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Single Row Self-Aligning Roller Bearings

Single-row spherical roller bearings can avoid motion interference and ensure good running performance in special-use situations. At the same time, it can extend the service life of the equipment and reduce the damage rate. Choosing the right spherical roller bearings can effectively improve the efficiency of the equipment. TFL-Bearing offers single-row spherical roller bearings and more. Customized bearing sizes, quality assurance, and comprehensive support for all your needs.

What Is a Single Row Spherical Roller Bearing?

Single-row spherical roller bearings have only one row of rollers, as the name suggests. The tapered surfaces of its inner and outer rings and the tapered surfaces of the rollers intersect at a single point, thus forming an alignment structure. The rollers are fixed between the inner and outer rings by a cage to maintain the stability and balance of the bearing.

Where Are Single Row Spherical Roller Bearings Used?

In the automobile transmission system, single-row spherical roller bearings are commonly used in the suspension system, steering system gear, shift system and other parts to ensure the stability and reliability of the car.

It is also an indispensable key component in railroad transportation, such as trains and subways.

Ships need to withstand a variety of harsh environments and complex operating conditions; single-row spherical roller bearings of high strength and anticorrosion performance are an important part of the spread of the industry.

What Is the Difference Between Single-Row and Double-Row Spherical Roller Bearings?

Single-row spherical roller bearings have only one row of rollers, while double-row spherical stick bearings have two rows of rollers.

Generally, double-row spherical roller bearings have a higher load-carrying capacity and provide better stability and rigidity during operation.

What Is a Single-Row Ball Bearing Used For?

1. Mining machinery, such as crushers, vibrating screens, etc.

2. Metallurgical equipment: rolling mills, etc.

3. Large agricultural machinery: harvesters, tractors, etc.

4. Paper-making machinery.