HC205-15 Eccentric Bore Insert Ball Bearing
HC205-15 is a Precision Eccentric Bore Insert Ball Bearing With Locking Collar Set Screw. HC205-15 Insert Bearing has a combination of a standard lubrication feature that has a drilled hole in the groove on the locking collar and to make things more efficient the drilled oil hole opposite to the collar to make it interchangeable with the different manufactures. The HC200 Series Insert Bearing is self aligning for standard load capacity. This specific bearing has an eccentric cam locking collar for the attachment of the shaft.
Our Insert Ball Bearings come in a variety of configurations for various duty strength applications and are Pre-Lubricated with Grease to allow it to be ready to use upon arrival.
Match Numbers / Interchange Numbers
NA205-15, UG205-15, EX205-15, UEL205-015D1W3, EW205-15S, 1025-15/16DECG, G1015KRRB, R-015, GY1015KRRB, INS-SXR-015, VE-215, YW220x15/16, YG215NL
Applications / Industries
HC205-15 Insert Ball Bearings are used in a range of applications from Agricultural Machinery, Construction Machinery, Machine Tools, Automobiles, Metallurgy, Petroleum, Railways, Conveying Equipment, Packaging, Shaft Supports, Forestry, Aggregate, Bearing Units, Baking Machinery, and in the Printing Industry.
What are Insert Ball Bearings?
Insert Ball Bearings are radial ball bearings that have been adapted to fit into housings. In use, Insert Ball Bearings are able to slip-fit a shaft rod and be locked into place either using a set screw or a locking-collar. These Insert Ball Bearings have an extended inner ring to provide more support for the shaft and to accomodate for a locking collar. These bearings have a wide variety of features for applications ranging from Normal-Duty to Heavy-Duty Purposes. Typically, Insert Ball Bearings are sold together with a housing but they can be purchased on their own, making it easier to replace inserts.
What are Set Screws, Eccentric Locking Collars, and Concentric Locking Methods?
Our Insert Ball Bearings feature a variety of different methods of locking onto a shaft. These methods include Set Screw Locking which feature two Set Screws positioned 120° apart on the inner ring of the insert which can be tightened to lock onto a shaft, maximizing holding power while minimizing inner ring distortion. Eccentric Self-Locking features a machined collar and bearing inner ring which act as mating cams when assembled on the shaft. When the collar is engaged on the bearing inner ring, and turned in the direction of shaft rotation, it grips the shaft with a binding action that further increases with rotation. We also offer Concentric Locking Ball Bearings which are designed to produce 360° of equalized locking contact, eliminating shaft offset and minimizing premature locking failure.