SKF taper roller bearings, SKF tapered roller bearing catalo

SKF taper roller bearings have tapered inner and outer ring raceways and tapered rollers. They are designed to accommodate combined loads, simultaneously acting radial and axial loads. The projection lines of the raceways meet at a common point on the bearing axis to provide true rolling and low friction. The axial load carrying capacity of tapered roller bearings increases with increasing contact angle α. The size of the angle is related to the calculation factor e, the larger the value of e, the larger the contact angle. A single row tapered roller bearing is typically adjusted against a second tapered roller bearing.

SKF tapered roller bearings comprises:

  • single row taper roller bearings
  • matched single row tapered roller bearings
  • double row tapered roller bearings
  • four-row tapered roller bearings
  • hub units based on tapered roller bearings for industrial, automotive, railway and off-highway applications
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SKF tapered roller bearing products

SKF single row taper roller bearings

The SKF standard assortment of single row tapered roller bearings comprises popular sizes of metric single row tapered roller bearings in accordance with ISO 355:2007 and inch bearings in accordance with ANSI/ABMA Standard 19.2-2013.

SKF double row tapered roller bearings

SKF Double row tapered roller bearings can carry heavy loads and are stiff. They are suitable for the accommodation of combined (radial and axial) loads and can locate a shaft axially in both directions with a given axial clearance or a given preload. Their main use is in gearboxes, hoisting equipment, rolling mills and machines used in the mining industry, e.g. tunnelling machines.

SKF four row tapered roller bearings

SKF Four-row tapered roller bearings are used successfully worldwide for rolling mill bearing arrangements where rolling speeds are slow to moderate. Because of their design they are able to take up those axial loads which occur in such applications in addition to radial loads and generally no separate thrust bearings are required in such arrangements.