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Unfamiliar Bearings T7014CTSULP3 (manuf. RHP)

Unfamiliar Bearings T7014CTSULP3 (manuf. RHP)

Unfamiliar Bearings T7014CTSULP3 (manuf. RHP)


At our repair shop we just received an water cooled italian motor for repair, it is used for stone cutting.
Motor Nameplate - Motor nameplate

Our bearing suppliers here in Bulgaria doesn't sound confident in knowing what exactly are these bearings.

At the DriveEnd there is set of 2 absolutely the same bearings, their type is:
T 7014 CTSULP3

They are two absolutely the same bearings working in parralel with bushing (sleeve) between them and with arrows pointing outside (please check the photo below)

The bearing letters (numbers) are faceing each other in the inner side (the side of the bushing (sleeve))

What are these bearings?
What does all these letters mean?
Can you tell me their SKF alternative?

The dimensions of one of the bearings are:

d (inner diam) =70mm
D (out. diam) =110mm
B (width) = 20mm

I am founding similar bearings but with different letters, with most conjunctions is T7014CTDULP3.
So the only difference is "S" / "D"?
This is high accuracy bearing, which is VERY expensive for 18kW motor, so I am trying to find everything about this bearing then choosing the best offer from our suppliers.

Thank you in advance!


RE: Unfamiliar Bearings T7014CTSULP3 (manuf. RHP)

For the record, its an ultra high speed precision single universal light preload angular contact ball bearing. Available from NSK.

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