SKF Bearing Fitting Tool Kit - 24 Pc in Case

Bore 15 - 45mm OD 32 - 100mm
Stock Code:
$721.29 incl GST


Helps prevent premature bearing failures

SKF Bearing Fitting Tool Kit TMFT series

Poor fitting, usually using brute force, accounts for 16% of premature bearing
failures. SKF Bearing Fitting Tool Kits are designed for quick and precise
mounting of bearings, while minimising the risk of bearing damage.
The right combination of impact ring and sleeve allows effective transmission of mounting force to
the bearing ring with the interference fit, minimising the risk of damaging the bearing’s raceways
or rolling elements. In addition to mounting bearings, the TMFT series are also suitable for
mounting other components such as bushings, seals and pulleys. The TMFT 36 kit contains
36 impact rings and the TMFT 24 contains 24 rings. Both kits have 3 impact sleeves and a
dead-blow hammer packed in a lightweight carrying case.

• The TMFT 36 facilitates the mounting of
different bearings with bore diameters
from 10–55 mm
• The TMFT 24 facilitates the mounting of
different bearings with bore diameters
from 15–45 mm
• Facilitates correct mounting on shaft,
housing and blind applications
• The diameter of the impact ring precisely fits
the inner and outer diameter of the bearing
• Small diameter of the impact area on top of
the sleeve allows effective transmission and
distribution of mounting force
• Impact rings and sleeves are made of high
impact resistant material for longevity
• Click connection between impact ring and
sleeve provides stability and durability
• The impact rings are suitable for use under
a press
• Impact rings are marked for clear visual
identification of the ring’s size and easy
• Even surface of the impact sleeve’s body
provides excellent grip
• The nylon double-side head of the deadblow hammer helps to prevent damaging
the components
• The rubber handgrip of the dead-blow
hammer provides excellent grip

Interference fits on cylindrical shafts

Most bearings are fitted to their shaft or housing with one
component having an interference fit. For determining
the correct fit, refer to the SKF General Catalogue, the
SKF Maintenance Handbook or consult an SKF application

Incorrect mounting

When bearings are mounted cold, care must be taken to ensure
the drive-up forces are applied to the ring with the interference fit.
Damage to the bearing resulting in a failure can occur if the mounting
force is transmitted through the rolling elements causing damage
to the raceways.

Correct mounting

The correct way to minimise raceway damage is to use specifically
designed tools from SKF, such as the Bearing fitting tool kits and
Combi kits. These tools allow drive-up forces to be applied effectively
and evenly to the component with the interference fit, avoiding
raceway damage

Stock Level:
Secondary Warehouse