1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 4.331 Inch | 110 Millimeter x 1.748 Inch | 44.4 Millimeter NTN 3310 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:NTN
Model Number:3310
Category:Pillow Block
Inventory:0.0
Minimum Buy Quantity:N/A
Weight:9.806
Product Group:M06288
Number of Mounting Holes:2
Mounting Method:Concentric Collar
Housing Style:2 Bolt Pillow Block
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Product Details

CategoryPillow Block
Inventory0.0
Minimum Buy QuantityN/A
Weight9.806
Product GroupM06288
Number of Mounting Holes2
Mounting MethodConcentric Collar
Housing Style2 Bolt Pillow Block
Rolling ElementSpherical Roller Bearing
Housing MaterialCast Iron
Expansion / Non-expansionNon-expansion
Mounting Bolts5/8 Inch
RelubricatableYes
Insert Part Number2207U
SealsHeavy Contact
Housing Configuration1 Piece Solid
Inch - MetricInch
Other FeaturesDouble Row | Single Collar | Two Auxiliary End Cap | With Set Screw
Long Description2 Bolt Pillow Block; 2-7/16" Bore; 2-3/4" Base to Center Height; Concentric Collar Mount; Spherical Roller Bearing; Relubricatable; Cast Iron; Heavy Contact; Non-expansion
UNSPSC31171511
Harmonized Tariff Code8483.20.40.80
NounBearing
Keyword StringPillow Block
Manufacturer Item NumberBMA2207
Manufacturer Internal Number6800423
Weight / LBS16.3
Bolt Spacing Maximum0 Inch | 0Millimeter
Bolt Spacing Minimum0 Inch | 0Millimeter
Actual Bolt Center to Center7.1 Inch | 181Millimeter
d2.438 Inch | 61.925 Millimeter
B2.75 Inch | 69.85 Millimeter
Nominal Bolt Center to Center7.1 Inch | 181 Millimeter
D3.5 Inch | 88.9 Millimeter
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