Product Description

1. Company introduction 

HangZhou King Slewing Bearing Technology Co.,Ltd.is a professional manufacturer and exporter of excavator slewing rings, its factory is located in HangZhou city, ZheJiang Province,very close to ZheJiang Port, goods can be easily transported all over the world.

Our main product is excavator slewing rings, we can now produce more than 1000 part numbers to match with many famous excavator brands, such as CATERPILLAR, KOMATSU, HITACHI, KOBELCO, HYUNDAI, VOLVO, DOOSAN, LIEBHERR, DAEWOO, JCB,CASE, SUMITOMO, KATO,etc. 

Our engineers have more than 20 years rich experience in studying excavator slewing rings and we have professional measuring team can go to customers ‘ workplace  to measure the old or broken slewing rings, then to produce the same replacements. We have our own factory with latest CNC machines , such as vertical lathes, gear hobbing machines, gear shaping machines, hole drilling mahines, quenching machines, vertical grinding machines, turning machines,etc. to meet customers’ quick delivery requirements. 

We will adhere to the “quality first, credibility first” business philosophy and continually provide our clients with superior quality products and services. We warmly welcome customers from all over the world to visit us and together to build a better future !

2. Our slewing rings can match with more than 1000 excavator models. 

3. Our excavator part numbers as below:

CAT Slewing Ring Replacement 
Excavator model number Part number Excavator model number Part number
CAT 307   102-6377 CAT 325C 227-6087 
CAT 307C   240-8361 CAT 325 199-4483
CAT 308C   240-8362 CAT 325 4178151
CAT 312CL  229-1077 CAT 325 3530676
CAT 311    231-6853 CAT 325 2316854
CAT 312B    616411 CAT 325CL  199-4475
CAT 312CL  229-1077 CAT 326 353-0649
CAT 312C 229-1077 CAT 329D      227-6087
CAT 315  148-4568 CAT 330  7Y571
CAT 318B  148-4568 CAT 330   1994559
CAT M315 M318 145-4809 CAT 330  353-0487
CAT 315C   229-1080 CAT 330B   231-6859
CAT 319C  227-6079 CAT 330B   114-1434
CAT320B  1141414 CAT 330D 227-6089 
CAT320BL   121-8222 CAT 330C  227-6089 
CAT 320  7Y1565 CAT330D/DL 227-6090
CAT 320B      114-1505 CAT 336D   353-0489
CAT 320BL   177-7723 CAT 336DL         227-6089 
CAT 320BL    114-1341 CAT 336DL   353-0680  
CAT 320C 227-6081 CAT 336D   353-0490
CAT 320C 227-6147 CAT 345   227-6052
CAT 320C 171-9425 CAT 345B     136-2969
CAT 320D 227-6082 CAT 345B      200-3645
CAT 320L 7Y1563 CAT 345BII   227-6094
CAT 320L 7Y1563  CAT 345BL    136-2970
CAT 225 8K4127 CAT 345BL    169-5536/169-5537
CAT 322C   221-6764 CAT 345DL  227-6037
CAT 324D    227-6085 CAT 345ECL   227-6052
CAT 325  7Y 0571 CAT 349D  353-0490
CAT 350   1026392 CAT374  333-3009
CAT 365C   199-4565 CAT374  367-8361
CAT 365C  227-6096 CAT 385C 199-4491
CAT 365C  227-6097 CAT 385C 227-6099
CAT 365C  199-4586 CAT 385BL  227-6098
CAT 365CL   267-6793 CAT 385CL  227-6099
CAT 365CL    397-9666 CAT 390D 227-6099
CAT374F
 
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4. Our excavator slewing ring pictures

5. Our slewing bearing packaging pictures 

6. Transportation way: By sea/ air/ rail/ road/ TNT/DHL/UPS/Fedex,ect. 

7. Contact information

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Standard or Nonstandard: Standard
Feature: Short Delivery Time
Sealing Gland: We Use Seal Rings
Rolling-Element Number: Single Row, Three Row for Huge Slewing Bearing
Roller Type: Four Point Contact
Material: Alloy Steel
Samples:
US$ 1030/Set
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Advantages of Ball Bearings

What is a ball bearing? A ball bearing is a type of rolling-element bearing that utilizes balls to maintain separation between two bearing races. Its contact angle between the balls and the races helps it reduce friction between the loads. There are several advantages to ball bearings, including their ability to withstand water. Read on to learn more. Here are a few of the benefits. You can use them in your daily life, from your car to your boat.

Ball bearings reduce friction between loads

Ball bearings reduce friction between loads by constraining the relative motion between moving parts. These bearings consist of a ring of small metal balls that reduce friction between moving objects. The name “ball bearing” is derived from the verb “to bear.” The lubricant within the bearing reduces friction between moving particles. In a machine, ball bearings reduce friction between moving parts and improve linear motion around a fixed axis.
These bearings are commonly used to reduce friction between loads in rotating machines. They have two tracks, one fixed to the rotating part and one stationary. The rolling balls of a ball bearing have lower friction than flat surfaces. Because of this, they are useful for bar stool bearings. They reduce friction between surfaces and maintain the separation between bearing races. Hence, minimal surface contact is possible. Ball bearings have the potential to increase the life of machines and reduce energy consumption.
Ball bearings can be as small as a wrist watch or as large as an industrial motor. They function the same way, reducing friction between loads. Among their many uses, ball bearings are essential for everyday operations. Clocks, air conditioners, fans, and automobile axles all use ball bearings. In fact, anything that uses a motor requires ball bearings. It’s no wonder they’re gaining popularity in industries and everyday life.

They support radial and axial loads

Radial ball bearings are used primarily for radial loads, but they also have a capacity for axial load. This load capacity is usually given as a percentage of the radial load rating. Axial load capacity is generally greater for a bearing with a larger difference between the inner and outer ring diameters. The axial load capacity is also affected by the bearing’s raceway depth, with shallow raceways being more suitable for heavier axial loads.
The two main types of axial and radial loads are defined by their orientation. Axial loads apply forces in one direction while radial loads act on the opposite direction. In both cases, the bearing must support the forces that are imposed. Axial loads apply forces to a bearing in a single direction, while radial loads apply forces in both directions. Regardless of the type of load, axial and radial loads should be considered when selecting a bearing for a given application.
Angular and radial ball bearings differ in their materials. Radial ball bearings are made largely of through-hardened materials. They typically have a Rockwell hardness rating of 58 Rc. The raceways and balls of these bearings are made of 440C stainless steel. They may also contain shields and seals. SAE 52100 steel is the most common material for the raceway, while molybdenum steels are excellent for high temperatures.

They have a contact angle between the balls and the races

When comparing axial load bearings with their radial counterparts, the angular contact angle is more important. Axial load bearings, have a contact angle between the balls and the races of 35 degrees. They are suitable for axial loads and a limited radial load. The contact angle of these bearings is a result of the shape of the inner and outer rings. Each rolling element comes into contact with the inner and outer rings only at one point, forming a 30 degree angle with the radial plane. The radial force of the axial load on these bearings is therefore increased by increasing the contact angle between the balls and the races.
This contact angle determines the amount of friction between the balls and the races, and allows angular contact bearings to withstand heavy radial and thrust loads. In addition, the larger the contact angle, the greater the axial load support. Angular contact bearings come in standard imperial (inch) and metric (mm) sizes. The angular contact angle is determined by the free radial play value and the curvature of the inner track.

They are water-resistant

In addition to their water-resistant qualities, corrosion-resistant ball bearings can also protect against the damaging effects of corrosive environments. Generally, standard metals, such as steel, are susceptible to rust, which can significantly reduce their performance and extend the life of parts. However, plastics, stainless steel, and ceramics can provide corrosion-resistant ball bearings. And because these materials are much more durable, they offer other advantages, such as being easy to maintain.
Among the advantages of plastic ball bearings is their high resistance to extreme temperatures, high speeds, and corrosion. Depending on their construction, plastic bearings are often able to resist corrosion and anti-static properties. They’re lightweight and inexpensive compared to steel ball bearings. CZPT Sales Corporation was established in 1987 with a modest turnover of four lacs. As of the last financial year, it has grown to 500 lacs in sales.
Other advantages of water-resistant ball bearings include corrosion resistance, which is a key consideration in many applications. While stainless steel is highly corrosion-resistant, it decreases the bearing’s load-carrying capacity. Also, corrosion-resistant deep groove ball bearings are usually made with a specified internal clearance, which absorbs loss in clearance during mounting and shaft expansion. This factor affects their performance, and if these are compromised, a replacement may be necessary.
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They are tough

A few things make ball bearings tough: they’re made of real materials, which means that they have inherent imperfections. Grade-1 balls are made especially for high-stress applications, such as Formula One engines. Grade-3 balls, on the other hand, strike the perfect balance between performance and cost. Ceramic balls, for example, are made to spin at a high rate of 400 RPM, and they’re finished with a mirror finish.
A steel carbon ball bearing is one of the toughest forms of ball bearings available. The material is incredibly strong, but the contact between the balls isn’t the best. Low-carbon steel is best for linear shafting and is usually coated with a polymer to prevent damage. Steel ball bearings with moderate amounts of carbon are tough, durable, and water-resistant. They’re ideal for gears, but their high-carbon steel counterparts are particularly tough and can resist corrosion.
A ceramic ball bearing is another option. This type has steel inner and outer rings but ceramic balls. Ceramic balls can withstand higher temperatures than steel and are also electrically insulating. Ceramic ball bearings also tend to be lighter and are more resistant to wear and tear. They’re also ideal for applications in which grease is not an option, such as in space shuttles. Despite the fact that ceramic ball bearings are tough, they’re still cheaper than steel ball bearings.

They are conductive

You may have heard the term “ball bearing” if you’ve studied introductory physics. What does that mean? Essentially, ball bearings are conductive because of their ability to conduct electricity. This ability is reflected in the charge distribution on the surface of the ball. Positive charges are drawn toward the positive plate, while negative charges are drawn away from the positively charged ball bearing. You may have even seen a ball bearing in action.
However, despite their conductive nature, ball bearings can still become damaged by electrical discharge. A higher voltage can cause the balls to pit, and the raceways to become uneven. These uneven surfaces will first show up as excessive noise, and eventually cause the bearing to malfunction. Fortunately, engineers have found a way to counter this problem: conductive grease. This grease enables current to flow through the ball bearing, preventing both heat and voltage buildup.
The difference between steel and ceramic ball bearings is their density. Steel bearings are more conductive than glass or hybrid ceramics. Steel ball bearings have an even grain structure and are conductive for resonance flow. When moving fast, the air surrounding the steel ball bearing carries resonance from the inner ring to the outer. This makes them ideal for high-speed resonance transfer. In addition to being conductive, glass microbeads are harder and lighter than steel.
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They are used in pulley systems

Pulley systems use ball bearings to move the sprocket, which is a wheel that rotates. These bearings are installed on the center mounting hole of the pulley wheel. They protect the entire system from heat, while allowing higher speed and smooth operation. They distribute the weight of the load evenly, minimizing friction and wobbling, and ensure a smooth rotation. Ball bearings are typically made from steel and are installed inside the pulley wheel.
The moment of inertia and bearing friction are measured to within ten percent accuracy. These two variables affect the speed of the pulley system, which can lead to crashes if the weight holders are not balanced. Therefore, ball bearings are used to minimize the chance of such crashes. When you want to know more about ball bearings in pulley systems, here are the advantages they provide.
Another benefit of ball bearings in pulley systems is that they have lower friction than their solid counterparts. In order to reduce friction, however, ball bearings must be made of good materials. Some of the common ball materials are high-quality plastics and stainless steel. Good materials and clever block design are essential to minimizing friction. If you are planning to use ball bearings in your pulley system, check out the following tips and make sure you are choosing the right one for your application.
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