Track rollers are usually profiled with one, two or multi-row bearings and particularly thick-walled outer rings. They are used, for example with conveyor chains or trolley mounts, to transfer forces from the objects to be moved on the track or tread and to allow kinematic movement of the transported object. The possible areas of application of track rollers vary depending on their execution. They absorb high radial and lesser axial forces in both directions of load.
Track rollers come with an inner ring, PIN or plastic outer sheath.
Support rollers and guiding rollers are derived from track rollers. They operate mostly full complement roller or full complement needle roller and can absorb very high radial forces.