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How To Remove Bearings For Replacement

How To Remove Bearings For Replacement

Regardless of the type of bearing or the conditions under which it operates, all bearings eventually wear out and have to be replaced. Nowadays, the two most common ways to remove an old bearing are either to use a bearing puller to remove the bearing or use a bearing heater to disassemble the bearing. We will talk about both the advantage and disadvantages of the two ways.

Bearing Removal With A Bearing Puller

When using a bearing puller to remove the bearing, the price is particularly cheaper, but its disadvantage is that it may scratch the shaft if carefully operated. Because of the difference in mechanical mechanism and driven power, pullers can be divided into hydraulic pullers and mechanical pullers, two-jaw pullers, and three-jaw pullers. Before disassembling the bearing, choose a suitable type of puller from the puller manufacturer with sufficient capacity to finish the task.

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Bearing Removal With The Bearing Heater

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Heating bearings is a good way to temporarily expand the bearing rings to facilitate mounting or disassemble without the use of excessive force that could damage bearings.

Major manufacturers of the bearing puller around the globe

1.Taizhou Chuanhu Hydraulic Machinery Co., LTD

The company was set up in 2005. It is presently the foremost manufacturer of hydraulic devices like hydraulic cylinders, hydraulic pullers, hydraulic pumps, flange spreaders, hydraulic nut shapers, and hydraulic workshop presses. Products from the company have passed ISO 10100:2001. Most of the hydraulic devices from the company are sold worldwide through their business network in China, America, Europe, Mid-east, and Southeast Asia. Presently, they produce at their facilities with an area of 5.000 m² and 50 workers in Yuhuan Longxi Industrial Zone, Zhejiang province. To have a look at their bearing puller products, please click here

2. Enerpac

Enerpac is leading a thriving business in hydraulic manufacturing. Their products encompass a wide range of industrial, and mechanical devices and services. Hydraulic products from Enerpac are accessible worldwide through an organization of their 1,400 distributors and partners. They have over 28 offices in 22 nations of the world. Enerpac is focused on offering specialized help with years of hydraulic mastery. They produce hydraulic products that help the servicing of standard items, design custom-made products for unique applications, and create solutions to move all sorts of large structures across the globe.

3. Posi Lock

Posi Lock brand has been providing professionals with top-of-the-line products and services for over 40 years. We offer manual pullers in 1-ton to 40-ton capacity, hydraulic pullers in 5-ton to 200-ton capacity, specialty tools, vises, and more, which are available through distributors across the globe. As a leader in the industry, we continue to aggressively research and develop products and specialty items with highly-skilled, motivated teams of engineers. Our goal has always been to provide convenient and safe products to those in our field. We are proud of our reputation for being hard-working, dedicated, and helpful.

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