High precision bearing
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angular contact ball bearings
thrust ball bearings
We offers a large selection of high-precision bearings with grade class of P5, P4, P2. . It covers shaft diameters from 30 to 500 mm which mainly is use in machine-tool application and other arrangements .
Cylindrical roller bearings
We produces high-precision single row and double row in three different designs and series. The characteristic features of these bearings are a low cross sectional height, high load carrying capacity, high rigidity and high-speed capability. They are therefore particularly well suited for machine tool spindles where the bearing arrangement must accommodate heavy radial loads and high speeds, while providing a high degree of stiffness.
Angular contact ball bearings
Single row high-precision angular contact ball bearings are non-separable . In addition to radial loads, these bearings can also accommodate axial loads in one direction. Angular contact ball bearings are always adjusted against a second bearing or used in sets.
High-precision angular contact ball bearings can also be supplied as complete bearing sets, made up of two, three or four bearings.
Back-to-back bearing arrangements
Face-to-face bearing arrangements
Tandem bearing arrangements
Other bearing arrangements with three or four bearing
Taperd roller bearings
Compaire ball bearings carry more axial loads and operate lower speed.
Tapered roller bearings are generally separable, make it possible for simple mounting.
We can provide the paired taperd roller bearings of determined clearance, .
Including thrust ball bearings and, they are suitable for arrangements that have to support heavy axial loads and rotate in low speed. Furthermore, thrust roller bearings are relatively insensitive to shock loads, are very stiff and require little axial space.
Single direction bearings can accommodate axial loads in one direction and thus locate a shaft axially in one direction. Double direction bearings can accommodate axial loads acting in both directions. They must not be subjected to radial load.
Angular contact thrust ball bearings for screw drives
Screw drive bearings are of a high degree of stiffnes and may also have to accommodate high accelerations and high speeds. These are single or double direction angular contact thrust ball bearings that are available in numerous designs and sizes.