Radial Bearings

Radial bearings are designed to withstand forces that are perpendicular to the direction of the shaft, or radial loads. Some bearings are able to withstand a radial and axial load applied on the shaft, these combined axial/radial load bearings are achieved by axial angular contact. The angle of these axial radial bearings allows the axial load and the radial load to be distributed more evenly along the axial angular contact ball bearing.




INFO #01

Carbon is self lubricating and has a low coefficient of friction. It has low werar rate, it has good hydrodynamic bearing proerties, it has high resistance to thermal shock it is dimensionally stable and can be machined to close tolerance. Avalible with different groove to improve the lubrication performance (vertical or helical grooves).

INFO #02

Ceramic bearings have Improved rigidity, accuracy and precision, less operational vibration, 40% increase in the lifespan of pump application, Higher speeds and lower rolling friction. They are lighter, smoother, stiffer, harder, corrosion resistant, and electrically resistant. They are used in extreme and in special environments.



  • Tungsten Carbide
  • Stainless Steel Ceramic Coated
  • Silicon Carbide (SiC)
  • High-engineered Plastic
  • Ceramic (Al2O3)
  • Carbon Graphite Resin Impregnated
  • Carbon Graphite Metal Impregnated
  • Stainless Steel

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