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The thrust ball bearings are classified into two kinds: unidirectional thrust bearing and bidirectional thrust bearing. The former can bear the axial force in one direction and the latter can bear he axial forces in two directions. Both unidirectional and bidirectional thrust ball bearings cannot bear any radial force.Ball bearings, or deep-groove bearings, extend the working life of equipment by enabling wheels, pulleys, and other rotating parts to reduce friction and move smoothly. Ball bearings have a series of round balls encased in a housing and support high axial or low-to-moderate radial loads.

 

These are thrust bearings containing cylindrical rollers. They can sustain only axial loads, but they are suitable for heavy loads and have high axial rigidity. The cages are machined brass.

 

SIGMA ESU 2010 44 thrust ball bearings

N/A 3.346 Inch | 85 Mill
57 mm Yes

ZEN F4-10 thrust ball bearings

5.5 Nm 102 mm
SCO206-30 30 mm

65 mm x 115 mm x 10 mm ISB 52216 thrust ball bearings

Roller Bearings 120 °C
10,000 rpm NTN

75 mm x 135 mm x 14 mm ISB 52218 thrust ball bearings

9 mm 170 °C
0.008 kg 7 mm

ISB 53210 U 210 thrust ball bearings

-20 °C Sans
120 °C 50 mm

FAG 53212 thrust ball bearings

2 Bolt Flange Rubberized
Non-Expansion Steel

FAG 51411 thrust ball bearings

3.63 kg 43.55 kN
55 mm 184 mm

75 mm x 130 mm x 25 mm FAG 7602075-TVP thrust ball bearings

UC209G2 32 mm
95.3 mm R1/8"

90 mm x 160 mm x 30 mm FAG 7602090-TVP thrust ball bearings

Normal Duty Baldor-Dodge
Crossville, TN - DC 782475958078

35 mm x 73 mm x 9 mm FAG 52209 thrust ball bearings

DuPont Krytox GPL 20 Steel
782476964528 Max Life Cage
1/15