When a rolling bearing is damaged during machine operation, the entire machine or equipment may seize or malfunction. Since bearings that fail prematurely or unexpectedly cause trouble, it is important to be able to identify and predict failure beforehand, if possible, so that preventive measures can be adopted.
You can find the information about correct bearing handling, mounting, lubrication, and maintenance to prevent premature failure together with color photos of bearing failures.
The mobile app also includes many images and sound clips to help users diagnose types of bearing damage and possible causes. Detailed explanations help users learn the key characteristics of different types of bearing damage.
Diagnose bearing damage with images
Flaking, peeling, scoring, smearing, fractures, cracks, cage damage, denting, pitting, wear, fretting, false brinelling, creep, seizure, electrical corrosion, rust and corrosion, mounting flaws, and discoloration.
Diagnose bearing damage with sound clips
Race noise, roller clicking noise, cage noise, squeal noise, ball flaw noise, contamination noise, ball flaw noise and cage noise in motor bearings, and motor bracket resonance noise.
Languages (mobile app): English, French, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, and Japanese