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Brand Name:TIMKEN
Model Number:H242649-90040
Series:95000
Cone Part Number:95491
Cup Part Number:95929
Design Units:Imperial
Bearing Weight:12.00 Kg
Cage Type:Stamped Steel
d:124.943 mm
D:234.975 mm
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Series95000
Cone Part Number95491
Cup Part Number95929
Design UnitsImperial
Bearing Weight12.00 Kg
Cage TypeStamped Steel
d124.943 mm
D234.975 mm
B - Cone Width63.5 mm
C - Cup Width49.949 mm
B64.798 mm
R - Cone Backface To Clear Radius16.35 mm
r - Cup Backface To Clear Radius23.30 mm
da - Cone Frontface Backing Diameter139.95 mm
db - Cone Backface Backing Diameter151.89 mm
Da - Cup Frontface Backing Diameter217.90 mm
Db - Cup Backface Backing Diameter208.03 mm
Ab - Cage-Cone Frontface Clearance4.8 mm
Aa - Cage-Cone Backface Clearance5.6 mm
a - Effective Center Location3-14 mm
C90 - Dynamic Radial Rating (90 million revolutions)436700 lbf
C1 - Dynamic Radial Rating (1 million revolutions)5141000 lbf
C0 - Static Radial Rating209000 lbf
Ca90 - Dynamic Thrust Rating (90 million revolutions)623200 lbf
K - Factor71.58
e - ISO Factor80.37
Y - ISO Factor91.62
G1 - Heat Generation Factor (Roller-Raceway)453.9
G2 - Heat Generation Factor (Rib-Roller End)59.4
Cg - Geometry Factor0.132
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