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Aftermarket Ingersoll Rand 32127516 Bearing/Rod Kit for

Aftermarket Ingersoll Rand 32127516 Bearing/Rod Kit for

Part #: 32127516
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Bearing/Rod Kit for Type 30 Compressors




Our Ingersoll Rand Equivalent Bearing/Rod Kit contains all the parts necessary for replacing the connecting rods and main bearings on Ingersoll Rand Compressor Models 15T, 15T2, 15T4, 15V/VT, 20T, 20T2, 20V/VT, 25T, 25T2, and 30T. Our kit includes both the low and high pressure connecting rods, main bearings, and the crankpin bushing.

eCompressedair provides quality Ingersoll Rand equivalent parts that meet or exceed the OEM specifications. Aftermarket parts are more cost effective than brand name parts and can typically allow for a reduction in you annual maintenance costs over the life of the compressor.

Parts List
Qty. Part # Desc.
1 27A19X310NR Bearing, Main
1 28A19X410 Bearing, Main
1 30439285 Gasket
3 32221384 Gasket
1 32187676 Spacer, Crankpin
1 R22593 Rod, Connecting L.P.
2 R22594 Rod, Connecting H.P.
1 R47248 Bushing, Crankpin
1 W99622T7 Seal, Oil
How It Works

Over numerous hours of operation factors such as contamination, heat, lack of lubrication, and misalignment can all contribute to deterioration of the main bearings. Unclean conditions such as failure to routinely change the compressor's oil or replace the air filter can allow dirt or other contaminants to make their way into the oil and eventually into the bearings. This foreign material can become embedded in the soft bearing material and even further score or damage the crankshaft.

Heat is also a primary factor that causes the bearings to wear prematurely and will lead to failure if the bearings get too hot. Being primarily cooled by the flow of oil through and around the bearing, anything that disrupts this oil flow raises bearing temperature and increases the risk of damage to the bearing. Lack of lubrication can cause fusing due to the excessive friction from metal to metal contact that happens in the absence of oil. Another contributing factor to bearing wear is misalignment, which is indicated by an uneven or diagonal wear pattern on the rod bearings. This usually indicates that the connecting rod has been bent and should be replaced.