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Hyder Ali & Co.

Karachi : Head Office, Hyderabad : Regional Representative


Lahore : Branch Office and Authorized Dealer, Multan : Authorized Dealer
Faisalabad : Authorized Dealer, Rawalpindi : Authorized Dealer
E-mail: hyderpk@cyber.net.pk
Date of Establishment of Leading
Bearing Manufacturers
 FAG = 1883
 TIMKEN = 1899
 SKF = 1907
 NSK-RHP = 1916
 NTN = 1930
 INA = 1946
 Pioneer of Anti-friction
Bearings
 Started Bearing Series
Production in 1883
 Approximately 126 years
of R&D Experience
 More than 70%
production in Germany
Comprehensive Product Range

Spherical plain
bearings
Components for
parallel kinematics
Cylindrical
roller bearings

Radial insert
ball bearings Linear guides

Cage-guided
cylindrical roller
bearings

Spindle bearings
Needle roller Self-aligning Thrust radial cylindrical roller bearing
Tapered bearings roller bearings with an outside diameter of 4250 mm
roller bearings.
Yoke type &
stud type
The smallest track rollers
ball bearing with a 1 mm
inside diameter

Printing Wind Buildings and Medical Gearboxes Machine tools Bridges


machines turbines structures equipment
Sector Management

Sectors
Consumer Production Power Heavy
Products Machinery Transmission & Industry
Rail Technology
History
FAG Kugelfischer Georg Schäfer AG
is the oldest ball bearing manufacturer in the world,
the pioneer of the rolling bearing industry.

Friedrich Fischer Georg Schäfer


(1849-1899) (1861-1925)

Company founder and inventor Took over the „Erste


of the ball grinding process Automatische
which permitted series Gußstahlkugelfabrik, vormals
production of high-precision, Friedrich Fischer, AG“
hardened steel balls of uniform 10 years after the death of
size. Friedrich Fischer.
His revolutionary invention was With great personal dedication
the historical beginning of the he created an internationally
Ball mill designed by
rolling bearing industry renowned industrial
Friedrich Fischer in 1883.
worldwide. enterprise.
Hassaan Rahat
Product Support Manager

Hyder Ali & Company


Reduce the friction/Support load

Heavy

100 Ton

Sliding friction

Not Heavy

100
100Ton
Ton

Rolling
elements
Rolling friction
CAUSES OF BEARING FAILURES
Mounting & Handling
Contamination 13 %
25 % Material &
Production Faults
1%
Unsuitable Choice of
Bearings
8%
Consequential
Faults
Inadequate 7%
Lubrication Other
35 % 11 %
Rolling Bearing damages
Corrosion

Causes

 Incorrect storage in
the warehouse
 Extreme
temperature
variations
Axial cracks

Causes
 Rotating of inner
ring on the shaft
 Fit too tight
 Out-of-roundness
True Brinelling

Causes
 Mounting forces
applied via rolling
element
Lip fractures

Causes

 Mounting damage
Score marks

Causes

 During mounting
the single ring and
the ring with the
rolling element set
are not concentric
to one another or
misaligned and
shoved together
forcefully
Overheating

Causes

 Bearing clearance
in operating
condition too low
 Inadequate
lubrication
 Overlubrication
Make clean condition:
Contamination

Debris, metal powder, foreign particle, etc


Bearing Components
Shield Inner ring

Outer ring

Cage
Rolling
Element
Balls
Temperature

Permissible operating temperatures for


Rolling bearings and their components

Bearing steel 150°C


Cages – Brass/Steel 300°C
Cages – Polyamide 100°C
Cages – Phenolic 110°C
Seals – NBR (RSR) 100°C
Shields (ZR) 300°C
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ROLLING ELEMENTS

Ball cylindrical roller tapered roller

symmetrical asymmetrical Needle roller


Barrel roller Barrel roller

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Rolling bearing characteristics
Rolling bearing cage
What are the functions of the cage?
1. It separates the rolling elements from each other
2. It maintains the rolling elements at the same distance from each other
3. In bearings where the parts can be separated or swivelled out in
relation to each other, it prevents the rolling elements falling out
Rolling bearing characteristics
Rolling bearing cage
What are the other functions of the cage?
4. It guides the rolling elements in the unloaded zone of the bearing
Rolling bearing characteristics
Rolling bearing cage
CAGE MATERIALS:
 STEEL
 BRASS
 POLYAMIDE
 OTHER MATERIALS LIKE PHENOLIC
RASINS, ALUMINIUM ETC.
Material & classification of cages
Three basic types of Cages are classified
material of Cages: into three groups:

Steel Pressedcages
Brass Machined cages

Polyamide Moulded cages


Cages - Design
Pressed cage Pressed cage Machined cage Machined cage Machined cage
J JN M MP M

Pressed cage Machined cage Machined cage Machined cage Machined cage
JPA M1 TV TVP TVP
Cage - Comparison
Steel Brass Polyamide

Dry running properties


(at beginning damage) -  
Low noise performance   
Cost influence  - 
Grease/oil compatibility   -
Shock load -  
Humidity -  
High temperature   -

 very good  suitable - less suitable


How to select a bearing

Main stress factors that require specialized bearings


for different applications:
Radial load
Axial load
speed
Misalignment
Temperature

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Radial Load
DUE TO THE WEIGHT
OF THE SHAFT AND
ACCOMPANYING
ASSEMBLEYS
ACTING ALONG
THE RADIUS OF
BEARING.
Radial load

a a a

b b
b

a a a

a: raceway b: lip
The radial load bearing capacity of a rolling
bearing depends on the length of the contact line
between rolling element and races
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Axial Load
DUE TO AXIAL
MOVEMENT OF THE
SHAFT OR AXIAL
THRUST WHILE IN
ROTATION ACTING
ALONG THE AXIS OF
THE BEARING.
Axial load

The axial load


bearing
capacity of a
rolling bearing
can be judged
from its contact
angle

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Contact Angle Relationships

Speed

Axial Load

Radial Load

12° 15° 25° 30° 40° 60°


C A5 A B
Speed

The larger the rolling


elements and the
higher the speed of the
bearing the higher is
the centrifugal force
pressing the rolling
elements against the
outer ring raceway. This
means an extra load on
the oil film and on the
raceways.
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Misalignment

Gap
Misaligned Housings

Shaft Bending or Defection


BEARINGS WHICH CAN
ACCOMODATE MISALIGNMENT /
MOMENT LOADS
SELF ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS: UPTO AROUND 4 º
AND IF SEALED THEN AROUND 1.5 º

SPHERICAL ROLLER BEARINGS: UPTO AROUND 0.5 º

α
Temperature

Suitability for higher temperatures is a matter of the


material of the rings, rolling elements and cages.
Therefore it cannot be judged simply from the design
of a bearing.

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Every Rolling bearing has its own code.

It stands for:

- the type
- the dimensions
- the tolerance Class
- the clearance Group
Bearing Codes - Rules for New designations

The Point “.“ and the Blank as Separator for Suffixes are canceled.
They are replaced as Separator always by the Dash “-“!

Examples for the Short Material Text:

HK 1210 (INA) will be HK1210


6000.2RS (FAG) will be 6000-2RS
6000 2RS (INA) will be 6000-2RS
NU204E.TVP2 (FAG) will be NU204-E-TVP2

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THREE PARTS OF BEARING CODES ARE:

PREFIX BASIC SUFFIX


CODE

FOR FOR BEARING FOR


COMPONENTS TYPE AND ADDITIONAL
OF STANDARD SIZE PROPERTIES
BEARINGS
PREFIX:-

A prefix is not an obligatory part of the code. Most of


the common bearings do not need any prefix

Example: S6204-2RSR-W203-C3
BASIC CODES:
THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF
THE BEARING CODE.IT HAS TWO PARTS.

BASIC CODE

BEARING SERIES NUMBER BORE REFERENCE


BORE REFERENCE:
FOR BORE REFERENCE THERE ARE FIVE MAJOR RULES
WHICH ARE FOLLOWED BY ISO STANDARD
MANUFACTURERS WORLWIDE IN METRIC SIZE BEARINGS:

RULE # ONE:

Bore Bore
for bore  < 10mm Number Diameter

3 3
If the bore number is 3 to 9, then the • Single digit Bore •
bore diameter is the same number in • Numbers give •
9 the Bore 9
mm. Diameter (mm)
directly
BORE REFERENCE:

 Rule 2:
for bore   10mm to < 20mm
If the bore number is 00 to 03, then the bore diameter
is as mentioned in the table
Bore Bore
Number Diameter

00 10
01 These 4 Bore 12
02 Numbers define the 15
03 Bore Diameter 17
indirectly
BORE REFERENCE:

 Rule 3:
for bore   20mm to  480mm
If the bore number is 04 to 96, then the bore
diameter is bore number x 5.

Bore Bore
Number Diameter

04 20
05 25
• Bore Number x 5 = •
• Bore Diameter (mm) •
92 460
96 480
BORE REFERENCE:

Rule 4:
for bore   500mm
If the bore number is separated with a slash,then bore
diameter is equal to bore number.
Bore Bore
Number Diameter

/500 500
/1180 Bore Numbers after a 1180
/1500 slash give the Bore 1500
Diameter (mm)
BORE REFERENCE:

Rule 5:
As rule 4, but for bore  < 500mm
If the bore number is separated with a slash, then
bore diameter is equal to bore number.
Bore Bore
Number Diameter

/8 8
/18 Bore Numbers after a 18
/22 slash give the Bore 22
/32 Diameter (mm) 32
FAG SKF NTN EXPLAINATION
2Z 2Z ZZ METALLIC SHIELD ON BOTH SIDES
Z Z Z METALLIC SHIELD ON ONE SIDE
2RSR 2RS1 LL, LLU RUBBER SEAL ON BOTH SIDES
RSR RS, RS1 LU RUBBER SEAL ON ONE SIDE
C2 C2 C2 CLEARANCE LESS THAN NORMAL
C3 C3 C3 CLEARANCE MORE THAN NORMAL
K K K TAPER BORE RATIO 1:12
K30 K30 K30 TAPER BORE RATIO 1:30
CIRCUMFRENTIAL GROOVE AND
S W 33 D1
LUBRICATING HOLES IN OUTER RING
JP, JP1 J S STEEL CAGE
M, M1, MP, MB M M BRASS CAGE
TV,TVH,TVP2,
TN,TN9,P T2X GLASS FIBER REINFORCED POLYAMIDE CAGE
TVPB
ROLLING BEARING

CLEARANCES
Bearing Internal Clearance

Internal Clearance is the amount of


internal free space between the
rolling element and the raceway of a
bearing.
Radial Internal Clearance Classes
ISO Specifications for Bearings

Reduced Normal Extra

C2 CN C3,4,5
Radial/Axial Internal Clearance

Radial Internal Clearance Axial Internal Clearance


Purpose of Clearance

After mounting, the original bearing


clearance reduces due to :
 Mechanical Expansion
 Thermal Expansion
Radial Clearance (Pre-set)

 Single/Double Row Deep Groove Ball Bearing


 Self Aligning Ball Bearing

 Single/Double Row /Cylindrical/Needle Roller


Bearing
 Spherical Roller Bearing cylindrical bore.
Axial Clearance (Pre-set)
 Four Point Bearing
 Double Row Angular Contact Ball Bearing

Clearance Set During Mounting

 SINGLE ROW ANGULAR CONTACT BALL BEARINGS.


 TAPER ROLLER BEARINGS.
 SELF ALIGNING BALL BEARINGS WITH TAPER BORE.
 SPHERICAL ROLLER BEARINGS WITH TAPER BORE
BEARING CLEARANCE

 THE DIN/ISO STANDARD OF CLEARANCE ARE


CLASSIFIED IN “C” CLEARANCE GROUP AND IS WRITTEN AS
A SUFFIX, EXCEPT NORMAL CLEARANCE FOR WHICH NO
SUFFIX IS WRITTEN, IN BEARING DESIGNATION.

 SOMETIMES “C” OR “CC” IS WRITTEN AS A SUFFIX WITH


BEARING NUMBER. THAT “C” OR “CC” DOES NOT MEAN ANY
BEARING CLEARANCE GROUP. IT IS FOR INTERNAL DESIGN
OF BEARING. CLEARANCE GROUP IS ALWAYS WRITTEN
AFTER A DASH, “-” OR “/”.
Following are “C” Clearance Group
Clearance Group Suffix Bearing Clearance
C1 Smaller than C2
C2 Smaller than normal
CN or No suffix Normal
C3 Greater than normal
C4 Greater than C3
C5 Greater than C4
Example:
Bearing Clearance bore diameter 55mm
Bearing Type Bearing C2 CN C3 C4 C5
No. min.–max min.–max min.–max min.–max min.–max

Single row DG
ball bearing 6211 1 – 15 8 – 28 23 – 43 38 – 61 55 – 90

Self aligning
ball bearing 2211 7 – 21 16 – 36 30 – 50 45 – 69 ___
Four Point
Bearing QJ 211 40 – 90 80 – 130 120 – 170 ___ ___

Single row AC
ball bearing 7211 3 – 22 13 – 36 26 – 48 40 – 63 ___
Cylindrical roller
bearing NU2211 15 – 35 35 – 50 55 – 75 75 – 90 110 – 130
Spherical roller
bearing 22211 20 – 40 40 – 65 65 – 90 90 – 120 120 – 160
How to measure radial clearance of
Bearings
Type of Bearing Instrument

For Roller Bearings:


Spherical Roller Bearing Feeler Gauge

 Cylindrical Roller Bearing

For Ball Bearings: Dial Indicator


Deep Groove Ball Bearing
EXAMPLE
DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 6305

CLEARANCE
C2 CLEARANCE : 1 TO 11 MICRONS
NORMAL CLEARANCE : 5 TO 20 MICRONS
C3 CLEARANCE : 13 TO 28 MICRONS
C4 CLEARANCE : 23 TO 41 MICRONS
TOLERANCE
Fits

E8
F7
Housing bore

F6

H8
G7
G6

H7
H6
H5
J7
+

JS7
JS6
JS5
JS4

K6
K5
K7

M7
J6
Zero line
Nominal

M6
-

N6
diameter

N7

P6
P7

R6
S6
DDmp = Tolerance
Bearing outside Loose fit
diameter
Transision fit
DDmp = Tolerance
bearing bore Tight fit

s7
diameter

r7
s6
p7
r6
p6
p5
m6

n6
m5

n5
k6

n4
k5
k4
js5
+
js3
js4

Zero line
Nominal
h3
j5
j6
h4
h5
h6
h7
g6
f6

- diameter
Shaft diameter

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Influence of the Fits on Rolling Bearing Clearance

ball bearing Roller bearing

shaft machining tolerance Radial- machining tolerance Radial-


diameter shaft housing clear- shaft housing clear-
mm Steel Light metal ance Steel Light metal ance

7 - 12 h5 H6 J6 CN - - - -

15 - 30 j5 H6 J6 CN k5 K6 K6 C3

35 - 95 k5 H6 J6 C3 k5 K6 M6 C3

 100 m5 H6 J6 C3 m5 K6 M6 C3

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Seals and Shields
Open Sealed Shield
SEAL SHEILD
Retain grease in the
bearing
Dust, Dry dirt

Moist atmosphere

Occasional splashes
SEAL SHEILD
Rotating Outer Ring

High Speed
Suitability

Easy Removal
 HIGH QUALITY TESTED GREASE “MULTI
2” AND “MULTI 3” BY FAG IS FILLED IN ALL
SHIELDED “2Z” AND SEALED “RSR”
BEARINGS.
 THE GREASE IS BEST SUITED FOR
RUNNING TEMPERTAURES IN THE RANGE OF
60-70 º C
Rust Preventive Coating:

 Protects bearing surface from rust for


around 5 years.
 It is removed by random touching.
 FAG rust preventives are compatible with
most of the greases hence do not require
cleaning/washing.
Plastic Wrapping:

Line Partition Folded Pack Sealed Pack


Pack

Packing depends on manufacturing plant.


Carton Packing:
 Colour depends on
manufacturing plant.
 Store Bearings in dry
room
 Protect Original
Packaging
 Separate Cabinet
 Placement of Boxes in
Shelves(Flat and Marking
is Visible)
 FIFO Rule
 Temperature difference
day/night < 8K air
humidity < 65%
Lubrication
Arcanol grease family
Lubrication
Why Lubrication ?

•form a lubricating film that is capable of


supporting loads on the contact surfaces

•dissipate heat in the case of oil


lubrication

•give additional sealing of the bearing, in the


case of grease lubrication, against the entry
of both solid and fluid contaminants

•reduce the running noise


No lubrication
Magnify image

Outer Ring

Ball

Metal contact:
High friction, Wear,
heat up, noise, etc
Lubrication (grease / Oil)
Magnify image

Outer Ring

Ball

Oil film: Damper,


No Metal contact,
Longer life, etc
Lubrication Film
Outer Ring Outer Ring

Ball Ball

Without Lubrication With Lubrication


Oil film
metal-to-metal thickness
(asperity) contacts
Lubrication Related Faults
 Aged Lubricant
 Unsuitable Lubricant
 Insufficient Lubricant
 Over sufficient Lubricant
Lubrication
Lubrication film thickness
Hair Thickness of
75 µm
the Lubrication film
2-3 µm

Dust Soot particle


15 µm 5 µm
Lubrication
Bearing Life Time vs. Bearing Contamination
1

0.1
Relative
life

0.01

No Turning Grinding Moulding Corundum


contaminants chips chips sand

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Lubrication
Bearing Life Time vs. Bearing Contamination

Indentations of Indentations of Indentations of hard


soft foreign foreign particles mineral
particles made of hardened foreign particles
steel

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Lubrication
Basics – Types of
Lubrication
Oil lubrication Grease lubrication

 Heat transfer out of the bearing  Depot effect


is possible
Advantage  Seal effect
 Wash out of wear particles

 Costlier sealing  No heat transfer out of


the bearing is possible
 Costlier Disadvantage
lubrication system  No wash out of wear
particles
Lubrication
Grease Lubrication

Grease lubrication is
used for 90 % of all
rolling bearings.
What is a Grease ???

Grease consists of Base Oil,


Thickener and Additives.
Lubrication
Lubricating Greases - Structure
Structure of
grease
Additives
until 10%

Thickner
5 - 30%
Base-Oil
70 - 90%
Base Oil
 Natural mineral oil or synthetic oils such as
diester oil, silicone oil and fluorocarbon oil are
used as grease base oils.
 Mainly, the properties of any grease is
determined by the properties of the base oil.
 Generally, greases with a low viscosity base
oil are best suited for low temperatures and
high speeds; while greases made from high
viscosity base oils are best suited for heavy
loads generally at low speed.
Lubrication
Effectiveness of the thickener

The thickener holds the base oil


like a sponge.
Oil is given away by pressure
or gravitation.
Additives
 Various additives are added to
greases to improve various
properties and efficiency. For
example,
 Anti-oxidents, high-pressure
additives (EP additives), rust
preventives, and anti-corrosives.
Lubrication
Criterias for grease selection – Base oil Viscosity

low high
viscosity viscosity

water syrup
Consistency
 The consistency of a grease, i.e. the
stiffness and liquidity, is expressed by
a numerical index.
 The NLGI values for this index
indicate the relative softness of the
grease; the larger the number, the
stiffer the grease.
 For the lubrication of rolling bearings,
greases with the NLGI consistency
numbers of 1, 2, and 3 are used.
Consistency Class
• NLGI (National Lubricating Grease Institute).
• Class 1, 2 and 3.
Example of consistency
Consistency of Greases
NLGI JIS (ASTM)
Consist- Worked Applications
ency No. penetration

0 355 ~ 385 For centralized greasing use

1 310 ~ 340 For centralized greasing use

For general use and sealed


2 265 ~ 295
bearing use

For general and high temperature


3 220 ~ 250
use

4 175 ~ 205 For special use


Operating Temperature Range

• Continuous working temperature


Upper limit

Lower limit
Compatibility of grease with other material

• Rubber seals
• Polyamide cages
Things to consider for
Grease Lubrication
 Grease Selection
 1st Time Lubrication Quantity

 Relubrication Quantity

 Relubrication Interval
GREASE SELECTION
CRITERIA
 Temperature
 Load
 Speed
 Environment e.g. Steam, Water,
Chemical etc.
 Equivalence/Compatibility
 Lubrication frequency/method.
Initial Fill Quantity
DmN < 50,000 (Low Speed)
Fill 80% of free space
DmN (50,000 – 500,000) (Medium Speed)
Fill 50% of free space
DmN > 500,000 (High Speed)
Fill 30% of free space
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease
Example Of Grease Lubrication Interval
Calculation :-
Bearing Number 6308 running at 2800 rpm and 80ºC.:
For N X Dm :
Dm= (40 + 90)/2=65
N X Dm= 65 X 2800 = 182,000.
Kf for deep groove ball bearing is 0.9
So Kf X N X Dm= 182,000 X 0.9=163,800
And from graph 163 Vs hrs means interval should be
approximately 9,000 hrs.
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease
Determination of Factor “kf”

Bearing Type Kf

Deep groove ball bearing (single row) 0.9


(double row) 1.5
Angular contact ball bearing (single row) 1.6
(double row) 2
Self-aligning ball bearing 1.3
Cylindrical roller bearing (single row) 3
Needle roller bearing 3.5
Tapered roller bearing 4
Spherical roller bearing without lips (E )design 7
Spherical roller bearing with centre lip 9
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease
Relubrication Interval for normal Lithium Base
Greases
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease

Modified Regreasing Intervals:-

t = tf x f1 x f2 x f3 x f4
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease
Effect of dust and moisture on the bearing contact surface(f1)
Moderate = 0.9 … 0.7
Strong = 0.7 … 0.4
Very Strong = 0.4 … 0.1
Effect of shock loads and vibrations (f2)

Effect of high bearing temperature (f3) Moderate = 0.9 … 0.7


Strong = 0.7 … 0.4
Moderate (<75ºC) 0.9 … 0.7 Very Strong = 0.4 … 0.1
Strong (75 to 80º C) 0.7 … 0.4
Very Strong (85 to 120ºC) 0.4 … 0.1
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease
Centrifugal effect or vertical shafts depending on the sealing (f4)

On the sealing 0.7 … 0.5


LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease
Calculating Modified relubrication Interval:
Moderate dust and moisture (f1) =0.8
Moderate shock loads (f2) =0.8
80ºC Temperature (f3) =0.5
No vertical shaft (f4) =1.0
So the modified interval came out to be as follows:
t = 9,000 x 0.8 x 0.8 x 0.5 x 1.0 =2,880 hrs
Interval has been changed from more than one year to
around four months
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease
Regreasing Quantity:
M =D.B.X
M = Amount of greases (in grams).
D = Bearing Outside Diameter (mm)
B = Bearing Width (mm)
X = Relubrication Interval Factor

Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly


0.001 0.002 0.003 0.004
LUBRICATION

Selection of Lubricant--Grease

Taking the same example of 6308 if it is to


be greased after every one month then
the grease quantity would be as follows:
D = 90mm
B = 23mm
So M= 90 x 23 x 0.003 = 6.21 gms.
Excessive Lubricant
 Applying too much grease can rupture
seals and thus allow contaminants to
enter the machine.
 In an electric motor bearing, the grease
can also penetrate the motor windings
and cause the motor to burn out.
 Excessive grease in a bearing can also
generate heat because fluid resistance
is greater, contributing to a costly
bearing failure.
Lubrication
Grease Lubrication - Arcanol
Application NLGI- Base oil Temperature Continuous n x dm [mm / min]
examples class Viscosity range limit temp. ball, cylindrical
(40°C) [ °C ] [ °C ] roller bearing /
[mm²/s] roller bearing
Multitop rolling mills 2 85 -40…+150 80 800.000 / 350.000

Multi2 small electric motors 2 100 -30…+140 75 500.000 / 250.000

Multi3 large electric motors 3 80 -30…+140 75 500.000 / 250.000

Load220 rolling mills 2 220 -20…+140 80 500.000 / 300.000

Load400 mining machines, 2 400 -25…+140 80 400.000 / 200.000


converter

Load1000 mining machines, 2 1000 -20…+140 80 300.000 / 200.000


converter

Temp90 electric motors 2 130 -40…+160 90 500.000 / 250.000

Temp110 electric machines 2 150 -40…+160 110 600.000 / 250.000

Temp120 continuous casters 2 460 -35…+180 120 300.000 / 150.000

Temp200 kiln trucks 2 400 -40…+260 200 300.000 / 100.000

Speed2,6 machine tools 2–3 22 -50…+120 80 2.000.000 / 200.000

Vib3 packing machines 3 170 -30…+150 90 350.000 / 200.000

Bio2 enviromentally 2 58 -30…+140 80 300.000 / 200.000


hazardous
applications

Food2 application with food 2 192 -30…+120 70 500.000 / 200.000


contact
Grease Application in Bearings

 Clean Hands
 Covered Grease Containers
 Smaller Packing
 Greasing during machine operation
 Stand by equipment
 Color Coding System
 Never Mix Two Lubricants
Thank
you