RS Components, Ltd. Datasheets for Thrust Bearings

Thrust bearings are comprised of components which support axial loads, and little to no radial loads. Types include tapered, cylindrical, spherical, and needle roller thrust bearings, thrust ball bearings, fluid-film thrust bearings, and magnetic thrust bearings.
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Acetal races with carbon steel balls. The excellent mechanical properties of acetal resins include fatigue resistance, low friction and wear, high stiffness, strength and hardness plus good dimensional stability. Applications...
Axial needle roller bearings should preferably be guarded on to the shaft. Space saving can be achieved if the faces of the adjacent parts are designed as raceways, so that...
Cylindrical roller thrust bearings are suitable for arrangements that have to support heavy axial loads. They are relatively insensitive to shock loads, are very stiff and require little axial space.
FAG from Schaeffler axial deep groove ball bearings comprise of shaft locating washers, housing locating washers and ball and cage assemblies. The bearings are not self-retaining, the ball and cage...
SKF needle roller thrust bearings can support heavy axial loads, are insensitive to shock loads and provide stiff bearing arrangements which require a minimum of axial space. Single direction bearings...
Thrust bearings suitable for unidirectional axial loads, supplied as three-part assemblies comprising of two grooved outer raceways and a caged ball set. These bearings are not suitable for radial loads.,Typical...
Thrust bearings suitable for unidirectional axial loads, supplied as three-part assemblies comprising two grooved outer raceways and a caged ball set. These bearings are not suitable for radial loads.,Typical applications...