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Base-Mount Pillow Block Bearing Units

Base-Mount Pillow Block Bearing Units

These base-mount pillow block bearings, sometimes known as Plummer blocks, provide support for rotating shafts in applications with light or moderate loads, such as conveying. The base is attached to a horizontal or vertical surface so that the shaft passes through the bearing parallel to the surface. The bearing allows the shaft to rotate smoothly while the base helps support the load on the shaft.

General Purpose Mounted Ball Bearings

For standard applications with no special environmental concerns, these mounted ball bearings provide a smoother and lower-friction motion than mounted sleeve bearings.

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Black Oxide Iron Housing with Steel Bearing

Medium Duty with Set Screw Mount

Standard Duty with Eccentric Locking Collar Mount

Standard Duty with Set Screw Mount

Low Profile — Standard Duty with Eccentric Locking Collar Mount

Low Profile — Standard Duty with Set Screw Mount

Painted Iron Housing with Steel Bearing

Light Duty with Set Screw Mount

Medium Duty with Set Screw Mount

Standard Duty with Set Screw Mount

Low Profile — Standard Duty with Eccentric Locking Collar Mount

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Black Oxide Iron Housing with Steel Bearing

Standard Duty with Set Screw Mount

Food-Grade Mounted Ball Bearings

The integrated lubrication in these bearings meets USDA requirements for use in some food and pharmaceutical industries.

Ball bearings provide a smoother and lower-friction motion than sleeve bearings.

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PBT Housing Zinc Plated — Steel Bearing

Set Screw Mount

Stainless Steel Housing — Stainless Steel Bearing

Set Screw Mount

PBT Housing — Steel Bearing

Set Screw Mount

PBT Housing — Stainless Steel Bearing

Set Screw Mount

Impact-Resistant Mounted Ball Bearings

Commonly used in blowers, conveyors, and farm equipment, these bearings can handle greater impacts than other mounted ball bearings because the wider inner race distributes the load over more area.

Ball bearings provide a smoother and lower-friction motion than sleeve bearings.

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Painted Iron Housing with Steel Bearing

Standard Duty with Concentric Locking Collar Mount

Self-Aligning Mounted Ball Bearings

Enhance precision in your system with self-aligning ball bearings that accommodate some angular misalignment of the shaft. Ball bearings provide a smoother and lower-friction motion than sleeve bearings.

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Rustproof Plated Steel Housing with Steel Bearing

Light Duty with Set Screw Mount

General Purpose Mounted Bronze Sleeve Bearings

Intended for standard duty applications, these mounted bearings are made of porous bronze, which absorbs applied oil to provide continuous lubrication.

Sleeve bearings support a load across their full length, as compared to ball bearings, which have one small point of contact.

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Zinc Die Cast Bronze

Light Duty

Self-Aligning Mounted Bronze Sleeve Bearings

Suitable for light duty use, these mounted sleeve bearings can tolerate mild angular misalignment. They are made of porous bronze, which absorbs applied oil, to provide continuous lubrication.

Sleeve bearings support a load across their full length, as compared to ball bearings, which have one small point of contact.

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Rustproof Plated Steel with Bronze Bearing

Light Duty

Mounted UHMWPE Sleeve Bearings for Washdown

Ideal for harsh environments that are subject to regular washdowns, these mounted sleeve bearings are made of self-lubricating UHMWPE, which is resistant to many corrosive chemicals.

Sleeve bearings support a load across their full length, as compared to ball bearings, which have one small point of contact.

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Stainless Steel with UHMWPE Bearing

Light Duty

Solid UHMWPE Sleeve Bearings for Washdown

The durable single-piece housing of these bearings is made of self-lubricating UHMWPE, which resists many corrosive chemicals found in washdown applications.

Sleeve bearings support a load across their full length, as compared to ball bearings, which have one small point of contact.