Radial ROLLER BEARINGS & hub (no axial roller)

radial roller bearings with weldable hub

These radial roller bearings can be used as an alternative to the standard combined roller bearing. Usually it is preferable to use the combined roller bearing as the side (axial) roller helps prevent crabbing, but in some situations it might be better to use a radial roller instead.

Each bearing has a corresponding steel section (channel) and is available with mounting plate for ease of assembly. Calculate which size you need.

 

Read our technical information on Combined Roller Bearings or view our application examples.

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Catalogue Data Sheet

radial combi bearing
Part Number D T d H h B r Profile Plate
2.2062 62 42 30 36.5 29.5 20 3 2890 PL0
2.2070 70.1 48 35 42 34 23 4 2867
3018
PL1
2.2077 77.7 53 40 45.5 34 23 4 2810 PL2
2.2088 88.4 59 45 54 41 30 4 2811
3020
PL3
2.2107 107.7 71 60 65.5 51.5 31 5 2862 PL4
2.2123 123 80 60 67.8 51.5 37 5 2891
3353
PL4
2.2149 149 103 60 74 54 45 3 2757 PL6

All dimensions are in mm and loads are in kN. Weight is in kg.

radial roller bearing dimension drawing

LOAD CAPACITIES

Static and Dynamic Load Capacities for radial and axial rollers. If used with mating steel profile, the limiting load is the Hertzian Pressure.

Part Number C C0
2.2062 39 65
2.2070 56 93
2.2077 57 101
2.2088 82 134
2.2107 96 174
2.2123 131 243
2.2149 183 353

C = Dynamic Load Capacity for Radial Roller
C0 = Static Load Capacity for Radial Roller

Related Products and Links

Mounting plates for combined bearings
Standard channels (rails / steel profiles) for standard, eccentric and shim adjustable bearings
Flanged clamps for fixing channels
Standard combined bearings
Technical data for combined roller bearings and steel profiles
Hertzian pressure calculations
Application Examples for combined roller bearings and steel profiles
Vulkollan combined roller bearings