Bearings • Angular Contact Bearings

Angular contact bearings are one directional thrust ball bearings that support great thrust loads in one direction and some radial load. Its inner and outer rings have high shoulders for steep contact angles to support high thrust and axial rigidity. They are offered as duplex ball bearings and double row, angular contact ball bearings. Duplex ball bearings support thrust loads in two directions and can be used in tandem for thrust loads in one direction. Double row, angular contact ball bearings are two single angular contact ball bearings. Their thrust capacity is limited in one direction.

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  • NTN Bearing Corp. of America

    NTN America offers single and double row angular contact bearings that vary in O.D, bore, and width dimensions. Single row types range from 10mm to 300mm, 26mm to 420 mm and 7mm to 80mm. Double row angular contact bearings range from 10mm to 100mm, 30mm to 180mm and 14.3mm to 68.3mm.

  • Barden Corp.

    Barden Precision Bearings offer radial, single row and super precision angular contact bearings that are either instrument or spindle configurations under ABEC-7 or ABEC-9 specifications. These separable and non-separable, super precision, angular contact bearings are produced in diameters ranging from 3/8" (9.5mm) O.D. up to 15 3/4" (400mm) O.D. and also in a variety of shields, cage design, and calibration options.

  • Hartford Technologies, Inc.

    Hartford Technologies designs single and double row angular contact bearings. Single row types carry both axial and radial loads with a 30° contact angle. Double row designs carry high axial loads and moderate radial loads. Inner diameters range from 17mm to 100mm.

  • Impact Bearing

    Impact Bearings offers machine tool angular contact spindle bearings in four different series': Ultra Light "1900", Extra Light "100", Light "200" and Medium "300". Non-separable configurations have outer rings with 15° and 25° contact angles. Separable, single row designs have inner rings of 15° contact angle.

  • SKF USA, Inc.

    SKF's angular contact ball bearings have raceways in the outer and inner rings that are displaced in the direction of the bearing axis respectively. These products are designed to accommodate simultaneously acting radial and axial loads. Models include four-point contact, single row and double row designs.

  • The Timken Company

    The Timken Company manufactures Fafnir single and double row angular contact ball bearings for both radial and axial loading. Single row types have high thrust capacity in only one direction and bore sizes from 10 mm to 150 mm (0.3937 in to 5.9055 in). Double row Conrad designs thrust in both directions with bore sizes from 12 mm to 150 mm (0.4724 in - 5.9055 in).

  • QBC - Quality Bearings

    QB&C manufactures angular contact single bearings in a variety of sizes to ABEC 1 specifications. Features include 52100 chrome steel and snap-over cages. Stainless steel is available upon request. Dozens of sizes are available from 1" to 4.5" bore diameters.

  • National Bearings Co.

    National manufactures customized, light duty, angular contact bearings varying in diameter and width, shape, type of material, ball compliment, lubrication, shields and surface finishing. Types include multi-function, stamped outer race and plastic angular contact bearing designs. Custom designs to fit any shape and carry any load requirement are available.

  • UBC Bearings

    UBC manufactures angular contact ball bearings that meet GB/307.1-94 P4 specifications, dmN: 1.3~1.8x 106 /min high speed performance, and life expectancy greater than 1500h. Types include spindle bearings with 15° and 25° contact angles and ball screw bearings of 60° contact angle. They offer 719XX, 70XX, 72XX, and 7602XX series of P2, P4, P5 precision levels and 20MM-75MM diameter.

  • GMN Bearing USA

    GMN produces angular contact ball bearings that support axial load in one direction only and have high rigidity and loading capacity. They offer non-separable Series "S..." for even higher speed, load capacity and stiffness requirements, as well as separable spindle, hybrid ball, and extra wide special bearings.

  • American Roller Bearing Co.

    ARB provides angular contact bearings with expected load contact angles of 15, 25, 30 or 40 degrees, radial components (none, light or high), axial components (none, light or high), and preload N of 0, 220 (50lbs), 440 (100lbs), and 880 (200lbs). Products can be sold as single units, individually boxed, and interchangeable in pairs.

  • Bajaj Bearings

    Bajaj manufactures and exports single row angular contact bearings that carry thrust load in one direction only, and also come in spindle designs of series 70 and 72 for high speed work. Their double row models carry thrust loads in both directions. Also available are four point contact designs that have separable bearings.

  • Kingsbury, Inc.

    Messinger (a Kingsbury brand) angular contact ball bearings are designed with offset raceways between the inner and outer rings which create a specific contact angle under load. These products can carry combined axial and radial loading, can be used for high speed applications, and can be produced to an ABEC 5 precision class.

  • Metalcraft Engg Co

    Metalcraft Engg Co manufactures double row angular contact bearings in a variety of diameters.