RS Components, Ltd. 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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FAG by Schaeffler tapered roller bearings feature a high radial and axial load carrying capacity and a large usable speed range. They are efficient at supporting forces and ensure a...
FAG from Schaeffler spherical roller bearings have a special rolling bearing design whose inner ring runs inside the outer ring on two rows of rollers. The bearings have an angular...
INA from Schaeffler bearings have solid outer and inner rings and rib-guided cylindrical rollers. Since these bearings have the largest possible number of rolling elements, they have high radial load...
INA from Schaeffler drawn cup needle roller bearings with open ends and closed ends are bearings with a small radial section height. They comprise thin-walled, drawn cup outer rings and...
INA from Schaeffler drawn cup roller clutches are one-way clutches comprising thin‑walled, drawn outer rings with a series of ramps on the inside diameter. There are also plastic cages, pressure...
Single row, roller taper bearings suitable for heavy radial loads and axial loads in a single direction. Usually mounted in pairs they are used in a variety of applications including,...
Single-row taper roller bearings can only take axial loads in one direction. The forces generated in the bearing by radial loads, and the force acting axially, must be offset by...
Single-row tapered roller bearings. Axial loads can only be accommodated in one direction. The forces generated in the bearing by radial loads, and the force acting axially, must be offset...
SKF Spherical Roller Bearings offer an attractive combination of design features, which make them irreplaceable in many demanding applications. Self-aligning - allows misalignment between shaft and housing without increase of...
These bearings are the most basic and most widely used type of tapered roller bearings. They consist of two main separable parts, the cone (inner ring) assembly and the cup...

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