2167-PTFE, Kynar® PVDF With PTFE Balls, 4 Point Contact Flange Bearing With Mounting Holes, 1-1/2" x 2.875" OD x 3/8" Wide

List Price: $76.73
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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 bearing features PVDF high performance plastic races and the KMS "XR" series bearing construction that is a deep 4-point contact ball groove geometry. The design enables the bearing to handle simultaneous radial, axial, and moment loading while maintaining stiffness. As a bonus, the bearing is produced with minimal radial and axial play. The "XR" groove design will not lock up in the presence of off center loads. It was originally designed for semiconductor, roller application. This bearing is constructed with PVDF plastic rings and cage and fitted with PTFE balls. MADE IN THE U.S.A.

  • No-lube
  • Light weight - low start up torque
  • 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 1/2
OD (in) 2.875 in, 3.170 in OD of Flange
Width (in) 3/8
Row Type single
Max. RPM No Load 350
Dynamic Load Capacity (LBS) 92
Static Load Capacity (LBS) 61
Standard Bearing Type PVDF races and cage fitted with PTFE balls
Alternative Ball Materials
  • Polypropylene
  • Glass
  • SS316
  • Torlon
  • Ceramic
Alternative Raceway Materials Acetal
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.

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