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Radial bearings

Radial bearings accommodate loads that are predominantly perpendicular to the shaft. The bearings are typically classified by the type of rolling element and shape of the raceways.
Deep groove ball bearings
single row (→ Single row deep groove ball bearings )
  • open basic design (fig. 1)
  • with shields
  • with contact seals (fig. 2)
  • with a snap ring groove, with or without a snap ring

single row, stainless steel
(→ Stainless steel deep groove ball bearings )
  • open basic design (fig. 1)
  • with shields
  • with seals (fig. 2)

single row, with filling slots (→ Deep groove ball bearings with filling slots )
  • open basic design (fig. 3)
  • with shields
  • with a snap ring groove, with or without a snap ring

double row (→ Double row deep groove ball bearings ) ( fig. 4 )

thin section bearings  (For additional information, contact the SKF application engineering service.)
  • open basic design (fig. 5)
  • with contact seals
Y-bearings (insert bearings)
with grub screws
  • inner ring extended on one side (fig. 6)
  • inner ring extended on both sides (fig. 7)

with an eccentric locking collar
  • inner ring extended on one side (fig. 8)
  • inner ring extended on both sides (fig. 9)

with a tapered bore
  • inner ring extended on both sides for adapter sleeve mounting (fig. 10)

with a standard inner ring
  • for locating by interference fit on the shaft (fig. 11)

For additional information, refer to Y-bearings .
Angular contact ball bearings
single row (→ Single row angular contact ball bearings )
  • basic design for single mounting
    • open (fig. 12) or with non-contact seals
  • design for universal matching

super-precision single row (→ Super-precision angular contact ball bearings )
  • high-speed designs
    • open or with non-contact seals (fig. 13)
  • high-capacity design
    • open or with non-contact seals

double row (→ Double row angular contact ball bearings )
  • with a one-piece inner ring (fig. 14)
    • open basic design 
    • with shields
    • with contact seals
  • with a two-piece inner ring

four-point contact ball bearings (→ Four-point contact ball bearings ) ( fig. 15 )
Self-aligning ball bearings
with a cylindrical or tapered bore
with an extended inner ring ( fig. 18 )

For additional information, refer to Self-aligning ball bearings .
Cylindrical roller bearings
single row (→ Single row cylindrical roller bearings )
high capacity
  • NCF design (fig. 23)
  • NJF design
  • NUH design

double row (→ Double row cylindrical roller bearings )
  • with a cylindrical or tapered bore

four-row (→ Multi-row cylindrical roller bearings )
  • with a cylindrical or tapered bore
    • open design (fig. 26)
    • with contact seals

single row, full complement (→ Single row full complement cylindrical roller bearings )
double row, full complement (→ Double row full complement cylindrical roller bearings )
  • with integral flanges on the inner ring (fig. 29)
  • with integral flanges on the inner ring and outer rings
Needle roller bearings
needle roller and cage assemblies (→ Needle roller and cage assemblies )
drawn cup needle roller bearings, open ends (→ Drawn cup needle roller bearings )
  • single and double row

drawn cup needle roller bearings, closed end (→ Drawn cup needle roller bearings )
  • single and double row

needle roller bearings with flanges (→ Needle roller bearings with machined rings )
  • single and double row
    • without an inner ring (fig. 37)
    • with an inner ring
      • open basic design
      • with contact seals (fig. 38)

needle roller bearings without flanges (→ Needle roller bearings with machined rings )
  • single and double row

alignment needle roller bearings (→ Alignment needle roller bearings )
  • without an inner ring
  • with an inner ring (fig. 41)

combined needle roller bearings (→ Combined needle roller bearings )
  • needle roller / angular contact ball bearings
  • needle roller / thrust ball bearings
    • with a full complement ball bearing (fig. 44)
    • with a cage-guided ball set
      • with or without (fig. 45) a cover
  • needle roller / cylindrical roller thrust bearing
Tapered roller bearings
single row (→ Single row tapered roller bearings and Paired single row tapered roller bearings )
  • single bearing (fig. 48)
  • matched bearing sets
    • face-to-face (fig. 49)
    • back-to-back
    • tandem

double row
(→ Double row tapered roller bearings )
  • TDO configuration (back-to-back) (fig. 50)
  • TDI configuration (face-to-face) (fig. 51)

four-row (→ Four-row tapered roller bearings )
  • TQO configuration
    • open design (fig. 52)
    • with contact seals
  • TQI configuration
Spherical roller bearings
with a cylindrical or tapered bore
  • open basic designs (fig. 53)
  • with contact seals (fig. 54)
  • for vibratory applications

For additional information, refer to Spherical roller bearings.

CARB toroidal roller bearings
with a cylindrical or tapered bore
  • with a cage-guided roller set ( fig. 55 )
  • with a full complement roller set
For additional information, refer to CARB toroidal roller bearings .
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