5203ZZ has a 20-degree contact angle, pressed steel cage, and normal clearance rating, 5203.2Z supports radial loads, thrust loads in both directions, and combined loads, and occupies less thrust space than a pair of single-row angular contact ball bearings mounted together. Because the two rows of rolling elements are mounted back-to-back, the 5203FF bearing arrangement is relatively rigid and can accommodate tilting moments. The 5200 series has a smaller cross section than the 5300 series, making it suitable for smaller spaces, lighter loads, and higher speeds. This 5203-2Z bearing is made of low-alloy, through-hardened carbon chromium steel for durability and resistance to deformity under heavy loads. The 20-degree contact angle of the balls in relation to the raceways gives the bearing a greater capacity for supporting thrust loads over bearings with a standard contact angle of 0 degrees. This bearing 5203KDD has a pressed steel cage to prevent the balls from coming into contact with each other during use, reducing friction, vibration, and noise. The 5203.ZZ bearing has a normal axial internal clearance designation, making it suitable for applications where the load and speeds do not result in thermal expansion. This 5203.2Z clearance provides latitude for self-realignment and compensates for static and dynamic alignment errors. This angular contact ball bearing is for use in commercial and industrial applications including pumps and compressors, automotive drives, gearboxes, and printing machines, among others.
Match #: 5203Z, 5203.2ZJ1, 5203ZZ, 5203.2ZR, 5203.2Z, 5203KDD