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Why can't slewing ring rotate too fast?

Views: 5     Author: Site Editor     Publish Time: 2021-07-15      Origin: Site

Slewing bearing is a new type of mechanical parts, which is widely used in construction machinery. It can bear large axial load, radial load and overturning moment at the same time. But the slewing ring cannot rotate at high speed.

The reasons are as follows:

1、 Compared with other rolling bearings, the sliding of slewing bearing is more serious, so the slewing bearing is not suitable for high-speed rotation.

2、 Slewing bearing is a heavy-duty bearing, high-speed operation, dozens of tons of heavy weight at high speed generated by the centrifugal force is huge, such a state is a high risk state.

3、 Most of the equipment used for slewing bearing is heavy lifting and transferring equipment, so this kind of equipment does not need to rotate at high speed.

Therefore, when using slewing bearing, it is not suitable to rotate at high speed to avoid damage to slewing bearing.


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