Since a bearing is a machine component that constrains relative motion between moving parts to only the desired motion while in operation the bearing used should have the quality to sustain various loads which are generated while operating the machine.

The purpose of a roller bearing is to reduce rotational friction and support radial and axial loads. Compared to ball bearings, roller bearings can support heavy radial loads and limited axial loads (parallel to the shaft).

Dynamic axial load carrying capacity of the roller bearing

Single row cylindrical roller bearings with flanges on both the inner and outer rings can support axial loads in addition to radial loads. Their axial load carrying capacity is primarily determined by the ability of the sliding surfaces of the roller end / flange contact to support loads.

Some Factors which can effect the load bearing capacity of the roller bearing are
Operating temperature
Heat dissipation from the bearing.

High load-carrying capability compared to other bearing types so that fatigue life is enhanced;

Some applications demand a high level of precision that cannot be achieved with standard roller bearings. This includes many machining, printing press and rolling mill applications where combinations of tight tolerances, high speeds and radial and thrust loads are present. To over come such parameter we manufacture and supply wide range of roller bearing which can sustain high load bearing capacity which is generally present in various application and to attain a low maintenance cost of the machine our roller bearing are widely accepted in national and international market for it robust and heavy duty operation.

Roller bearings combine the inherent high-load, radial/thrust capacity and direct/indirect mounting variables of tapered roller bearings into assemblies that provide maximum load rating in a minimum space.

Our Industry offers a wide array of precision-class roller bearings that deliver superior accuracy and control in critical applications.