These bearings are comprised of a cone assembly, which consists of a conical cage holding tapered rollers and a tapered inner ring, and a cup that fits over the rollers. The cup serves as the outer raceway for the bearing, supporting the rollers as they glide when the cone is rotated. When assembled, these bearings have the shape of a truncated cone. They can support heavy radial loads (where the load is perpendicular to the shaft) and heavy axial, or thrust, loads (where the load is parallel to the shaft). They can also tolerate shock loads and are commonly used in construction, mining, and farming equipment.
Roller bearings use cylindrical rolling elements that distribute loads over a wide surface area, which allows roller bearings to tolerate higher loads than ball bearings. To ensure proper functioning, bearings should be lubricated regularly.
Consisting of conical rollers in a tapered cage, these bearing cones are suitable for many general applications. Use with a compatible cup.
Inch Measurement System — Steel
These tapered cups are raceways for use with matching bearing cones.