Taper roller bearings

Taper roller bearings consist of four components:

  • an inner ring (cone)
  • an outer ring (cup)
  • a device for containing and guiding the rollers (cage)
  • revolving elements designed to distribute the load uniformly (tapered rollers)

The angles made from their internal geometry make these bearings particularly suited for combined (radial and axial) loads. The load capacity largerly depends on the contact angle: the more tilted the angle of the outer ring, the greater the bearing capacity to withstand axial loads.

Taper roller bearings are separable bearings: the cone (consisting of the inner ring and the roller unit with cage) can be mounted separately from the outer ring.

Features of taper roller bearings:

  • high resistance to radial and axial loads (monodirectional)
  • when coupled, able to compensate axial loads in both directions
  • high radial and axial load capacity at medium-low speeds
  • separable
  • low coefficient of friction
  • long service life

Series: 30200, 30300, 31300, 32000, 32200, 32300, 33000, 33100, 33200

  • Earth Moving Machinery
  • Metal working machines
  • Gearboxes
  • Agricultural Machinery
  • Automotive Industry
  • Aerospace Industry
  • General mechanics
  • Railways
  • Construction
  • Oil Industry
  • Mining
  • Iron and steel Industry
  • Transmissions and gears
  • Wind sector
  • Pumps and compressors
  • Transport facilities
  • Industrial installations
  • Cement

Most commonly used taper roller bearings:

  • single row taper roller bearings
  • paired single row taper roller bearings