In spherical roller thrust bearings the load is transmitted from one raceway to the other at an angle to the bearing axis . The bearings are therefore suitable to accommodate radial loads in addition to simultaneously acting axial loads. Another important characteristic of spherical roller thrust bearings is their self-aligning capability. This makes the bearings insensitive to shaft deflection and misalignment of the shaft relative to the housing.
Axial Spherical roller thrust bearings incorporate a large number of asymmetrical rollers and have specially designed raceways with an optimum conformity. They can therefore support very heavy axial loads and permit relatively high speed operation.
spherical roller thrust bearings are produced in two designs depending on the size and series. Bearings up to and including size 68 identified by the designation suffix E have a pressed steel window-type cage which, with the rollers, forms a non-separable assembly with the shaft washer. All other bearings have a machined brass or steel cage which is guided by a sleeve held in the shaft washer bore.
29412 E 29413E 29414 E 29415 29416 29317 29417 E E1. MB
29318 29418 29320 29420 29322 29422 29324 29424 E E1.MB
29326 29426 29328 29428 29230 29330 29430 E E1.MB
29332 29432 29334 29434 29236 29336 29436 E
29338 29438 29240 29340 29440 29244 29344 29444 E
29248 29348 29448 29252 29352 29452 29256 E