Smooth & Silent

Smooth, silent and robust, Motaquip wheel bearings are engineered to minimise friction while offering super-strength rigidity.
At their core are machine-rolled components set in reinforced caging and aided by heat-proof lubrication that performs at even the highest temperatures. Cages, ball-bearings, and shells are all cast using reinforced materials to a super-high degree of accuracy to ensure wheel spin remains locked in alignment and able to absorb the forces generated during rotation and cornering.
 Motaquip bearings also feature a long-life seal which retains the high-temperature grease and protects internal components from external contaminants, especially water.

The Motaquip Difference

  • Smoother running and lower temperatures and acheived through a cage designed to retain and distribute lubrication and aid roller positioning.

  • Hardened casing materials protect inner workings, contain vibrations and dissipate thermal energy.

  • Precision machined rollers ensure maximum distribution of load and less wear during demanding conditions.

  • Higher quality lubrication ensures protective viscocity, especially at high operating temperatures.

The range

Motaquip offer two bearing ranges: Premium OE products and competitively priced aftermarket solutions. Motaquip’s expert Product Team ensure new solutions are developed and brought to market in good time and at competitive prices. Motaquip’s range cover a huge array of applications including integrated hubs, those with ABS sensors, and brake discs among others.

Rolling types

  • Tapered roller bearings spread pressure over greater areas. Apex points of rollers vary to adjust the ratio of radial/thrust depending on what each bearing is designed to carry.
  • The key differential in Motaquip’s single row ‘Conrad’ or ‘deep-groove’ bearings is the premium quality lubrication, which is specialised to operate effectively in the higher temperatures typical of this type of bearing.
  • Motaquip’s cylindrical bearings contain accurately end-relieved cylinders to reduce stress concentrations.

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