We can find a lot of bearings around us. Take a car as an example, a typical car has 100 to 150 bearings. Without the bearings, the wheels make a rattle, the gear of the transmission can not mesh and the car cannot run smoothly.
Bearings not only for cars but also for a variety of machinery, such as:
Bearings enhance the function of the machine and help to save energy. Bearings work quietly in difficult environments, hidden in invisible machines. In spite of this, the bearings are crucial to the stable operation of the machine and to ensure its optimum performance.
The term “bearing” embraces the meaning of “commitment” in the sense of “support” and “bearing”. This refers to the bearing support and burden on the rotating shaft.
The basic function of the bearing is to reduce the mechanical friction. Reducing friction means:
1, The machine will run more efficiently
2, less friction and wear, extend the life of the machine
3. To prevent wear and tear, to avoid mechanical failure
Bearings also reduce energy consumption by reducing friction and allowing efficient power transfer. This is just one way the bearings are not harmful to the environment.