The most basic and widely used conical support, the only type of line is made up of the cone assembly and the cup. It is generally equipped like a pair opponent. During mounting hardware, single row bearings can be adjusted for Demining (endplay) or pre-condition to optimize performance. 

A row tapered roller have positive roll that ensures alignment true rolling motion and creates a “force of seats” which pushes the roll against the large cone coast. This force seats prevents bias rolls off the summit, which would favourably located and aligned against the large cone coast.

TS (Pressed Steel) is the most basic and most widely used type of tapered roller bearing.  It consists of two main separable parts: the inner race assembly and the outer race.  It is typically mounted in opposing pairs on a shaft. Applications :Vehicle front wheels  Differential and pinion configurations  Conveyor rolls  Machine tool  spindles  Trailer wheels

TS (Pin Type) design increases the load-carrying capacity of TS bearings by removing cage bridges (leaving more room for rollers) and featuring longer rollers.

The pin type cage consists of two rings, one at each end of the rollers. Cage pins pass through the holes in the center of each roller and are threaded into one cage ring and welded into the other.

Design Attributes

Additional rollers accomodate larger loads.
Cage features two rings at each end of the rollers.
Cage pins are threaded in the center of each roller and welded at the ends.

Larger-load automotive
Industrial equipment configurations
Off highway
Power transmission
Heavy industries

TSF bearings have flanged cups to facilitate axial location and accurately align seals in through-bored housings.

Design Attributes

Cup is backed against flange face to allow housing to be through-bored.
Accurate alignment of housing bores.
Reduced machining costs.

Machine tool spindles
Gear reduction units
Automotive transaxles