Inch bearing is composed of an inner ring, an outer ring, rolling elements, and a cage. The raceway groove is slightly larger than the radius of the ball, enabling the bearing to withstand both radial and bidirectional axial loads. In normal circumstances, inch bearing is used in pairs to minimize the induced load that causes internal axial forces by using radial load.
Inch Bearings offer a unique advantage with their English measurement system, making them the preferred choice for certain applications. Their precise construction allows for the creation of high-precision products. Additionally, their low friction coefficient and high limit speed make them a superior option for handling axial loads at high speeds, outperforming thrust ball bearings in these situations. Choose Inch Bearings for precision, durability, and superior performance.
Common applications: Lawn mower, Automobiles, electrical components, household appliances, construction machinery, agricultural machinery, and the others industrial machinery.