1856, Snap-In Plastic Guide Bearing - .300" X 0.500" X .156 (WOR)

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This KMS bearing features a deep groove radial ball bearing construction. The design enables the bearing to handle radial and minimal axial loading. As a bonus, the bearing is designed with an integrated self-mounting "snap in" inner race. It was originally designed for a soda vending machine application for beverage bottle dispensing. This bearing is constructed with acetal plastic races and fitted with SS316 balls. The bearing is mounted in the side wall of a moving carriage that carries a bottle from the shelf to the dispensing hole of the vending machine. This bearing can be used in any application that needs roller or wire guides to support a tray, rack or rails. A simple round hole is all that is required to mount this bearing. MADE IN THE U.S.A

  • Corrosion resistant
  • Light weight - low start up torque
  • Ease of mounting
  • Reduced parts
  • Maintenance free
  • Rotate freely
  • Cost Savings

Additional Information

Inch Metric inch
ID (in) .300 in Mounting Hole
OD (in) 0.500
Width (in) .500 in Width of Inner Ring, .156 in Width of Outer Ring
Dynamic Load Capacity (LBS) 17
Static Load Capacity (LBS) 11
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.

Case Study

Plastic Vs Steel

Lubrication Free: Steel bearings require lubrication to reduce friction, dissipate heat and prevent corrosion. Due to the design of plastic ball bearings, there is no metal to metal contact, which results in less friction. Many times the liquids the bearings are running in can dissipate heat and act as the lubricant.

Read all the benefits of Plastic vs Steel Bearings