2.438 Inch | 61.925 Millimeter x 3.5 Inch | 88.9 Millimeter x 2.75 Inch | 69.85 Millimeter LINK BELT EPEB22439FE7 Pillow Block Bearings

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Brand Name:LINK BELT
Model Number:EPEB22439FE7
D:41 mm
Specific static load factor K0:20 N/mm²
Tolerance housing:H7
Permissible sliding velocity v max.:5 m/s
Coefficient of friction µ min.:0.05
Specific dynamic load factor K:10 N/mm²
B:25 mm
Coefficient of friction µ max.:0.1
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D41 mm
Specific static load factor K020 N/mm²
Tolerance housingH7
Permissible sliding velocity v max.5 m/s
Coefficient of friction µ min.0.05
Specific dynamic load factor K10 N/mm²
B25 mm
Coefficient of friction µ max.0.1
Mass bushing0.055 kg
d35 mm
Size (mm)2.438 Inch | 61.925 Millimeter x 3.5 Inch | 88.9 Millimeter x 2.75 Inch | 69.85 Millimeter
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