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Rolling Bearings: Track Runner Bearing types

Rolling Bearings: Track Runner Bearing types

Support Rollers

    Without an Axial Guidance

    • with or without contact seals
      • without an inner ring
      • with an inner ring
      • Support roller, without an axial guidance, with an inner ring

    With an Axial Guidance by Thrust Washers

    • with or without contact seals
      • with a cage-guided needle roller set
      • Support roller with an axial guidance by thrust washers, with contact seals, with a cage-guided needle roller set

      • with a full complement needle roller set

    With an Axial Guidance by Cylindrical Rollers

    • with labyrinth seals
    • Support roller with an axial guidance by cylindrical rollers, with labyrinth seals Support roller with an axial guidance by cylindrical rollers, with labyrinth seals

    • with contact seals
    • Support roller with an axial guidance by cylindrical rollers, with contact seals

    • with lamellar seals


Deep groove ball bearings | Y-bearings | Angular contact ball bearings | Self-aligning ball bearings | Cylindrical roller bearings | Full complement cylindrical roller bearings | Needle roller bearings | Tapered roller bearings | Spherical roller bearings | CARB toroidal bearings | Thrust ball bearings | Angular contact thrust ball bearings | Cylindrical roller thrust bearings | Needle roller thrust bearings | Tapered roller thrust bearings | Spherical roller thrust bearings | Cam rollers | Support rollers | Cam followers
Principles of bearing selection and application | Bearing terminology | Bearing types | Selection of bearing type | Available space | Loads | Misalignment | Precision | Speed | Quiet running | Stiffness | Axial displacement | Mounting and dismounting | Integral seals