Slewing Ring Bearings
Content relating to self-lubricating iglide® PRT slewing ring bearings.
How Does a Slew Ring Work?
Two concentric rings make up the main structure of a slewing bearing. The outer ring usually lies flat against a motionless surface and is screwed into place via evenly spaced mounting holes.
Slewing Ring Ball Bearings for a Wide Variety of Applications
In this post, learn about slewing ring ball bearings, which combine the rotational capabilities of slewing rings with ball bearing technology.
PRT-04 slewing ring
The iglide® PRT-04 slewing ring has a 50% lower profile than its predecessor, the PRT-01. It's also 60% lighter and 20% more cost-effective. Check out this infographic to learn more!
Overview - iglide® PRT Slewing Ring Bearings
Learn more about iglide® PRT slewing rings here: https://www.igus.com/info/slewing-ring-overview Or check out this infographic to explore the features of our new lower-profile slewing ring, PRT-04: ht
igus® News 2020 - iglide® PRT Slewing Ring Bearings
Learn more about iglide® PRT slewing rings here: https://www.igus.com/info/slewing-ring-overview And check out this infographic to explore the features of our new lower-profile PRT-04 slewing ring: ht
PRT slewing ring 2021 catalog
iglide® - PRT 04 Slewing Ring Bearings!
Learn more about the PRT-04 here: https://www.igus.com/info/slewing-ring-overview Or contact an igus® expert with any questions: https://www.igus.com/info/contact-igus PRT-04 slewing ring bearings f
Four Ways to Drive a Slewing Ring Bearing
There are many new and innovative versions of slewing ring bearings on the market, including sliding slewing rings made with an iglide® polymer liner, hard-anodized aluminum rings or stainless-steel r
Look Inside: PRT Slewing Ring Bearings
iglide® PRT slewing rings use self-lubricating, low-friction sliding elements in place of ball bearings. Available with optional rotation locks. Learn more about PRT slewing ring bearings at: http://w
Geared slewing rings
iglide® PRT slewing rings use self-lubricating, low-friction sliding elements in place of ball bearings. They represent a step forward in slewing ring bearing technology. The geared version allows the