In general the split bearings are similar to the structure of the unsplit bearings, i.e. the inner ring, roller element set (full complement or with cage) and the outer ring. All parts are divided axially. To attach the bearing, the so-called clamping rings are added. In most cases, the inner ring is clamped with the clamping rings on a shaft. The outer ring is usually made gap-free and held by the housing bore. Another design is the so-called split housing bearing unit, this is in addition to the shared bearing also still from a split housing. These housings come in different variants, e.g. also with integrated water cooling. It should be mentioned that the housing usually has low attrition thus can be used multiple times.
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