ANSI Rings - Radial
|Axial Rings | Radial Rings|
| RE - Radial Ring |
Inch Reinforced Radial Rings - A reinforced version of the E ring which will accommodate higher thrust loadings and RPM. These rings function in the same size grooves as regular E/MRE rings, so that you can change from one to the other without re-engineering the application. Size Ranges: RE--.094-.562 Inches; MRE-4mm-15mm.
| E - Radial Ring |
External Inch Radial Rings - Perhaps the most popular and widely used radial retaining ring is the "E" (so named because it is shaped like the letter "E"). Three prongs make contact with the bottom of the groove and provide a shoulder for effective retention of assemblies. Size Ranges: E--.040-1.375 Inches; DE—1.0mm-42.0mm; ME--.1mm-25mm.
| C - Radial Ring |
External Crescent Inch Radial Rings - Ideal for low clearance applications where radial installation is preferred. Size Ranges: C--.125-2.0 Inches; DC—3.0mm-55.0mm; MC-.3mm-55mm.