51332 Thrust Ball Bearing has one row of balls running between the shaft ring and the housing ring and can take high thrust loads – however, it is not designed to carry radial loads or operate at high speeds. Consisting of three main parts; a housing washer, a shaft and a caged ball bearing assembly. Benefits of using Thrust Ball Bearings include simple mounting and assembly plus axial loading.
Suited for applications such as Rail & Transport, Agricultural & Mining, Heavy Engineering, Steel Rolling & Transmissions. For a step-by-step guide to measuring a bearing click here. If you need any expert advice on which bearing to select or any other queries then please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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