Tapered roller bearing

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Tapered roller bearings have tapered raceways in the inner and outer rings, and tapered rollers are installed between the raceways. If the tapered surface is extended, it will eventually converge at one point on the bearing axis. Tapered roller bearings are mainly used to bear radial and axial combined loads dominated by radial loads. The axial load carrying capacity of the bearing is determined by the contact angle, and the larger the antennae, the greater the axial load carrying capacity. Tapered roller bearings are separable bearings with rollers and cages in the inner ring forming an inner assembly, which can be mounted separately from the outer ring. This type of bearing limits the axial displacement of one side of the shaft or housing and does not allow the shaft to tilt relative to the housing bore. Under the action of radial load, additional axial force will be generated, therefore, generally in the two supports of the bearing, the outer ring and the inner ring of the bearing should be installed relative to each end face.

Main uses:

Automobile front wheels, rear wheels, transmissions, differentials, pinion shafts, machine tool spindles, construction machinery, large agricultural machinery, railway vehicle gear reducer device, rolling mill roll neck small deceleration device.