thrust roller bearings

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Thrust bearings are designed for side or axial loads, and cannot handle much radial load at all. The rolling element in a thrust bearing can be a ball, needle or roller. Thrust bearings come in both metric and inch sizes. Dimensions to consider when searching are the bore, the outside diameter and the overall width.These bearings consist of a stamped or machined cage and rollers. The cage retaining the rollers is paired with thrust washers that act as raceways. Thrust bearings can be used without thrust washers when the faces of adjacent machine components can serve as raceways, allowing the machine to be even more compact.


Many motors and machines use combination bearings which resolve both axial and radial forces with one bearing. These can be tapered roller bearings such as those used on automotive wheels, cup type ball bearings working in unison such as those on small ball bearing wheels on wagons and carts.


120 mm x 180 mm x 25 mm IKO CRBC 12025 UU thrust roller bearings

Contact Seals C3
7000 rpm 8300 rpm

Timken 120TP153 thrust roller bearings

85 71 kN
71 44

NTN 24864K30 thrust roller bearings

60/950 180,000 mm
950,000 mm 1360,000 mm

ISB NR1.14.0544.200-1PPN thrust roller bearings

AST 95
100 100.000

SKF AXK 1730 thrust roller bearings

13.0 in 36194 lbf
Split Cylindrical Ex 10.6 in

NTN 294/500 thrust roller bearings

21700 N / Static loa 44,6 mm
1 mm 0,25 kg / Weight

SKF NRT 395 A thrust roller bearings

57,7 mm 67 mm
114,3 mm 57,7 mm

Toyana 29352 M thrust roller bearings

0,041 Kg Timken
9103KD 10 mm

SKF NRT 200 A thrust roller bearings

149 mm 40
100 mm 25 mm

1000 mm x 1670 mm x 155 mm ISB 294/1000 M thrust roller bearings

12,7 mm 30.2
254 KDX090

Toyana 89416 thrust roller bearings

39 NA 49/22
22x39x17 0,076 Kg