Do you know the damage to the bearing caused by improper installation?

Early bearing damage may be caused by a variety of comprehensive factors. Improper installation accounts for about 16%. Improper installation usually refers to the following two points:

1. Use brute force during installation. Directly hitting the bearing with a hammer will damage the bearing , which is the main cause of deformation.
2. The installation is not in place, the installation is deviation or not installed in the bearing position, resulting in too small bearing clearance. The inner and outer rings are not at the same center of rotation, resulting in different concentricity.

NSAR bearing technical engineer recommends:

Choose appropriate or professional bearing installation tools, and use special instruments to test after installation, which can avoid damage to your bearings during installation and reduce the cost of bearings.