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Spherical radial roller bearings have a barrel shaped profile. This combined with a curved raceway allows relative motion between the rolling elements and raceways (internally self-aligning). Spherical roller bearings create an elliptical shaped contact area that is larger than a ball bearing making them ideal where static and dynamic misalignment is present.
Cylindrical radial roller bearings facilitate ease of mounting and dismounting, particularly where both races are an interference fit on their seating. The rolling elements create a line contact with the raceways and can handle relatively high radial loads. These bearings typically use cage separated rollers which allows for higher operating speeds. Cylindrical roller bearings can also accept incidental to light thrust loads.
McGill® Cam followers and track rollers provide antifriction solutions for translating rotation to linear motion or supporting either pure radial or combination thrust loads. McGill® Cam followers include heavy duty and standard duty models and are offered in either yoke type or stud type.