Flanged housings, FNL series
FNL flanged housings are well-proven machine parts that provide simple, reliable housing in applications without horizontal frames. They enable the full service life potential of the incorporated bearings to be exploited with less need for maintenance.
Features and benefits
Lines cast into the housing flange indicate the centre of the housing bore. Dimples indicate the position for dowel pins (fig. 1).
Grease guiding system
An integrated flange guides grease from the grease fitting into the bearing (fig. 2).
Low friction seals
A low friction, double-lip seal on each side of the housing keeps grease in and contaminants out (fig. 3). These seals allow rotational speeds twice that of traditional felt seals.
Two predrilled holes for relubrication
The centered hole enables relubrication via a lubrication feature in the bearing. The offset hole enables relubrication from the side.
FNL housings in brief
Self-aligning ball bearings
Spherical roller bearings
CARB toroidal roller bearings
|Bearing dimension series||02, 22|
|Shaft diameter range||20 to 100 mm|
|Typical shaft-bearing combinations||Plain shaft with bearing on an adapter sleeve|
|Materials||Grey cast iron|
|Mounting||Three-bolt mounting Four-bolt mounting|
|Compliance to standards||Not standardized|