Cylindrical roller bearings
A cylindrical bearing is a rolling bearing that reduces the friction of a rotary motion by using cylinders as rolling elements. We can distinguish between single-row cylindrical bearings and full complement cylindrical bearings.
Single-row cylindrical roller bearings
Single-row cylindrical roller bearings are bearings that consist of a solid outer and inner ring and cylindrical rollers in a cage between them. The rollers are guided between the fixed collars of the inner or outer ring. Cylindrical roller bearings are very rigid, can support high radial loads and, thanks to the cage, are more suitable for higher speeds than full complement bearings. Inner and outer rings can be fitted separately so that assembly and disassembly is simple.
Types: N - NJ - NU - NUP
Series: 200, 300, 400, 1000, 2200 and 2300
Versions: E - EM - EMA - TVH
Full complement cylindrical bearings
Full complement cylindrical roller bearings are cylindrical roller bearings that contain the largest possible number of rollers. Due to the maximum number of rollers being present, they have a very high capacity for carrying radial loads. Full complement bearings are not suitable for high speeds due to their lack of a cage.
Full complement cylindrical roller bearings can be either single row or double row.
SL01, SL02, SL04, SL19 and SL19