5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 9.843 Inch | 250 Millimeter x 2.677 Inch | 68 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22228 W33 SS Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:MCGILL
Model Number:SB 22228 W33 SS
shaft diameter::1.7500 in
typical application::Exceptional Bearing Protection, Rotating Applications, Pumps, Gearboxes, Motors, Energy Efficient Applications, Primary Metals Industry, Steel Industry, Aluminum Industry, Pulp and Paper Industry, Che
lip material::Labyrinth
harmonization code::3926904590.US
construction description::ISO-GARD® Flangeless Design, Filled PTFE Rotor and Stator, FKM O-Rings
manufacturer catalog number::29519-4429
continuous temperature range::-22 to 400°F
Weight:0.262 lb
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shaft diameter:1.7500 in
typical application:Exceptional Bearing Protection, Rotating Applications, Pumps, Gearboxes, Motors, Energy Efficient Applications, Primary Metals Industry, Steel Industry, Aluminum Industry, Pulp and Paper Industry, Che
lip material:Labyrinth
harmonization code:3926904590.US
construction description:ISO-GARD® Flangeless Design, Filled PTFE Rotor and Stator, FKM O-Rings
manufacturer catalog number:29519-4429
continuous temperature range:-22 to 400°F
Weight0.262 lb
maximum shaft surface speed:4500 fpm
D2.9070 in
misalignment tolerance:0.020 in
width:0.6400 in
pressure tolerance:Ambient
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