One-stop bearing information center
Boston, Massachusetts – Emerson Bearing Boston, now serves as a “one-stop” bearing information resource for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) markets around the world. The company has announced the release of a collection of super precision bearing resources to help customers stay current on advancements in bearing technology while also assessing their industry application needs.
Emerson Bearing Boston has compiled a comprehensive library of super precision bearing resources to help with industry applications across aviation, defense, vacuum pumps, medical, and beyond. Design engineers, technical designers, buyers, plant managers, maintenance buyers and others may find documentation, specifications, and the newest updates on precision bearing technology, simply by accessing Emerson Bearing's complimentary super precision resources in the Technical Toolbox.
Among these resources are special guides, which help determine specific materials that may be needed for various applications, as well as the latest findings on precision bearing technologies, common issues and how to prevent them. The company covers a wealth of information, ranging from specifications for angular contact ball bearings, ball screws, and ball bearings, to lubrication requirements and mistakes to avoid, material capabilities for industrial applications, and much more.
Applications that use super precision bearings
Super precision bearings are ideal for applications that demand a high degree of running accuracy, have high system rigidity, need to extend speed capabilities and maintain low heat generation as well as minimize noise and vibration levels. Their optimized dimensional performance and operational capabilities provide a return on investment that exceeds that of standard bearings. Super precision bearings provide the greatest benefit in applications such as aviation, medical engineering, vacuum pumps used in industrial and sterile environments, high-speed rolling mill machines, printing, metal cutting and woodworking.
Source: Emerson Bearing Boston