SKF bearing

SKF was founded in 1907, developed at a rapid speed to become a global company. Today SKF bearing is represented in more than 130 countries. The company has more than 100 manufacturing sites and also sales companies supported by about 15,000 distributor locations. SKF bearing also has a widely used e-business marketplace and an efficient global distribution system.

The main products of SKF bearing Group is such as solutions and services within rolling bearings, seals, mechatronics, services and lubrication systems. Services include technical support, maintenance services, condition monitoring and training.

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                                     Sleeve Bearings


            A sleeve bearing is a kind of cylindrical ball bearing. It got its name from having a single internal rotating cylinder inside it. Sleeve bearings are porous, so they draw up the oil applied on the outer sleeve and are known as self-lubricating.


            Sleeve bearings are a kind of plain bearing--that is, ball bearings with few moving parts. Many spherical roller bearings have an internal ring, which is lined with smaller balls inside. In contrast to regular ball bearings, a sleeve bearing only has two moving parts; the outer sleeve and the inner rotating cylinder. They are also known as journal bearings, after the technical term for the outer sleeve. The outer journey of a sleeve bearing may be whole, split, or clenched between the two halves.


             Sleeve bearings are made of compressed powdered metal, such as bronze or copper. Because of the material from which they are made, the metal is microscopically porous. When they are oiled on the outside, the oil will be drawn up through the pores to lubricate the inner cylinder.


             A sleeve bearing can be lubricated in a number of ways besides oiling. Sometimes, molten metal or graphite is used. Some man-made polymers can lubricate moving parts without seizing up in extremely cold temperatures. Other sleeve bearings are surfaced with porous, oiled hardwood so that the oil will be drawn up into them more readily.


             Reid Supply Company has a comprehensive selection of sleeve bearings with all standard sizes covered. With almost 500 varieties covering dry sleeve bearings, flanged sleeve bearings and self lubricating sleeve bearings you will be able to find the version for your requirements. We offer bronze or graphite models and a wide selection of lengths and diameters, ensuring you have the best choice available.

    Thrust bearings are a specialized type of bearing designed to handle axial stresses while allowing rotary motion between two different moving parts. Thrust, in this case, actually refers to the axial loads under which such bearings are designed to operate. Some of the different types of thrust bearing include ball, roller, fluid and magnetic. In automotive applications, ball and roller thrust bearings are typically used in wheel hubs, while manual transmissions can utilize what is commonly known as a throw-out bearing as part of the clutch mechanism.

    The two varieties of thrust bearing most commonly used in automotive applications are the ball and roller types. Ball bearings consist of a number of balls held within two circular rails and can handle a comparatively lower amount of thrust. Tapered roller bearings are similar in appearance, but the cylindrical roller bearings provide more surface area and can handle significantly higher levels of thrust. Both of these types of thrust bearing are commonly used within wheel hubs. Bearings are required for the wheels to rotate while supporting the weight of the vehicle, and the presence of a thrust bearing is necessary because of the inherent axial stresses.

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   Home repair tutorial video that demonstrates how to fix and diagnose your appliance. These videos are for information purposes only. A qualified and proficient engineer should be employed to replace any faulty parts on your domestic appliance.

    Checking to see if your Washing machine bearings are gone or your drum spider broke
    If your washing machine is noisy on spin, then this can be a symptom of drum bearing wear. A quick check for wear is to see if the inner drum moves up and down relative to the fixed outer drum. It should only move a small amount. If it moves more than a millimeter or two, it is probably worn bearings. If it is making unusual noises while washing too, check that there is not a bra wire or similar object trapped half way into one of the drum holes. A high pitched whine is sometimes caused by the motor bearings.

    When replacing bearings, ensure that any bearing seals are replaced with the appropriate new ones from the bearing kit, as many bearing failures are the result of failed seals allowing water to get into the bearings




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