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Stephen L Setty

from Urbana, OH

Stephen Setty Phones & Addresses

  • 3924 Melody Ln, Urbana, OH 43078
  • 156 Eris Rd, Urbana, OH 43078
  • 614 Rice St, Elmore, OH 43416
  • Toledo, OH
  • Springfield, OH

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Separator Grease Retention And Feed System For Wheel Spindle Bearings

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US Patent:
20040057644, Mar 25, 2004
Filed:
Sep 19, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/247214
Inventors:
Steven Meeker - Norwalk OH, US
Stephen Setty - Elmore OH, US
Todd Kroeger - Hamilton OH, US
Assignee:
Delphi Technologies, Inc. - Troy MI
International Classification:
F16C033/38
F16C019/00
US Classification:
384/470000, 384/523000
Abstract:
A separator for a bearing comprising a frame including a plurality of cavities for receiving rolling elements and further including a lubrication channel in fluid communication with at least one of the plurality of cavities. This separator may be a component of a bearing including an inner race, an outer race, and a plurality of rolling elements disposed in each of the plurality of cavities of the separator and set to be in movable contact with the outer race and inner race of the bearing. A lubricant is introduced into the lubrication channel and flows into each of the plurality of cavities which provides evenly distributed lubrication to each rolling element of the bearing assembly.

Separator Grease Retention And Feed System For Wheel Spindle Bearings

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US Patent:
20050058377, Mar 17, 2005
Filed:
Sep 30, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/955787
Inventors:
Steven Meeker - Norwalk OH, US
Stephen Setty - Elmore OH, US
Todd Kroeger - Hamilton OH, US
International Classification:
F16C019/00
US Classification:
384470000
Abstract:
A separator for a bearing comprising a frame including a plurality of cavities for receiving rolling elements and further including a lubrication channel in fluid communication with at least one of the plurality of cavities. This separator may be a component of a bearing including an inner race, an outer race, and a plurality of rolling elements disposed in each of the plurality of cavities of the separator and set to be in movable contact with the outer race and inner race of the bearing. A lubricant is introduced into the lubrication channel and flows into each of the plurality of cavities which provides evenly distributed lubrication to each rolling element of the bearing assembly.
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