The Industry Leader…
The McGill® cam follower bearings were invented in 1937 and were the first ever needle bearing cam followers. Since that time, the McGill® CAMROL® cam follower bearing line has maintained its leadership position through development of innovative solutions to the
problems faced by the industry. In the can making industry, customized McGill cam followers have been a trusted industry leading solution for over a quarter of a century.
Customers rely on our highly engineered custom solutions to solve a variety of situations such as incidental thrust loads, higher speeds, or contamination. These unique solutions can provide significant operational life compared to standard cam followers.
The McGill® CF-2965-2 bearings feature:
- Cage separated needle rollers balance the need for operating speed and load rating.
- Integral steel flange prevents disassembly in thrust load situations.
- Heavy section outer helps support radial loading and provide proper rolling elements.
- LUBRI-DISC® bearing seals help retain grease and keep out contaminants, as well as separate internal sliding contact resulting in lower operating temepratures.
- Zone hardened raceways provide high load ratings, and the ductile stem gives strength for absorbing shocks.
- Hardened endplates resists wear from incidental contact with outer rollers.
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