Cylindrical Roller Thrust Bearing

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Last Modified: 15th Apr 2016

Cylindrical Roller Thrust Bearing

SKF cylindrical roller thrust bearings are suitable for arrangements that have to support heavy axial loads and are relatively insensitive to shock loads. They are very stiff, requiring little axial space. As standard they are available as single direction bearings and can only accommodate axial loads acting in one direction. 

The cylindrical surface of the rollers is slightly relieved towards the ends. The resulting contact profile virtually eliminates damaging edge stresses. The bearings are of separable design; which means that the individual components can be mounted separately.

Supplementary Designation:

HB1 Bainite hardened shaft and housing washers
M Machined brass cage, roller centred
P5 Increased dimensional and running accuracy to ISO tolerance class 5
TN Injection moulded cage of polyamide 66, roller centred

 

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