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A standard single row deep-groove bearing named for the inventor of its assembly method, Joseph Conrad.



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COUNTERBORED BALL BEARING

A non-separable ball bearing with one side of the raceway removed from either or both rings to facilitate manufacturing assembly. A portion of one race shoulder turned and ground away to facilitate assembly with a greater number of balls. Normally the outer ring is counterbored.

CONRAD BEARING

Single row deep groove ball bearing.

BENCHMARK

  1. A relatively permanent natural or artificial object bearing a marked point whose elevation above or below an adopted datum for example, sea level is known. 2. A standard of measurement possessing sufficient identifiable characteristics common to the individual units of a population to facilitate economical and efficient comparison of attributes for units selected from a sample.

MODULAR STRUCTURE

  1. A building that is constructed of preassembled or presized units of standard sizes; uses a 4-inch (10.16-centimeter) cubical module as a reference. 2. An assembly involving the use of integral multiples of a given length for the dimensions of electronic components and electronic equipment, as well as for spacings of holes in a chassis or printed wiring board. 3. An assembly made from modules.

RADIAL CLEARANCE

The radial internal clearance of a single row radial contact ball bearing is the average outer ring race diameter, minus the average inner ring race diameter, minus twice the ball diameter.

BAR-TYPE GRATING

An open grid assembly of metal bars in which the bearing bars (running in one direction) are spaced by rigid attachment to crossbars.

SINGLE ROW BEARING

A bearing with one row of rolling elements.

FITTING

A small auxiliary part of standard dimensions used in the assembly of an engine, piping system, machine, or other apparatus.

FLOOR SYSTEM

The structural floor assembly between supporting beams or girders in buildings and bridges.

COUNTERSUNK BOLT

A bolt that has a circular head, a flat top, and a conical bearing surface tapering in from the top; in place, the head is flush-mounted.

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