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How To Choose IKO Bearings

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If your application involves linear motion, IKO bearings have suitable products; whether it is a full cage cam follower, a special linear guide or any one of many needle roller bearings, we can help you choose the right IKO product .
We fully support all the products we carry and only represent manufacturers with a history of production quality. By providing products from manufacturers such as IKO, we can provide solutions designed to extend service life, reduce downtime, and improve operational efficiency.
IKO has firmly established itself as a trusted manufacturer of power transmission and linear motion products. They have excellent performance in every industry in which they are applied, so they are universally recognized. Their low cost and versatility also make them a favorite of MROs in all walks of life.
Characteristics of bearing materials
1. Contact fatigue strength
Bearings are prone to fatigue damage when they touch the surface under the action of periodic load, that is, cracks and peeling occur, which will greatly affect the service life of the bearing. Therefore, in order to prolong the service life of the bearing, the bearing steel must have a high contact fatigue strength.
2. Wear resistance
When the bearing completes its task, not only rolling friction occurs between the ring, rolling element and the cage, but also sliding friction occurs, so that the bearing parts are constantly worn. In order to reduce the wear of bearing parts, maintain the accuracy and stability of the bearing, and extend the service life, the bearing steel should have good wear resistance.
3. Hardness
Hardness is one of the important indicators for evaluating bearing quality, and has an indirect influence on contact fatigue strength, wear resistance, and elastic limit. The hardness of the bearing steel under the conditions of use must reach HRC61~65, and the higher hardness can make the bearing obtain higher contact fatigue strength and wear resistance.

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