1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 1.344 Inch | 34.13 Millimeter x 1.688 Inch | 42.875 Millimeter LINK BELT KPS2E20DC40A Pillow Block Bearings

1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 1.344 Inch | 34.13 Millimeter x 1.688 Inch | 42.875 Millimeter LINK BELT KPS2E20DC40A Pillow Block Bearings 1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 1.344 Inch | 34.13 Millimeter x 1.688 Inch | 42.875 Millimeter manufacturer and global supplier of reliable ball and roller ... 1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 1.344 Inch | 34.13 Millimeter x 1.688 Inch | 42.875 Millimeter LINK BELT KPS2E20DC40A Pillow Block Bearings 10600 N Basic Static Radial Load Rating Co Industries Products Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Bearings designed to meet the unique NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. requirements of our targeted industries.

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Brand Name:LINK BELT
Model Number:KPS2E20DC40A
Fillet Radius ra:1.50 mm
Basic Static Radial Load Rating Co:10600 N
Grease Speed Rating n1:4300 rpm
D:100.0000 mm
Basic Dynamic Radial Load Rating C:27600 N
d:55.000 mm
B:25.00 mm
Size (mm):1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 1.344 Inch | 34.13 Millimeter x 1.688 Inch | 42.875 Millimeter
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Fillet Radius ra1.50 mm
Basic Static Radial Load Rating Co10600 N
Grease Speed Rating n14300 rpm
D100.0000 mm
Basic Dynamic Radial Load Rating C27600 N
d55.000 mm
B25.00 mm
Size (mm)1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 1.344 Inch | 34.13 Millimeter x 1.688 Inch | 42.875 Millimeter
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