Angular contact ball bearings handle simultaneous radial and axial loads. The design of their inner and outer ring raceways oppose each other in the direction of the bearing axis. Angular contact ball bearings are recommended for applications with moderate-to-high radial loads and low-to-moderate axial loads. They are often used in industrial gearboxes, pumps, and compressors.
Single-Row Angular Contact Bearings
These single-row angular contact bearings are for general purpose applications in which the axial load is in one direction only. They are stand-alone bearings and are not designed to be combined, or matched, with another bearing.
Open – 40 ° Contact Angle
Single-Row Angular Contact Bearings Open – 40 ° Contact Angle, sorted by Bore Diameter, ascending
Duplex Angular Contact Bearings
These duplex angular contact bearings support axial loads in both directions when arranged back-to-back.
Open – 15 ° Contact Angle
Duplex Angular Contact Bearings Open – 15 ° Contact Angle, sorted by Bore Diameter, ascending
Open – 17 ° Contact Angle
Duplex Angular Contact Bearings Open – 17 ° Contact Angle, sorted by Bore Diameter, ascending