Rollway Products

Cylindrical Roller Bearings are designed to allow heavy radial loads at high speeds. They consist of cylindrical shaped rollers guided by ribs on either the outer or inner ring.
Rollway Tandem Thrust Bearings were originally designed and patented by Rollway Bearing Corp in 1945, patent #2374820. Tandem (or Multistage) bearings designs allow for a high thrust capacity in a small envelope size.
The unmounted bearing assembly consist of thorough hardened housing and shaft plate (raceways). The assembly also consists of cylindrical rolling elements separated by a centrifugally cast brass retainer (cage).
ROLLWAY® Journal bearings feature through hardened bearing quality steel raceways, with an oil hole in the outer raceway. They also feature "trunion style" rollers and a non-separable steel retainer (cage) assembly.
These bearings have two rows of balls and a spherical outer raceway. This allows misalignments caused by shaft deflection or variations in housing alignment
The unmounted bearing assembly consist of thorough hardened housing and shaft plate (raceways). The assembly also consists of cylindrical rolling elements separated by a centrifugally cast brass retainer (cage).
The single acting thrust ball bearings are designed to carry only one directional axial load. Double acting ball bearings can carry axial loads in 2 directions.
The balls are supported in both radial and axial direction. This is due to the deep grooves in the raceways of both inner and outer rings. This allows the bearing to compensate for small misalignments.
Spherical roller bearings are designed to provide for heavy loads, shaft misalignment and deflection.
Spherical roller thrust bearings are utilized to accommodate heavy thrust loads. This is due to the raceways being inclined to the bearings axis.
Tapered Roller Bearings are designed to take Radial and Thrust loads from one direction.
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