IKO International, Inc. Datasheets for Roller Bearings

Roller bearings are used in rotary applications to replace sliding movement with low friction, rolling motion. The principal types of roller bearings are cylindrical, spherical, and tapered.
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Product Name Notes
Full Complement Caged Roller Bearings -- NAG Caged roller bearings are designed for high speeds and variable loads. Due to the axial distance between double rollers, large moment loads are supported. Optional synthetic rubber seals prevent dust...
High Rigidity Crossed Roller Bearings -- CRBH High rigidity crossed roller bearings feature solid, one-piece construction for high accuracy. Inseparable design integrates inner and outer ring into one structure for high rigidity. Smooth rotation ensured by separators...
Mounting Holed Type, High Rigidity Crossed Roller Bearings -- CRBF Mounting holed type, high rigidity crossed roller bearings feature mounting holes on both inner and outer rings for easy installation. Inseparable design integrates inner and outer ring into one structure...
Roller Bearing For Sheaves -- NAS Roller bearings for sheaves feature a double-row, full complement design with a low sectional height ideal for use in sheaves. Two styles available - sealed and shielded. Both styles withstand...
Slim Crossed Roller Bearings -- CRBS Slim crossed roller bearings feature a small outside diameter compared to the inside diameter, plus a narrow width. Shaft diameters range from 50 to 200 mm. Available in caged, separator...
Standard Crossed Roller Bearings -- CRBC Standard crossed roller bearings feature a two-piece outer ring, bolted together to prevent separation during transport and installation. Shaft diameters range from 30 to 250 mm. Available in caged and...
Super Slim Crossed Roller Bearings -- CRBT Super slim crossed roller bearings feature an extremely compact design, just 5.5 mm high and 5 mm wide. Separators are incorporated between cylindrical rollers provide smooth rotation. Lightweight and compact...