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SKF Maintenance and Lubrication Products

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SKF Maintenance and Lubrication Products Basic condition monitoring Extending the Bearing Life Cycle

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Mounting & dismounting Basic condition monitoring 86 Manual grease dispensing tools 151 Automatic grease dispensing tools 156 Lubrication analysis tools 170

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The SKF Bearing Life Cycle Help your bearing achieve its maximum service life Every bearing has a pre-calculated service life. However, research has shown that, for various reasons, not every bearing achieves it. Important stages which have a major impact on a bearing service life can be recognised during the bearing’s lifecycle. These stages are mounting, lubrication, alignment, basic condition monitoring and dismounting. The stages in a bearing life cycle are extremely important for achieving the maximum service life of the bearing. By applying the right maintenance practices and using...

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Basic condition monitoring Dismounting Includes pullers, both mechanical and hydraulic, induction heaters and hydraulic equipment At some point, the bearing will reach the end of its service life and will have to be replaced. Although the bearing may not be used again, it is extremely important to dismount it correctly so that the service life of the replacement bearing is not compromised. Firstly, the use of proper dismounting methods tools will help prevent damage to other machine components, such as the shaft and housing, which are often re-used. Secondly, incorrect dismounting...

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Prevent over 60% of premature bearing failures Poor fitting Poor lubrication Around 16% of all premature bearing failures are caused by poor fitting (usually brute force...) and maintenance personnel being unaware of the availability of the correct fitting tools. Individual installations may require mechanical, hydraulic or heat application methods for correct and efficient mounting or dismounting. SKF offers a complete range of tools and equipment to make these tasks easier, quicker and more cost effective, backed up by a wealth of service engineering know-how. Professional fitting, using...

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Cylindrical seating Tapered seating Adapter sleeve Cylindrical roller Mounting tools Mechanical Hydraulic Oil injection Heaters Dismounting tools Mechanical Hydraulic Oil injection Heaters Withdrawal sleeve Small bearings: bore diameter <80 mm / Medium bearings: bore diameter 80-200 mm / Large bearings: bore diameter >200 mm / * Only for self-aligning ball bearings. Bearing Hydraulic Fitting Hook separator puller tool spanner page 26 page 23 page 10 page 13 Impact Hydraulic nut Drive-up Oil Injection Hotplate spanner and pump Method Method induction page 16 page 52 page 50 page 48 heater

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Mechanical tools SKF Bearing Fitting Tool Kit TMFT 36 10 SKF Hook Spanners HN series 12 SKF Adjustable Hook Spanners HNA series 13 SKF Hook Spanners HN ../SNL series 14 SKF Axial Lock Nut Sockets TMFS series 15 SKF Impact Spanners TMFN series 16 SKF Bearing Lock Nut SpannerTMHN 7 series 17 SKF Mechanical pullers TMMA series 20 SKF Hydraulic pullers TMMA ..H series 20 SKF Hydraulic puller sets TMMA ..H /SET series 21 SKF Standard Jaw Pullers TMMP series 22 SKF Heavy Duty Jaw Pullers TMMP series 22 SKF Heavy Duty Jaw Pullers TMHP series 23 SKF Hydraulic Jaw Puller Kit TMHP 10E 24 SKF...

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Mounting & dismounting Mechanical tools Heating tools Hydraulic tools Induction heaters Hook spanners

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Mounting and dismounting Mounting Around 16% of all premature bearing failures are a result of poor fitting or using incorrect mounting techniques. Individual applications may require mechanical, heat or hydraulic mounting methods for correct and efficient bearing mounting. Selecting the correct mounting technique for your application will help you extend your bearing’s service life and reduce costs resulting from premature bearing failure, as well as potential damage to the application. Mounting bearings in a cold condition Mounting bearings using hydraulic techniques Small and medium size...

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Dismounting When dismounting bearings, care must be taken not to damage other machine components, such as the shaft or housing, as damage can compromise the machine’s efficiency and lifetime. Bearings are sometimes dismounted to maintain or replace other components of the machine. These bearings are often re-used. Selecting the correct dismounting methods and tools is then essential in reducing the risk of personal injuries and reducing the risk of damaging the bearing, thus allowing it to be used again. Individual applications may require mechanical, heat or hydraulic dismounting methods...

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Mechanical mounting Helps prevent premature bearing failures SKF Bearing Fitting Tool Kit TMFT 36 Poor fitting, usually using brute force, accounts for 16% of premature bearing failures. The SKF Bearing Fitting Tool Kit TMFT 36 is designed for quick and precise mounting of bearings, while minimising the risk of bearing damage. The right combination of impact ring and sleeve allows effective transmission of mounting force to the bearing ring with the interference fit, minimising the risk of damaging the bearing’s raceways or rolling elements. The kit contains 36 impact rings, 3 impact...

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SKF TMFT 36 is suitable for SKF Bearing series Interference fits on cylindrical shafts Most bearings are fitted to their shaft or housing with one component having an interference fit. For determining the correct fit, refer to the SKF General Catalogue, the SKF Maintenance Handbook or consult an SKF application engineer. Incorrect mounting When bearings are mounted cold, care must be taken to ensure the drive-up forces are applied to the ring with the interference fit. Damage to the bearing resulting in a failure can occur if the mounting force is transmitted through the rolling elements...

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Spanners and sockets Interference fits on tapered shafts Bearings mounted on tapered seatings achieve their interference fit by being driven up the tapered shaft. Care should be taken to ensure the bearing is not driven up too far, as all the internal clearance may be removed and damage to the bearing is possible. Incorrect mounting Bearing driven up too far and all clearance removed; damage possible. Correct mounting Bearing driven up the correct distance and the right clearance is achieved. The comprehensive range of SKF spanner and sockets are used to tighten and loosen many types and...

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