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Customize a Type 118 Series "Big Bore" Dryer Bearing Assembly



The type 118 series "Big Bore" Bearing assembly was born out of the success of the Metcar® Type 100 series bearing assemblies. Our customers asked for an assembly with the features of the Type 100 series but with the capacity to accommodate higher loads and larger shaft diameters. The 118 series can accept shafts to 2.000" in diameter. The 118 series frame utilizes Metcar's unique clip lock design to retain the bearing cartridge in the frame. Cartridges can be supplied either plain or with thrust faces to accept end loading. Used in continuous dryers and on conveyor applications, the universal design helps design engineers and maintenance personnel get the job done.

Special Features:
  • Supplied in all Metcar® bearing grades
  • Self-lubricating and maintenance free
  • Assembly automatically compensates for misalignment and shaft deflection
  • Operates dry or submerged
  • Bearings can be rotated 180° for increased life
  • Shaft sizes to 2" diameter. Custom sizes available
  • Standard Bore sizes 1 ½" and 1 ¾"
  • Bearing cartridges available in thrust or plain type
How To Order

When ordering a Type 118 Series Bearing Assembly, the following information is needed to determine the correct assembly for your application:
  1. Choose a hanger frame. The 118 Series offers only one type of frame. This frame is symmetrical. Shaft rotation as viewed from the end of the shaft closest to the assembly is determined by the arrow on the frame at time of installation.
  2. Choose a bearing cartridge - keep in mind that the 118 series bearing cartridges will only fit in the 1118 Series Hanger Frame. Series 118 Cartridges are only offered in solid type. Part # B-119 is 2" long and Part # B-118 is 2 3/8" long with thrust faces to accept end loading.
  3. Choose a grade - if you do not know the applicable grade, a grade can be determined based on the maximum temperature and other operating conditions of the application.
  4. Specify the bore size or shaft size required for the application.
  5. A CL-118 Clip Lock is necessary for each assembly to hold the bearing cartridge in place.

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