Now producing a range of quarry & mining industry standard self-lube bearings

This range of bearing is designed to withstand the toughest of industries and has been improved and adapted to give added protection in poor environments providing a longer life expectancy than standard self-lube bearings.

Our range includes;

  • Pillow Blocks with webbed housing
  • Square flange housing units
  • Heavy-duty pillow blocks
  • Heavy-duty square flange housing units
  • Forged bearing housing
  • Split bearing housing
  • Spherical roller bearing
  • Plain wrapped bearings

Our Pillow block units are designed with extra strength housings and come complete with triple-sealed inserts for additional bearing protection.

Our 4 Hole Flange bearing range has been designed with similar features to the pillow block including extra strength housings in some sizes and fitted the triple-sealed bearing unit. The housings again comes with the preferred .1/8 BSP greasing facility.

Split Block Housings, provide precision fit caps and bases that are precisely aligned, simplifying the installation of heavy and awkward housings. Gives the fitter easier access for bearing assembly or replacement. (All housings stocked are made from cast iron for the range stocked).

Timken® spherical roller bearings are ideally suited for shaker screen applications because they are manufactured from the finest steels to the highest quality standards.

Distag QCS, ever-expanding range of Plain Wrapped bearings, Suitable for metric shaft sizes. Allows OEM’S a replaceable wear bushing to suit almost every application.

Take a look at our bearings range and catalogue

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