Motion has a vast inventory of spherical roller bearings available for purchase. Bore types include cylindrical, round, straight, and tapered. Closure options include double sealed, none, open, sealed-both sides, sealed-one side, and single seal. Lubrication hole types include holes on outer ring, lubrication groove and hole, no holes, and more.
Motion offers a selection of spherical roller bearings from leading brands like SKF, McGill, and FAG (Schaeffler). Spherical roller bearings carry heavy radial loads and certain axial loads in both directions. They have spherical, barrel-shaped rollers and are self-aligning to handle shaft misalignment and mounting problems. Spherical roller bearings contain two rings on the inner raceway, which house the rollers, and one sphered outer ring. Spherical roller bearings work similarly to self-aligning double-row ball bearings but can accommodate heavier loads. Most spherical roller bearings contain a steel or brass cage. These materials are used for their strength, durability, and resistance to a variety of environmental factors. Raceway, cage, and roller designs affect the performance of spherical roller bearings.