Thin-walled isometric bearings, also known as thin-walled ferrule bearings, are highly accurate, very quiet and have a high load carrying capacity. Thin-walled ferrule bearings can be deep groove ball bearings, four-point contact bearings, angular contact ball bearings, thin-walled and other cross-section bearings are mostly square. In these series, even with larger shaft diameters and bearing bores, the cross section remains the same. These bearings are therefore referred to as equal sections. It is this feature that distinguishes thin-walled ferrule bearings in the standard ISO series from conventional bearings. Therefore, a larger cross section can be selected and a more load bearing bearing can be used without having to change the shaft diameter. Thin-walled ferrule bearings can be designed to be extremely light and require very little space.
Main applications of thin-walled isometric bearings: stepper motors, medical instruments, office equipment, testing instruments, deceleration, shifting devices, robots, optical imaging equipment, rotary encoders.
Advantages of thin-walled equal-section bearings: Thin-walled bearings achieve extremely thin bearing sections and also achieve miniaturization and weight reduction. The diversity of products extends the range of applications.
Product characteristics of thin-walled isopy bearings: In order to obtain low friction torque, high rigidity and good rotation accuracy of bearings, steel balls with small outer diameters are used. The use of a hollow shaft ensures space for wiring and wiring. The thin-walled 6700, 6800, and 6900 series are available in various dust cover types, flanged versions, stainless steel forms, and wide format.