Thrust Bearing

A thrust bearing is a bearing that supports an axial load. The axial load is transmitted to a collar connected to the shaft, and the thrust bearing supports the axial load by supporting this collar. -It is a type that is strong against vertical loads and can withstand very heavy loads. -Can withstand axial load, but cannot bear radial load.

– Bearing specifications: Bearing numbers are international standards. Among the 5-digit numbers, one digit indicating the height (width) series is omitted, so it is generally divided into 4-digit numbers.

– Thrust bearing specifications: The first and second digits are 7, 9, 1, 2.

Specification information

The first digit refers to the bearing type. The second digit refers to the outer diameter of the bearing, that is, the outer diameter (diameter) series.
The third and fourth digits indicate the inner diameter, which is the most important dimension of the bearing.
Except for the four numbers 00 (10mm), 01(12mm), 02(15mm), and 03(17mm), you usually use [number]*5.
You can find the inner diameter of that bearing.

Handling standards

- Handling thrust bearings (51100, 51101, 51102, 51103, 51104, 51105, 51106, 51107, 51108, 51109, 51110, 51200, 51201, 51202, 51203, 51204, 51205, 51206, 51207, 51208) Many

-Many manufacturers (SKF, FAG, INA, KBC, TIMKEN, NTN, KOYO, NSK, KOYO), etc.

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