SKF/North America 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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Alignment needle roller bearings have an outer ring with a convex sphered outside surface. Two polymer seat rings with a concave sphered inside surface that is encased in a drawn...
Backing bearings have been specially developed for cold rolling mills of the cluster type, but can also be used for other applications, e.g. straightening or bending machines. Backing bearings are...
SKF cam followers have an internal design very similar to that of a needle or cylindrical roller bearing. They are characterized by a thick walled outer ring that enables them...
The CARB toroidal roller bearing is a completely new type of radial roller bearing (fig 1). This compact self-aligning roller bearing was developed by SKF and introduced on the market...
Where appropriate, modified adapter sleeves of the E, L and TL designs are available for CARB bearings, to prevent the locking device from chafing the adjacent cage.

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