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FAG Bearings have been synonymous with high quality for over 120 years. In 1883, Friedrich Fischer designed a ball grinding machine in Schweinfurt, Germany that, for the first time, made it possible to produce absolutely round steel balls by grinding. The invention is regarded as the foundation for the entire rolling bearing industry.

FAG  bearings usually are composed of two bearing rings with integral raceways. Rolling elements are arranged between the rings and roll on the raceways. Rolling elements can be balls, cylindrical rollers, needle rollers, tapered rollers or barrel rollers. The rolling elements are generally guided by a cage that keeps them at a uniform distance from each FAG Bearingsother and prevents them coming into contact with each other. In needle roller bearings and ribless spherical roller bearings, the cage also ensures that the rolling element axis is positioned correctly. Where bearings can be dismantled, the cage holds the rolling elements together and gives easier fitting of the bearings. For particular applications, rolling bearings with a full complement of balls, cylindrical rollers or needle rollers may be used. 

50 mm x 92 mm x 50 mm 50 mm x 92 mm x 50 mm FAG 805190W90 FAG Bearing

UC320-64G2L3 242 mm
101.6 mm 42 mm

FAG 713618230 FAG Bearing

Steel Unirex N2
Set Screw Setscrew

460 mm x 830 mm x 296 mm 460 mm x 830 mm x 296 mm FAG 23292-K-MB+H3292 FAG Bearing

1.94 kN 34.4 kN
-30 °C 8

FAG 713667300 FAG Bearing

2.5 mm 119.5 mm
37 mm 2FD

35 mm x 72 mm x 17 mm 35 mm x 72 mm x 17 mm FAG SA1015 FAG Bearing

SCC205 27 mm
60 mm 7.88 kN

60 mm x 110 mm x 28 mm 60 mm x 110 mm x 28 mm FAG 22212-E1-K + H312 FAG Bearing

US210-30G2T20 8 Nm
M16 35 mm

FAG 713630730 FAG Bearing

25 mm 0.39 Hz
11,000 rpm NTN