Ball bearings are just one type of roller bearings, and are equipped with a roller between the inner and outer ring. This ensures it is capable of supporting a high load. Ball bearings are often divided into deep groove ball bearings, angular contact bearings and thrust ball bearings.
Deep groove ball bearings are perhaps the most common, as they simultaneously support both a pure radial load and combination load comprised of radial and axial loads. They are an excellent choice for high-axial, high speed working conditions.
While angular contact bearings will produce an axial component when supporting a radial load, they are generally used in pairs or rows. We offer a wide array of angular bearings for customers to choose from based on their requirements, including single-row angular contact bearings, double-row angular contact bearings and four-point angular contact bearings.
Thrust ball bearings are suitable for supporting axial loads under high speed conditions, but not radial loads.
In addition, users can choose retainers made of different materials according to their needs, including brass retainers, steel retainers, or other materials.