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How to choose a bearing?

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Bearings are very commonly used in mechanic devices. In some cases, you need to replace the bearings for your car, bicycle, or other devices that uses bearing component.
Bearings are high-precision parts that allow equipment to move at different speed levels by efficiently transporting notable loads. They must offer high precision and durability, as well as the possibility of working at high speeds with minimal noise and vibration.
This type of device is found in all applications such as, for example, the automotive industry, the aerospace sector, construction equipment, machine tools, etc.

There are several types of bearings, the four main types are: ball bearings, cylindrical roller bearings, tapered roller bearings and needle bearings. Due to different structures, they have different features.
While ball bearings are the most common mechanisms due to low bearing frictions, each device has its advantages and disadvantages. That is why we recommend that you compare each of these bearings to determine which is the ideal system for your requirements.
How to choose a bearing? You need to consider the following points.
1. The load the bearings can support
2. The rotation speed of the bearings, while some of them allowing high speed.
3. The bearing life, choose a reliable and high quality bearing will help you to save a lot of costs.
4. Choose a sealing system of bearings is essential for long term usage of bearings
5. Condition of use should be considered as well.
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