13 angular contact bearings are designed for radial and axial loads. Single row bearings allow high thrust capacity in one direction and some styles can be duplex mounted in sets to maximize performance. Smaller contact angles are suitable for applications with higher RPM's.
30 angular contact bearings are designed for heavy radial and axial loads. Double row bearings accommodate thrust in both directions and can operate at temperatures over 250 F. Available in open bearing, shielded and double sealed designs.
40 angular contact bearings are superior in heavy radial and axial loads. Single row bearings accommodate thrust in one directions and can operate at temperatures up to 302 F. Available in open bearing, shielded and double sealed designs.
Deep groove ball bearings are single row with a continuous deep groove raceway that enables the bearings to accommodate radial loads and axial loads in both directions. They are suitable for high and very high speed operations and commonly used in gear boxes, pumps and electric motors. They are available sealed or shielded and require little maintenance.
Minature radial ball bearings are ideal for spall apces and low friction applications. They are used in areas where there is low opperating torque and with bore and outside diamater tolerance ranges of +0.0000" to -0.0002".
316 stainless steel radial Ball Bearings have superior corrosion resistance and are best suited for slow speed applications with moderate loads. They are open design, non-magnetic and can be run in liquids or ran dry without lubrication in slower speeds.
Double seal bearings are factory lubricated with oil or grease and designed to retain lubricants while keeping contaminates out. The seal is on each side of the bearing and is located on the outer race making some contact with the inner race.
Double shield refers to two shields, one on each side of the bearing. The shield is located on the outer race does not make contact with the inner race. Ideal for very high speeds, but does not prevent smaller contaminants from entering the bearing. They are more economical than seals.
Round bore bearings are designed for mounting on round shafts.
Radial ball bearings are used for reducing friction or axial loads in a variety of high speed rotary applications. Radial ball bearings are constructed of rolling balls that are held in place by inner and outer rings (raceways) and a cage. Choosing the correct radial ball bearing for your application requires a working knowledge of operational and environmental conditions, load requirements and bearing construction before a selection can be made.