Taper Roller Bearing
Tapered Roller Bearings are composed of an inner ring, outer ring, and sharp rolling elements. Thanks to the geometry of their design, tapered roller bearings can withstand combined loads (axial and radial). In addition, this design allows rolling movement without the rollers slipping off the tracks of the outer and inner rings. The contact angle of the tapered roller bearings on the rolling tracks is variable. Each case offsets the application axial and radial loading ratio; at a larger hook, a more remarkable ability to withstand axial loads. The power of a tapered roller bearing to accommodate angular misalignment of the inner ring about the outer ring is limited to a few minutes of arc. As with other roller bearings, tapered roller bearings must be given a minimum load, especially in high-speed applications where inertial forces and friction can damage the rollers and the raceway.
Features of Tapered roller bearings
For the Taper Roller Bearing, the code is 30000. Its structure is separable. Generally, its outer ring and inner components are exchangeable worldwide as long as the size has been mentioned in the Rolling bearings-Radial bearings-Tolerances.
The Taper Roller Bearing is mainly used to support combined load, primarily radial load. Compared with the Angular Contact Ball Bearing, it has a higher load-carrying capacity and lower limit speed. The Taper Roller Bearing can bear the unidirectional axial load and allows the shaft or housing to displace in only one direction along the axis.
Classification of tapered roller bearings
Our Taper Roller Bearings are available in both metric and imperial systems. According to the number of rows installed, this type of bearing is divided into single-row, double-row, and four-row tapered roller bearings.