Year: 2020

Maximising for Longevity: How to Deal with Electric Motor Bearings

Blog | September 10th, 2020

Electric motor bearings play numerous significant roles in electric motors. First, these bearings are intended to support and locate the rotor. They also help in maintaining the air gap small and consistent throughout the motor operations. Ultimately, electric motor bearings are responsible for transferring and moving the loads from the shaft to the motor frame. […]

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Electric Motor Bearings: How to Check if They’ve Gone Bad

Blog | August 31st, 2020

Electric motors are machines that run by converting electrical energy into mechanical energy. Most of these motors’ magnetic field interact with electric current for it to provide enough force on their shaft. These motors are mostly used in equipment, tools, and appliances for residential, commercial, and industrial uses. Vacuum cleaners, dishwashers, printers, water pumps, automotive […]

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Understanding What Shaft Bearing is All About

Blog | August 12th, 2020

A wide variety of businesses utilises the capabilities of bearings in assembling their pieces of equipment or machinery. A bearing is a piece of hardware component that can constrict the relative motion of an object to the desired motion. It also reduces friction between mechanical parts, preventing them from being damaged during operations. Bearings are […]

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Properties and Applications of Ceramic Bearings

Blog | July 30th, 2020

Most equipment and devices that are being used in heavy industrial activities utilise the abilities of bearings. Bearings are meticulously engineered parts that allow machines to operate effectively and efficiently. They are used to allow the rotation or linear movements of the machine without causing too much friction between two surfaces. Bearings are intended to […]

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Rust and Corrosion in Bearings: What are the Causes?

Blog | July 13th, 2020

Bearings, with the application of appropriate lubricants, significantly help in reducing friction between two mechanical parts. They also constrain the relative motion of components to only the needed and desired motion. The design of these machine elements is intended to give either the free linear movement of a moving part or free rotation around a […]

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