RW3 Inch Extended
Price $ 2.95
Part Number RW3
System of Measurement Inch
Bearing Type Ball
For Load Direction Radial
Construction Single Row
Inner Ring Type Extended
Seal Type Open
Bore Dia 0.1875"
Bore Dia Tolerance -0.0003" to 0"
Outer Dia 0.5"
Outer Dia Tolerance -0.0003" to 0"
Width 0.1562"
Width Tolerance -0.005" to 0"
Inner Ring Outer Dia 0.276"
Inner Ring Width 0.1875"
Ring Material Chrome Steel
Ball Material Chrome Steel
Cage Material Stainless Steel
Dynamic Radial Load 249 lbf
Static Radial Load 88 lbf
Max Speed (X1000 rpm) 43
Lubrication Required
Shaft Mount Type Press Fit
Temperature Range -86 to 230 °F
Radial Clearance Trade No MC3
Radial Clearance 0.00008" to 0.0005"
RoHS Compliant
REACH Compliant
Ball Dia 0.0937"
Ball Qty 7
Weight 2.95 g

Design Features of RW3 Bearing

RW3 Bearing is designed to provide a cost-effective solution for applications where space is limited and shafts are too short for standard ball bearings. RW3 bore dia is 0.1875". Its out dia is 0.5". RW3 ball material is Chrome Steel. Its seal type is Open. The extended inner ring provides additional support for the shaft, allowing for improved performance and longevity. This bearing also has high-speed capabilities, low friction, and reduced noise levels, ensuring optimal performance in a range of industrial applications.


Applications of RW3 Bearing

RW3 Bearing is used across a wide range of industries that demand high precision and compact design, including but not limited to Motors, Flow Meters, Medical Instruments, Vacuum Pumps and instrumentation. It is also utilized in Galvanometers, Gas Meters and Industrial Encoders, etc. Due to its small size and dependable performance, this bearing is a popular choice for applications where space is limited but precision is crucial.


Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tips of RW3 Bearing

Regular maintenance is crucial for optimal performance and longevity of RW3 Bearing. Frequent inspection for signs of damage, wear, or contamination is necessary. Clean the bearing with a non-corrosive solvent and dry it thoroughly before lubrication. Replace any bearing that shows signs of damage or excessive wear. Troubleshoot any issues with the application to ensure that the bearing is being used within its designed parameters to prevent premature failure or damage.