SKF/North America 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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Cylindrical roller thrust bearings are suitable for arrangements that have to support heavy axial loads. Furthermore, they are relatively insensitive to shock loads, are very stiff and require little axial...
In bearings of the double direction design (fig 2), the upper bearing with the higher load carrying capacity and the smaller bearing which locates in the opposite direction are combined...
Single direction angular contact ball bearings (fig 1) are able to take up axial loads acting in one direction. They are of separable design, i.e. the washers and ball and...
SKF needle roller thrust bearings are fitted with a form-stable cage to reliably guide and retain a large number of needle rollers. The diameter deviations of the rollers within one...

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