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Bearing Ball Carriage, Height 30.50 mm
- Item # 2HWB5
- Mfr. Model # 511H25C0D
- UNSPSC # 23153030
- Catalog Page # 243
- Shipping Weight 1.17 lbs.
- Item Linear Bearing Ball Carriage
- Type 500 Series, Narrow
- For Rail Width (mm) 25
- Carriage Height 30.50mm
- Carriage Width 48mm
- Carriage Length 84.50mm
- Carriage Hole Size (mm) M6
- Slide Height (mm) 36
- Static Load Capacity (Lb.) 46,100
- Dynamic Load Capacity (Lb.) 21,100
- Static Load Capacity (N) 46,100
- Dynamic Load Capacity (N) 21,100
- Max. Speed (In/Sec) 5
- Temp. Range (C) -40 - 80, 120 Max
- Carriage Type Ball
- Carriage Material Chrome Vanadium Steel Bearing, Glass Filled Nylon End Cap
- Carriage Finish Duralloy
- Seals Nitrile Rubber
- Agency Compliance DIN 645-1
- For Use With 500 Series Ball Rail
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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