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7204CYP4 Nachi Angular Contact Bearing 20x47x14 Abec-7 Japan Bearings

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$148.88
SKU: Kit10850
Item: 7204CYP4 Angular Ball Bearing
Type: Nachi Angular Ball Bearing
Cage: Polyamide resin cage
Quality: ABEC-7
Dimensions: 20mm x 47mm x 17mm/Metric
Precision Rolling Bearing
7204CYP4 Nachi Angular Ball Bearing
15 degrees Contact Angle
Polyamide resin cage
Abec-7
20mm x 47mm x 17mm
Made in Japan


7204CYP4 Nachi Angular Ball Bearing, Bearing is Precision Rolling, bearing is 15 degrees Contact Angle, Polyamide resin cage and Abec-7, Made in Japan, inner diameter is 20mm, outer diameter is 47mm and width is 17mm.

  • Item: 7204CYP4 Angular Ball Bearing
  • Type: Nachi Angular Ball Bearing
  • Cage: Polyamide resin cage
  • Quality: ABEC-7
  • Dimensions: 20mm x 47mm x 17mm/Metric
  • Bearing Inner Diameter: 20mm
  • Bearing Outer Diameter: 47mm
  • Width/Height/thickness; 17mm
  • Size: 20 x 47 x 17 mm
  • Quantity: One Bearing
  • Made in Japan


Dimensions
d D B r r1
20mm 47mm 17mm 1mm 0.6mm

The raceways of both the inner and outer rings of this bearing type are made with a set contact angle. These bearings are non-separable. Since the balls are inserted utilizing counter-bore construction, a larger number of balls can be installed than in the case of Deep-groove ball bearings. Standard cage materials may be pressed steel, high-strength brass, or synthetic resin. Cage material is dependent on the bearing series and or service condition. Single-row Angular Contact ball bearings can sustain radial, axial or composite loads, however, any axial load must be in one direction. This bearing type is generally used in pairs to handle the induced load resulting from the internal axial force generated by the applied radial load. When mounting two single bearings in adjacent positions, NACHI provides these combination parts (pairs) with preadjusted clearance. Paired combination bearings are matched sets. Combination or paired bearings can be arranged BACK-TO-BACK (DB), FACE-TOFACE (DF), or in TANDEM (DT). DB or DF sets can sustain bidirectional axial loads.