BS EN 2017:1989 - Specification for bearings - airframe rolling double row self aligning ball bearings in corrosion resisting steel diameter series 2. Dimensions and loads

BS EN 2017:1989

Specification for bearings - airframe rolling double row self aligning ball bearings in corrosion resisting steel diameter series 2. Dimensions and loads

Status : Current   Published : September 1989

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Bearings designed to withstand only slow rotations and oscillations under load. Intended for use between fixed and moving parts of the aircraft structure and their control mechanisms.




Standard NumberBS EN 2017:1989
TitleSpecification for bearings - airframe rolling double row self aligning ball bearings in corrosion resisting steel diameter series 2. Dimensions and loads
StatusCurrent
Publication Date29 September 1989
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 2017:1984
DescriptorsBearings, Roughness (surface), Ball bearings, Rolling bearings, Self-aligning bearings, Aircraft components, Environment (working), Airframe bearings, Marking, Double-row bearings, Clearances, Static loading, Steels, Dimensions, Loading, Mass, Designations, Corrosion-resistant steels
ICS49.035
Title in FrenchRoulements pour structures d'aéronefs roulements en acier résistant à la corrosion à rotule sur deux rangées de billes série de diamètres 2. Dimensions et charges
Title in GermanFlugwerklager zweireihige Pendelkugellager aus korrosionsbestaendigem Stahl Durchmesserreihe 2. Masze und Belastungen
CommitteeACE/1
ISBN0 580 17654 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size349 KB
Price£112.00


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