Bearings • Thrust Bearings
Thrust bearings are rotary bearings that allow rotation between parts and support a high axial load at moderate speeds. Design varieties include ball thrust bearings, tapered roller bearings, fluid bearings and magnetic bearings. Due to their inability to support radial loads, thrust bearings must be paired with radial bearings for radial load support. They are offered as flat race thrust bearings, one directional, grooved race thrust bearings and two directional, grooved race thrust bearings.
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Quality Bearings & Components provide axial needle roller thrust bearings and banded thrust bearings along with thrust washer and bearing spacers. Their line of metric axial needle roller thrust bearings feature steel needles and range in bore diameters from 4 to 160 mm with fitted axial thrust. Banded thrust bearings range in shaft diameter of 0.500 to 1.500mm and come with chrome steel balls and washers. Bearing spacers are made of Stainless Steel or Anodized Aluminum material. Thrust washers come in steel or sintered bronze or with carbon steel backing.
Auburn Ball Bearing manufactures sealed thrust ball bearings. Auburn bearings frequently use a "V" groove raceway. The "V" groove can carry radial loads one quarter of their load capacity. Auburn offers nearly a dozen types of sealed thrust ball bearings.
Kilian Manufacturing Corporation provides customized thrust bearings with metallic and non metallic materials. The ball thrust bearings supports both axial and light radial loads. The bearings are designed with unitized rollers and balls. Kilian offers a range of 1/4 to 6 inch outer diameter.