Tapered Roller Bearing

Tapered Roller Bearing

With a wide range of designs to choose from, MEGHA tapered roller bearings are also customizable to match your specific speed, load, contamination, temperature or vibration conditions.

MEGHA Tapered roller bearings feature a cup and cone assembly. The cup is comprised of the outer ring and the cone assembly consists of inner ring, rollers, and cage. This bearing construction accommodates combined loads and provides low friction during operation. By adjusting one single row tapered roller bearing against a second tapered roller bearing and applying a preload, a rigid bearing application can be achieved.

MEGHA tapered roller bearings are also made to Explorer class. MEGHA Explorer combines our expertise in bearing design, tribology, metallurgy, lubrication and manufacturing. MEGHA Explorer tapered roller bearings are typically used in bearing solutions where there is a need to increase performance, reduce friction or increase power density in applications.

MEGHA tapered roller bearings are designed to accommodate combined loads, i.e. simultaneously acting radial and axial loads. The projection lines of the raceways meet at a common point on the bearing axis to provide a true rolling action and therefore low frictional moments during operation. The axial load carrying capacity of tapered roller bearings increases with increasing contact angle α. The size of the contact angle, which is usually between 10° and 30°, is related to the calculation factor e the larger the value of e, the larger the contact angle.

Features and benefits

  • Low friction, noise, and vibration
  • Long service life
  • Enhanced operational reliability even under difficult conditions
  • Running-in period with reduced temperature peaks
  • Separable and interchangeable components help to facilitate mounting, dismounting and maintenance