6200-2RS (62002RS) Deep Grooved Ball Bearing Sealed 10x30x9
Turfmaster p/n: XBER62002RS
6200-2RS Sealed Deep Groove Ball Bearing – Metric 10x30x9 Deep Groove Ball Bearings are the most common bearing type found in a wide variety of applications. Versatile and robust they are available in a wide range of sizes and options including seals, shields and special clearance for high speed applications.
The main types are:
Open – Bearing without seals or shields, suitable for applications where lubricant will constantly flow through them i.e. gearboxes.
Metal Shields – Bearings fitted with steel shields and lubricated for life.
Rubber Seals – Bearings fitted with steel reinforced rubber contact seals which provide a better seal but add friction so are unsuitable for high speed applications, lubricated for life.
Replaces OEM p/n:
- Bunton: 6294, P2005, PL4206
- Stiga: 118850492/0
- Measurement Unit: Metric
- Inside Diameter: 10.00mm
- Outside Diameter: 30.00mm
- Width: 9.00mm
- Seals or Shields: 2 x Rubber Seals
Clearance Standard Bearing selected is equipped with rubber seals (2RS), it has molded seals and bonded to a steel inserts for strength. Max operating temperature for our sealed bearings is 240F. This type of seal makes contact with the inner ring of the bearing to protect it from contaminated environments better than the bearings equipped with only a metal shield.
This bearing is sometimes marked with one of the following markings 6200-ZZ, 62002Z, 62002Z, 62002Z, 200KDD, 1200FF, 77200, 6200ZZ, 200SFF, 200PP, 77500, 6200ZZ, 6200ZZ, 62002Z, 6200ZZ.
Interchangeable with Grainger 1ZGG9 and 6L022 SKF 62002RS Koyo 62002RS Nachi 62002NSL BCA 200DD Fafnir Torrington 200PP Federal 1200RR
Illustrations may differ slightly from original product and are not assembled, but in boxes for shipment.
The use of any trade name is not to be taken as any indication that such parts are made, marketed or warranted by any other party. Due to the changing part number system of many OEMs, Turfmaster makes no claim as to the accuracy of these numbers.
Original part numbers are used for identification purposes only.