This is the most basic and most widely used type of tapered roller bearing. It is typically mounted in opposing pairs on a shaft.
The pin type design increases the load-carrying capacity of TS bearings by removing cage bridges, leaving more room for rollers, and by featuring longer rollers.
TSF bearings have flanged cups to facilitate axial location and accurately align seats in through-bored housings.
TSU bearings are self-contained, unitized assemblies that carry heavy radial
loads and can manage thrust loads in either direction.
TSL bearings are similar to TS bearings, but feature DUO FACE-PLUS™ seals pressed onto the outside diameter of the cone rib.
For more than 50 years, Timken has offered a wide array of precision-class tapered roller bearings that deliver superior accuracy and control in critical applications.
This bearing features a TSF design with a groove to accommodate a snap ring instead of a flange.
The Timken® Hydra-Rib™’s floating rib design compensates for thermal growth variations while maintaining the optimum setting and accuracy for a variety of speeds and loads.
Featuring one or more keyways, the TSK bearing is used in applications where it is not practical to use an interference fit.
Timken precision crossed roller bearings (TXR) are designed to offer the highest levels of rotational accuracy and rigidity while conserving space and saving material costs.
Timken MileMate sets – the original matched wheel bearing sets – are designed to keep trucks up and moving. Our matched cup and cone sets are built for superior results and less downtime.
Sets in the 454-Series are specially designed to handle two-inch outset loads, providing flexibility of wheel arrangements and consistency within fleets.
Timken® fuel efficient bearings are used in automotive axles to improve fuel economy, reduce weight, lower operating temperatures, minimize noise and increase reliability.