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WELDING COMBINED ROLLER BEARINGS TO PLATES OR FERROUS STRUCTURES

The combined roller bearing, consists of a radial roller and an axial roller mounted on a mild steel hub.

The hub material is C22E (1.1151). Click here for more information on the steel used.

The unit does NOT have to be disassembled for welding but if preferred it can be. Click here for disassembly instructions. Heat from the weld should be kept to a minimum.

The hole into which the hub is to be located should be a clearance hole 50 to 100 microns bigger than dimension "d" on our drawings.

The material or plate to which the bearing hub is to be welded should be the same thickness as H minus h on our drawings.

The hub should be fully inserted up to the flange.

MAKE SURE THAT THE AXIAL ROLLER IS ALIGNED FOR THE CORRECT DIRECTON OF TRAVEL!!!

If we are supplying an already welded unit please see the orientation drawing here.

 

Normal mild steel welding techniques can be used, filling the 45 degree weld fillet on the back of the hub.

Use a continuous bead. Tack welding is not suitable. Click here to see drawing

Care should be taken that the structure or material to which these bearings are welded is in itself intrinsically capable of supporting the loads carried by the bearings.

 

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