GE.E 2RS is a common designation for spherical plain bearings that are made of steel and have a double-lip rubber seal. These bearings are typically used in applications where there is rotational or oscillating movement, and they can accommodate both radial and axial loads.
The "GE" in the designation stands for "General Electric," which is a widely recognized manufacturer of bearings. The "E" indicates that the bearing is designed with an extended inner ring. The "2RS" signifies that the bearing has two rubber seals on both sides to provide additional protection against contaminants.
Steel bearings are known for their durability, strength, and resistance to corrosion. They are commonly used in various industries such as automotive, aerospace, machinery, and construction.