Ball bearings with cage for fork lift masts


Handling - Ball bearings with cage for fork lift masts

Technical Drawing and Exploded View - Ball bearings with cage for fork lift masts



1. RS seal ring
2. Cage
3. Balls
4. Cage
5. Outer ring
6. Inner ring
7. RS seal ring

Technical Data - Ball bearings with cage for fork lift masts

CR rif/ref d (mm) T (mm) D (mm) H (mm) h (mm) B (mm) A (mm) S (mm) r (mm) C Co Ca Coa Ø** (mm) Profilo Perfil
400-0072 30 42 62 43 33 20 5,5 16 3 39 65,2 5,8 6 62,5 2890
400-0073 35 48 70,1 48 40 23 6,5 16 4 55,5 91,7 5,8 6 70,7 / 70,4 2867
400-0074 40 53 77,7 51 39,5 23 7 21 4 58,4 100 13,2 14,5 78,1 / 78,5 2810
400-0076 45 59 88,4 61 48 30 7 21 3 83,8 132,3 13,2 14,5 88,9 2811
400-0078 / L 60 71 107,7 73 59 31 8 33 5 94,2 160,7 25 28 108,2 / 108,5 2862
400-0079 60 80 123 75,8 59,5 37 8 33 5 128 226,8 25 28 * 2891
400-0080 60 103 149 89 69 45 15 50 5 172,3 325,9 83 130 * 2757

C: Dynamic load   -   Co: Static load

Technical Characteristics - Ball bearings with cage for fork lift masts

C.R. radial ball bearings are mainly used for fork lift masts.

They are manufactured in rigid execution, with two or four contact points and with one or two crowns of balls which are separated by a polyamide cage.

This series of bearings presents a quite good radial load capacity and a very good resistance against the axial thrusts.

Ball bearings with cage for fork lift masts have the following features:
  • The outer ring is made of UNI 20 CrMnTi cementation steel, with surface hardness degree 60-2 HRC.
  • The inner ring is made of total hardened UNI 100Cr6  steel, with surface hardness degree 60±2 HRC.
  • These bearings are designed with a limited radial clearance and with small size sections.