Double-row ball bearings with oblique joint are non-demountable. They are made in multiple series. They feature silent run, high rigidity and ability to transmit relatively high simultaneously acting radial and axial load. Comparing to a couple of single-row ball bearings with oblique joint, their advantage is smaller construction width.
The orbits are designed so that the joins of the orbit points of interface with balls intersect the axis out of the bearing. They can therefore transmit even relatively significant overturning moments.
The bearings are supplied with standard axial clearance, bearings for special placing applications can be supplied either with lower or higher axial clearance. The bearings are manufactured with normal accuracy, for seating more demanding in terms of accuracy, or seating with higher rpm frequency, bearings with higher running accuracy are used.