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Joint bearing application scenarios

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The structure of the joint bearing is more straightforward than that of the rolling bearing. It is mainly composed of an inner ring with an outer spherical surface and an outer ring with an inner spherical surface. Spherical plain bearings are generally used for low-speed oscillating movements (i.e., angular movements). Since the sliding surface is spherical, tilting movements (i.e., self-aligning movements) can also be performed within a specific angle range. The support shaft and the shaft shell hole are not concentric. When the degree is large, it can still usually work.
 
Spherical plain bearings are widely used in engineering hydraulic cylinders, forging machine tools, engineering machinery, automation equipment, automotive shock absorbers, water conservancy machinery, and other industries. Spherical plain bearings are plain spherical bearings. The necessary type consists of inner and outer rings with spherical sliding spherical contact surfaces. Depending on its structure and nature, it can withstand radial loads, axial loads, or combined loads acting simultaneously in the radial and axial directions.
 
Not only the spherical sliding contact area of the plain spherical bearings is large, and the inclination angle is large, but most spherical plain bearings adopt unique processing methods, such as surface phosphating, zinc plating, chrome plating or external sliding surface lining, inlay, spraying, etc. Therefore, it has a higher load capacity and impact resistance. It has anti-corrosion characteristics, wear resistance, self-aligning, proper lubrication or no lubrication pollution, and can generally work even if it is installed in a wrong position. Therefore, the joint bearing is widely used in the swinging motion, the tilting motion, and the rotating motion at a low speed.
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