HANNOVER MESSE 2020,
20 - 24 April
Austin Engineering Company
Ball bearings are simple and the most versatile rolling bearings used in a wide variety of applications. Ball bearings are classified into radial and thrust ball bearings based on their primary load carrying direction.
Radial ball bearings are primarily designed to carry load in the radial direction. However, depending on the design, ball bearings can also support significant axial load in addition to radial load. The inner and outer ring feature raceway grooves on the circumference that closely conform to the balls.
Thrust ball bearings are designed to carry load in the axial direction with no radial load capacity. The rings feature raceway grooves on the opposing faces that closely conform to the balls.
AEC manufactures ball bearings in several designs and dimensional series.
AEC cylindrical roller bearings are available in several design variants and dimensional series in single row, double row, and four-row configurations.
A radial ...
Needle roller bearings have cylindrical rollers with diameters much smaller compared to their lengths. These bearings offer great rigidity and are useful for applications ...
Tapered roller bearings feature tapered rollers and matching tapered raceways on the inner and outer rings. The taper lines of the raceways and the rolling axis ...
Spherical roller bearings have asymmetrically sphered or barrel shaped rollers. These bearings have two inner ring raceways and a common spherical raceway on the ...
Crossed roller bearings have the rollers placed axially perpendicular to each other alternately and therefore are called crossed roller bearings. The rollers are ...
Flexible roller bearings have rollers which are not solid but are spirally wound from spring steel strips and machined to a cylindrical profile. This makes the rollers ...
Super-precision axial-radial bearings are designed to carry simultaneous axial and radial loads for critical applicaions. AEC manufactures super-precision axial-radial ...