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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.

A built-in thrust ball bearing reduces wear from adjacent shaft components, while the needle-roller bearing supports radial loads. Spherical-Roller Bearings Two rows of rollers give these bearings load capacities over five times higher than comparably sized tapered-roller bearings.


ISO 81240 thrust roller bearings

32 mm 12.7 mm
17 mm -20 °C

Toyana 29396 M thrust roller bearings

78 mm 15.5 mm
3.7 Nm 17.46 mm

200 mm x 280 mm x 35,3 mm ISB 29240 M thrust roller bearings

-20 °C 12mm
36.6 mm 5.5 Nm

ISO 89309 thrust roller bearings

0.41 Hz 15.88 mm
24.2 kN Cone

60 mm x 90 mm x 13 mm ISB CRBH 6013 A thrust roller bearings

Mobilgrease XHP222 Triple Lip
215 Series 517 SERIES (215 - 30

SNR 22319EF800 thrust roller bearings

UC209-27G2T04 260 mm
SP208-210/85N- 8 Nm

130 mm x 270 mm x 54 mm SKF 29426E thrust roller bearings

4 Open
Double Row 2.56

SKF K81213TN thrust roller bearings

6.65 kN 94 mm
51 mm M6x1

NACHI 350XRN47 thrust roller bearings

FL210- M6x1
197 mm 16 mm

360 mm x 500 mm x 25 mm KOYO 29272 thrust roller bearings

46.4 mm FC211N-
30 mm 100 °C