CSB filament-wound bearings are produced from high-strength fibers impregnated with high-temperature, high-strength epoxy resin; while this gives the bearings great strength, they should be protected from strong impacts. As a result, when filament-wound bearings are installed, they may not be tapped into place using a hammer. We recommend that users employ a pressure tool to evenly press the bearings into mounting holes with guide angles.After a CSB filament-wound bearing has been pressed into a mounting hole, the elasticity of the glass fiber-based material causes the outer diameter of the bearing to expand and achieve an interference fit with the inside of the hole. When a filament-wound bearing has a wall thickness greater than 3 mm, the shrinkage of the inner diameter will reach 1:1 after the bearing is pressed into the hole. In spite of the fact that the outer diameters of filament-wound bearings have a permissible compression value of 0.1-0.3 mm, an interference fit at even the lowest limit ensures that equipment manufacturers can employ even more press-in installation methods.