National Precision Bearing, Inc. Datasheets for Thin-section Bearings

Thin-section bearings have small cross-sections with respect to their diameter.
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Product Name Notes
Silverthin Bearing SA Series - Type A
Silverthin Bearing SAA Series - Type A
Silverthin Bearing SB Series - Type A
Silverthin Bearing SC Series - Type A
Silverthin Bearing SD Series - Type A
Silverthin Bearing SF Series - Type A
Silverthin Bearing SG Series - Type A
In applications with axial loads in one direction the A-Type, angular contact ball bearing should be used. This bearing also works well in radial or combined radial-thrust applications. The A-Type...
Silverthin Bearing JSA Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing JSB Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing JSU Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing SA Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing SAA Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing SB Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing SC Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing SD Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing SF Series - Type C
Silverthin Bearing SG Series - Type C
The C-Type, radial contact ball bearing is designed with deep ball grooves to withstand high loads. Although this bearing is used primarily in applications with radial loads, it can withstand...
Silverthin Bearing JSA Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing JSB Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing JSU Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing SA Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing SAA Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing SB Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing SC Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing SD Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing SF Series - Type X
Silverthin Bearing SG Series - Type X
The X-Type, or 4-point contact, ball bearing is ideal for moment loading. X-Type bearings are designed with gothic arch raceways creating 4 contact points between the balls and the raceways.