Propel performance with SKF
While individual SKF bearings and seals can reduce friction and emissions, modular system solutions result in greater emission reduction.
Input shaft seals
The input shaft of a transmission typically has the highest speeds of any shaft in the drive-line of a conventional transmission
Tapered roller bearings
Optimized design reduces friction by up to 30%
Deep groove ball bearings
Simple design that delivers robust, high-speed performance
Cylindrical roller bearings
Optimized for greater operational reliability and insensitivity to misalignment
Helps ensure accurate, stable position in high power density gearboxes
Locating bearing carriers
Maintain precise gear-mesh in light alloy-cased gearboxes
Centre support bearing carriers
Maintain precise gear-mesh in light alloy-cased longitudinal gearboxes
Maximize performance and minimize costs
Driveline angular contact ball bearings
Longer service life and running accuracy with less noise and vibration
SKF Hybrid Pinion Units
Stiff support to achieve stable pinion shaft position with low power loss
Ball pinion units
Low friction, improved dynamic capacity and bearing stiffness
High precision tapered ring with increased number of friction surfaces
Port seals provide a sealed port for transferring pressurized fluid between mating housings
Magnetic trigger wheels
SKF is an established supplier of magnetic trigger wheels in the automotive industry.
Bonded piston seals
SKF bonded pistons feature pressure activated sealing lips that flex under pressure to retain the fluid and maintain pressure.
Output shaft seals
SKF provides shaft seals for the output shafts of all types of drive-line units.
Transmission front covers
SKF has developed an economical module using assembled static and dynamic sealing elements.
Sealed deep groove ball bearing for drivelines
A new seal for deep groove ball bearings allows significant lower friction and better sealing performance in automotive driveline applications