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Spherical Bearings

The forces exerted on bearings can be divided into two types, radial and axial loads. Radial loads are forces that act perpendicular to the axis. Axial loads act on the bearing in the longitudinal direction of the shaft. In... Lees meer


The forces exerted on bearings can be divided into two types, radial and axial loads. Radial loads are forces that act perpendicular to the axis. Axial loads act on the bearing in the longitudinal direction of the shaft. In most cases, there will be a combined tax. The type of load must be taken into account when choosing bearings. Certain types of bearings can only absorb radial or axial forces, or axial forces in one direction. To support an axis it can also happen that different bearings have to be used. However, most radial bearings are capable of absorbing some axial forces.

Our range is the same in quality as the big established names such as LS Bearings, SKF ball bearings and Ina Elges. View our large assortment of radial bearings, slide bearings, rod ends, roller bearings, bearing bushes and Phenolic bearings.

Joint bearings can be divided into three different categories:

1. Radial joint bearings
Radial articulated bearings allow low axial loads in both directions and are therefore very suitable for changing dynamic loads.

2. Axial joint bearings
Axial articulated bearings are made up of an axle disc, a housing disc and a sliding contact. This type of joint bearing is ideal for absorbing axial forces, which can then be passed through momentarily into the connecting structure.

3. Angular contact joint bearings
Angular joint bearings also absorb higher axial forces in addition to radial forces. As a result, movements and forces can be transmitted moment-by-moment, with which bending stresses in the connecting structure can be prevented.

The forces exerted on bearings can be divided into two types, radial and axial loads. Radial loads are forces that act perpendicular to the axis. Axial loads act on the bearing in the longitudinal direction of the shaft. In most cases, there will be a combined tax. The type of load must be taken into account when choosing bearings. Certain types of bearings can only absorb radial or axial forces, or axial forces in one direction. To support an axis it can also happen that different bearings have to be used. However, most radial bearings are capable of absorbing some axial forces.

Our range is the same in quality as the big established names such as LS Bearings, SKF ball bearings and Ina Elges. View our large assortment of radial bearings, slide bearings, rod ends, roller bearings, bearing bushes and Phenolic bearings.

Joint bearings can be divided into three different categories:

1. Radial joint bearings
Radial articulated bearings allow low axial loads in both directions and are therefore very suitable for changing dynamic loads.

2. Axial joint bearings
Axial articulated bearings are made up of an axle disc, a housing disc and a sliding contact. This type of joint bearing is ideal for absorbing axial forces, which can then be passed through momentarily into the connecting structure.

3. Angular contact joint bearings
Angular joint bearings also absorb higher axial forces in addition to radial forces. As a result, movements and forces can be transmitted moment-by-moment, with which bending stresses in the connecting structure can be prevented.