One-row, or single-row, caged cylindrical roller bearings are available in six primary designs. Inside and outside ring configurations vary to accommodate different application designs.
Two-row, or double-row, cylindrical bearings offer added radial capacity over traditional one-row types.
Four-row cylindrical bearings have an extremely high radial load capacity, but no thrust capacity. This bearing type is mostly used in roll neck and work roll applications in the metal rolling industry.
The Timken® ADAPT™ bearing combines the best of cylindrical and spherical roller bearing designs to offer the high capacity and reliability needed in continuous caster equipment.
Full complement cylindrical roller bearings meet the need for increased radial load carrying capacity by maximizing the number of rollers in a given envelope.
Cylindrical axle repair bearings are designed to replace the original bearings and seals on axles that are still in good condition, but whose original bearing and/or seal contact paths are not suitable for continued use.