3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 1.024 Inch | 26 Millimeter SKF 7216 ACDGB/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 1.024 Inch | 26 Millimeter SKF 7216 ACDGB/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings manufacturer and global supplier of 3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 1.024 Inch | 26 Millimeter reliable ball NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. and roller ... 3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 1.024 Inch | 26 Millimeter SKF 7216 ACDGB/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings Industries Products Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Bearings designed to meet the unique requirements of our targeted industries.

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Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:7216 ACDGB/VQ253
Calculation factor - e:0.17
D1:744 mm
Bearing number:239/600 CA/W33
Weight / Kilogram:276.899
Basic static load rating C0:8300 kN
Da - max.:782 mm
Basic dynamic load rating - C:4022 kN
b:22.3 mm
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Product Details

Calculation factor - e0.17
D1744 mm
Bearing number239/600 CA/W33
Weight / Kilogram276.899
Basic static load rating C08300 kN
Da - max.782 mm
Basic dynamic load rating - C4022 kN
b22.3 mm
Calculation factor Y04
Calculation factor Y14
Size (mm)3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 1.024 Inch | 26 Millimeter
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