Bearings are one of the most important things to get aircraft to move, there are thousands of diverse types of bearing from all types of sizes. Group 31 classifies bearings that can go anywhere from one cent to thousands of dollars because of how important they can be in an aircraft. These bearings include lubricated and specially designed classified in specific classes in this group. Most of the time bearings support other parts the rotate or slide next to each other.
The number 3110 classifies bearings that are unmounted and antifriction like ball bearings, balls, races and roller bearings but exclude jewel bearings. Class 3120 stands for those bearings that ae generally one piece that position moving and retain and rotating parts. Examples of these are split bearings, sleeve bearings, and jewel bearings but exclude mounted bearings. The last class is 3130 which classify bearings mounted like pillow block units, flange units, flat box, and step box units.
Here at ASAP Semiconductor we are open to provide outstanding service to all customers, even if it is 2 am or on a holiday weekend. We are here to make sure all our customers planes can fly and get back to working conditions. We give the lowest pricing, all our parts make it on time, and are in the condition that we stated in our quote. So, don’t be afraid to give ASAP Semiconductor at +1-412-212-0606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org whenever you need help getting your plane back in the air.