As track rollers are not supported in a housing, the outer rings deform, leading to an altered load distribution and bending stresses in the outer ring.
The basic load ratings listed in the product tables take into account the altered load distribution, while the maximum permissible radial loads Fr max (→ product tables) are based on the bending stresses.
Permissible static load is the lower value of F0r max and C0 (→ product tables).
Where requirements for smooth running are below normal, the static load may exceed C0, but should never exceed the maximum permissible static radial load F0r max.
|Axial loads||Support rollers are intended for radial loads. However, support rollers with flange rings can generally accommodate axial loads that can occur due to skew or tilting. The magnitude of permissible load depends on the internal design.|
For additional information → Requisite minimum load
|Frm = 0,0167 C0
|Equivalent dynamic bearing load
For additional information → Equivalent dynamic bearing load
|P = Fr|
|Equivalent static bearing load
For additional information → Equivalent static bearing load
|P0 = Fr|
|C0||basic static load rating [kN] (→ product tables)|
|Fr||radial load [kN]|
|Fr max||maximum permissible dynamic radial load [kN] (→ product tables)|
||maximum permissible static radial load [kN] (→ product tables)|
|Frm||minimum radial load [kN]|
|P||equivalent dynamic bearing load [kN]|
|P0||equivalent static bearing load [kN]|