Roller Clutch Bearing Catalog (PDF)

Full Complement Bearing Construction
The full complement drawn cup bearing combines maximum capacity and low cost with the advantages of the drawn outer ring. The inward turned lips of the cup are used to mechanically retain the full complement of needle rollers to provide positive radial retention of the rollers even though it may be necessary to remove the shaft repeatedly during the servicing of the mechanism employing the bearing.

Caged Bearing Construction
Caged drawn cup bearings have a steel cage whichprovides inward retention of the needle rollers. The design provides maximum cage strength consistent with the long life requirements.Bearings with other cage designs are also available. Bearings with reinforced plastic cages are for use where operatingconditions permit.

Sealed Bearings
Drawn cup caged needle roller bearings are offered with integral seals. The seal lip design achieves a light and constant contact with the shaft throughout the range of mounting bearing clearances thereby ensuring positive sealing and low frictional drag. Sealed drawn cup bearings are intended to retain grease or non pressurized oil within a bearing while also preventing contaminants entering the raceway area.

Drawn Cup Roller Clutches
Both clutches and clutch and bearing assemblies are successfully applied in a wide range of commercial products where indexing, backstopping and overrunning operations must be performed reliably. Drawn Cup Roller Clutches are manufactured to commercial hardware standards and are used extensively in appliances, business machines, industrial and recreation equipment and a wide range of other applications.