deep groove ball bearing
Deep groove ball bearings are the most widely used bearing type and are particularly versatile . They have low friction and are optimized for low noise and low vibration which enables high rotational speeds.
spherical roller bearing
Spherical bearings are used in countless industrial applications where there are heavy loads, moderate speeds and possibly misalignment. Some common application areas are: Gearboxes. Wind turbines .
tapered roller bearing
Pairs of tapered roller bearings are used in car and vehicle wheel bearings where they must cope simultaneously with large vertical (radial) and horizontal (axial) forces. Tapered roller bearings are commonly used for moderate speed, heavy duty applications where durability is required.
ball bearing unit
Ball bearing units consist of an insert bearing mounted in a housing . An insert bearing is a deep groove ball bearing with a sphered (convex) outside surface and an extended inner ring that includes a mechanism to lock the unit onto the shaft.
angular contact ball bearing
Angular contact ball bearings have inner and outer ring raceways that are displaced relative to each other in the direction of the bearing axis . This means that these bearings are designed to accommodate combined loads, i.e. simultaneously acting radial and axial loads.
cylindrical roller bearing
Cylindrical roller bearings, in which either the inner or outer rings has two ribs and the other ring has one , are capable of taking some axial load in one direction Double-row cylindrical roller bearings have high radial rigidity and are used primarily for precision machine tools.
needle roller bearing
These bearings are often used in automotive applications such as rocker arm pivots, pumps, compressors and transmissions . The drive shaft of a rear-wheel drive vehicle typically has at least eight needle bearings (four in each U joint) and often more if it is particularly long, or operates on steep slopes.
thrust ball bearings
Thrust bearings support the axial thrust of both horizontal and vertical shafts. The functions are to prevent the shaft from drifting in the axial direction and to transfer thrust loads applied on the shaft .
high TEMPERATURE bearing
High temperature bearings are designed for challenging operating conditions, with variants capable of performing at temperatures as high as 350 °C (660 °F). These bearings incorporate graphite-based lubrication which can lubricate at high temperatures and low speeds, eliminating the risk of metal-to-metal contact.