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Tapered Roller Bearings



Tapered Roller Bearings
Tapered roller bearings can support high radial and axial loads. They have a broad range of speeds. They support forces efficiently and ensure a precise and rigid shaft guidance system due to the significant effective distance between the bearings. Tapered roller bearings can be adjusted and dismantled, which makes mounting easy.

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Features and benefits:
  • Low friction, noise, and vibration
  • Axial and radial loading
  • Lower operating costs due to reduced energy consumption
  • Long service life
Item Code Inner Diameter Outer Diameter Width IDxODxW Dynamic Load Rating Static Load Rating Fatigue Load Limit Reference Speed Limiting Speed Material Cage Material End Type Mass
d D B C C0 PU m
mm kN rpm ° kg

Applications
 
Agriculture
Automotive
Food Processing Machinery
Papermaking Machinery
Mining & Construction
Oil & Gas
Steel Industry
Wind Energy
Railway

FAQ

Q: How do I recognize signs of wear or failure in a tapered roller bearing?

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Signs of wear or failure in tapered roller bearings may include unusual noise, increased friction, excessive heat generation, or visible damage to the bearing components. Regular inspections and maintenance can help identify and address these issues early.

Q: How do I calculate the life expectancy of a tapered roller bearing?

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The life expectancy of a tapered roller bearing can be calculated using various methods, such as the basic rating life equation and application-specific factors like load, speed, lubrication, and operating conditions.