6 mm x 12 mm x 3 mm ISB MF126 deep groove ball bearings

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Brand Name:ISB
Model Number:MF126
Bearing Duty:Normal Duty
Bearing Family:D-Lock Ball Bearing
Bearing Series:208 Series
Housing Material:Cast Iron
Housing Type:2 Bolt Pillow Block
Seal Type:Single Lip
d:40.0000 mm
Anti-Rotation Pin:Yes
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Product Details

Bearing DutyNormal Duty
Bearing FamilyD-Lock Ball Bearing
Bearing Series208 Series
Housing MaterialCast Iron
Housing Type2 Bolt Pillow Block
Seal TypeSingle Lip
d40.0000 mm
Anti-Rotation PinYes
Ball Bearing Housing Series208 Series
Ball GradeClass 10
Ball MaterialSteel
Base to Center HeightLow
Bearing Bore ShapeRound
Bearing Inner Ring MaterialSteel
Bearing Insert MaterialSteel
Bearing Locking DeviceConcentric Clamp Collar
Bearing Outer Ring MaterialSteel
End Cap GrooveYes
Expansion TypeNon-Expansion
Flinger MaterialSteel
Flinger TypeStandard
Grease TypeUnirex N2
Housing CoatingPowder Coat
Manufacturing Plant LocationRogersville, TN
Max Bearing Speed5000 rpm
Retainer MaterialNylon
Retainer TypeStd Retainer
Ring SizeStandard
Self AligningSelf Centering
Shaft Attachment (2)D-Lock
Ship Weight5.07 LB
UPC782477014024
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