Baldor Electric Company's Dodge Steel-Housed
S-2000 HD spherical roller bearing is designed with a high capacity, double row
spherical bearing element that provides misalignment tolerance. The bearing may
be ordered in either expansion or non-expansion configurations, though it is
readily field convertible by changing the position of a snap ring. The sealed
inserts can be quickly replaced on-site and do not need to be rebuilt.
bearing is protected by exclusive sealing systems including a patented nitrile
multiple lip-seal that resists heat and chemical breakdown, as well as
corrosion resistant flingers that block contamination. An optional metallic
labyrinth seal is available for high speed applications. A variety of end caps
are offered for additional protection from contaminants.
Dodge Steel-Housed Bearing from Baldor is useful for heavy duty applications
and for markets like mining, forest products and aggregates.
S-2000 HD bearings are available in pillow
block and flange configurations.
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