thrust-roller-bearings FAQS

QWhat's Thrust Roller Bearings

AThrust Roller Bearings are available with cylindrical or spherical rollers. These bearings sustain only axial loads, but have high axial rigidity and are suitable for heavy loads. They contain convex rollers, have a self-aligning capability and are free of any influence of shaft deflection or mounting error. Standard cages are machined brass, where the E-type offers a pressed cage for high load capacity.

QWhat's the feature and benefits of thurst roller bearings

AProduct Features and Benefits: High axial load carrying capacity High quality steel - ultra clean steel to extend bearing life up to 80% Spherical thrust bearings can accommodate misalignment High capacity E design available.

QWhat's types of Thrust Roller Bearings

ASpherical Thrust Roller Bearings These bearings have a spherical raceway in the housing washer and barrel-shaped rollers obliquely arranged around it. Taper Thrust Roller Bearings Needle Thrust Roller Bearings Used in automotive applications such as integrated races for compressors, power train, and torque converters

QWhat's the feature of NUP type cylindrical bearing

ACylindrical bearing type NUP has a double ribbed outer ring and a single-ribbed inner ring with an abutting loose rib, which allows the bearing to provide axial location and to carry light thrust loads in both directions. Factors governing radial and thrust load capacities are the same for type NJ. Design Attributes Design features an outer ring with two integral ribs and an inner ring with a single rib. Features an abutting loose rib. Carries light thrust loads in both directions. Provides axial location. May be used with RN or RU bearing to accommodate axial expansion/contraction.