Lazy Suzan Bearings
Lazy Susan Bearings
Lazy Susan Bearings at Affordable Price
A rotary bearing, often known as a lazy susan bearing, is a type of bearing that rotates. The bearing is similar to other bearings in that it allows for rotation between the two parts, but it is particularly intended to carry a significant axial load while spinning.
How Does Lazy Susan Bearing Work?
When only one lazy susan bearing is employed, all of the force is concentrated in a single location (F1). This can result in damage to the balls that enable rotation to occur. With the addition of a second bearing, the force is more uniformly distributed (F1 and F2), and the bearing is not harmed as a result of the imbalance in the weight distribution.
Why Use The Lazy Susan Bearing?
Lazy susan bearings provide a variety of advantages, including the following:
- Smooth and easy rotation
- Creates even weight distribution
- Lesser bearing damage
- Enhanced strength during transportation
- Adds balance to the tall displays
- During rotation, there is less swaying