Bearing Maintenance Trainer MT-40-10-17

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  • A realistic, heavy-duty device allowing for convenient and consistent training in the identification, installation and removal of a variety of industrial-quality rolling element bearings.
  • The device provides for two student workstations. Using two of four CNC-machined stub shafts provided, in combination with shaft mounting brackets, training can take place at both ends of the devic
  • A selection of large diameter spherical roller bearings, radial ball bearings, angular contact bearings, cylindrical roller bearings, a needle bearing and shaft seals are provide Additionally, “loose” and “interference” fit bearing seating locations are provided.
  • The device, together with a variety of hands-on exercises, creates a complete performance-based course in the maintenance of industrial bearings




  • 7-Gauge, formed-steel baseplate, 30″ long, allowing for mounting across the width of a standard shop bench.
  • Four, steel shaft mounting brackets which, when used in combination, allow for mounting of shafts in different orientations.
  • Four, high-grade alloy steel CNC-machined stub shafts allowing for installation of all bearings.
  • Provision for installation of radial ball bearings and cylindrical roller bearings with loose and interference-fit applications.
  • Provision for installation of spherical roller bearings on a tapered shaft, adapter sleeve and withdrawal sleeve. (Includes two different internal clearance calculations).
  • Provision for installation of a radial ball bearing in an externally-seated applications.
  • Provision for bearing removal using a gear puller on a back-up gear.
  • Eight, bearing types for mounting on stub shafts.
  • Shaft seal applications.
  • High-durability, powder coated surfaces throughout.




  • Combination wrenches.
  • Allen wrench s
  • Use/Exercise Guide.
  • Industrial Trades Training Manual (IPT).
  • Reference book on bearing maintenance (SKF).




  • The courseware, useful in both an instructor-led or self-directed format, includes a textbook with chapters on rolling element bearings and friction bearings, and seventeen illustrated hands-on exercises.




  1. Introduction to rolling element bearing construction and terminology.
  2. Introduction to rolling element bearing types.
  3. Introduction to bearing identification systems.
  4. Introduction to bearing clearances and fits.
  5. Bearing maintenance pre-checks.
  6. Cold mounting and removal of radial ball bearings.
  7. Mounting and dismounting of radial ball bearings with interference fits.
  8. Installing and dismounting a radial ball bearing with a back-up gear.
  9. Installing and dismounting angular contact bearings.
  10. Mounting and dismounting of spherical roller bearings on a tapered shaf
  11. Mounting and dismounting of spherical roller bearings on a tapered sleev
  12. Mounting of spherical roller bearings on a withdrawal sleev
  13. Installation of pillow block bearings.
  14. Installation of externally seated radial ball bearings.
  15. Installation of cylindrical roller bearings using an arbor press.
  16. Installation of shaft seals.
  17. Hydraulic mounting and dismounting of tapered bore bearings (supplemental).




Note: Due to products continuous development process, layout and specification may change without prior notices.