General Replacement Conveyor Bearings Overview

Fluent Conveyors offers all types of bearings, specifically; 4 bolt flange, pillow block, spherical, and take-up bearings.  Fluent specifies high quality, light, medium, and heavy duty bearings with easy access grease zirks.  Fluent Conveyors can offer replacement bearings for high temp, corrosive material, and food grade specifications.

**Please note, there may be things not listed that we do offer. Please contact us.

Fluent Replacement Conveyor Bearings

Replacement Conveyor Bearings Specifications

    Pillow Block:
  • Duty
    Medium Duty
  • Bearing Inserts
    Eccentric locking collar
  • Bore Size Options
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  • Take Up:
  • Duty
    Medium Duty
  • Bearing Inserts
    Set Screw
  • Bore Size Options
  • 4 Bolt Flange Bearing:
  • Duty
    Medium Duty
  • Bearing Inserts
    Set Screw
  • Spherical:
  • Duty
    Medium Duty

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Engineering & Manufacturing Specifications

Engineering Specs

Fluent Conveyors bearings are engineered with industry leading 3D CAD.  The manufacturing team has years of combined experience on conveyor bearings and understand the most complex applications to ensure the correct bearing type and size is always used. All replacement bearings offer stainless steel ball bearings, casting iron housing, set screw bearings, optional medium/heavy duty collar inserts (upon request), easy access grease zirks and more.

Manufacturing Specs

Fluent Conveyors bearings have been tested, validated and approved to meet the quality tolerances our engineering team requires. The production team, paired with a new technology, validated core processes and a great quality assurance process is vital to quality bearings.  Our engineering team ensures all bearing specs meet approval drawings and existing conveyor bearing requirements.

Preventative Maintenance

Fluent Conveyors understands the importance of keeping your conveyor bearings in great condition. First do a visual check to ensure the collar of the bearing is rotating freely and “true”, check to ensure set screws are tight,  make sure there is not film or debris wrapped around the bearing proximity and grease the bearings based on the recommended scheduled maintenance cycle recommended by the OEM.

If there are issues with your bearing, please turn off the conveyor, remove the motor, and inspect the pulley to ensure it is functioning correctly. If there is an issue with a pulley get a replacement pulley installed. If you don’t catch this, this can put stress on motor and pulley (which can lead to component failure).

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