Thrust Roller Bearing
Thrust Roller Bearing Manufacturer
ABO Thrust Roller Bearings are available with cylindrical or spherical rollers. Thrust bearings sustain only axial loads, but have high axial rigidity which 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. Machined brass cage with the E-type offered are standard with a pressed cage for high load capacity.
Product 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
ABO’s range of Thrust Roller Bearings include: thrust needle roller bearing, spherical thrust roller bearings and more.
Roller thrust bearings carry pure thrust, or axial, loads with little or no radial forces. They use barrel-shaped rolling elements to carry single- or double-direction thrust loads. These rollers have a length perpendicular to the shaft and have different shapes that affect the bearing’s efficiency. The two rings on roller thrust bearings, called washers, are also configured with different shapes and designs. They can be flat, grooved, tapered, concave, convex, or grooved. There are several different types of roller thrust bearings. Cylindrical roller thrust bearings contain slightly crowned rollers that work well in one-direction thrust applications. Needle roller thrust bearings contain long, thin cylindrical rollers in a spoke-like configuration. Tapered roller thrust bearings contain conical rollers for single- or double-direction thrust loads. A tapered raceway matches each side of the rollers for smooth rolling motion. Spherical roller thrust bearings contain contoured rollers arranged in a steep, angular position. Spherical roller thrust bearings are self-aligning and capable of accommodating shaft misalignment.
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