Bearing selection for low-speed applications

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Low-speed applications present design challenges for bearings, just as high-speed applications do. (Uneven wear from intermittent motion, torque uniformity and vibration resistance are a few examples.) A new white paper from Kaydon Bearings, an SKF Group company, looks at the type of bearings typically used in low-speed applications and reviews 10 key performance requirements designers should consider when specifying them.







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