Radial Bearings

Mechanical Power Transmission

Anti-Reverse Bearings feature small radial section height.

October 9, 2013

Available in inch and metric sizes, with or without bearing assemblies, One Way Bearings operate directly on shaft, transmitting torque between shaft and housing in one direction and allowing free motion in opposite direction. HFL Series, with 2 integral radial bearings on both sides of needle roller clutch, support radial forces in tight areas and operate from -30 to 120°C. Available as small as 5.4 mm wide, OWC One Way Clutch bearings allow free overrun in opposite direction. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Cylindrical Roller Bearings enhance turbine gearbox reliability.

August 5, 2011

SKF Separable High-Capacity Cylindrical Roller Bearings support high-speed shafts and high-speed intermediate shafts in wind turbine gearboxes. Designed for optimal load-carrying capacity as well as to eliminate risks of roller-to-roller smearing and adhesive wear in service, bearings features brass cage that promotes lower inertia, integrated cage guidance on inner ring (shoulder), and black-oxidized rollers. Design also features optimized play between rollers and cage bars. Read More

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Rolling Bearings enhance wind turbine rotor shaft performance.

April 7, 2011

Combination of tapered roller (locating) and cylindrical roller (non-locating) bearings with angular adjustment capability enable narrow axial guidance of wind turbine rotor shaft, minimizing effects of vibration. Bearing housing design enables required angular adjustment to be made in order to compensate for any misalignment between bearing positions. Able to prevent high axial clearances, solution is designed for supporting main rotor shafts of wind turbines. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Cylindrical Roller Bearings feature sheet steel cage.

October 18, 2010

Designed for wind turbine gearboxes, FAG Cylindrical Roller Bearings feature self-retaining cage that facilitates mounting since rolling elements are retained even when ring is removed. Comprising 2 cage rings lying one inside the other and joined together, cage minimizes friction and provides sufficient space for additional roller element in bearing. Geometrical shape of cage pockets optimizes lubricant flow, which helps prevent damage to bearing. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Cylindrical Roller Bearings manage loads from multiple directions.

September 17, 2010

Offered with 3.54 in. max ID, precision cylindrical roller bearings for screw drives combine axial cylindrical rollers and radial needle rollers in configuration that can manage loads from multiple directions. With 18.1 in. max ID, precision cylindrical roller bearings for rotary tables have integrated design with L-shaped inner ring, shaft washer, outer ring, 2 thrust roller cage assemblies, and radial full complement row. This design also manages stresses from multiple directions. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Tube Roller Bearing prevents slippage in wind turbine gearboxes.

September 10, 2010

Incorporating 3 cylindrical rollers, FAG Tube Roller Bearing rotates without slippage under all conditions with no affect on load rating or rating life. Hollow rollers are supported by support roller in inner bore. At higher loads, bore of cylindrical rollers ensures sufficient deflection of larger rollers so they are not overloaded. Together, tube roller and support roller provide fatigue strength to bearing, which results in rigid rolling element that withstands peak load conditions. Read More

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Modular Bearing Systems target wind turbine gearboxes.

June 21, 2010

Developed to customer specifications, Modular Bearing Systems consist of cylindrical roller bearings that are fitted directly into planetary gear in wind turbine gearboxes. Bore of gear acts as outer raceway, so that bearings themselves do not have outer ring. Available in bore diameters of 160, 190, and 200 mm, bearings have inner race-guided one-piece brass cage, which contains inspection grooves for endoscopic condition assessment of inner race surface. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Cylindrical Roller Bearings withstand extreme conditions.

October 9, 2009

Suitable for rope wheels and pulleys, NNF Series is sealed on both sides to prevent dust and splash water from entering bearings. Double row full complement bearings are suitable for low to medium speeds and can take up axial forces and tilting moments in both directions. Lubrication holes in outer and inner ring enable re-lubrication through shaft and housing. For corrosion protection, bearings are available with RoHS-compliant, anti-corrosion coating. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Plastic Bearings eliminate magnetic distortion.

September 10, 2009

Suited for applications that require non-magnetic, non-metallic solution, these plastic bearings feature glass balls, polyester plastic races, and urethane tire mounted to outer race, which minimizes noise and absorbs vibration. Able to run without lubrication, these units can tolerate harsh environments and underwater applications. Some uses include medical MRI, medical X-ray, security X-ray, and CAT scan equipment. Read More

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Bearing System suits planetary wind turbine gearboxes.

February 11, 2009

Based on single-row cylindrical roller bearings of RN range, Modular Bearing System features one-piece solid brass cage, which is guided by inner ring, and includes grooves for endoscopic inspection of inner raceways. To conform to individual load and design parameters of specific gearbox, bearings can be assembled in sets of 2, 3, or 4. Each bearing set includes components required to secure bearings axially in planetary gears, such as retaining rings and loose rib rings. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Cylindrical Roller Bearings come in 3,000 types.

February 9, 2007

Made from clean bearing steel, Single-Row Cylindrical Roller Bearings are available 164 sizes in design variants NU, NJ, and NUP. Bearing cages are offered in roller-guided and outer ring-guided versions and are made from brass and polyamide. Optimized geometries of raceways and rolling elements maximize loading capacity, while modified cage design facilitates formation of lubricant film. Misalignments can be compensated through modified contact geometry and crowned inner raceways. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Roller Bearings help extend wind turbine gearbox life.

July 11, 2006

SKF® high-capacity cylindrical roller bearings feature low cross-section cage that eliminates risk of damage by roller-to-roller smearing. Cage design also increases lubrication by allowing room for oil passage, which lubricates contacts between rollers and raceways, provides cooling, and reduces risk of metal-to-metal contact. Optimized cross-sections of rings and rollers minimize potential for fretting corrosion, ring creep, and flange fracture. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Ball Bearings suit small diameter shafts.

March 31, 2006

Offered in stainless steel, inch-size R-Series resists corrosion encountered in demanding or harsh operating environments. Single-row, radial conrad-type bearings feature uninterrupted raceway grooves and conformity between balls and raceways to accommodate high thrust loads. Available in open, shielded, and sealed models, bearings offer bore sizes from 1/8-1½ in., basic radial dynamic load ratings from 70-3,780 lbf, and basic radial static load ratings from 27-2,650 lbf. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Cylindrical Roller Bearings are built for extended life.

February 20, 2006

Produced with minimal peak roughness values on raceway surfaces to provide optimized stress concentrations, X-Life(TM) bearings feature cylindrical rolling elements that support forces along contact lines and can handle dynamic loads up to 260 kN. Available cage types include pressed steel, profile milled brass cage, one-piece polyamide (plastic), polyamide segmented, machined brass, brass disk separator, and 2-piece brass riveted. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Bearings are made to exceed ISO tolerance specifications.

October 25, 2005

Dimensionally interchangeable with standard products, SKF® Explorer bearings are manufactured from low-oxygen steel and feature ground transition raceways/shoulders. Modified polyamide/brass cage geometry lends to speed ratings and acceleration, lower heat generation, and reduced vibration and noise, while heat-treating process minimizes dimensional changes. Products come in multiple roller, ball, and thrust bearing configurations. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Cylindrical Roller Bearings run cool at high speeds.

August 23, 2005

SKF® Explorer single-row cylindrical roller bearings feature logarithmically crowned rollers that optimize contact geometry between roller and raceway for operation even under misaligned conditions. Bearing rollers are guided between integral open flanges on one ring, which reduces friction. Available with bore sizes from 0.7874-8.6614 in. in dia, standard units have molded glass fiber-reinforced polyamide cage, or optional machined brass and pressed steel. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Ball Bearings target medical and dental handpieces.

December 3, 2004

Radial Ball Bearings feature corrosion-resistant 440C material and are available with various closures, including Teflon® and stainless steel seal. Retainers are offered in autoclave-resistant Phenolic and Torlon, as well as standard crown and ribbon for less demanding applications. Full shoulder design prevents disassembly of bearing during handling and installation. Bearings are supplied lubricated with food-safe and autoclave-resistant grease. Read More

Transportation Industry Products, Mechanical Power Transmission

Anti-Friction Bearings reduce noise and maintenance.

August 9, 2004

X-Life(TM) products include 4 types of bearings. E1 spherical-roller bearings feature optimized surface finishes and bearing and roller geometries. Angular-contact ball bearings are manufactured with brass, TVP, or pressed steel cages, while SL series cylindrical-roller bearings are available with brass or plastic cages. KUVE and RUE ball and roller monorail guidance systems, suited for dynamic traverse motion and positioning motion, help provide long-term mechanical accuracy. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Roller Bearings feature optimized roller crown design.

September 30, 2002

Cylindrical roller bearings are single and double row spindle bearings with crown profile for optimized load distribution. Typically used in combination with double direction angular contact thrust bearings, they are suited for applications where combination of radial stiffness, high radial capacity and high precision support are required. Hybrid Ceramic (HCN) single row cylindrical roller bearing suits high speed floating bearing arrangement in milling spindle applications. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission

Spindle Bearings feature non-contacting seal.

September 30, 2002

Sealed angular contact spindle bearings have non-contacting seal that helps retain lubricant and protects against premature failure caused by infiltration of contaminants. Non-contacting nature of design allows bearings to operate at running speeds up to 1.5 M dN without any impedance normally caused by seal interference. Bearings are offered in high speed (small ball) and standard (large ball) versions with 15° or 25° contact angle. Read More