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Deepgroove Ball Bearing

Self Aligning Ball Bearings

The purpose of a ball bearing is to reduce rotational friction and support radial and axial loads. It achieves this by using at least two races to contain the balls and transmit the loads through the balls. Usually one of the races is held fixed.the ball bearing is the least expensive, primarily because of the low cost of producing the balls used in the bearing.

Self-aligning ball bearings are constructed with the inner ring and ball assembly contained within an outer ring that has a spherical raceway. This construction allows the bearing to tolerate a small angular misalignment resulting from deflection or improper mounting.

Angular Contact Bearing

Cylindrical Roller Bearings
An axial load passes in a straight line through the bearing, whereas a radial load takes an oblique path that tends to want to separate the races axially. So the angle of contact on the inner race is the same as that on the outer race. Angular contact bearings better support "combined loads" (loading in both the radial and axial directions) and the contact angle of the bearing should be matched to the relative proportions of each.

Common roller bearings use cylinders of slightly greater length than diameter. Roller bearings typically have higher radial load capacity than ball bearings, but a low axial capacity and higher friction under axial loads. If the inner and outer races are misaligned, the bearing capacity often drops quickly compared to either a ball bearing or a spherical roller bearing.

Needle Roller Bearings

Spherical Roller Bearing
Needle roller bearings use very long and thin cylinders. Often the ends of the rollers taper to points, and these are used to keep the rollers captive, or they may be hemispherical and not captive but held by the shaft itself or a similar arrangement. Since the rollers are thin, the outside diameter of the bearing is only slightly larger than the hole in the middle.
Spherical roller bearings use rollers that are thicker in the middle and thinner at the ends. However, spherical rollers are difficult to produce and thus expensive, and the bearings have higher friction than a comparable ball bearing since different parts of the spherical rollers run at different speeds on the rounded race and thus there are opposing forces along the bearing/race contact.

Tapered Roller Bearings

Thrust Ball Bearings
Most roller bearings only take radial loads, but tapered roller bearings support both radial and axial loads, and generally can carry higher loads than ball bearings due to greater contact area. Taper roller bearings are used, for example, as the wheel bearings of most cars, trucks, buses, and so on. Additionally under heavy loads the tapered roller is like a wedge and bearing loads tend to try to eject the roller.
Thrust bearings are used to support axial loads, such as vertical shafts. Spherical, conical or cylindrical rollers are used; and non rolling element bearings such as hydrostatic or magnetic bearings see some use where particularly heavy loads or low friction is needed.

Cylindrical Roller Trust Bearings

Needle Roller Thrust Bearings
Ball or rollers are used to prevent or minimise rubbing.Rolling coefficient of friction with steel can be ~0.005 (adding resistance due to seals, packed grease, preload and misalignment can increase friction to as much as 0.125).Good, but some slack is usually present.Moderate to high (often requires cooling).Moderate to high (depends on lubrication, often requires maintenance).
which uses small cylindrical rollers. They are used to reduce friction of a rotating surface. Needle bearings have a large surface area that is in contact with the bearing outer surfaces compared to ball bearings.Additionally there is less added clearance (difference between the diameter of the shaft and the diameter of the bearing) so they are much more compact. The typical structure consists of an inner race.

Pillow Block Bearings

Flange Bearings
A pillow block, also known as a plummer block[1] or bearing housing, is a mounted plain or roller bearing used to provide support for a rotating shaft with the mounting surface on a parallel line with the axis of the shaft. Housing material for a pillow block bearing is typically made of cast iron or pressed steel. Pillow block bearings are extensively used in conveyor systems such as tube chain conveyors. Most pillow block bearings are self-lubricating.
A particularly common kind of rolling-element bearing is the ball bearing.The groove is usually shaped so the ball is a slightly loose fit in the groove. Thus, in principle, the ball contacts each race at a single point. However, a load on an infinitely small point would cause infinitely high contact pressure. In practice, the ball deforms (flattens) slightly where it contacts each race, much as a tire flattens where it touches the road.

Takeup Unit

Needle Bearings
A conveyor system is a common piece of mechanical handling equipment that moves materials from one location to another. Conveyors are especially useful in applications involving the transportation of heavy or bulky materials. Conveyor systems allow quick and efficient transportation for a wide variety of materials, which make them very popular in the material handling and packaging industries.
Needle bearings have a large surface area that is in contact with the bearing outer surfaces compared to ball bearings. Additionally there is less added clearance (difference between the diameter of the shaft and the diameter of the bearing) so they are much more compact.a needle cage which orients and contains the needle rollers, the needle rollers themselves, and an outer race.

Rodend Bearings

A rod end bearing, also known as a heim joint (N. America) or rose joint (U.K. and elsewhere), is a mechanical articulating joint. Such joints are used on the ends of control rods, steering links, tie rods, or anywhere a precision articulating joint is required. A ball swivel with an opening through which a bolt or other attaching hardware may pass is pressed into a circular casing with a threaded shaft attached. The threaded portion may be either male or female.  

 

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