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The bearing cage is a device used to seperate the rolling elements of a bearing (also known as a retainer).
The depth given which meets the hardness requirements layed down by the bearing manufacturer.
The act of hardening a bearing component all the way through - also known as through hardening.
A material being used increasingly for its high temperature and low density properties for rolling element production.
A plating process applied to provide a hard wear resistant surface to possible abrasives.
The phrase given to describe the inner portion of a taper roller bearing.
An older phrase describing a standard deep groove ball bearing.
A set of factors applied to the standard bearing life equation which adjusts it for factors such as fitting, environment, temperature etc.
The phrase given to describe the outer portion of a taper roller bearing.