How are the bearings packed?


The packaging of the bearing is usually divided into two parts: the inner package and the outer package. its main purpose is to protect the bearing from damage and pollution during transportation and storage, and to facilitate use and management.

Inner packaging refers to the packaging of bearings when they leave the factory, and its main function is to protect the bearing surface from corrosion and damage. 
Common inner packaging materials are anti-rust paper, anti-rust oil, plastic bags and so on. 
For precision bearings and high-grade bearings, special packaging methods such as vacuum packaging or nitrogen-filled packaging are usually used to further protect the quality and performance of the bearings.

Outer packaging refers to the packaging of bearings in the process of transportation and storage, and its main function is to protect bearings from mechanical damage and external environment. 
The common outer packing materials are cartons, wooden cases, plastic boxes and so on. 
The outer packaging should also be reasonably designed according to the weight, size and transportation mode of the bearing to ensure the safety and stability of the bearing in the process of transportation. 
In addition to the selection and design of packaging materials, bearing packaging also needs to pay attention to the following points: 
The bearing should be cleaned and inspected before packaging to ensure that its surface is free of oil, rust, damage and other defects. 
Packaging should be classified and marked according to the type, specification and quantity of bearings for management and use. 
After packing, strict inspection and testing should be carried out to ensure the effectiveness and reliability of the packaging.