Roulements à rouleaux de poussée
Thrust ball bearings, composed of bearing balls supported in a ring, can be used in low thrust applications where there is little axial load.
Cylindrical thrust roller bearings consist of small cylindrical rollers arranged flat with their axes pointing to the axis of the bearing. They give very good carrying capacity and are cheap, but tend to wear due to the differences in radial speed and friction which is higher than with ball bearings.
Tapered roller thrust bearings consist of small tapered rollers arranged so that their axes all converge at a point on the axis of the bearing. The length of the roller and the diameter of the wide and the narrow ends and the angle of rollers need to be carefully calculated to provide the correct taper so that each end of the roller rolls smoothly on the bearing face without skidding. These are the type most commonly used in automotive applications (to support the wheels of a motor car for example), where they are used in pairs to accommodate axial thrust in either direction, as well as radial loads. They can support greater thrust loads than the ball type due to the larger contact area, but are more expensive to manufacture.
- SIGMA 81106 roulements à rouleaux de poussée
- 28,575 mm
- 51 kN
- Timken T16050 roulements à rouleaux de poussée
- 15,88 mm
- 12 mm
- SKF GS 89438 roulements à rouleaux de poussée
- 1500 mm
- 23,5 mm
- Toyana 89413 roulements à rouleaux de poussée
- 258 mm
- 5,1 Kg
- NTN 29330 roulements à rouleaux de poussée
- 280 mm
- 22800 kN