Unmounted bearings are offered in a variety of types and styles. These include spherical, ball, cylindrical, radial bearings and thrust bearings. They are all available with a variety of options and clearances.
Radial ball bearings consist of an inner and outer ring with a retainer that contains a number of precision balls. The double row ball radial ball bearing - containing two rows of ball-type rolling elements - takes up less space than two single row ball bearings in tandem. This allows it to handle greater radial loads in a more confined space. The double row is available with a variety of seal, shield and retaining ring styles.
Unmounted bearing assembly consisting of through hardened precision machined inner and outer raceways. They contain either full complement or separated needle rolling elements. Depending on the bearing configuration the retainer can be land or roller riding and available with several sealing option. Machined race needle bearings provide an antifriction solution when supporting rotating shafts with radial loads.
Tapered radial roller bearings create a line of contact between the raceway and rolling element distributing loads across a larger area and can accept heavier X & Y load capacities.