Cylindrical Thrust Roller Bearing
A cylindrical roller thrust bearing is a particular type of roller bearing. Like other roller bearings, they permit rotation between parts, but they are designed to support a high axial load while doing this (parallel to the shaft). Higher speed applications require oil lubrication. Generally,...
Thrust cylindrical roller bearings are separate bearings that can only withstand one-way axial loads and slight impacts, and can limit the axial displacement of the shaft (or casing) in one direction, so it can be used as one-way axial positioning. However, its carrying capacity is much larger than that of thrust ball bearings. When the roller rolls, the roller speed is inevitably slipped on the ferrule raceway due to the different linear speeds at both ends of the roller. Therefore, the limit rotation speed of such a bearing is lower than that of the thrust ball bearing, and is usually only suitable for low-speed operation.
Feature and Application
It is used to support axial and radial combined loads with axial loads, but the radial load must not exceed 55% of the axial load. Compared with other thrust roller bearings, this type of bearing has a low friction factor, a high rotational speed, and has a self-aligning performance.
Thrust cylindrical roller bearings are mainly used in heavy machinery, high power marine gearboxes, oil rigs, vertical motors and other machinery.
Cylindrical thrust roller bearing
cylindrical thrust roller bearings
cylindrical roller thrust bearing