3.937 Inch | 100 Millimeter x 7.087 Inch | 180 Millimeter x 1.811 Inch | 46 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22220K W33 YSS Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:MCGILL
Model Number:SB 22220K W33 YSS
d:1.9375 in
expansion type::Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
D:4.0700 in
seal type::Labyrnith non-contacting, non-purging seal with DuPont™ Teflon®
bolt circle diameter::5.7500 in
radial dynamic load capacity::26300 lbs
B:2.9900 in
radial static load capacity::26600 lbs
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d1.9375 in
expansion type:Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
D4.0700 in
seal type:Labyrnith non-contacting, non-purging seal with DuPont™ Teflon®
bolt circle diameter:5.7500 in
radial dynamic load capacity:26300 lbs
B2.9900 in
radial static load capacity:26600 lbs
overall height:2.9900 in
end type:Open
flange mounting type:Four-Bolt Round
lubrication type:Lubrication Fitting
bearing type:Spherical Roller
bolt size:0.5000 in
housing construction:Solid Housing
finish / coating:Powder coat
bore type:Round
manufacturer upc number:883450041188
duty type:Heavy Duty
manufacturer product page:Click here
housing material:Cast Steel
manufacturer catalog:Click here
Weight12 lbs
locking device:Single Concentric Collar
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