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GET THRUST BALL BEARINGS FROM THE INDUSTRY’S MOST TRUSTED SUPPLIERS IN AUSTRALIA

Does your machinery have an axially loaded system? Then a thrust ball bearing may just be what you need. Comprising of two thrust washers that hold a retainer ring, this particular type of bearing is utilised mostly for thrust loads. It keeps the shaft from drifting in the axial direction, ensuring your equipment continues to run smoothly without disruption.

As one of the leading distributors in Australia, Industrial & Automotive Parts believes that maximum performance is only possible by using quality parts. We’re proud to introduce our line of quality ball thrust bearings sourced from the most reputable suppliers in the country.

If you want to learn more about how a thrust ball bearing can benefit your machinery, our expert team would be more than happy to assist. Contact us today by calling (02) 8102 6707.

A COMPREHENSIVE SELECTION OF THRUST BALL & ROLLER BEARINGS

We strongly believe that the best fit for your machinery shouldn’t be locked behind unreasonable prices. That’s why we strive to provide a wide selection of thrust ball and roller bearings to accommodate even those with limited budgets without compromising quality.

Whenever available, we ensure to include ball thrust bearings from both the economy and premium series whenever applicable and available. We want you to successfully build the machinery you’ve designed. And by giving you the widest options possible, you’ll have the freedom to choose based on required specifications and budget.

In selecting the perfect one for your application, there’s a lot more to consider than you think! Here are just some of what you should look into:

  • Material used: You may see brass, steel, ceramic, and stainless steel used to create this bearing. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages to be considered depending on what you’re going to use it for.
  • Thrust ball vs roller bearing: Thrust ball bearings are made for increased performance, while a thrust roller works better if you need something with a high load-carrying capacity.
  • Flat land vs tilting pad bearing: The flat version doesn’t have moving parts or grooves, whereas its tilting counterpart has a special feature called ‘thrust shoes’.

CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR THRUST BALL BEARINGS TODAY

Getting the right type of ball bearings is essential to prevent any mechanical issues down the line with your equipment. That’s why if there’s anything you want to ask or clarify before your purchase, our team at Industrial & Automotive Parts are always available to help.

Contact us today via email at admin@industrialautomotiveparts.com.au, calling directly on (02) 8102 6707, or complete on online enquiry form, and our knowledgeable team will respond as soon as possible.