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Track Runner Bearings




Cam Rollers
Cam Rollers :

Cam rollers are a type of track runner bearings based on ball bearings. Track runner bearings are designed to run on all types of tracks and to be used in cam drives, conveyor systems, etc. These bearings have a thick-walled outer ring, which enables them to accommodate shock loads, while reducing distortion and bending stresses. The outer ring running surface is crowned as standard. This is beneficial for applications where angular misalignment relative to the track may occur or where edge stresses need to be minimized. With the exception of single row cam rollers, track runner bearings are also available with a cylindrical (flat) outer ring running surface.

 

Support Rollers
Support Rollers :

SKF support rollers have an internal design very similar to that of a needle or cylindrical roller bearing. They are characterized by a thick-walled outer ring that enables them to accommodate shock loads while reducing distortion and bending stresses. The outer ring running surface is crowned as standard. However, support rollers with a cylindrical (flat) running surface are available for certain applications. These pre-greased, ready-to-mount units are suitable for all types of cam drives, tracks and conveyor systems.

 

Cam Followers
Cam Followers :

SKF cam followers have an internal design very similar to that of a needle or cylindrical roller bearing. They are characterized by a thick-walled outer ring that enables them to accommodate shock loads while reducing distortion and bending stresses. The outer ring running surface is crowned as standard. However, cam followers with cylindrical (flat) running surfaces are available for certain applications. Instead of an inner ring, cam followers have a solid stud (pin) that is threaded so that the cam follower can be quickly and easily attached to appropriate machine components by means of a hexagonal nut.