Take-up Ball Bearing Units

Take-up ball bearing units consist of an insert bearing and a housing. The take-up ball bearing unit assortment comprises insert bearing series and designs, with the main differences between the take-up units being the housing design, the locking method onto the shaft, the sealing solution, and the options for end covers and back seals. Explore the variety of take-up units and possible combinations available in the product details below.

The take-up ball bearing unit assortment comprises insert bearing series and designs, with the main differences between the take-up units being the housing design, the locking method onto the shaft, the sealing solution, and the options for end covers and back seals. Explore the variety of take-up units and possible combinations available in the product details below. Take-up units are typically mounted in take-up frames and are connected by an adjustment screw.

Standard of Take-up ball bearing units

  • Take-up units to ISO standards
  • Take-up units to North American standards
  • Take-up units to Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS)

Materials of Take-up ball bearing units

  • Cast iron - suitable for most applications.
  • Composite - a lightweight and corrosion-resistant alternative to cast iron.

Applications of Take-up ball bearing units

Here are examples of applications in which take-up ball bearing units might be used:​

  • Material handling, including elevator systems and conveyor systems
  • Food and beverage processing and packaging
  • Power transmissions