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Industrial Bearing Types for Sale

Track Roller
Track Roller
Regardless of material or machine, the track roller bearing is important for track and rail operations.
Deep Groove Ball Bearing
Deep Groove Ball Bearing
Cost savings – deep groove ball bearings create less friction torque.
Self-aligning Ball Bearing
Self-aligning Ball Bearing
Generate less friction than other styles of bearings, which allows them to run at higher speeds without building up as much heat.
Angular Contact Ball Bearing
Angular Contact Ball Bearing
It can work at higher speeds. The larger the contact angle, the higher the axial load carrying capacity.
Thrust Ball Bearing
Thrust Ball Bearing
Good carrying capacity and they can support greater thrust loads than the ball type due to the larger contact area.
Needle Roller Bearing
Needle Roller Bearing
A main advantage of needle roller bearings is their ability to use mating surfaces as inner or outer raceways, or both.
Cylindrical Roller Bearing
Cylindrical Roller Bearing
Compared to ball bearings, cylindrical rollers have a greater radial load capacity. The cylindrical roller design also allows these parts to accept relatively faster speeds than other styles of roller bearings.
Spherical Roller Bearing
Spherical Roller Bearing
An exceptional advantage of the spherical roller bearing is its ability to handle both static and dynamic misalignment.
Tapered Roller Bearing
Tapered Roller Bearing
It can easily support a variety of directional loading. Its ability to support combined heavy thrust and radial loads surpasses spherical, cylindrical or needle roller bearings.
Thrust Roller Bearing
Thrust Roller Bearing
High axial load carrying capacity and Spherical thrust bearings can accommodate misalignment.
Crossed Roller Bearing
Crossed Roller Bearing
Crossed roller bearings provide more accuracy, rigidity, and weight-bearing capacity for linear motion than other commonly used friction-reducing devices such as ball bearings.
Slewing Ring
Slewing Ring
Its shaftless design eliminates the need for a spindle or kingpost. The center of the bearing remains open to allow passage of various hydraulic and control components.
Pillow Block Bearing
Pillow Block Bearing
Pillow block bearings can be installed with either continuous or end supports, they handle moment loads well, and offer low drag and excellent smoothnes.
Plain Bearing
Plain Bearing
Longer fatigue-free service life of their elements,They require less radial space, since they are built with thin walls,and installation is simpler.
  • As a professional bearing factory in China, we are committed to providing our clients with convenient transmission components, technical services and solutions.


  • Depending on the applications of our clients, we offer different kinds of bearings and transmission components, such as roller bearings for logistics equipment, crossed roller bearings and slewing bearings for robot arms and needle roller bearings for food filling equipment.


  • Our bearing products conform to German DIN standard, American ANSI standard and Japanese JIS standard and are suitable for different applications.


  • We also offer customized bearing products for our clients. You can tell our professional application engineers what you need and they will provide you with professional technical services.


What are the Difference between Ball Bearing and Roller Bearing?

What are the Difference between Ball Bearing and Roller Bearing?

Ball bearings and roller bearings are both rolling bearings.


Rolling bearings are all types of bearings that can transmit controlled motion from one object to another with minimal friction by rolling balls or rollers.


Most rolling bearings are used to make the shaft relative to some fixed structure to do rotational movement (deep groove ball bearings, angular contact ball bearings, cylindrical roller bearings and tapered roller bearings, etc.), while some other rolling bearings are used for parallel movements, i.e. linear motion relative to a fixed direction of a stationary shaft (such as the roller bearings used as rollers).


Ball bearings are point-contacting bearings; that is, each ball makes contact with the track at a very small point - theoretically a single point. Such bearings are designed to ensure that the slight deformation of the balls as they roll in and out of the load area could not exceed the yield point of the material and that the balls in the unloaded positions could return to their original shapes.

Similar to ball bearings, roller bearings have linear contact rather than point contact, giving them a greater load-carrying capacity and higher vibration resistance. The rollers have different shapes, namely, cylindrical, spherical, tapered and needle shapes.


Ball bearings or roller bearings

In general, if the spaces occupied by the bearings are similar, ball bearings are used for applications with higher speeds and lower loads, while roller bearings have better performance in applications with impacts and heavy loads.

Ball bearings are usually sold as components, their parts are not separable from each other and they can simply be replaced as assemblies.


Roller bearings are less standardized, especially for applications that require separate inner and outer rings, and it is difficult to ensure that the roller bearings made by different manufacturers can be interchanged. Therefore, clients need to consult the manufacturers' track roller bearing catalogues to select the proper industrial bearing types for their applications.


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