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1201 S: Self-Aligning Ball Bearing

1201 S Ball Bearing ia an mechanical component used to reduce friction in rotating machinery by supporting radial and axial loads. It consists of small, spherical rolling elements, typically made of steel or ceramic, housed within two concentric rings called races. The smooth movement of these balls between the races enables ...

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Ball Bearing

1201 S: Self-Aligning Ball Bearing

d: 12mm D: 32mm B: 10mm, Wt: 0.04 Kg

£ 11.65 ex VAT


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Quick Find ZX13088
Stock Ref 1201 / S
Category Self-Aligning
Description 1201 S: Self-Aligning Ball Bearing
Weight 0.04 kg
Bore Cylindrical bore
Cage Sheet steel cage
Category Self-Aligning Ball Bearing
Clearance Normal radial clearance
EAN 4547359512953
Inner Ring Standard version
Material Standard bearing steel
Seal None, open bearing
Temp Range -30 to +150 °C
Int Ref 3/180/186/0/10135843

Self-aligning ball bearing

Self-aligning ball bearings have two rows of balls, a common sphered raceway in the outer ring and two deep uninterrupted raceway grooves in the inner ring. They are insensitive to angular misalignment of the shaft relative to the housing, which can be caused, for example, by shaft deflection.

  • Accommodate static and dynamic misalignment
  • Excellent high-speed performance
  • Excellent light load performance
  • Low friction

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