Inserts

Inserts

A bearing used as an insert may be either part of a full commercial housing or assembled in a unit or directly in the structure of a machine without the need for any other elements in-between. Its outer surface may be rounded or cylindrical.

The inner ring may be locked on the shaft with grub screws, eccentric rings or adapter sleeves and comes in various lengths, and for this purpose there are indeed various versions also for the same type of bearing. Another variant, which expands the fields of use, consists of the different seals, which are suitable also for operation in contaminated workplaces.

Typology Series available
Ball cam followers and track rollers LR6, LR2 2RS, LR50 2RS, LR52 2RS, LR53 2RS, LR52 2RSX, LR53 2RSX, LR52 ZZ, LR53 ZZ, LR52 ZZX, LR53 ZZX, ZL, ZLR, ZLRE, KR52
Cylindrical o.d. locking collar RALE NPP, PE
Idler sprockets KSR LO, KSR BO
Rubber cartridges RABRA, RABRB, RCRA, RCRB, CRB, RCSMA, RCSMB
Spherical o.d. adapter mounting GEKPPB3
Spherical o.d. locking collar GE KRRB, GRAE NPPB, RALE NPPB, GE KRRB, E KRRB, RAE NPPB, GNE KRRB, NE KRRB, GE KTTB, GE KLLB
Spherical o.d. setscrew locking device GAY NPPB, AY NPPB, GYE KRRB, GSH RRB
Wide inner ring bearings 2 KRR, 2 KKRRAH, GLE KRRB, GVK KTTB, SK KRRB
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