Slewing Ring Bearings
from Kinematics Manufacturing, Inc.

Kinematics slewing bearings are a cost-effective design and performance enhancement option for rotary devices carrying heavy loads. Slewing rings have a compact design, which facilitates more ease of use and can be manufactured without teeth, with internal or external teeth, with balls and/or with... [See More]

  • Gear Options: External Gear Only
  • Element Type: Ball; Roller
  • Type: Single Row Ball Single Row Ball and Single Row Roller
  • Application Notes: Solar Trackers, Digger Derricks, Truck Cranes, Wind Turbines, Utility Equipment, Forestry, Hydraulic Equipment Attachments and Tire Handlers.
Slewing Ring Turnable Bearings -- Flanged
from SilverThin Bearing Group of Mechatronics Inc.

Four-point Contact Ball. Flanged cross-section on non-geared rings. Internal, external and non-gear. Clearance and preload. *Dimensions up to 60 ” OD. Available Capacities up to: Moment -. 141,000 ft-lbs to. 180,000 ft-lb. Thrust -. 175,000 ft-lbs to. 223,000 ft-lbs. Radial -. 35,000 lbs to. [See More]

  • Gear Options: No Integral Gears (optional feature); Internal Gear Only (optional feature); External Gear Only (optional feature)
  • Element Type: Ball
  • Type: Four Point Contact
  • Element Material: Steel
HS Series -- HS6-16E1Z
from KAYDON Corporation Bearings Division

Kaydon's HS series slewing ring bearings have rectangular cross sections that provide approximately twice the load capacity (moment ratings up to 139,900 ft-lbs) in the same envelope. HS series bearings provide Slewinfinite ™ solutions for medium- to heavy-duty applications. The internal... [See More]

  • Gear Options: External Gear Only
  • Element Type: Ball
  • Type: Four Point Contact
  • Application Notes: Small Cranes, Booms, Lifts, Robotics
Cross Roller Slewing Bearings -- Series 5000
from Rotek, Inc.

Rotek Cross-Roller slewing bearings offer increased stiffness and radial capacity. Series 5000 slewing bearings are built with V-groove raceways providing two roller paths in each ring. By alternating adjacent rollers at right angles to one another, one-half of the rollers transmit loads in one... [See More]

  • Gear Options: No Integral Gears (optional feature); Internal Gear Only (optional feature); External Gear Only (optional feature)
  • Element Type: Roller
  • Type: Cross Roller
  • Element Material: Steel