Caged needle bearings are the simplest bearings that you can imagine, since they are made up of only one cage with needles. Consequently, they are the ideal component for supporting purely radial loads in minimal spaces, in that shafts and housings which then make up the raceway, require adequate hardness, geometry and roughness characteristics.
This is a range with a lot of design variants: in shape, in which the aim is to centre the cage on the shaft or in the housing, the materials - ferrous (K), reinforced glass fibre resin (...T2), brass (...L1) or aluminium - or the manufacturing process - machined cage (K), welded (...S) or pressed (KJ).
There is also a PCJ range with dimensions in inches.
Dimensions: 3 to 285 mm