Forcemac manufactures and supply the most comprehensive range of bearings, constant velocity joints, and other precision in construction machinery and mining equipment industry. We have a wide range bearing available in stock. Ball Bearings, Spherical Roller Bearings, Tapered Roller Bearings, Cylindrical Roller Bearings, Needle Roller Bearings. Forcemac covers all your bearing needs with its strong stock.
Our ball bearings are available to you off-the-shelf, in sizes ranging from 10 mm to 320 mm outside diameters. And with a virtually limitless variety of configurations of seals, shields, lubricants, internal clearances, and cage designs, there’s no reason to go anywhere else for your ball bearing needs.
Spherical Roller Bearings
Spherical roller bearings are dedicated to extremely severe applications and must support high loads, severe misalignment, contaminated environments, shocks, and vibrations. And with the industry’s highest load rating and production coming from a factory near you, there’s no reason to look anywhere else for spherical roller bearings.
Tapered Roller Bearings
Tapered roller bearings utilize conical rollers and raceways, arranged so that the rollers and raceways meet at a common apex. The rollers are guided by contact between the large end of the roller and a rib on the inner ring. This provides high capacity for radial and single thrust loads.
We offer premium tapered roller bearings. All our tapered roller bearings feature case-carburized components. Cups, cones, and rollers are made from case-hardened alloy steel of “Bearing Quality” to provide superior fatigue life and reliability. Precise control of heat treatment, dimensions, and surface finish of the components further contribute to reliable bearing performance.
Cylindrical Roller Bearings
Cylindrical roller bearings have rollers that provide a modified line contact with the cylindrical inner and outer ring raceways, while the rollers are guided by ground ribs on either the inner or outer ring. The cylindrical shape allows the inner ring to have axial movement relative to the outer ring. This is especially important when accommodating thermal expansion, where both rings must be press-fitted.
Needle Roller Bearings
Needle bearings feature a smaller cross-section, higher load-carrying capacity, greater rigidity, and lower inertia forces that facilitate size and weight reductions in machinery. They’re designed to withstand oscillation, perform under severe conditions, and interchange with sliding bearings.
Diverse types of needle bearings are available in a wide variety of sizes and tolerances, for a multitude of applications.