2.25 Inch | 57.15 Millimeter x 2.563 Inch | 65.09 Millimeter x 3.125 Inch | 79.38 Millimeter Sealmaster SP-36 Pillow Block Ball Bearing Units

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Brand Name:Sealmaster
Model Number:SP-36
closure type::Double Sealed
row type & fill slot::Single Row Non-Fill
cage material::Steel
bore type::Round
snap ring included::Without Snap Ring
operating temperature range::0 °F to 185 °
d:50 mm
application::Metal manufacturing,
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Product Details

closure type:Double Sealed
row type & fill slot:Single Row Non-Fill
cage material:Steel
bore type:Round
snap ring included:Without Snap Ring
operating temperature range:0 °F to 185 °
d50 mm
application:Metal manufacturing,
B1.1875 in
finish/coating:Uncoated
Size (mm)2.25 Inch | 57.15 Millimeter x 2.563 Inch | 65.09 Millimeter x 3.125 Inch | 79.38 Millimeter
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