split bearing

split bearing

[′split ′ber·iŋ]
(design engineering)
A shaft bearing composed of two pieces bolted together.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Cooper Split Bearing For Rc Feeder.
While Dubrovnik saw the least amount of cancelations, with Zagreb and Split bearing the brunt of the industrial action, the airport's May results are an achievement.
The machine design incorporates outboard mounted split bearing for the lower carrier and wiper roll, which allows these rolls to be passed through the frame when changing the belt.
Standard features of National Oilwell Varco motors include integral, nonprotruding mounting pads to accommodate doweling and jacking in each pad; computer-designed fabricated steel housings to resist vibration; coatings for corrosion resistance; rigidly braced end coils to resist vibration yet accommodate thermal expansion under full load; and split bearing brackets.
In some instances, one bearing may be cooled while the adjacent split bearing is heated.
And a new split bearing lets users change rolls without disassembling the stack.
Tenders are invited for Split bearing set, item 93a, "fybroc" 5500 p/n 09378b0011, 6 each; split bearing holder, item # 93 "fybroc" 5500 p/n k09366c011, 1 each.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Split Bearing for STPS Sarni and SGTPS Birsinghpur of MPPGCL
These were required to ensure that the new split bearing would be correctly secured in place.
The additional cost of purchasing a SRB split bearing comparable in size to a solid bearing is often no more than the additional maintenance cost for one replacement unit, and a fraction of the cost of any unplanned downtime.
The split bearing units were specified with housings and supports designed to be interchangeable with the existing bearing units wherever possible, or incorporate adaptor plates if necessary.
As a result of the SRB split bearing units self aligning properties, these seals are always concentric with the shaft, maximising seal efficiency.