National Precision Bearing, 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
Drawn Cup Needle Rollers Drawn cup needle roller bearings are complete bearing units consisting of a thin-walled, drawn outer cup and a needle roller, available in full complement or cage...
Manufactured similarly to the drawn cup bearings, roller clutches utilize the same low profile sectional height. The units are compact, light weight and operate directly on a hardened shaft. Proper...
When high axial load capacities are needed and envelope space is minimal, needle thrust bearings are an option. These bearings consist of a stamped or machined cage and rollers. The...
When the application requires high static, dynamic or shock loads heavy duty needle rollers are ideal. Machined or Heavy Duty Type needle rollers are bearings with a relatively low sectional...