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Bearing Part Number Suffixes BEO and OEC

Bearing Part Number Suffixes BEO and OEC


I am trying to determine the meaning behind the suffixes for two bearings. Their part numbers are as follows:


I have been unable to find any resource to identify what the BEO and OEC suffixes stand for. Does anyone have any ideas?



RE: Bearing Part Number Suffixes BEO and OEC

BEO = Both Ends Open (which means there are seals on each side of the housing)
OEC = One End Closed (which means one side of the housing has a seal, the other side has an end cover)

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