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Types of Bearing

Slewing Bearing

Slewing Bearing

Slewing Bearing Slewing bearing also called rotation supporting is a king of large-scale bearing can withstand the synthesis load.

Deep Groove Ball Bearing

Deep Groove Ball Bearing

Deep groove ball bearings are particularly versatile. They are simple in design, non-separable, suitable for high and very high speeds and are robust in operation, requiring little maintenance.

Angular Contact Ball Bearings

Angular Contact Ball Bearings

The LNB range of angular contact ball bearings has been designed to meet the increasingly demanding requirements of original equipment manufacturers.

Needle Roller Bearing

Needle Roller Bearing

We are involved in offering a wide range of Sealed Drawn Cup Needle Roller Bearings to our most valued clients.

Water Pump Bearing

Water Pump Bearing

Water pump bearings basically consist of standard double row bearings, ball-ball type and ball-roller type. Water pump bearings do not have an inner ring but instead have raceways directly machined into the shaft. Therefore, there is additional space for rolling elements enabling higher specific load-carrying capability than conventional single bearings. Water pump bearings can support both large axial and radial loads. The high load carrying capacity and high rotation speed enable the large flow of the water pump.

Self-aligning Ball Bearing

Self-aligning Ball Bearing

Self-aligning ball bearings are double row ball bearings comprising outer rings with spherical raceway, inner rings and ball and cage assemblies. Self-aligning ball bearings are self-aligning and insensitive to shaft deflections and angular misalignment between the shaft and housing. Due to the spherical raceway, the contact angle of misalignment is approximately 4 – 7 degrees. Therefore, the axial load capacity is low, and they are suitable for low to medium radial loads.

Thrust Ball Bearings

Thrust Ball Bearings

Designed to handle thrust loads while operating at high speeds, LNB thrust ball bearings are composed of a "washer-like" bearing ring with raceway grooves for the balls. Thrust ball bearings are classified into those with flat seats or aligning seats depending on the shape of the outer ring seat. These ball bearings can sustain axial loads but no radial loads.

Spherical roller bearings

Spherical roller bearings

Spherical roller bearings are double row, self-retaining units comprising inner rings with two raceways inclined at an angle to the bearing axis , outer rings with a common sphered raceway, spherical rollers, cages and in certain designs also internal guide rings or center rings. The bearings can also be sealed.

Taper roller bearings

Taper roller bearings

Tapered roller bearings utilize conical rollers and raceways, arranged so that the rollers and raceways meet at a common apex. The rollers are guided by contact between the large end of the roller and a rib on the inner ring. This provides high capacity for radial and single thrust loads.

Pillow blocks

Pillow blocks

Pillow blocks, the most commonly used type of mounted units, are housings which have a bearing fitted into them. They are designed to provide shaft support where the mounting surface is parallel to the shaft axis. Typically manufactured from cast iron or cast steel, the pillow block bearing housing has provisions to allow the housing to be bolted down snugly. Pillow blocks are supplied in a variety of configurations, and are usually mounted in cleaner environments and generally are meant for lesser loads of general industry.

Spherical Plain Bearings

Spherical Plain Bearings

Spherical plain bearings are a kind of special sliding bearings which can carry quite high capacity of radial and axial loads due to their large contact area. LNB Spherical plain bearings are manufactured in a wide variety of configurations and materials. Basically, a spherical plain bearing has an outer-spherical inner ring and an inner-spherical outer ring. This design makes them ideal for bearing applications of alignment movements or oscillating movements, such as mining equipment, construction machine, etc.

Linear Bearings

Linear Bearings

Linear bearings, manufactured with low cost, are used in limitless journey or used to work in column.As loading ball contacts the shaft at certain point, the bearing application loading capacity is quite small. By ball’s rotating with a quite small friction resistance, high-precise level movement can be obtained. Linear bearings are widely used in precise equipments such as electronic equipment, pull measuring machine, materialization 3-D measuring equipment, etc; and slip part of industrial machines such as multi-shaft machine, punching machine, tool grinder, auto steam cutting machine, printer, card selection machine, food packing machine and so on.

SL Series Roller Bearing

SL Series Roller Bearing

Precision plastic bearings, have the more exact rolling accuracy and more strict dimension tolerance.

Stainless Steel Bearings

Stainless Steel Bearings

Stainless steel bearings can work well under such enviroment where is moisture, corrosive and abrasive. They are widly used for food and beverage processing machinery, medical appliances and medicine equipments.

Non-standard Bearing

Non-standard Bearing

All kinds of Standard and Non-Standard Bearing with high quality and reasonable price We should be glad to give you our lowest quotations upon receipt of your detail requirements.

Casters wheel bearing

Casters wheel bearing

Ideal for heavy duty caster applications because their tapered faces will handle any combination of downward and side forces. Used in various swivel assemblies as well as in wheels. Two bearings are installed per wheel, one in each side of the hub, consisting of a cup (hardened and ground outer raceway) and cone (roller assembly). Spanner bushings are not employed since adjustment requires tightening caster legs against the bearing assembly. Tapered bearings extend overall hub length of the wheel itself by approximately 1⁄4”.

Thrust self-aligning roller bearing

Thrust self-aligning roller bearing

Thrust bearings have rolling elements which primarily support the axial loads of rotating devices. Several styles of bearings are available in thrust configurations. Whereas radial-load bearings locate ball or roller races on the opposing inner and outer bearing rings, most thrust bearings have raceways machined into the faces of mating rings. This arrangement supports a load that is parallel to the bearing axis, but offers little to no support for radial loads. Thrust bearings are also inadequate to handle moment loads.