1.438 Inch | 36.525 Millimeter x 2.71 Inch | 68.834 Millimeter x 1.875 Inch | 47.63 Millimeter LINK BELT EPB22623H Pillow Block Bearings

The NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. online 1.438 Inch | 36.525 Millimeter x 2.71 Inch | 68.834 Millimeter x 1.875 Inch | 47.63 Millimeter LINK BELT EPB22623H Pillow Block Bearings 2.00 mm Fillet Radius ra parts store gives you immediate access to 1.438 Inch | 36.525 Millimeter x 2.71 Inch | 68.834 Millimeter x 1.875 Inch | 47.63 Millimeter a selection of more than 1.4 million new, used, remanufactured.

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Brand Name:LINK BELT
Model Number:EPB22623H
d:200.000 mm
Fillet Radius ra:2.00 mm
Basic Dynamic Radial Load Rating C:216000 N
Accessories:Two Shields & Snap-R
Basic Static Radial Load Rating Co:245000 N
Oil Speed Rating Open/Shielded n2:2400 rpm
D:310.0000 mm
Sealed Speed Rating n3:1300 rpm
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d200.000 mm
Fillet Radius ra2.00 mm
Basic Dynamic Radial Load Rating C216000 N
AccessoriesTwo Shields & Snap-R
Basic Static Radial Load Rating Co245000 N
Oil Speed Rating Open/Shielded n22400 rpm
D310.0000 mm
Sealed Speed Rating n31300 rpm
B51.00 mm
Grease Speed Rating Open/Shielded n11900 rpm
Size (mm)1.438 Inch | 36.525 Millimeter x 2.71 Inch | 68.834 Millimeter x 1.875 Inch | 47.63 Millimeter
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