Bearings • Self-Aligning Bearings
Self-aligning ball bearings are constructed with an inner ring and ball assembly within an outer ring that features a spherical raceway. This construction allows the bearing to tolerate small angular misalignments and shaft deflections. Self-aligning ball bearings are known for having the lowest friction of all rolling bearings, which enables them to run cooler at high speeds. Self-aligning bearings are available in single-acting, double-acting, self-aligning, combination, and cross roller types; and feature clamshell, cushion, flange, hanger, pedestal, rod end, pillow block, and spherical mounting styles. These bearings are typically used for light to medium-duty power transmission problems on equipment found in the aircraft, construction, agriculture, machine tool industries.
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Messinger precision roller bearings are used in applications that require high axial load carrying capacity. They are available in single-acting, self-aligning, double-acting, cross roller and combination. Messinger bearings are manufactured in a variety of sizes for the aircraft, construction, agriculture, machine tool, and general industry markets.
SKF self-aligning ball bearings are suitable for applications where considerable misalignment or shaft deflections are expected. These self-aligning ball bearings are low friction to run cooler at high speeds. SKF produces self-aligning ball bearings to several designs, including sealed bearings, open bearings of the basic design, and open bearings with an extended inner ring. They also distribute MRC aftermarket industrial bearing products.