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Flanged bearings are mounted in cast iron, it is designed to help with the operating, mount and position of miniature bearings, other types of bearings, and instruments. Used in conjunction with various other bearing types, flange mount bearings are the most common flanged mounted block bearing units which are either two-bolt or four-bolt designs.


Various Types of Flange Bearings:


Two Bolt Flange Bearings:

These are used to lend mechanical equipment support to intermediate shaft speeds and load sizes since it uses a mounting surface and shaft which is perpendicular. Usually incorporates a wing or diamond shape, the holes for mounting the bearing maintain a straight axial line that runs directly through the bearing axis.


Three Bolt Flange Bearings:

This is a circular flange mount with three mounting holes that are spaced equally. You can find a variety of three volt flange which uses offset mounting holes depending on the various applications. These can be used for light to medium loads within the auto, agriculture, conveyor and industrial fields. It also can be aligned and moved for accommodating longer shafts.


Four Bolt Flange Bearings:

Designed typically for housing which is square or round. They're used frequently with a mounting surface perpendicular to the shaft, and handle rotating or linear movement. The four hole mount pattern is radial around the axis of the bearing.


Small two-bolt designs are commonly called flangettes, since they have totally different construction and design.


Since there are various features of flange mount bearing, therefore, you need to choose the right bearing for the apt application. Flanged ball bearings are frequently supportive of ball, roller and needle roller bearings. You can also use multiple bearings depending on how fast and how long the shaft in use is. Flange bearings can reduce issues such as axial overload, shaft flexing and vibrating problems.

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