· Low friction:
The optimized roller design on the ribs and the finish of the rib surface promote the formation of a lubricant film, thereby reducing friction. This also reduces frictional heat and flange wear. In addition, the bearings can better maintain the preload and reduce the noise level during operation.
· long lasting :
The basic design of the bearing and the convex raceway logarithmic raceway shape optimizes the load distribution along the contact surface, reduces the stress peak at the end of the roller, and reduces the sensitivity to misalignment and shaft deflection. Conventional straight lines.
· Improve operational reliability:
The optimal surface treatment of the roller and raceway contact surfaces facilitates the formation of hydrodynamic lubricant film.
· Roller contour and size consistency:
Roller manufacturing tolerances and dimensional accuracy in tapered roller bearings are so precise that they are almost identical. This provides the best load distribution to reduce noise and vibration levels and enables more accurate pretensioning.
· Rigid bearing applications:
A single row tapered roller bearing usually needs to be adjusted together with another tapered roller bearing. By applying a preload, rigid bearing applications can be achieved.
· Run-in phase of peak temperature drop:
Tapered roller bearings usually have a running-in period, during which conventionally designed tapered roller bearings experience a lot of friction and wear. This effect is noticed as a temperature peak.
· Separable and interchangeable:
Depending on the design, tapered roller bearings are separable, and parts of the same size bearing can be completely interchanged. For example, a single-row tapered roller bearing is a separate type, that is, the inner ring (cone inner ring) with a roller and cage assembly can be installed separately from the outer ring (cone outer ring). This helps with the installation, removal and maintenance of inspection procedures.