0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.591 Inch | 15 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 20304 T Spherical Roller Bearings

Our highly-skilled and 3.59 Hz Characteristic outer ring frequency, BPF0 factory-trained service experts have the resources to help you with NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. all your 0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.591 Inch | 15 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 20304 T Spherical Roller Bearings needs - 0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.591 Inch | 15 Millimeter including routine maintenance, major repairs, warranty service, and Spherical Roller Bearings equipment inspections.

What is 20304 T bearing cross reference?

Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:20304 T
Dynamic load, C:5.6 kN
Characteristic outer ring frequency, BPF0:3.59 Hz
Characteristic cage frequency, FTF:0.4 Hz
Static load, C0:2.83 kN
Radial clearance class:CN
d:15 mm
Max operating temperature, Tmax:110 °C
Min operating temperature, Tmin:-25 °C

Product Details

Dynamic load, C5.6 kN
Characteristic outer ring frequency, BPF03.59 Hz
Characteristic cage frequency, FTF0.4 Hz
Static load, C02.83 kN
Radial clearance classCN
d15 mm
Max operating temperature, Tmax110 °C
Min operating temperature, Tmin-25 °C
da min17 mm
rs min0.3 mm
Size (mm)0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.591 Inch | 15 Millimeter
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