RENK horizontal bearings

Thrust bearings ‒ D type

RENK thrust bearings in the D range are suitable for absorbing high axial and radial forces, include shock type forces, regardless of the rotation and load direction.

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Pedestal bearing ‒ HG type

RENK pedestal bearings in the HG range are self-lubricating slide bearings for high levels of radial and axial stress and were developed primarily for the mounting of hydro generators and electrical machines in stationary applications on land.

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Thrust bearings ‒ AXILUS® LA type

RENK thrust bearings in the AXILUS® LA range are designed to absorb high axial forces and are used in shipbuilding to absorb the thrust of the propeller as well as in general mechanical engineering applications or in the field of electrical engineering to absorb large axial forces in horizontal machine shafts.

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Marine shaft bearings ‒ RADILUS® LR type and SN type

RENK marine shaft bearings in the RADILUS® LR and SN ranges are the proven standard for conventional marine propulsion systems with shaft lines. Both types are self-lubricating and can be configured as supporting bearings or journal bearings ‒ available with a lower shell only ‒ depending on the requirements.

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Pedestal bearing ‒ SC type

RENK pedestal bearings in the SC range are optimized for stationary use as radial bearings in land applications and can also absorb moderate axial loads. They are primarily used in electrical machines.

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Engine bearing ‒ SM type

RENK flange-mounted bearings in the SM series were specially developed for use as an engine bearing in naval applications. Designed for steeply inclined positions, the construction enables self-lubricating and therefore extremely quiet operation.

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Rolling mill bearing – WG type

RENK rolling mill bearings in the WG range are designed for extreme axial strain. They were developed primarily for the mounting of rolling mill drive units and large electrical machines in which high axial loads occur at low speeds and a high level of protection against damage must be ensured at extreme loads.

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