SKF, F2B 111-TF, Oval flanged ball bearing units - NEW IN BOX
This product was acquired by Freeman Liquidators from a sale of merchandise subject to a commercial insurance loss. Freeman Liquidators is a secondary seller of products, is not affiliated with or sponsored by the manufacturer of the products and is not a manufacturer authorized seller of the products. Sale of this product by Freeman Liquidators is not subject to the policies of the manufacturer. Any warranty offered by the manufacturer is not available to you as the purchaser. All products are NEW/NEVER USED but external packaging will have damage. Some items may be placed into other packaging to ensure safe shipping. All items are opened for inspection prior to shipment to ensure the best quality of products. Freeman Liquidators will warranty all products sold for 90 days from the date of purchase.
External Packaging has been subjected to smoke damages. Parts are inspected and cleaned if needed, prior to shipment. All parts are NEW/NEVER USED and fully functional.
Bearing width, total 49.2 mm Centre distance between bolt holes 148.3 mm Housing overall width 44.5 mm Shaft diameter 42.863 mm
Basic dynamic load rating 33.2 kN Basic static load rating 21.6 kN Limiting speed 4 300 r/min
Bore type Cylindrical Coating Without Fastening bolt hole type Plain Flanged housing type Oval Housing type Flanged Lubricant Grease Material, bearing Bearing steel Material, housing Cast iron Number of bolt holes for fasteners 2 Relubrication hole With Relubrication nipple With Retaining feature, inner ring Set screws Rubber seating ring Without Sealing type Contact, standard Sealing, bearing Seal and flinger on both sides Sealing, unit WithoutOval flanged ball bearing unit with set screw locking, cast iron, North American standards
These oval flanged ball bearing units are compliant with North American standards. They consist of an insert bearing, with an extended inner ring and set screw locking, suitable for applications where the direction of rotation is constant or alternating. The bearing is mounted in a cast iron housing, which can be bolted to a machine wall or frame. Ball bearing units can accommodate moderate initial misalignment, but normally do not permit axial displacement.