PHS is a type of bearing with a unique structure. Its inner and outer rings are made of high-carbon chromium bearing steel, which undergoes processes such as quenching, grinding, and coating. The PHS bearing consists of a steel ball as the sphere, which contacts a housing with a spherical bore, providing support and guidance.
The spherical bearing can bear radial and axial loads, and is most suitable for heavy loads and low speeds. Rotating mechanism.
The connecting rod bearing is a spherical connector formed by die-casting with a precision steel ball as the main core, and then the required connecting rod parts are welded to form, and the steel ball can be fully lubricated when it rotates.
PHS bearings are widely used in the fields of production machinery and construction machinery. In terms of production machinery, PHS bearings are well-suited for applications such as machine tools, industrial machinery, and automated production equipment, as they can handle high-speed operation, heavy loads, and precise positioning requirements. In the realm of construction machinery, PHS bearings are suitable for applications in excavators, cranes, bulldozers, and concrete machinery, as they can withstand significant loads and harsh environments.