Culver Armature and Motor

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Bearings

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Bearings (Brgs.) – Basic types:

  • Sleeve (Slv.) – A bearing that is made of a sleeve bushing. In fractional hp motors, sleeve bearings are used on motors with low to moderate radial and axial loads.
  • Unit – Motors are constructed with a long, single sleeve bearing. For fan duty only. All-position mounting unless otherwise stated.
  • Ball – Used where higher load capacity is required or ball bearing is
    preference. Common means used to keep out dirt:
    • Shields – Metal rings with a close running clearance between the inner and outer race of bearing.
    • Seals – Similar to shields, except having rubber lips that press against the inner race, more effectively excluding dirt, etc.
Last Updated on Monday, 31 May 2010 21:42 

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