Excavators, backhoe loaders, wheel loaders, dozers, scrapers, dumpers and all other vehicles used for shaping the ground do their job thanks to the bearings that have to withstand heavy combined radial and axial loads. The components we distribute are found in wheels, differentials, truck axle gears, transmissions and speed reducers for tracked vehicles. As well as in the front axles of loaders and the rotary motors of hydraulic excavators. To summarise, when it comes to earth-moving machinery, bearings are the first thing to go, meaning where you don't want.

Bearing are an integral part of earth moving machinery, which refers to heavy equipment designed to perform construction tasks such as digging, grading, demolition, and materials handling. Bearings are used in various components of the machinery such as engines, transmissions, wheels, idlers, and gears.

The application of bearings in earth moving machinery provides several benefits. For instance, they reduce friction and wear between two moving parts, which increases the efficiency and lifespan of the machine. Bearings also help to transmit power and torque from the engine to the wheels or tracks, allowing the machine to move and perform tasks smoothly.

Moreover, modern earth moving machinery relies on advanced bearing technologies that can withstand high loads, shock and vibration, extreme temperatures, and harsh operating environments. These bearings are typically made from materials such as steel, ceramic, or polymers and are designed to provide reliable performance and durability even under the toughest conditions.

In summary, bearings play a crucial role in the functioning of earth moving machinery by reducing friction, transmitting power, and ensuring efficient and reliable performance over an extended period.