Tapered roller bearings are manufactured to handle both radial and thrust forces on the rotating shafts and housing of machine tools. These bearings are separable type bearings which inner components (consists of rollers, cage, and inner ring) can be separated from the outer ring. Therefore, it can be very easily installed onto the journal and bearing housing.
Tapered roller bearings feature a cup and cone assembly. The cup is comprised of the outer ring, and the cone assembly consists of the inner ring, rollers, and cage. This bearing construction accommodates combined loads and provides low friction during operation. By adjusting one single row tapered roller bearing against a second tapered roller bearing and applying a preload, a rigid bearing application can be achieved.
- Dimensional Stability
- Long Life Even In Contaminated Lubricant
- Durable Steel Cage
- Dimensionally Interchangeable With Other Bearing Manufacturers
Tapered roller bearings are used for heavy-duty, moderate speed applications including:
- Agriculture, Construction and Mining Equipment
- Various Axle Systems
- Conveyance Vehicles
- Gear Box, Engine Motors, Reducers
With such a wide variety on offer, our tapered roller can be customisable to match your specific speed, load, contamination, temperature or vibration conditions.
If you need help in selecting the best products for your particular application, please remember that design engineering and application assistance are available from Chain & Drives as part of our value-added services designed to make your job easier.