Load directions for Extreme Bearings

Extreme Bearing units are intended for loads acting vertically towards the base plate support. Therefore, if the bearing housing is supported over its entire base, loads are limited only by the load limits of the bearing insert. If loads acting in other directions occur or if the housing is not supported over its entire base area, check that the magnitude of the load is permissible for the bolt assembly attached to the machine frame.

Load directions for type EXF 4 bolt flange bearings

The load capability is limited by the bolt fastening

Loads acting vertically toward the base plate

Type EXF 4 bolt flange bearings

Load directions for type EXF 4 bolt flange bearings
Load directions for type EXF 4 bolt flange bearings
Load directions for type EXF 4 bolt flange bearings

EXS pillow block bearings

Load directions for EXS pillow block bearings
Load directions for EXS pillow block bearings
Load directions for EXS pillow block bearings

Type EXW 2 bolt flange bearings

Load directions for type EXW 2 bolt flange bearings
Load directions for type EXW 2 bolt flange bearings
Load directions for type EXW 2 bolt flange bearings

Type EXL 3 bolt flange bearings

Load directions for type EXL 3 bolt flange bearings
Load directions for type EXL 3 bolt flange bearings
Load directions for type EXL 3 bolt flange bearings stainless steel

Type EXT Take-up bearings

Load directions for type EXT Take-up bearings
Load directions for type EXT Take-up bearings
Load directions type EXT Tapered pillow block bearings

Type EXC Tapered pillow block bearings

Load directions type EXC Tapered pillow block bearings
Load directions type EXC Tapered pillow block bearings
Load directions type EXT Tapered pillow block bearings

Tensioner stud

The EXF bearing unit can be provided with a tensioner stud. In that case, the load can act in the opposite direction to the threaded rod. This is a unique feature of this type of Extreme Bearing.

Tensioner stud
Tensioner stud
Tensioner stud