Spindle bearings are single-row angular contact bearings with restricted tolerances, making them suitable for the highest requirements on precision and quiet operation.
Other differences from single-row angular contact bearings are the contact angle (15° or 25°) and tolerance classes.
Spindle bearings are manufactured in the universal version as standard.
Spindle bearings are predominantly used in machine tools and applications in which the requirements in terms of accuracy and permitted speed are very high.
Spindle bearing up to bore Ø 360 mm.
Versions preferably with outer lip-riding window-type resin bonded fabric cage (temperature in longer-term operation max. + 100 °C).
Spindle bearings are predominantly manufactured in tolerance class P4S. Other tolerance classes such as P4, P2, P2S or HG can be manufactured on request.