Deep Groove Ball Bearing
Deep groove ball bearings are also named as radial ball bearings, which are the most widely used rolling bearings. It is characterized by low friction resistance and high speed. It can be used on parts that can bear radial load or combined load acting both radial and axial. It can also be used on parts that bear axial load, such as motors, Automotive and tractor gearboxes, machine tool gearboxes and electric tools etc.
Angular Contact Ball Bearing
Angular contact bearings are designed to be perceived as radial loads, i.e. loads acting perpendicular to the shaft axis fixed in bearings, and loads acting along the shaft axis in one or two directions. A wide series is designed for the main spindles of machines, pumps, centrifugal separators, front wheels of small cars, differential gear shafts, drilling platforms etc.
Thrust Ball Bearing
Thrust ball bearings are designed to withstand thrust loads during high-speed operation, and are composed of washer-shaped rings with ball rolling raceway. Since the ring is in the shape of a washer, thrust ball bearings are divided into two types, flat base washer type and self-aligning washer type. In addition, this kind of bearing can bear axial load, but cannot bear radial load.
Self-aligning Ball Bearing
This bearing is self-aligning and is not affected by misalignment of the shaft relative to the bearing housing. It is especially suitable for bearing applications that may produce considerable shaft deflection or misalignment. Self-aligning ball bearings have the lowest friction among all rolling bearings, so that they can maintain a low temperature even at high speeds.
Tapered Roller Bearing
Tapered roller bearings are commonly used for moderate speed, heavy duty applications where durability is required. Some applications are in agriculture, construction and mining equipment, sports robot combat, axle systems, gear box, engine motors and reducers, propeller shaft, railroad axle-box, differential, wind turbines, etc.
Spherical Roller Bearing
Spherical bearings are used in countless industrial applications, Some application areas are gearboxes, wind turbines, continuous casting machines, material handling, pumps, mechanical fans and blowers, mining and construction equipment, pulp and paper processing equipment, marine propulsion and offshore drilling, off-road vehicles,etc.
Cylindrical Roller Bearing
Cylindrical rollers and raceways are linear contact bearings, with large load capacity, mainly bearing radial loads. The friction between the rolling element and the ring flange is small, which is suitable for high-speed rotation. According to whether the ring has any edge, it can be divided into NU, NJ, NUP, N, NF and other single-row bearings, and NNU, NN and other double-row bearings.The bearing has a separable inner and outer ring structure. Cylindrical roller bearings with no ribs on the inner or outer ring, the inner and outer rings can move relative to the axial direction, so they can be used as free-end bearings. Cylindrical roller bearings with double ribs on one side of the inner and outer rings and a single rib on the other side can bear axial loads in one direction to a certain degree. Steel stamped cages or copper alloy car cages are generally used. However, some use polyamide molding cages.
Thrust Roller Bearing
Thrust roller bearings are used to bear the combined axial and radial load, with the axial load as a major, but the radial load shall not exceed 55% of the axial load. Compared with other thrust roller bearings, this type of bearing has a lower friction factor, a higher speed, and self-aligning performance.
Needle Roller Bearing
Needle roller bearings are roller bearings with cylindrical rollers. Relative to its diameter, the rollers are both thin and long. This kind of roller is called a needle roller. Despite the small cross-section, the bearing still has a high load bearing capacity. The needle roller bearing is equipped with thin and long rollers, so the radial structure is compact.
Thin Section Ball Bearing
Space-saving and light weight solutions engineered for precise fit, smooth rotation, and reliability. Thin section and torque tube ball bearings are designed for applications with space and weight constraints and relatively light load requirements, and when high accuracy, high stiffness (less deflection), and low friction are required.
Slewing bearings are large diameter bearings that can withstand combined loads. Slewing bearings can carry axial load, radial load and torque at the same time. These typically include mounting holes, internal or external gears, lubrication holes, and seal fasteners. They are used in the following industries: metallurgy, mining, oil, chemical, light industry, aviation, ship and port cranes, military industry, etc.
Pillow Block Bearing
Pillow block bearings is pedestal mounting bearing housings and consist of a mounting block which houses a bearing. The block is fixed to a base and a shaft is inserted which lets the inner part to rotate. To obtain a tight fit, the inside of the bearing is usually a little bit bigger than the shaft and set screws or locking collars can be used to secure the shaft.