Roller Bearings

Tapered roller bearings utilize conical rollers and raceways, arranged so that the rollers and raceways meet at a common apex. The rollers are guided by contact between the large end of the roller and a rib on the inner ring. This provides high capacity for radial and single thrust loads. Tapered roller bearings have tapered inner and outer ring raceways as well as tapered rollers. They are designed to accommodate combined loads, i.e. simultaneously acting radial and axial loads
•Low friction 

•Longer service life 

•Enhanced operational reliability & durability

•Consistency of roller profiles and sizes 

•Rigid bearing application 

•Running-in period with reduced temperature peaks .
Separable and interchangeable 

Cylindrical roller bearings have rollers that provide a modified line contact with the cylindrical inner and outer ring raceways, while the rollers are guided by ground ribs on either the inner or outer ring. The cylindrical shape allows the inner ring to have axial movement relative to the outer ring. This is especially important when accommodating thermal expansion, where both rings must be press-fitted.
Cylindrical Roller Bearings are bearing in which cylinders are used as the rolling elements as opposed to balls in ball bearings. As such, the rollers have a greater (linear) contact area with the outer ring and are distribute loads across a broader surface. Subsequently, they have a relatively high radial load capacity and are suitable for high speeds. Double-row cylindrical roller bearings have high radial rigidity and are used primarily for precision machine tools.
•High load carrying capacity
•High stiffness
•Accommodate axial displacement 
•Low friction (Roller end / flange contact area) 
•Longer service life 
•Enhanced the operational reliability & durability
•Separable and interchangeable of bearing

Spherical roller bearings are dedicated to extremely severe applications and must support high loads, severe misalignment, contaminated environments, shocks, and vibrations. And with the industry’s highest load rating and production coming from a factory near you, there’s no reason to look anywhere else for spherical roller bearings.
-Reduced friction torque (as much as 30% less), offering lower operating temperature, with lower power and lubricant consumption.
-Appreciably increased operating speed, allowing an extended scope of applications.
-High temperature capacity of up to 200°C (392°F) for metallic cage bearings. Dimensional stability is ensured by a specific heat treatment.
-A +/- 0.5° misalignment capability, without reducing the load capacity, and up to 1° 30’ in case of low loads.

Needle bearings feature a smaller cross-section, higher load-carrying capacity, greater rigidity, and lower inertia forces that facilitate size and weight reductions in machinery. They’re designed to withstand oscillation, perform under severe conditions, and interchange with sliding bearings.
Diverse types of needle bearings are available in a wide variety of sizes and tolerances, for a multitude of applications.
-Needle roller and cage assemblies are offered in single or double row, solid or split cage, metric and inch sizes; as well as in connecting rod bearings for special applications.
-Single and double row bearings are available with or without ribs, and with or without inner rings.
-Thrust bearings are offered in single row roller and cage assemblies.
-Yoke and stud type track rollers are also available.

5) Cylindrical roller thrust bearings 
​Cylindrical roller thrust bearings are suitable for heavy loads at moderate speeds with multiple roller-per-pocket options for increase load capacity.
•Separable unique design
•Longer bearing service life 

6) Needle roller thrust bearings 
Needle roller thrust bearings are fitted with a form-stable cage to reliably retain and guide a large number of needle rollers and will provide a high degree of stiffness within a minimum axial space. In applications, where the faces of adjacent machine components can serve as raceways and take up no more space than a conventional thrust washer.
•Accommodate a heavy axial loads and peak loads 
•Extended bearing longer service life 

7) Spherical Roller Thrust Bearings
Spherical roller thrust bearings have specially designed raceways and asymmetrical rollers. Besides, the bearings can accommodate axial loads acting in one direction and simultaneously acting radial loads. The load is transmitted between the raceways via the rollers at an angle to the bearing axis, while the flange guides the rollers.
•High load carrying capacity 
•Accommodate misalignment 
•Separable design 
•High speed capability 
•Long service life 
•Low friction 

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