S-type bearings and clamping frame bearings
S-type bearing are housing bearings with two slots, which allows them to be axially displaced (loaded). Clamping frame bearings are ready-to-mount clamping frames made of steel sheet for easy installation and already contain a s-type bearing in suitable dimensions.
Note: Bearing inserts with an eccentric ring are often referred to as S-type bearings. See our overview of bearing inserts.
Are you looking for an S-type bearing or possibly a more specialised housing bearing?
Bearing inserts with an eccentric ring are often referred to as S-type bearings.
Standard housing product range
|ABEG designation||Design||Available in ABEG® performance classes|
UCT-201 to UCT-218
Cap housing bearings
UCT-305 to UCT-328 (heavy-duty design)
|UCT-2...-xx||Clamping frame bearing, steel sheet frame|
shaft diameter 20 mm to 75 mm
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Product range of bearings inserts according to JIS
|ABEG designation||Design||available in ABEG® performance classes|
|EN||S-type bearing with eccentric, inner ring elongated on one side|
|EW||S-type bearing with eccentric, inner ring elongated on both sides|
|UB||Bearing insert with grub screw, elongated on one side|
Bearing insert with grub screw, inner ring elongated on both sides
|UK||Bearing insert with conical inner ring|
(installation with adapter sleeve)
|NC||Bearing insert with slotted inner ring and clamp ring with cylinder head bolt|
|ZK||Bearing insert Z-LOCK special lock, similar to UK|
with integrated adapter sleeve (patented)
Installation on shaft tolerance
Find out more here: Bearing inserts for housing bearings, including conversion tables
Housing bearings and their inserts are generally provided with initial lubrication ex works. We therefore do not recommend lubricating the bearings with a large quantity of grease again after installation and before putting them into operation.
Tip: After installation, it is possible to check whether the relubrication feature is working properly by carrying out a lubrication attempt. If the lubricant leaks between the housing and the bearing insert, please check to ensure that the bearing insert is positioned correctly in the housing.
Housings are made of gray cast iron according to EN-GIL-200/250 as standard. If higher strength properties are required, housings according to EN-GJS-400/450/500 are available.
Stainless steel housings are made of AISI304 or AISI316 and are therefore also highly resistant to salt water.
Plastic housing bearings are made of a technical polymer, which can also have anti-bacterial properties, depending on the requirements.
Housings made of steel sheet are supplied in a galvanized finish as standard. On request, we also offer them with a bright finish for customized coating/painting.
Please learn about the materials in the bearing inserts in the corresponding product group.
|D1||pre-greased with lithium soap grease, can be relubricated|
|D2||like D1, but with three lubrication holes in the outer ring of the bearing insert for compatibility with European designs|
|M1||like D1, but the bearing insert is treated with a black oxide coating for corrosion protection|
|L3||bearing insert with three-lip seal|
|E||NEW: “semi-solid” base design for higher loads despite a decrease in weight|
|K2||high-temperature design, seal containing silicone|
|K3||non-contact seals for high speeds (fans)|
|S3||100% noise-tested, for example for fans, with anti-twist protection|
|S5||combination of K3 + S3 + increased accuracy for bearing clearance, and tighter tolerances|
|Y1||standard roller bearing steal with ceramic balls|
|Y2||made of stainless steel with ceramic balls|
|Y3||made of stainless steel with ceramic balls and solid lubricant|
|Y7||bearing insert made of special stainless steel, cage made of fluorine resin|