Cylindrical Roller Bearings

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The main difference between cylindrical roller bearings and other bearing styles is in the name – they use cylinders as the rolling elements as opposed to the balls you’d find in ball bearings. The cylinders are slightly greater in length than diameter. Compared to ball bearings, cylindrical rollers have a greater radial load capacity. The cylindrical roller design also allows these parts to accept relatively faster speeds than other styles of roller bearings.

There are multiple types of cylindrical roller bearings. Single row cylindrical rollers are the most popular and are separable, which makes for easier mounting and dismounting. However, these may not be able to support the radial load of certain applications. Double row and multi-row cylindrical roller bearings offer greater radial load capacity and can also transmit axial loads in one direction.

Like other styles, cylindrical roller bearings have various clearance and lubrication options available depending on the manufacturer and supplier. Cylindrical roller bearings can be made with a cage or as a full complement part.

4.134 Inch | 105 Millimeter x 5.709 Inch | 145 Millimeter x 1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING NNU-4921 MS P/5 Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Stainless Steel Double
Bearings with Housin Yes (with retaining

4.134 Inch | 105 Millimeter x 7.48 Inch | 190 Millimeter x 1.417 Inch | 36 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING N-221E C/3 Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Radial Single Row
3332 Standard

4.331 Inch | 110 Millimeter x 7.874 Inch | 200 Millimeter x 1.496 Inch | 38 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING N-222 M Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Clear Anodize 60
[Steel] Steel Available
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