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The Thin Section Angular Contact Bearing can support radial load and single-direction thrust load. Generally, the Single-row Angular Contact Bearing should co-operate with the other bearing that has the same structure. During the installation, the appropriate adjustment is needed so that the operating clearance or pre-load can achieve the required range.
The difference between C-type bearing (Thin Section Radial Contact Ball Bearing) and A-type (Thin Section Angular Contact Ball Bearing) is that the A-typed bearing has enough radial clearance to form a sufficient contact angle for axial load. The contact angle for the standard bearing is 30°.
A notable feature of A-type bearing (Angular Contact Ball Bearing) is the assembling mode. The bearing ring (usually outer ring) has a slope at the side flange. With the temperature differences between inner and outer rings, the inner ring, outer ring, steel balls and the cage can be assembled together to form a non-separable bearing. The bearing can support the unidirectional axial load and a relatively large radial load. Under a certain axial load, the pre-load adjustment can be implemented on both inner and outer ring.
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