Roulements à rouleaux coniques

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Tapered roller bearings feature a cup and cone assembly. The cup is comprised of the outer ring and the cone assembly consists of inner ring, rollers, and cage. This bearing construction accommodates combined loads and provides low friction during operation.Tapered roller bearing cones from Grainger let you carry maximum combinations of radial and thrust loads simultaneously. Roller-guiding inner-ring construction helps bearings glide smoothly. Nonlubricated bearing cones feature steel cages to help provide long-lasting durability. Use in lower-speed applications where there is a high degree.


Tapered roller bearings are uniquely designed to manage both thrust and radial loads. Consisting of a "tapered cup" and a "tapered cone", this design is one of the most basic and common styles in the bearing industry. Found in everything from cars to conveyor lines, tapered roller bearings are more versatile than any other bearing series. Our taper bearings are sold in sets with both the cup and the cone together.Tapered roller bearings consist of four basic components including: the cone (inner ring), the cup (outer ring), tapered rollers, and a cage (roller retainer). The cone, cup and rollers carry the load while the cage spaces and retains the rollers on the cone.