Pillow block bearing flange type UCF

Pillow block bearings consist of a sealed single-row ball bearing with a spherical outer ring which is mounted in a housing. Flanged bearings are most commonly used in light duty applications, such as food processing machinery, conveyors, material handling, belt drives in HVAC, textile, baggage systems, medical processing and various other light duty industrial applications.

Pillow block bearing pedestal type UCP/UCFL

Pillow (plummer) block ball bearing units consist of an insert bearing mounted in a cast iron housing that can be bolted to a support surface. This variant is strong and stiff, and is suitable for applications with both constant and alternating directions of rotation.

Mounted block Bearings

Mounted Unit bearings, also known as bearing units or housed bearings, are powerful mechanical devices designed to support rotating shafts while providing a stable and secure mounting point. Mounted Units consist of two basic components, the insert, and the housing.

pillow block bearing round flange type uCFC

A Round flange bearing is a type of mounted bearing in which the mounted shaft runs perpendicular to the mounting surface and the center line of the mounting holes. This is in contrast to a pillow block bearing, in which the mounted shaft runs parallel to the mounting surface.

pillow block bearing UCT

Take-up bearings are a type of mounted bearing primarily used for adjusting and maintaining conveyor belt tension. Take-up is the process of adjusting the length of the belt and chain to compensate for stretch, shrinkage, or wear, and to maintain proper tension.

Spherical plain bearings

Are used to accommodate shafts or rods with varying amounts of misalignment. They are designed to manage high radial loads and provide consistent performance under conditions of marginal lubrication, extreme speed and critical-application stress.

Needle Roller Bearings

Needle roller bearings (sometimes called “needle bearings”) use long and narrow cylindrical rollers. They are categorized as thrust or radial bearings based on which load direction they support. Radial types include drawn-cup and solid types,

Tapered roller bearings

Tapered roller bearings are capable of carrying both radial and axial loads but largely used for applications where radial load component predominates. They are often used in pairs to take the thrust load in both directions. The taper roller bearing consists of rolling elements in the form of a frustum of cone.

Thrust ball bearings

Thrust ball bearings are an essential component in various mechanical systems, designed to efficiently handle axial loads and ensure smooth rotational motion. These specialized bearings are engineered to withstand forceful thrusts generated when a load is applied parallel to the bearing's shaft.

Water pump bearings

Water pump bearings are used in the water pump that circulates cooling water for the car's engine. Water pump bearings are sealed double-row bearings with wide spacing between the two rows of rolling elements. There is a ball-ball type consisting of only balls and a ball-roller type consisting of a ball and a roller.

Rod End Eye Ball Bearing

Rod end bearings, also known as Heim joints or rose joints, are essential mechanical components used in various applications to provide rotational and oscillating movement between two linked components

cam follower bearings

A cam follower bearing is a roller or needle bearing that is specifically designed to follow cams or tracks. These bearings are used in linear motion systems including transfer lines, conveyor systems, and other industrial machinery.