Cylindrical roller bearings are one of the more widely used bearings. In fact, cylindrical roller bearings are very common in industry. Cylindrical roller bearings are bearings used in some large machinery and can be seen everywhere in the industry.
In modern industry, cylindrical roller bearings of size series and sizes are used. Most of them are single row bearings with cages. Single row and double row full roller bearings (without cage) complete the standard classification of general engineering. Cylindrical roller bearings with cages can withstand heavy radial loads and high-speed operation. Full roller bearings are suitable for very heavy radial loads at medium speeds.
For cylindrical roller bearings, the roller is an important part. Their geometry, the so-called logarithmic profile, provides an optimal stress distribution in the contact zone in the bearing. The surface finish maximizes the formation of lubricant film and optimizes the rolling motion of the rollers. From this, the benefits compared to traditional bearing designs include enhanced operational reliability and larger insensitive ring integral flange cylindrical roller bearings and cage assemblies that can be separated from other rings together. This leads to easy installation and removal, especially where the load conditions are such that the two rings required for interference fit.