Precision-machined bearings

Precision-machined bearings and assemblies are available with ¼ to 6 in. ODs.

Features & benefits

  • Available in a variety of materials, including carbon steel, stainless steel, and engineered polymers

  • Applications include automotive and off-highway vehicles, machine tools, conveyors, material handling, packaging and food processing machinery, printing, and textile

Kilian Manufacturing

Altra Industrial Motion
(815) 389-6336
www.altramotion.com
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Steel-housed bearings

Dodge Steel-Housed Imperial HD mounted roller bearings combine Imperial bearing technology with a cast steel housing and are designed for heavy-duty applications.

Features & benefits

  • Steel housings available in pillow block, flange, edger flange, and piloted flange configurations

  • Adapter mount system makes bearings easy to mount and dismount

  • Nitrile multiple-lip seal resists heat and chemical breakdown

  • Sealing system protects high capacity, double-row spherical bearing elements; seal also provides a flinger

Baldor Electric Co.

(479) 646-4711
www.baldor.com
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Needle bearing cam followers

BBXCAM-CN Series needle bearing sealed cam followers feature hardened and ground outer races and low-carbon alloy steel hardened studs and inner races for reduced friction, quiet operation, and increased durability.

Features & benefits

  • Hex-head and slotted-head styles available

  • Nominal IDs from 1/2 to 4 in.

  • May be lubricated through the head end only; clamping torque based on dry threads

Quality Bearings & Components

(888) 276-4787
www.qbcbearings.com
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Bushing bearings guide

A new selection guide includes product overviews and comparisons, specifications, and ordering information, as well as an engineering appendix to help users specify, install, and maintain ball-bushing bearings.

Features & benefits

  • Metric Super Ball Bushing precision bearings offer a coefficient of friction as low as 0.001, allowing smaller and less expensive motors, belts, gears, and ballscrews when replacing high-friction plain bearings

  • Stainless Steel MultiTrac Ball Bushing bearings suitable for harsh environments with temperatures to 180° F; multi-track design delivers up to twice the load-carrying capacity of conventional linear bearings

  • Stainless Steel “A” Ball Bushing bearings resist rust and corrosion; maximum system rigidity in challenging application environments including vacuum, ozone, and mild radiation, in temperatures to 600° F

Thomson

Danaher Motion Co.
(540) 633-3549
www.danahermotion.com
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