Retaining ring

  • 16-Sep-2010 09:03 EDT
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Rotor Clip’s retaining ring/wave spring provides a cost-effective way to preload and retain bearings in various applications. Applications requiring a bearing preload can use a multiturn wave spring to accomplish the task. The radial wall of the wave spring offers a wide supporting surface, and the bearing load in the waves guarantees 100% axial transmission of the load. In place of a cover plate, the entire assembly can be held in place using a two-turn spiral retaining ring. This ring offers a 360° closed surface-of-contact for the wave spring.

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