Employee Spotlight: Dent Lambert

April 29, 2022

Consolidated Bearing Company takes great pride in leading the industry as a supplier of 100% factory direct, high-quality, precision bearings. This success and longevity of our Company is a direct result of our team’s dedication, along with our ongoing investment in customer service and quality products.  Today, we are excited to present the Consolidated Bearings… READ MORE

Bearing Design: What You Should Know

January 27, 2022

Bearings are critical components of industry. Automobiles, planes and trains, would not be able to function without bearings. Understanding the importance of bearings, Consolidated has focused on the key elements of various bearing types. Types of Loading Axial (Thrust):  designed to withstand force in the same direction as the shaft, this is called an axial,… READ MORE

How Different Bearing Materials Can Impact Usage

October 19, 2021

Bearings are essential to manufacturing and are used in many different types of equipment and machinery. From basic industrial equipment to complex machinery, bearings reduce friction and make it possible to handle different types of loads. Therefore, the use of quality and reliable materials is vital to the bearing manufacturing process. Different materials are used… READ MORE

Items You Didn’t Know Utilized Bearings

September 21, 2021

Most people probably don’t consider the critical role in which bearings and bearings-related products play in their daily lives. Despite their simple appearance, bearings literally help the world move. Bearings make it possible for a wide range of tools and equipment to function, from simple spinning toys to complex machinery used in space exploration. Bearings… READ MORE

Most popular products at Consolidated

July 31, 2021

Bearings and bearings-related products are very important components in most machinery. Their primary purpose is to roll by minimizing friction. Various applications require bearings explicitly designed to handle a particular kind of load. For instance, most radial ball bearings can handle both radial and thrust loads. While roller bearings are better suited where only radial… READ MORE