Do You Know What Are Bearing Pullers?  

Bearing pullers are designed as a certain tool so that the removal or installation of bearings can become simpler and efficient. Often bearing pullers may resemble almost like any pair of scissors. The configuration of such a puller in some cases, will enable the extraction of both bearings and gears, and also those are connected to a series of shafts.

Different size of the bearing pullers will make it feasible to use this device on almost everything right from any pair of skates to certain complicated industrial machinery.

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The claw legs of the puller are specially designed to fit comfortably around the following components with minimal effort for any user.

  1. Bearings

A bearing is one of the most common parts of any moving machine that compels relative motion. To put it simply, a bearing will rotate at the same speed that of your rotating component to reduce the friction between the different moving components.

  1. Gears

Gear is a certain wheel that contains teeth that will work with others for altering the relationship between the speed of your driving mechanism e.g. the engine of any vehicle, and also the speed of your driven parts e.g. your wheels.

  1. Pulleys

There is a pulley having a grooved wheel that is attached to your crankshaft. Normally the pulley will be connected by a certain belt that will direct the power to the entire system in an engine.

Few different types of puller

You can find several types of pullers to choose from. You will end up getting your job done very efficiently and safely, without causing any damage if you can select the best-suited puller for your application.

1) 2-jaw and 3-jaw pullers

These are the most common varieties of pullers that are available in these two configurations. The most widely used variety is the 3-jaw puller because the extra number of jaws helps to distribute the force a little more evenly. However, where access is very limited then a 2-jaw puller should be used.

However, you need to be very careful while using a 2-jaw puller.

2) Mechanical and hydraulic pullers

These mechanical pullers will work by rotating a certain crossbar that moves the centre bolt and forces the screw to the shaft.

Hydraulic pullers will include a hydraulic cylinder that is integral to it and powered by a certain pump for applying the required force. Then the plunger provides direct, and non-twisting thrust, which is much more effective and also more secure.

In case, you are looking particularly for tools for removing bearings, then there are several dedicated tools that are designed for this.

3) Internal pullers

These are internal pullers used for removing shaft-mounted parts where there is no support available for spindle support. An internal puller will be used that will be attached with a slide hammer that allows a necessary high-impact force that needs to be applied.