Month: September 2016

Non-Standard or Specialised Ball Bearings

Blog | September 26th, 2016

Many distinctive engineering applications require non-standard or specialised ball bearings to solve unique issues. These devices function as efficiently as their commonplace cousins, but they serve in uncommon situations. Unusually sized drive shafts with proprietary keyways represent a not so typical example of this practice, as do obsolete standards that didn’t find universal adoption. Whatever […]

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What are Pillow Block Bearings?

Blog | September 19th, 2016

Pillow block bearings merge the familiar rounded profile of a standard bearing into the metal block of a pedestal to form a unified whole. The resulting outline is flat on the bottom and round on top, so it can be mounted to a fixed flat surface while the round aperture remains clear and ready for […]

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