Schaeffler Australia

 
 
 
 
 
 
Fluid Technology

Product range

 

Single row cylindrical roller bearings

  • N, NJ, NU, and NUP
  • also available as full complement or double row bearings
  • high radial loads
  • accurate radial guidance due to a narrow radial clearance
 
 

Single row angular contact ball bearings

  • are used primarily as thrust bearings, mounted singly or in tandem (in a tandem arrangement, they can accommodate high thrust loads)
  • suitable for radial loads and high thrust loads in one direction
  • also available with an FP cage for pumps used to pump ammonia (pumps)
  • type “B“ with a 40° contact angle can accommodate higher thrust loads (pumps)
  • also available with seals
  • newly developed pressed cages with an optimized cage geometry
 
 

Double row angular contact ball bearings

  • are used primarily as thrust bearings, mounted singly or in tandem (in a tandem arrangement, they can accommodate high thrust loads).
  • suitable for radial loads and high thrust loads in one direction
  • also available with an FP cage for pumps used to pump ammonia
  • type “B“ with a 40° contact angle can accommodate higher thrust loads
  • also available with seals
  • newly developed pressed cages with an optimized cage geometry
 
 

Spherical roller bearings

  • are used in pumps that are subjected to great stress, involving increased shaft deflections and misalignments
  • can accommodate radial and thrust loads at the same time
  • suitable for very high loads
  • self-aligning (up to 2°)
  • are dimensionally stabilized up to an operating temperature of 200°C
 
 

Tapered roller bearings

  • high thrust and radial loads
  • accurate radial guidance due to a narrow axial clearance
 
 

Deep groove ball bearings

  • are used primarily as floating bearings, less frequently as locating bearings
  • suitable for high speeds
  • also available with seals
  • grease-lubricated deep groove ball bearings are suitable for high n x dm values
  • depending on the specific application, for-life lubrication is possible, i.e. no relubrication is required
 
 

Four point bearings

  • are used in compressors primarily as thrust bearings, no accommodation of radial loads
  • can accommodate high thrust loads in both directions as well as low radial loads
  • thanks to their split inner ring, they incorporate a large complement of balls, resulting in a higher load carrying capacity
  • thanks to their split inner ring: a machined cage makes them suitable for high speeds
  • accurate axial guidance due to a narrow axial clearance
  • compact bearings – no separate retainer bearing required