Spherical Plain Bearings

Spherical Plain Bearings

Spherical Plain Bearings are simple Bearings with an inner and outer ring. Even with their apparent simplicity, these Bearings are designed to be adaptable in almost any situation. The different materials and manufacturing techniques also serve to expand this bearing’s usefulness.

One of the most useful functions of a Spherical Plain Bearing is its ability to tolerate misalignments and oscillating movements, which are the primary weaknesses of rolling Ball Bearings. Spherical Plain Bearings also have a higher capacity for axial and radial loads which further increases their value, especially for heavy duty tasks such as those involved in mining and construction.

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  1. GE180ES-2RS-SKF-Spherical-Bearing-180mm

    SKF GE180ES-2RS Spherical Bearing 180mm Steel/Steel

    Bore: 180.00mm
    Outside Diameter: 260.00mm
    Ball Width: 105.00mm
    Housing Width: 80.00mm
    Brand: SKF
    Measurement Unit: Metric
    Contact Material: Steel/Steel

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    Excl. VAT £1,076.63 Incl. VAT £1,291.96
  2. GE200ES-SKF-Spherical-Bearing-200mm

    SKF GE200ES Spherical Bearing 200mm Steel/Steel

    Bore: 200.00mm
    Outside Diameter: 290.00mm
    Ball Width: 130.00mm
    Housing Width: 100.00mm
    Brand: SKF
    Measurement Unit: Metric
    Contact Material: Steel/Steel

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    Excl. VAT £1,438.83 Incl. VAT £1,726.60
  3. GE200ES-2RS-SKF-Spherical-Bearing-200mm

    SKF GE200ES-2RS Spherical Bearing 200mm Steel/Steel

    Bore: 200.00mm
    Outside Diameter: 290.00mm
    Ball Width: 130.00mm
    Housing Width: 100.00mm
    Brand: SKF
    Measurement Unit: Metric
    Contact Material: Steel/Steel

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    Excl. VAT £1,622.07 Incl. VAT £1,946.48

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