How to Mounting of Bearing Units on Shaft
The bearing units can be easily installed in principle at any place. However, in order to have a long service life, it is desirable that the mounting base if flat and rigid.
In case of either the vibration is caused to the bearing, the alternating movement takes place, the load applied to the bearing is large, or the shaft rotation speed is rapid, it is desired to provide with the filed seat or concave section at the part where the set-screws contact with the shaft. I f large thrust load is charged, it is recommended that joggling tightened with nuts be used to install the bearing most effectively to the shaft: As shown in Fig 1.1.
1.1 Bearings units with adapter sleeve
Bearing unit with adapter sleeve permits wider shaft tolerance and can be used in applications where vibrations and shocks are heavy.
Mounting processes of these units are as follows:
First, the sleeve is installed to an arbitrary position. After the shark proof washer is inserted, the nut is tightened. The proper nut tightening condition can be obtained if it is tightened enough by hand and then rotated by 2/5 to 3/5 revolution with a spanner.
After tightening the nut, bend the shark proof washer within the slot. Otherwise, the nut may be loosened and creep may be caused between the shaft and sleeve. It is necessary the nut can not be tightened too much.
The eccentric part of the collar mates with the inner ring of the bearing which is made eccentric with the collar. When locked to the shaft by hand in direction of the shaft rotation, the eccentric locking collar tightens automatically to the shaft by force of working radial load. Then, lock the set-screws provided on the collar to fix the eccentric collar to the shaft. At the shaft rotation force or load is not charged on the set-screws directly, it will not loosen during operation.