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This session will address the impact of overhung loads on bearing life. Critical factors include belted horsepower, belt tension, sheave sizes and sheave location. The use of ball bearings versus roller bearings will be considered as well as the factors that affect that decision. Not all belted loads should be roller bearings! Methods to calculate the bearing load and maximize life of the bearings will be shown.
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This seminar will be most useful for service center and field technicians, service center managers, and engineers with a need to understand how overhung loads can lead to catastrophic bearing failure.