Bearings • Rubber Bearings

Rubber bearings are sealed bearings for use in applications where environmental resistance is important.

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  • Grainger Industrial Supply

    Grainger Industrial Supply offers approved Vendor and Dayton brand rubber mounted bearings. Bearings are made with 52100 steel, rubber grommet, and cast iron materials. Bore diameter ranges from 5/8" to 1", and temperature ranges from -20 to 200°F. Available products include: 1" bore rubber setscrew lock, and mounted ball rubber bearings with 5/8", 3/4", 1/2", and 1" bores.

  • MSC Industrial Supply Co.

    MSC industrial Supply Co. offers rubber mounted HVAC unit bearings. Product options include: stamped pillow block 1-1/4S, 2 bolt flange units 7/8, stamped pillow block 1/2, spherical insert 1/2, and 2 bolt setscrew unit 1. The maximum outside diameter is 2.8480", and the maximum inside/bore diameter is 1 1/4". Bearings are made with stamped steel, rubber booting, and chrome carbon steel materials.

  • Boca Bearing Company

    Boca Bearing Company offers pressure roller bearings. Pressure roller bearings are coated with urethane rubber and fixed by special processing on the outer ring to keep rotation accuracy. Pressure roller bearings are used in industrial and desktop printers, robotics, ATMs, etc. Dimensions range from 3 x 10 x 4, up to 6 x 20 x 5.

  • Scougal Rubber

    Scougal Rubber offers elastomeric bearing pads. Pads are reliable, inexpensive, and maintenance-free, with a service life that typically exceeds that of the bridge superstructure itself. Bearings transfer vertical loads from the superstructure to the substructure, while allowing limited horizontal movement, as well as rotational movement of the supported members. Bearing pads are made with natural rubber, Neoprene, and steel materials. Elastomeric bearings can be designed to suit almost any application.

  • Fabreeka International

    Fabreeka International offers fabric reinforced, elastomeric bearing pads. These pads are used to eliminate concrete spalling. This is accomplished by compensating for construction irregularities like rotation and non-parallel load bearing surfaces. Pads also prevent electrolytic action between dissimilar materials in construction. Pads can withstand compressive loads perpendicular to the plane of laminations of not less than 12,000 psi before breakdown. Pads are available in thicknesses ranging from 1/16" to 1", and the effective temperature range is -65°F to 200°F.

  • Con-Serv, Inc.

    Con-Serv, Inc. offers shimmed and plain neoprene elastomeric bearing pads. Elastomeric bearing pads provide structural support for bridges, commercial buildings, industrial buildings, petrochemical plant, and power plant applications. Pads are AASHTO grade, and can be bonded with PTFE to use as the lower element in a side bearing. Plain and shimmed bearings are available in standard Shore A durometers of 50, 60, or 70. The maximum temperature at a neoprene bearing is 200°F.

  • VXB Ball Bearings

    VXB Ball Bearings offers rubber sealed bearings in a variety of sizes and configurations. VXB offers the 6200-2RS sealed ball bearing, which has an inner diameter of 10mm, an outer diameter of 30mm, and a width of 9mm. The bearing is made of chrome steel and has 2 rubber seals to protect the bearing from dust or any possible contamination. The 6200-2RS is made of rubber seals and chrome steel. Inner diameter is 10mm and the outer diameter is 30mm. Other bearings offered include: auto wheel, ceramic sealed, skate bearings, etc.

  • Voss Engineering, Inc.

    Voss Engineering, Inc. offers elastomeric structural bearing pads. Bearings have been used in a variety of structures including parking decks, bridges, stadiums, and exhibit halls. Voss has some of the most complete technical information available including design software on structure bearings.

  • Seismic Energy Products

    Seismic Energy Products offers elastomeric bearings. Elastomeric bearings uniformly transfer specified vertical loads to the support structure while allowing horizontal movement and rotation. They compensate for minor construction irregularities, are easy to install, are maintenance free, and last the life of the structure.