7.48 Inch | 189.992 Millimeter x 0 Inch | 0 Millimeter x 7.875 Inch | 200.025 Millimeter LINK BELT PELB78190FRT2 Pillow Block Bearings

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Brand Name:LINK BELT
Model Number:PELB78190FRT2
Designation associated G design radial shaft seal with a low cross-sectional height:G 20x28x4
Mass needle roller and cage assembly:0.027 kg
Fatigue load limit Pu:3.45 kN
Reference speed:18000 r/min
U:20 mm
Basic static load rating C0:28.5 kN
Limiting speed:20000 r/min
Basic dynamic load rating C:22.9 kN
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Designation associated G design radial shaft seal with a low cross-sectional heightG 20x28x4
Mass needle roller and cage assembly0.027 kg
Fatigue load limit Pu3.45 kN
Reference speed18000 r/min
U20 mm
Basic static load rating C028.5 kN
Limiting speed20000 r/min
Basic dynamic load rating C22.9 kN
Ew28 mm
Fw20 mm
Size (mm)7.48 Inch | 189.992 Millimeter x 0 Inch | 0 Millimeter x 7.875 Inch | 200.025 Millimeter
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