5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 7.48 Inch | 190 Millimeter x 0.945 Inch | 24 Millimeter SKF 71928 ACDGA/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

What is 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 7.48 Inch | 190 Millimeter x 0.945 Inch | 24 Millimeter SKF 71928 ACDGA/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings in mechanical engineering? 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 7.48 Inch | 190 Millimeter x 0.945 Inch | 24 Millimeter Size (mm) Angular Contact Ball Bearings NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. Manufacturing Service . Upload 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 7.48 Inch | 190 Millimeter x 0.945 Inch | 24 Millimeter your CAD file for an instant. 3.13 Hz Characteristic outer ring frequency, BPF0

What is 71928 ACDGA/VQ253 bearing cross reference?

Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:71928 ACDGA/VQ253
Brand:SNR
Characteristic outer ring frequency, BPF0:3.13 Hz
Size (mm):5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 7.48 Inch | 190 Millimeter x 0.945 Inch | 24 Millimeter
da min:19 mm
Min operating temperature, Tmin:-20 °C
Width (mm):15,900
Radial clearance class:CN
Characteristic rolling element frequency, BSF:3.97 Hz

Product Details

BrandSNR
Characteristic outer ring frequency, BPF03.13 Hz
Size (mm)5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 7.48 Inch | 190 Millimeter x 0.945 Inch | 24 Millimeter
da min19 mm
Min operating temperature, Tmin-20 °C
Width (mm)15,900
Radial clearance classCN
Characteristic rolling element frequency, BSF3.97 Hz
Bore Diameter (mm)15,000
Max operating temperature, Tmax120 °C
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