CR40 CRS40 CRSB40 Stud Type Track Roller Cam Follower With Cage Guidance
Features of Track Rollers
CR40S stud-type track roller bearing with a screwdriver slot and lip seals handles moderate radial and shock loads in cam- and track-type applications. This track roller bearing, also called a cam follower, has a thick-walled outer ring that helps minimize deformation under heavy radial and shock loads.
It has a non-separable, threaded stud-type design for through-hole or threaded mounting, a screwdriver slot on the flange end that helps keep the stud from turning while tightening the mounting nut, and a full complement of needle rollers for a higher radial load-carrying capacity than caged rollers. This track roller is made of bearing steel treated with black oxide for corrosion protection. Its operating temperatures range from -30 to +110 degrees C.
All inch-series stud-type track rollers with a screwdriver slot can be relubricated through the flanged end of the stud. Sizes 12 and larger can also be relubricated through the threaded end of the stud and through a cross-drilled hole in the stud shank. Both stud ends accept a standard nominal inch drive-type grease lubrication fitting (not included).
All Stud-type track rollers come with lubrication fitting plugs for closing off unused holes.
This track roller bearing meets for quality assurance and is suitable for use in a broad range of applications including process transfer lines, ram support rollers, conveyors, machine tools, and indexing equipment, among others.
Dimensions and Capacities of CR Track Rollers
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