U section rail and combined bearing welded to a flange plate

U section rail and combined bearing welded to a flange plate

Drawing of a combined bearing configuration

Axial adjustable bearing exploded view

Combined Bearing welded to a flange plate

Combined Bearing welded to a flange plate

Flange Plate

Flange plate

I Section Rail

I Section Rail

U Section Rail

U section Rail



For mechanical handling and heavy load applications
Our Combined Bearings provide a cost-effective guide solution to lift systems, platforms and cantilever loads. The system combines a radial bearing to take out high moment loads and a smaller axial roller to eliminate side movement.

Features and Benefits:

  • Welded bearing and plate assembly for quick replacement
  • Load capacity up to 40kN per bearing
  • Industry standard sizes for ease of interchange
  • 2D and 3D models available to download

Combined Bearings
Wide range of hardened steel roller bearings with axial side rollers.
Lubricated and sealed with re-lubrication holes on larger sizes.

Combined Bearings & Flange Plates
Welded plate and bearing assembly using chemi black coated steel flange plates available with through and tapped holes for a choice of mounting.

I & U Section Rails
Hot rolled German steel sections in U and I configurations. Lengths up to 12 metres on request.

Corrosion Resistance Coatings
In difficult or corrosive applications Drive Lines can provide Armoloy® TDC coating for the bearings and hot dip galvanising for the rails, creating cost effective corrosion resistance.

Part No. Diameter (mm) System Max
Load per Bearing
Radial (KN)
Axial (KN)
CB-053 52.5 5.2 1.7
CB-054 62.5 7.2 2.4
CB-055 70.1 8.6 2.8
CB-056 77.7 8.9 3.0
CB-058 88.4 15.6 5.2
CB-059 101.2 15.5 5.1
CB-061 107.7 16.5 5.5
CB-062 123.0 23.5 7.8
CB-063 149.0 41.1 13.7

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