|Bearing Trade Number:||SCE|
|Bore Diameter:||1 3⁄4 in|
|OD:||2 1⁄8 in|
|Dynamic Load Capacity:||9,217.1 lb|
|Maximum Speed:||5,800 RPM|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||212 ° F|
|Bearing Full Designation Number:||SCE2816|
|Dynamic Radial Load Capacity:||9,217.1 lb|
|Features:||Mount With Press Fit in Housing; Provide Maximum Capacity in Minimal Radial Space|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-5 ° F|
|Number of Roller Rows:||1|
|Rolling Element Type:||Needle|
|Specifications Met:||ABMA 18.2 - 1982|
|Static Load Capacity:||17,085.4 lb|
|Static Radial Load Capacity:||17,085.4 lb|
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About Needle Roller Bearings
A good choice for applications where radial space is limited, needle roller bearings consist of caged, small-diameter cylindrical rollers that glide between the raceways on the outer and inner rings, or between the outer raceway and the shaft. Because they use small-diameter rolling elements, needle roller bearings have a thinner profile than cylindrical roller bearings or ball bearings. They are recommended for applications with high radial loads (where the load is perpendicular to the shaft) and high rotational speeds.
Roller bearings use cylindrical rolling elements that distribute loads over a wide surface area, which allows roller bearings to tolerate higher loads than ball bearings. To ensure proper functioning, bearings should be lubricated regularly.
Also known as drawn cup needle roller bearings, these general purpose bearings have no inner ring and occupy less radial space than a point-contact ball bearing with similar load capacity.