Angular contact ball bearings
In angular contact ball bearings, the raceway of the inner and outer rings are displaced relative to each other in the direction of the bearing axis. Thanks to this construction, the bearings can withstand combined loads acting simultaneously in both the radial and axial directions.
Angular contact bearings are designed so that the contact angle between the raceways and the balls is formed while the bearing is in use. The ability of angular contact ball bearings to withstand axial loads increases proportionally as the contact angle increases.
Features of angular contact ball bearings:
- high stiffness
- ideal for high-precision performance at high speed
- able to withstand heavy axial loads and moderate radial loads
- available with a single or double row, in the open or shielded / sealed versions
Single row: 7200, 7300
Double row: 3200, 3300, 5200, 5300
Most commonly used angular contact ball bearings:
- single row angular contact ball bearings
- double row angular contact ball bearings
- four-point contact ball bearings
- double row cam rollers