Forklift bearing

Forklift bearing

Forklift bearing

  • Forklift bearing

Forklifts usually use various types of bearings to support and transmit their various components, including fork arms, wheels, transmission systems, etc. Here are some common bearing types found in forklifts and their descriptions:


Ball Bearings: Ball bearings are one of the most common types of bearings found in forklifts. They are often used to support wheels, wishbones and other components, providing rolling support and reducing friction.


Roller bearings: Roller bearings can be divided into two types: cylindrical roller bearings and tapered roller bearings. They are typically used to support fork arms and other heavily loaded components and can withstand large radial and axial loads.


Sliding bearings: Sliding bearings are usually lubricated with grease or oil to reduce friction and play an important role in a forklift's transmission system. They are often used to support drive shafts and other components that require continuous rotation.


Spherical bearings: Spherical bearings are often used to support the steering system of forklifts, providing rotation and tilting movements so that the forklift can operate in tight spaces.


Sliding ball bearings: Sliding ball bearings combine the advantages of rolling bearings and sliding bearings and are often used to support the steering system of forklifts and other components that require high-precision movement.