One-piece needle-roller bearings are distinguished from open-ended drawn cup needle roller bearings by their machined outer ring made of roller bearing steel. As a result, these products do not require rigid support in the outer ring, and the housing can be manufactured from aluminum, steel or cast materials.
available in ABEG® performance classes
NK, NKS NKI, NKIS, NA-48, NA-69
needle-roller bearing with lip and no inner ring needle-roller bearing with lip and inner ring
needle-roller bearing with lip and no inner ring needle-roller bearing with lip and inner ring sealed on one side
double-row needle-roller bearing with lip and no inner ring double-row needle-roller bearing with lip and inner ring
needle-roller bearing with no lip and no inner ring needle-roller bearing with no lip and with inner ring
double-row needle-roller bearing with no lip and no inner ring double-row needle-roller bearing with no lip and with an inner ring
Needle-roller bearings (one-piece) with inner ring
One-piece needle-roller bearings with an inner ring consist of a needle roller and cage assembly, a machined outer ring, and a removable inner ring.
Rolling bearing damage can have a wide variety of causes and is not necessarily caused by a faulty original product. However, most companies are unable to carry out a detailed damage analysis – good thing Findling Wälzlager’s experts can provide further assistance here: Damage analysis is part of the service portfolio. Findling Wälzlager acts as an independent partner that looks into the causes of the ball bearing defects and helps solve problems.
Combined radial/thrust bearings hold a special position among rolling bearings: They are capable of simultaneously handling very large radial and axial forces and are characterized by their particularly compact design. Findling Wälzlager offers combined bearings in a wide variety of designs and rolling member pairings.
Thin-section bearings are great for solving problems in applications where there is little installation space, but only if they are selected and used professionally. Findling Wälzlager GmbH has built up special expertise in this regard. This allows typical problems to be avoided from the outset, and the customer benefits from consistently high quality standards, regardless of whether they’re in the standard or premium segments.
There are a lot of popular misconceptions when it comes to the selection of roller bearings. A good example of this is the myth regarding the load capacity of roller bearings: the specification of the load factor in the catalog and above all the overall correct technical specification are both crucial in determining the performance of a bearing. When making the right selection, the bearing clearance and fit also play a decisive role in addition to the cage.
Extremely hot or particularly cold: Not a problem for the latest addition to Findling’s ABEG® eXtreme series. The Xtemp bearings, which will be available soon, are adapted to extreme operating conditions, particularly when it comes to the factors of materials, lubrication, and sealing.
The use of inner rings ground without twisting, for example in conjunction with radial shaft seals, comes with a series of advantages: Among other things, this makes it possible to prevent lubricants from leaking and increases the service life of the sealing lips. Findling now also offers these components in two performance classes. A high degree of automation during production also allows large-scale production to benefit from attractive conditions and a maximum level of efficiency as well…