Insert Bearings are specifically designed for mounting on shafts without using adapters, lock-nuts, or shoulders. They are popular in many applications because of their versatility. Some of the industries that use these insert bearings are conveyors, food and beverage processing, and packaging to name a few. The bearing is typically locked in place. The inner ring usually extends on both sides of the bearing to provide extra shaft support.
The insert elements consist of a cage, sprags - number in relation to the shaft size - and a spring to preload the friction contact between the sprags and the mating parts.
Insert elements are not self-centering and require additional bearing support for proper function.
In addition to the insert elements, we offer the GMN Roller bearings.
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Insert elements could be found in almost all kind of industries and applications with little mounting space available. Read More
We have provided you with a set of instructions for installing our equipment. Read More