71811 ACD/HCP4 SKF High Speed Angular Contact Ball Bearings

Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:71811 ACD/HCP4
Engineering Group:Mounted Bearing
Bearing Number:22219
Shaft Size:3-7/16 in
Shaft Size Type:Imperial
Full Timken Part Number:QVP19V307SB
Locking Style:Single V-Lock
Weight:45 lb
Housing Style:Two-Bolt Pillow Block
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Product Details

Engineering GroupMounted Bearing
Bearing Number22219
Shaft Size3-7/16 in
Shaft Size TypeImperial
Full Timken Part NumberQVP19V307SB
Locking StyleSingle V-Lock
Weight45 lb
Housing StyleTwo-Bolt Pillow Block
UPC Code0883450111317
Dimension A3.75 in
Dimension B7.69 in
Dimension C4.9 in
Dimension D Max11.25 in
Dimension D Min9.38 in
Dimension F13.50 in
Dimension G3.410 in
Dimension H1.88 in
Dimension J (Bolt Size)0.875 in
Dimension L4.02 in
Dimension RV0.23 in
Dimension SV3.69 in
C0 - Static Load99000 lb
C - Dynamic Load (Basic)86600 lb
e - Geometry Factor0.23
Y1 - Geometry Factor2.88
Y2 - Geometry Factor4.29
Oil Lubrication - M/N Seal1300 rpm
Oil Lubrication - T Seal2200 rpm
Oil Lubrication - B/C/O Seal1000 rpm
Grease Lubrication - M/N Seal1300 rpm
Grease Lubrication - T Seal1800 rpm
Grease Lubrication - B/C/O Seal950 rpm
Float0.083 in
Shaft Tolerance0.0030 in
Eng Internal Radial Clearance - Min0.0043
Eng Internal Radial Clearance - Max0.0055
Pre Install Clearance Min0.0043 in
Pre Install Clearance Max0.0055 in
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