High Quality Chlorinated Polyethylene CPE 135A

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Brand Name:INA
Model Number:135A
Category:Flange Block
Inventory:0.0
Minimum Buy Quantity:N/A
Weight:1.45
Product Group:M06110
Number of Mounting Holes:4
Mounting Method:Set Screw
Housing Style:4 Bolt Square Flange Block

Product Details

CategoryFlange Block
Inventory0.0
Minimum Buy QuantityN/A
Weight1.45
Product GroupM06110
Number of Mounting Holes4
Mounting MethodSet Screw
Housing Style4 Bolt Square Flange Block
Rolling ElementBall Bearing
Housing MaterialZmarc Coated Cast Iron
Expansion / Non-expansionNon-expansion
Mounting Bolts1/2 Inch
RelubricatableYes
Insert Part NumberRRZ1107BRR
SealsDouble Lip Contact
Housing Configuration1 Piece Solid
Pilot ConfigurationNo Pilot
Inch - MetricInch
Long Description4 Bolt Square Flange Block; 1-7/16" Bore; 5.1" Bolt Circle; 3-5/8" Bolt Spacing; 1 Piece Solid; Set Screw Mount; Zmarc Coated Cast Iron; Ball Bearing; Relubricatable; Double Lip Contact
Other FeaturesSingle Row | Normal Duty | Corrosion Resistant | Has Flinger | Zmarc Coated Insert | With Set Screw
UNSPSC31171501
Harmonized Tariff Code8483.20.40.40
NounBearing
Keyword StringFlanged
Manufacturer Item NumberZ4F107ZMG
Weight / LBS3.2
Cartridge Pilot Depth0 Inch | 0 Millimeter
d1.438 Inch | 36.525 Millimeter
Cartridge Pilot Diameter0 Inch | 0 Millimeter
Nominal Bolt Circle Diameter Round5.1 Inch | 130 Millimeter
Bolt Spacing3.625 Inch | 92.08 Millimeter
D0 Inch | 0 Millimeter
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