CAPACITACION RODAMIENTOS

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  • SKF [Organisation]CAPACITACIN DE RODAMIENTOS I

    Presentado por: Arley Sandoval DelgadoIng. Soporte Tcnico y ServiciosDirigido a:LR BUCARAMANGABucaramanga12/11/2011

  • HISTORIA DEL RODAMIENTO3500 AC (IRAQ)7OO AC Asirios y Babilonios40 DC1791 (Carruajes)1869 (DGBB)1907(SKF)1995

  • SKF (1907)Pas: Gotemburgo Suecia Personaje: Sven wingquist (1876-1953)Actividad :Ingeniero de una Fabrica de textiles

  • Historia SKF (1907)

    Nace SKF Ofreciendo los rodamientos (SABB) Auto- Alineables

  • Historia de SKF 1918 SKF Inventa el Rodamiento de Rodillos a Rotula.

  • Historia de SKF 1995: SKF Inventa el Rodamiento CARB 2000: Nuevo estndar mundial de duracin y resistencia SKF EXPLORER

  • HISTORIA SKF

  • QUE ES UN RODAMIENTO?

  • FUNCIONES DE UN RODAMIENTO

    Reducir

    Soportar Gua

  • FACTORES DE DISEO Y SELECCION

  • COMPONENTES DE UN RODAMIENTO

  • TIPOS DE ELEMENTOS RODANTES

  • TIPOS DE RODAMIENTOS

  • TIPOS DE RODAMIENTOS

  • TIPOS DE RODAMIENTOS FY

  • TIPOS DE RODAMIENTOS SY

  • TIPOS DE RODAMIENTOS SY

    UNIDAD COMPLETATIPO RODAMIENTOSY 20 TFYAR 204CON PRISIONERO AJUSTE EJESY 30 TFYET 206ANILLO FIJACION EXCENTRICOSY 1/2 TF203- 008SY 1TF205-100SY 1. 3/16 TF206-103SY 1. 1/4 TF207-104SY 1. 3/8 TF207- 106SY 1. 7/16 TF207-107SY 1. 1/2 TF208-108SY 1. 11/16 TF209-111SY 1. 15/16 TF210-115SY 2 TF211- 100SY 2. 3/16 TF211-203SY 2. 7/16 TF212-207SY 2. 15/16 TF215-215

  • FUNCIN DE LA JAULA

  • JUEGO RADIAL INTERNO

  • TIPO DE RODAMIENTO ?DGBB Rod. Rgido de Bolas ACBB Rod. Rgido de Bolas contacto Angular SABB Rod. de Bolas a RotulaSRB Rod. de Rodillos a RotulaCRB Rod. de Rodillos CilndricosCARBTRB Rod. Axiales de Rodillos cnicosTBB Rod. Axiales de Bolas

  • Diagrama de designaciones

  • MotorAcopleReductor Equipo RotativoRodamientoRodamientoCadenaTransportador

  • **SLIDE 2What is Power Transmission?You are all familiar with bearings and what they do to help reduce friction and enable objects to rotate with the least amount of resistance possible. Mechanical Power Transmission Products are located very near to bearings and what they do is to transmit power from one shaft to another to enable the shaft where the bearings are situated to rotate at a certain speed, which may be faster, slower or the same as the output speed of the driving unit (a motor for example).Let me show you this in a diagram to illustrate where the objects might be situated and what they do.The primary source of rotation is normally provided by a motor which may also have a gearbox attached to it to change the speed. The output shaft from the motor or gearbox then has to be connected to the shaft that it will turn. This is normally done with a coupling. As you can see, the coupling connects the motor and gearbox input shaft. The gearbox then reduces or increases the output speed of the motor. This coupling can connect two different size shafts and usually has the ability to compensate for misalignment of the two shafts caused by poor installation, uneven surfaces and shafts that are not straight, etc. On the output shaft of the gearbox is a pulley which has a vee belt attached to it which transmits the power from the gearbox to the shaft which is driving the conveyor belt. Once again, we can reduce or increase the speed by altering the size of the pulleys. For example, if we take a standard motor that runs at 1400 rpm and add a gearbox with a ratio of 3 to 1 we will get an output speed of about 466 rpm. If we then have a ratio of 4 to 1 between the two pulleys the speed will be reduced to 116 rpm. This is called a reduction drive.