Tapered Roller Bearings
Tapered roller bearings are roller bearings with conical rollers. These bearings are designed to support heavy radial loads and heavy thrust loads in one direction. Tapered roller bearings are generally separable; for example, the cone, consisting of the inner ring with roller assembly, can be mounted separately from the cup (outer ring). Both 'metric' and 'inch' tapers are offered; the only difference being the dimensions of the measure for the bearings.

UBC's tapered roller bearings are divided into three types depending on the contact angle. Double row and multi-row tapered roller bearings are also available. Pressed steel and pin-type cages are generally the most commonly used. Regarding UBC tapered roller bearing units CARTRIDGE, please contact UBC Technical Support.

UBC's tapered roller bearings are widely used in gear drives and reducers, automotive front and rear axles, guide box in bar and rod mills, conveyor and transfer equipments and many more.