Plastic Bearings

(157 companies)
Plastic bearings are used in wet and corrosive environments, clean environments, areas that are difficult to lubricate, and applications that require non-magnetic bearings.

Radial Ball Bearings

(370 companies)
Radial ball bearings are friction reduction, rotation devices that carry loads radially around its axis. A subtype of ball bearings, they operate through the use of lubricated steel balls placed between two circular guides. They are frequently called deep-groove bearings.

Aerospace Bearings

(97 companies)
Aerospace bearings are designed to meet the rigorous demands of aircraft control and aerospace applications.

Magnetic Bearings

(17 companies)
Magnetic bearings use an electromagnet to provide noncontacting, friction-free motion in rotary applications.

Spherical Plain Bearings

(202 companies)
Spherical plain bearings accommodate wide-ranging angular misalignment with a ball-and-socket type design. They are frequently used in linkages and control rod applications.

Ceramic Bearings

(102 companies)
Ceramic hybrid bearings, the most common type of ceramic bearing, are constructed of steel inner and outer rings with ceramic (typically Si3N4) balls in place of steel. Common types of ceramic bearings are angular contact and conrad.
Slewing rings and turntable bearings can accommodate axial, radial and moment loads. They are not mounted in a housing or on a shaft, but are instead mounted directly to a seating surface via mounting holes.

Tapered Roller Bearings

(347 companies)
Tapered roller bearings use rollers with different-sized diameters on each end. The rollers and accompanying bearing components can accomodate axial and radial loads.

Pivot Bearings

(12 companies)
Pivot bearings are used for pivotal, angular, or oscillating applications.
Hydrostatic bearings and hydrodynamic bearings are fluid film bearings that rely on a film of oil or air to create a clearance between the moving and stationary elements.

Pillow Block Bearings

(351 companies)
Pillow block bearings are mounted bearings that are used to provide load support for a rotating shaft 's axis.

Insert Bearings

(126 companies)
Insert bearings and wide inner ring bearings mount to shafts via setscrews or locking collars.
Ball screw support bearings are designed for use in ball or lead screw applications.
Spherical roller bearings are self-aligning bearings ideal for heavy-duty radial and axial loads. They utilize dual roller rows between a concave outer raceway and convex inner raceway to accommodate shaft deflection.

Hanger Bearings

(69 companies)
Hanger bearings are used as rotational bearings for drive and screw conveyor shafts that are enclosed with a housing or trough.