460
1 760
1 760
146
146
1 600
1 600
2 000
2 000
43,5
43,5
22330 CCJA/W33VA405
22330 CCJA/W33VA406
22330 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
160
340
340
114
114
1 600
1 600
1 960
1 960
160
160
1 500
1 500
1 900
1 900
52,0
52,0
22332 CCJA/W33VA405
22332 CCJA/W33VA406
22332 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
170
360
360
120
120
1 760
1 760
2 160
2 160
176
176
1 400
1 400
1 800
1 800
61,0
61,0
22334 CCJA/W33VA405
22334 CCJA/W33VA406
22334 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
kN
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
60
tapered bore
ra
ra
Da
da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet Calculation factors
dimensions
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
Y2
Y0
min
max
max
Permissible
accelerations1)
for oil lubrication
rotational
linear
mm
mm
m/s2
–
40
49,7 74,3 5,5
3
1,5
49
81
1,5
0,37
1,8
2,7
1,8
115 g
45
56,4 83,4 5,5
3
1,5
54
91
1,5
0,37
1,8
2,7
1,8
97 g
50
62,1 91,9 5,5
3
2
61
99
2
0,37
1,8
2,7
1,8
85 g
55
70,1 102
5,5
3
2
66
109
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
78 g
60
77,9 110
8,3
4,5
2,1
72
118
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
70 g
65
81,6 118
8,3
4,5
2,1
77
128
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
69 g
70
90,3 128
8,3
4,5
2,1
82
138
2
0,33
2
3
2
61 g
75
92,8 135
8,3
4,5
2,1
87
148
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
88 g
80
98,3 143
8,3
4,5
2,1
92
158
2
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
80 g
85
108 154
8,3
4,5
3
99
166
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
74 g
108 154
8,3
4,5
3
99
166
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
74 g
90
113 161
11,1 6
3
104
176
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
68 g
95
118 168
11,1 6
3
109
186
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
64 g
100
130 184
11,1 6
3
114
201
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
56 g
130 184
11,1 6
3
114
201
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
56 g
110
143 204
13,9 7,5
3
124
226
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
53 g
143 204
13,9 7,5
3
124
226
2,5
0,33
2
3
2
53 g
120
152 216
13,9 7,5
3
134
246
2,5
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
96 g
152 216
13,9 7,5
3
134
246
2,5
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
96 g
130
164 233
16,7 9
4
147
263
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
87 g
164 233
16,7 9
4
147
263
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
87 g
31 g
140
78 g
78 g
20 g
20 g
150
188 266
16,7 9
4
167
303
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
72 g
188 266
16,7 9
4
167
303
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
72 g
160
200 282
16,7 9
4
177
323
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
69 g
200 282
16,7 9
4
177
323
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
69 g
170
213 300
16,7 9
4
187
343
3
0,33
2
3
2
65 g
213 300
16,7 9
4
187
343
3
0,33
2
3
2
65 g
19 g
19 g
1)
175
175
247
247
16,7
16,7
9
9
4
4
157
157
283
283
3
3
0,35
0,35
1,9
1,9
2,9
2,9
1,8
1,8
29 g
28 g
26 g
25 g
24 g
23 g
23 g
22 g
21 g
21 g
21 g
20 g
20 g
20 g
19 g
19 g
21 g
21 g
20 g
20 g
18 g
18 g
18 g
18 g
For details about permissible accelerations † page 11
61
Spherical roller bearings for vibratory applications
d 180 – 240 mm
B
r1
b
K
r2
r1
r2
D D1
d
d d2
Cylindrical bore
Tapered bore
Principal dimensions
Basic load ratings
dynamic static
d
D
B
C
C0
Fatigue load limit
Pu
Speed ratings
Mass
Refer- Limiting
ence
speed
speed
Designations
Bearing with
cylindrical bore
mm
kN
r/min
–
kN
kg
tapered bore
180
380
126
2 000
2 450
193
1 300 1 700
71,5
22336 CCJA/W33VA405
380
126
2 000
2 450
193
1 300 1 700
71,5
22336 CCJA/W33VA406
190
400
132
2 120
2 650
208
1 200 1 600
82,5
22338 CCJA/W33VA405
400
132
2 120
2 650
208
1 200 1 600
82,5
22338 CCJA/W33VA406
200
420
138
2 320
2 900
224
1 200 1 500
95,0
22340 CCJA/W33VA405
420
138
2 320
2 900
224
1 200 1 500
95,0
22340 CCJA/W33VA406
22336 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
220
460
145
2 700
3 450
260
1 000
1 400
120
22344 CCJA/W33VA405
22344 CCKJA/W33VA405
240
500
155
3 100
4 000
290
950
1 300
155
22348 CCJA/W33VA405
22348 CCKJA/W33VA405
The designations of SKF Explorer bearings are printed in blue
62
22338 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
22340 CCKJA/W33VA405
–
ra
ra
da
Da
C
Dimensions
d
d2
D1
b
K
r1,2
≈
≈
min
Abutment and fillet Calculation factors
dimensions
da
Da
ra
e
Y1
Y2
Y0
min
max
max
Permissible
accelerations1)
for oil lubrication
rotational
linear
mm
mm
m/s2
–
180
224 317
22,3 12
4
197
363
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
59 g
224 317
22,3 12
4
197
363
3
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
59 g
190
236 333
22,3 12
5
210
380
4
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
57 g
236 333
22,3 12
5
210
380
4
0,35
1,9
2,9
1,8
57 g
200
248 351
22,3 12
5
220
400
4
0,33
2
3
2
55 g
248 351
22,3 12
5
220
400
4
0,33
2
3
2
55 g
17 g
17 g
220
240
1)
17 g
17 g
17 g
17 g
279
389
22,3
12
5
240
440
4
0,31
2,2
3,3
2,2
49 g
16 g
303
423
22,3
12
5
260
480
4
0,31
2,2
3,3
2,2
45 g
15 g
For details about permissible accelerations † page 11
63
Related SKF products
Special spherical roller
bearings
Their robust design and high reliability make
SKF spherical roller bearings suitable for the
majority of applications. However, extraordin­ary
demands call for bearings with extraordinary
features. Therefore, the SKF standard range
includes special spherical roller bearings,
which are adapted for specific applications:
Sealed bearings for continuous
casting applications
These bearings are specially adapted for the
heavy loads and high operating temperatures
and low speeds present in continuous casting
slab guides. They feature seals made of fluoro
rubber, and are filled with a very stable high
temperature grease, enabling maintenancefree operation in this demanding
environment.
Rolling mill bearings
Rolling mill bearings must meet a variety of
different demands. For cold tube mills (Pilger
mills), for example, the bearings must be able
to withstand heavy acceleration forces, whereas
for finishing trains or wire mills, they must be
able to be mounted and dismounted with
ease. SKF offers the appropriate spherical
roller bearings for these applications.
64
System solutions for vibrating
screens
In addition to single bearings for vibratory
applications, SKF has developed the Copperhead fault detection and bearing system that
can extend performance, reduce maintenance
and monitor machine condition in vibrating
screens.
SKF ConCentra roller bearing units
These plummer block type mounted bearing
units with SKF Explorer spherical roller bearings in the 222 series on a special adapter
sleeve are greased, sealed and ready to install
as delivered. With the several equal consecutive tapered sections constituting the inner
ring bore and matching adapter sleeve, the
unit can be mounted and dismounted easily
via the incorp­orated screws without having
to use special tools.
See also SKF brochures 4954 “The SKF
Copperhead system solution for vibrating screens” and 6103 “SKF ConCentra
roller bearing units – true concentric
locking, for fast and reliable mounting”.
Accessories
Any system is only as strong as its weakest
component. Therefore, SKF offers not only
a wide range of high quality spherical roller
bearings, but also an appropriate range of
quality bearing accessories to go with them.
Bearing housings
SKF offers a comprehensive range of high­quality standard and custom housings designed
to accommodate the various demands placed
on the bearings which they house, e.g. load,
accuracy, method of lubrication, type of lubricant, sealing etc.
SKF housings and SKF spherical roller
bearings form an economic and interchangeable unit which meets the performance
demands of a bearing application.
See also SKF catalogues 6005 and
6006 for detailed information about
bearing sleeves and lock nuts respect­
ively and SKF brochures 6112 “SNL
plummer block housings solve the
housing problems”, 6101 “SNL 30, SNL
31 and SNL 32 plummer block housings
solve the housing problems” and 6111
“SONL plummer block housings
designed for oil lubrication”.
Adapter and withdrawal sleeves
Adapter and withdrawal sleeves are used to
locate bearings with a tapered bore on smooth
or stepped shafts. They facilitate bearing
mounting and dismounting and, in many cases, simplify bearing arrangement design.
Several series of quality sleeves are included
in the SKF product range.
Lock nuts
SKF lock nuts, also referred to as shaft nuts,
are available in several designs to axially
locate bearings on shaft ends. The most popu­
lar are those in the KM, KML and HM series.
These nuts have four or eight equally spaced
slots in the outside diameter and are locked
in position with locking washers or locking clips
engaging a groove in the shaft. The nut dimen­
sions are in accordance with ISO 2982-2:1995,
as are the dimensions of the series MB and
MBL locking washers.
Other lock nuts produced by SKF include
lock nuts in the KMT, KMTA, KMK and KMFE
series, that do not require a groove in the shaft.
SKF withdrawal and adapter sleeves
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SKF lock nuts
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Lubricants and lubrication Products for mounting
equipment
and dismounting
Spherical roller bearings are required to operate under a variety of load, speed, temperature and environmental conditions. They
require the type of high-quality lubricating
greases, which SKF provides.
SKF greases have been specially developed
for rolling bearings in their typical applications.
The SKF range includes fifteen environmentally friendly greases and covers practically all
application requirements.
The range is complemented by a selection
of lubrication accessories including
• automatic lubricators
• grease guns
• lubricant metering devices
• a wide range of manually and pneumatically
operated grease pumps.
See also SKF catalogue MP3000
“SKF Maintenance and Lubrication
Products” or online at
www.mapro.skf.com.
SKF lubricants:
the best choice for any bearing
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Like all rolling bearings, SKF spherical roller
bearings require a high degree of skill when
mounting or dismounting, as well as the correct tools and methods.
The comprehensive SKF range of tools
and equipment includes everything that
is required
• mechanical tools
• heaters
• hydraulic tools and equipment
Mounting kit to apply the SKF drive-up method
Condition monitoring
equipment
The goal of condition monitoring is to maximize uptime, minimize unplanned downtime
and reduce maintenance.
To achieve this, SKF recommends monitoring the bearing and other machine components either periodically or continuously. Condition monitoring enables incipient bearing
damage to be detected and evaluated, so that
bearing replacement can be scheduled for a
time when the machine is not in operation,
to avoid unplanned stoppages. Applied to all
machinery (not just sensitive or problematic
machines), condition monitoring optimizes
machinery utilization, often exceeding the
original equipment projections for service life.
SKF provides a comprehensive range of
condition monitoring equipment to measure
all important parameters. These include
Products range from lightweight, handheld
devices, to sophisticated continuous monitoring systems for fixed installations that can be
integrated into an existing proactive reliability
maintenance programme.
One example is the MARLIN I-Pro data
manager, which is a rugged, high performance data collector that enables plant operations personnel to quickly and easily collect,
store and analyze overall machine vibration,
process and inspection data. The unit enables
trending, comparison with previous readings,
alarm alerts and more. A “user notes” feature
allows an operator to immediately record
detailed observations of troublesome
machine conditions or questionable
measurements.
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Recording vibration values using a SKF Microlog
data collector
• temperature
• speed
• noise
• oil condition
• shaft alignment
• vibration
• bearing condition.
Taking the temperature
Noise testing
MARLIN I-Pro data manager
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SKF – the knowledge
engineering company
From the company that invented the selfaligning ball bearing more than 100 years
ago, SKF has evolved into a knowledge engineering company that is able to draw on five
technology platforms to create unique solutions for its customers. These platforms
include bearings, bearing units and seals, of
course, but extend to other areas including:
lubricants and lubrication systems, critical for
long bearing life in many applications; mechatronics that combine mechanical and electronics knowledge into systems for more effective
linear motion and sensorized solutions; and
a full range of services, from design and logistics support to conditioning monitoring and
reliability systems.
Though the scope has broadened, SKF
continues to maintain the world’s leadership
in the design, manufacture and marketing of
rolling bearings, as well as complementary
products such as radial seals. SKF also holds
an increasingly important position in the market for linear motion products, high-precision
aerospace bearings, machine tool spindles
and plant maintenance services.
The SKF Group is globally certified to ISO
14001, the international standard for environmental management, as well as OHSAS
18001, the health and safety management
standard. Individual divisions have been
approved for quality certification in accordance
with ISO 9001 and other customer specific
requirements.
With over 100 manufacturing sites worldwide and sales companies in 70 countries,
SKF is a truly international corporation. In
addition, our distributors and dealers in
some 15 000 locations around the world,
an e-business marketplace and a global distribution system put SKF close to customers for
the supply of both products and services. In
essence, SKF solutions are available wherever
and whenever customers need them. Overall, the SKF brand and the corporation are
stronger than ever. As the knowledge engineering company, we stand ready to serve
you with world-class product competencies,
intellectual resources, and the vision to help
you succeed.
© Airbus – photo: exm company, H. Goussé
Evolving by-wire technology
SKF has a unique expertise in fast-growing by-wire
technology, from fly-by-wire, to drive-by-wire, to
work-by-wire. SKF pioneered practical fly-by-wire
technology and is a close working partner with all
aerospace industry leaders. As an example, virtually
all aircraft of the Airbus design use SKF by-wire
systems for cockpit flight control.
SKF is also a leader in automotive by-wire technology, and has partnered with automotive engineers to
develop two concept cars, which employ SKF mechatronics for steering and braking. Further by-wire
development has led SKF to produce an all-electric
forklift truck, which uses mechatronics rather than
hydraulics for all controls.
Seals
Bearings
and units
Mechatronics
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Lubrication
systems
Services
Harnessing wind power
The growing industry of wind-generated electric power provides a source of
clean, green electricity. SKF is working closely with global industry leaders to
develop efficient and trouble-free turbines, providing a wide range of large, highly
specialized bearings and condition monitoring systems to extend equipment life
of wind farms located in even the most remote and inhospitable environments.
Working in extreme environments
In frigid winters, especially in northern countries, extreme sub-zero temperatures can cause bearings in railway axleboxes to seize due to lubrication starvation. SKF created a new family of synthetic lubricants formulated to retain their
lubrication viscosity even at these extreme temperatures. SKF knowledge enables
manufacturers and end user customers to overcome the performance issues
resulting from extreme temperatures, whether hot or cold. For example, SKF
products are at work in diverse environments such as baking ovens and instant
freezing in food processing plants.
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Developing a cleaner cleaner
The electric motor and its bearings are the heart of many household appliances.
SKF works closely with appliance manufacturers to improve their products’ performance, cut costs, reduce weight, and reduce energy consumption. A recent
example of this cooperation is a new generation of vacuum cleaners with substantially more suction. SKF knowledge in the area of small bearing technology
is also applied to manufacturers of power tools and office equipment.
Maintaining a 350 km/h R&D lab
In addition to SKF’s renowned research and development facilities in Europe and
the United States, Formula One car racing provides a unique environment for
SKF to push the limits of bearing technology. For over 50 years, SKF products,
engineering and knowledge have helped make Scuderia Ferrari a formidable
force in F1 racing. (The average racing Ferrari utilizes more than 150 SKF components.) Lessons learned here are applied to the products we provide to automakers and the aftermarket worldwide.
Delivering Asset Efficiency Optimization
Through SKF Reliability Systems, SKF provides a comprehensive range of asset
efficiency products and services, from condition monitoring hardware and software to maintenance strategies, engineering assistance and machine reliability
programmes. To optimize efficiency and boost productivity, some industrial facilities opt for an Integrated Maintenance Solution, in which SKF delivers all services under one fixed-fee, performance-based contract.
Planning for sustainable growth
By their very nature, bearings make a positive contribution to the natural environment, enabling machinery to operate more efficiently, consume less power,
and require less lubrication. By raising the performance bar for our own products, SKF is enabling a new generation of high-efficiency products and equipment. With an eye to the future and the world we will leave to our children, the
SKF Group policy on environment, health and safety, as well as the manufacturing techniques, are planned and implemented to help protect and preserve the
earth’s limited natural resources. We remain committed to sustainable, environmentally responsible growth.
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SensorMount and SYSTEM 24 are registered
trademarks of the SKF Group.
™ SKF Explorer and Total Shaft Solutions are trademarks
of the SKF Group.
© SKF Group 2007
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damage whether direct, indirect or consequential arising
out of the use of the information contained herein.
Publication 6100 EN · March 2007
This publication supersedes publication 5100 E.
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