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BSB3572-SU-L055-XL


Axial angular contact ball bearings

single direction, with contact angle α = 60°, restricted tolerances, greased

  
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Radial loadAxial load in one directionNot sealedGrease lubrication
Design of housing and shaft (threaded spindle)
Design of housing and shaft (threaded spindle)
(4) Only valid in assembled condition
 
d 35  mm  Tolerance: 0/-0,006
D 72  mm  Tolerance: 0/-0,007
B 15  mm  Tolerance: 0/-0,12
  60  °  Contact angle
a 48,5  mm 
Da 65  mm 
da 47  mm 
r1 min 0,6  mm 
rmin 1  mm 
m 0,3  kg  ≈ Mass
Ca 40500  N  Basic dynamic load rating, axial
C0a 89000  N  Basic static load rating, axial
Cua 5400  N  Fatigue limit load, axial
nG Fett 5400  1/min  Limiting speed for grease lubrication
nϑ 4700  1/min  Thermally safe operating speed
MRL 0,18  Nm  Bearing frictional torque
Valid for single bearing with stated preload force.
Bearing greased.
caL 1196  N/µm  Axial rigidity
Valid for matched pair of bearings in O or X arrangement
  2,5  µm  Axial runout
The axial runout data for screw drive bearing arrangements are based on the rotating inner ring.
  ZM35  Recommended INA precision locknuts with radial clamping

The recommended INA precision locknuts are not included in the scope of delivery and must be ordered separately.
  AM35  Recommended INA precision locknuts with axial clamping

The recommended INA precision locknuts are not included in the scope of delivery and must be ordered separately.
MA 50  Nm  Tightening torque

Only valid in conjunction with INA precision locknuts.
Observe the guidelines on locating/locating bearing arrangements.
  15220  N  Requisite locknut force, axial

The requisite axial locknut force must be observed when using other locknuts.
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