A CUSTOMER DESIGNED BEARING can be designed specifically for a customer's needs. A company can design these bearings for a specific application, and they should be able to offer advice on the design process. They should also use the highest quality materials available. Customers can provide advice on the type of bearing that they need. This service can be useful for both small and large businesses. Whether you need a single component or a complete machine, a custom-designed bearing is the right choice for you.
The ADAPT type of bearing has been in use for decades in the steel industry, and is now being adopted in other industries as well. It can run at lower temperatures, and can provide five to ten percent less running torque than conventional bearings. It can also provide up to 30% longer service life. Because of the rapid temperature changes in the paper industry, a CUSTOMER DESIGNED BEARING can handle these conditions.
These bearings are used for heavy radial loads. Two C-Type bearings can be installed on one shaft. By axially fixing one bearing, differential expansion between the shaft and housing can occur. This type of bearing is not impacted by axial stresses. A C-Type bearing can handle moderate thrust, moment, and reversing loads. It is also suitable for axially fixed applications.
A C-Type bearing is a popular choice for applications that require high radial loads. Toroidal bearings can also be axially fixed, allowing differential expansion between the shaft and housing, which does not add axial stress to the bearing. This type of bearing is also suitable for moderate reversing and moment loads. If you have any questions about the C-Type, contact us. You can contact our experts at 1-800-438-4787.
A C-Type bearing is designed for heavy radial loads. Its design allows two C-type bearings to be installed on a single shaft. The two C-Types can be axially fixed on the same shaft. In this way, the differential expansion between the shaft and housing does not add axial stress to the bearings. They are also able to handle moderate torque and reversing loads.
In the past, a toroidal bearing was an excellent option for heavy radial loads. The manufacturer of a toroidal bearing incorporated it into the design. This model also included the ability to be axially fixed in a different direction. The other C-Type bearings were axially fixed in the same direction. They can withstand moderate radial and axial load conditions.
A custom-designed bearing can be customized for a variety of applications. For example, an aircraft gun turret needed a bearing for a variety of loads, but it also had to be highly rigid. A custom-designed bearing had to match the aluminum's coefficient of expansion. It was designed to be rigid and capable of handling a higher axial load. A customized rotary joint can be used in a range of different applications, but it must be flexible enough to accommodate the application.