Angular Contact Ball Bearings
Due to having contact angles, the angular contact ball bearing is suitable for applications demanding high accuracy and high rotational speed and is capable of withstanding combined radial and axial loads.
Cylindrical Roller Bearings
Cylindrical roller bearings have line contact between the rollers and raceway, therefore radial load capability is high, making this bearing superior in regards to its ability to withstand heavy loads and impact loads. Moreover, mounting and removing is easy due to the inner ring and outer ring being separable.
Deep Groove Ball Bearings
With its wide dimensional scope, the deep groove ball bearing is the most commonly used rolling bearing and is capable of simultaneously receiving a radial load and bidirectional axial load to a certain extent.
Needle Roller Bearings
Needle roller bearings have a small cross-sectional height therefore contribute to keeping the overall machine lightweight and compact. As such, they are used across a broad scope, including cars, motorcycles, electric machinery, machine tools, aerospace devices, office equipment and other industrial machinery.
Self-Aligning Ball Bearings
The center of curvature of the spherical outer ring raceway matches the bearing center, which maintains rotation even when the inner ring, balls and cage are tilted with respect to the outer ring to some extent. Accordingly, they are suitable for applications which involve misalignment between the axis and housing centers, axis deflection, etc. Using an adapter facilitates the mounting of a tapered bore bearing on the axis.