1.Adapter sleeves are the most commonly used components for locating bearings with a tapered bore onto a cylindrical seat as they can be used on smooth or stepped shafts (fig 1). They are easy to mount and require no additional location on the shaft.
When adapter sleeves are used on smooth shafts, the bearing can be located at any position on the shaft. When used on stepped shafts, together with an abutment ring, bearings can be accurately positioned axially and bearing dismounting is also facilitated.
3.Adapter sleeves are used for securing tapered bore bearings on to the cylindrical shafts, it easy mounting and dismounting. Adapter sleeves are used for securing tapered bore bearings on to the cylindrical shafts. They facilitate easy mounting and dismounting. They are suitable for both smooth and stepped shafts. The sleeves can easily adapt to the shaft diameter.
The adapter sleeves have slotted design and an external taper. They are usually not surface treated but oiled and are supplied with a lock nut and a locking device. They have an oil duct, distribution groove, and a threaded side. For stepped shafts, they have two supply ducts and distribution grooves on the outer surface.
Withdrawal sleeves are used for mounting tapered bearings on to the cylindrical shafts. They facilitate easy mounting, securing and dismounting. They are suitable for both smooth and stepped shafts. Bearing sleeve can easily adapt to the shaft diameter. They are usually coated with a preservative, are slotted and have an external taper. This allows the sleeve to be used with wide spherical roller bearings. Withdrawal sleeves for oil injection have oil ducts and distribution grooves, on the threaded side.
bearing pillow block adapter sleeve---Xurui Hengda International