1131, 2 Hole Flange, Integrated Hex Bore, Double Row Ball Bearing - 1/2" Hex x 1.265" x 0.918"

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  • List price 1-24 pcs.
  • MINIMUM ORDER: U.S.A. $25 - INTL. (Outside U.S.A.) $50
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  • Ball retainer material, and color are based on availability.
    TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION AND ADVANTAGES

This KMS bearing features a double row, deep groove radial ball bearing construction. The design enables the bearing to handle radial, and axial loading. As a bonus, the bearing is designed with the integration of a 2 hole flange for ease of mounting and a hex bore for a built in anti-rotational feature. It was originally designed for an under water pool cleaner application. The bearing was designed with Acetal races and cage and fitted with SS316 balls. Alternate materials can be substituted for non-magnetic/metallic capability at an additional cost. MADE IN THE U.S.A

  • Corrosion resistant
  • Light weight - low start up torque
  • Can run in liquids
  • Load and speed calculations are for reference only. KMS recommends testing in the actual environment.
  • Information presented is believed to be accurate at the time of publication but it is subject to change without notice.
Specifications

Additional Information

Inch Metric inch
ID (in) 1/2 in Hex
OD (in) 1.265
Width (in) 0.918
Dynamic Load Capacity (LBS) 78
Static Load Capacity (LBS) 61
Standard Bearing Type Acetal races with SS316 balls
Availability Some bearings listed on our website may not be in inventory. Some may require a minimum order, and delivery could range from 3 to 6 weeks. Check with KMS for availability.
Application

Case Study

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Customizable Design: Custom designs are readily and inexpensively made from plastics. This allows engineers complete freedom to design the bearing around the device rather than attempting to design the device around a limited range of standard bearings.


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