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  • How long is the wheel bearing life?

    How long is the wheel bearing life?

    Generally, after 50,000-80,000 kilometers and check the bearings. 1. It is necessary to consider the comprehensive factors such as the quality of the wheel bearing itself, the road conditions of the vehicle, the number of kilometers traveled, and the size of the load value. 2. If the bearing quality... read more

    Apr 21,2020 News
  • What is the difference between ball bearings and rolling bearings?

    What is the difference between ball bearings and rolling bearings?

    1. The ball bearing is a type of rolling bearing. A spherical alloy steel ball is installed between the inner and outer steel rings to reduce friction during power transmission and improve the transmission efficiency of mechanical power in a rolling manner. Ball bearings cannot withstand heavy loads... read more

    Apr 27,2020 News
  • What is the role of ball bearings?

    What is the role of ball bearings?

    Ball bearings are a type of rolling bearings. Spherical alloy steel balls are installed between the inner and outer steel rings to reduce friction and improve the efficiency of mechanical power transmission in a rolling manner. Ball bearings cannot withstand heavy loads and are more common in light ... read more

    May 08,2020 News
  • What is the function of automotive bearings? Which accessories are generally used in cars?

    What is the function of automotive bearings? Which accessories are generally used in cars?

    Automotive bearings have two main functions: One is to keep the shock absorber rotating with the wheels when the vehicle is turning, so as to maintain the flexibility of steering; The second is that the outer ring of the pressure bearing is made of rubber, which can maintain the soft connection betw... read more

    May 12,2020 News
  • What is a tensioner?

    What is a tensioner?

    The tensioner is a commonly used holding device on the transmission system of belts and chains. Its characteristic is that it keeps the belts and chains in the transmission process with proper tension to prevent the belt from slipping, or to avoid tooth skipping and tooth loss of the timing belt Dra... read more

    May 19,2020 News