Causes of Needle Roller Bearing Failure
Generally speaking, 33.3% of needle roller bearings are damaged due to fatigue damage, 33.3% of needle roller bearings are due to poor lubrication, and 33.3% are due to pollutants entering the bearing or improper equipment disposal.
Dust cleans the bearing and the surrounding environment. The fine dust invisible to the naked eye is a powerful killer of the bearing, which can increase the wear, vibration and noise of the bearing. Stamping forms strong stamping when using equipment, which is very likely to cause damage to the needle bearing or directly hit the bearing with a hammer, and transfer pressure through the rolling body. The impact of the installation of non-professional tools Use suitable and accurate equipment, you can try to avoid the use of cloth and short fibers. Needle roller bearings can be clearly seen in laboratory tests or in practical applications. Needle roller bearings with the same appearance under the same operating conditions have a very different life.