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Angular Contact Bearing: Types, Classifications an Applications

Event date: 3/17/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CentralExport event

   Member: FREE
   Non-member: $99 per site
   Sponsored by Toshiba


Toshiba International Corp.The webinar will review angular contact bearings by type, classification and illustrate some of the applications where this knowledge will be useful. Most service center mechanics have a basic knowledge of bearing types and sizes. But angular contact bearings are less common than the standard radial ball bearings. Therefore, it is to miss important characteristics that impact performance. Topics include:

  • Types of bearings
  • Internal fits
  • Bearing identification by numbering system
  • Load ranges and applications

This webinar will be useful for mechanics, shop supervisors and engineering staff.

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