15mm x 42mm Rubber Seal Rotary Bearings - 6302-2RSR Description
The 15mm x 42mm Rubber Seal Rotary Bearings - 6302-2RSR has the following features:
- Steel Material
- 11400N Dynamic Load
- 0.09kg Weight
- Metric Metric or Imperial?
- 42mm External Diameter (D)
- 15mm Internal Diameter (d)
- FAG Manufacturer
- 13mm Thickness (B)
- 6302 Bearing Size
- 350N Fatigue Limit Load
- 12000rpm Limiting Speed
- 5400N Static Load
- 23.6mm Internal Race Diameter (d2)
- 1mm Radius max.
- Double Seal (2RSR) Type
- 6302-2RSR Series Code
- 35mm External Race Diameter (d1)
Discover more about the Rotary Bearings range.
Rotary Bearings are a versatile and commonly-used component. FAG Germany bearings made from steel are available from Accu with a single or double metal shield. There are also options for rubber sealed versions and open sided bearings. The open sided variants are also known as deep groove bearings. They are designed to allow for external lubrication or operation within a vacuum. They are suitable for high-speed rotation, require little maintenance, and can operate at very low noise levels.
Accu's range of Deep Groove Bearings are made by FAG Germany, one of the world's largest and most reputable bearing manufacturers. The range includes several types including the series below:
6000 'Extra Light' Deep Groove Ball Bearings are designed for applications with space and weight restrictions.
6200 'Light' Deep Groove Bearings feature deepened raceways for enhanced balance.
6300 'Medium' Deep Groove Bearings are functionally similar to 6200 Series Bearings, but feature larger balls for enhanced load-bearing capabilities.
6800 Deep Groove Bearings are a heavy duty bearing with deep raceways for enhance performance and larger balls for superior load-bearing abilities.
In addition to the steel bearings by FAG Germany, Accu is also an authorised distributor of BNL Bearings. These superior moulded thermoplastic bearings are manufactured from lightweight Acetal. They are corrosion and water resistant and do not require any lubrication. They have low inertia and are said to have over 80% higher performance than machined plastic bearings.