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Deep groove ball bearings

Deep groove ball bearings are versatile, self-retaining bearings with solid outer rings, inner rings and ball and cage assemblies. These products are of simple design, durable in operation and easy to maintain; they are available in single and double row designs and and in open and sealed variants. Due to the production technology used, open bearings can still have turned recesses on the outer ring for seals or shields.

Due to their low frictional torque, they are suitable for high speeds.

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Angular contact ball bearings

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Spindle bearings

Spindle bearings are single row angular contact ball bearings comprising solid inner and outer rings and ball and cage assemblies with solid window cages. They cannot be dismantled. The bearings are available in open and sealed versions.

Spindle bearings have restricted tolerances. They are particularly suitable for bearing arrangements with very high requirements for guidance accuracy and speed capacity. They have proved highly suitable for the bearing arrangements of spindles in machine tools.

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Four point contact bearings

Four point contact bearings are single row angular contact ball bearings and therefore require significantly less space in an axial direction than double row designs.

The bearings comprise solid outer rings, split inner rings and ball and cage assemblies with brass or polyamide cages. Due to the two-piece inner rings, a large number of balls can be accommodated. The halves of the inner ring are matched to the specific bearing and must not be interchanged with those of bearings of the same size. The outer ring with the ball and cage assembly can be fitted separately from the halves of the inner ring.

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Thin section bearings

Thin section bearings have high precision, are very quiet and have high load carrying capacity. These ball bearings are available in three different designs and have an extremely small, predominantly square cross-section. Within each series, the cross-section remains constant even for larger shaft diameters and housing bores. The bearings are therefore also described as Constant Section (CS). This special feature distinguishes thin section bearings from conventional bearings as standardised in ISO series.

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Self-aligning ball bearings

Self-aligning ball bearings are double row, self-retaining units comprising solid outer rings with a concave raceway, inner rings with a cylindrical or tapered bore and ball and cage assemblies. The bearings are available in open and sealed versions.

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Ball roller bearings

We’ve slimmed the ball down. What is the streamlined ball roller capable of?

The ball roller bearing, a new and promising rolling bearing series, has been developed 100 years after the invention of the ball bearing and 50 years after volume production readiness of the needle roller bearing.

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Cylindrical roller bearings

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Tapered roller bearings

Tapered roller bearings comprise solid inner and outer rings with tapered raceways and tapered rollers with cages. The bearings are not self-retaining. As a result, the inner ring together with the rollers and cage can be fitted separately from the outer ring. Tapered roller bearings can support axial loads from one direction as well as high radial loads. They must normally be axially adjusted against a second bearing fitted in a mirror image arrangement.

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Barrel roller bearings

Barrel roller bearings are single row, self-aligning roller bearings. They comprise solid outer rings with a concave raceway, solid inner rings with two ribs and a cylindrical or tapered bore and barrel rollers with cages. The bearings cannot be dismantled.

Barrel roller bearings are particularly suitable where high radial shock type loads occur and misalignments must be compensated, see Compensation of angular misalignments. Their axial load carrying capacity is small.

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Spherical roller bearings

Spherical roller bearings are double row, self-retaining units comprising solid outer rings with a concave raceway, solid inner rings and barrel rollers with cages. The inner rings with cylindrical or tapered bores.

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Needle roller and cage assemblies

Needle roller and cage assemblies are single or double row units comprising cages and needle rollers.

Since their radial section is no greater than the diameter of the needle rollers, needle roller and cage assemblies allow bearing arrangements with a very small radial design envelope to be achieved. They have very high load carrying capacity, are suitable for high speeds and can be easily fitted.

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Drawn cup needle roller bearings with open ends/closed ends

Drawn cup needle roller bearings with open ends and with closed end are units comprising thin-walled drawn outer rings and needle roller and cage assemblies. Drawn cup need roller bearings with open ends are also available in full complement versions. The majority of the bearings are single row designs.

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Machined needle roller bearings

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Drawn cup roller clutches

Drawn cup roller clutches are one-way clutches comprising thin-walled, drawn outer rings with a series of ramps on the inside diameter, plastic cages, springs and needle rollers. They can transmit torques in one direction and are radially compact. The roller clutches are available with and without a bearing assembly.

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Sealing rings

Sealing rings are designed as contact seals. They protect the bearing position against contaminants, spray water and excessive loss of grease.

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Axial deep groove ball bearings

Axial deep groove ball bearings comprise shaft locating washers, housing locating washers and ball and cage assemblies. The bearings are not self-retaining; the ball and cage assembly and bearing washers can therefore be fitted independently of each other.

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Axial angular contact ball bearings

Double direction axial angular contact ball bearings are non self-retaining precision bearings with restricted tolerances to class SP. They comprise solid shaft locating washers, spacer rings, housing locating washers and ball and cage assemblies with solid brass cages. The parts of the bearings are matched to each other and can be fitted independently of each other; they must not be interchanged with those of bearings of the same size.

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Axial cylindrical roller bearings / Axial cylindrical roller and cage assemblies / Axial bearing washers

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Axial needle roller and cage assemblies / Axial bearing washer / Axial needle roller bearings

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Axial spherical roller bearings

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Crossed roller bearings

Crossed roller bearings are bearings for precision applications that correspond in their dimensions to ISO dimension series 18 in accordance with DIN 616. They comprise outer rings, inner rings, rolling elements and plastic spacers. The outer ring is split and is held together by three retaining rings.

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Slewing rings

INA slewing rings are known worldwide as premium products in the field of rolling bearing technology. These machine elements have proved themselves many times over, have high load carrying capacity, a versatile range of applications and are highly cost-effective. Due to their design, a single bearing can reliably support radial, axial and tilting moment loads. It is therefore possible in many cases to replace bearing arrangements comprising a combination of radial and axial bearings by a single bearing. This reduces, in some cases considerably, the costs and work required in the design of the adjacent construction and the fitting of bearings.

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Track rollers

 

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Bearings for screw drives

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Rotary table bearings

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Radial insert ball bearings / Housing units / Roller chain idler sprocket units idler pulley units

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Bearing housings

FAG housings and the associated bearings form bearing arrangement units that have proved themselves in machinery, plant and other equipment.

FAG bearing housings are predominantly made from flake graphite cast iron. Housings made from cast steel and spheroidal graphite cast iron can be supplied by agreement.

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ELGES spherical plain bearings, rod ends

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Permaglide®

Permaglide® plain bearings are bearings for very small radial or axial design envelopes. These products are available as bushes, flanged bushes, thrust washers and strips and in two groups of materials. The bushes are available not only in metric sizes but also in inch sizes.

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