Linear Rails

Linear and curved guides with ball and roller bearings are a must have for many industries. And since they are available in a variety of sizes and capacity levels, they are used in many different applications.

At Rollon, we provide linear guide rails, with hardened raceways, high load capacities and self-alignment features. Our linear guide rail systems are also capable of working in dirty environments. Therefore, no matter what your need for linear motion rails, you have come to the right place.

For more information on linear guide systems, and the types of linear guides we offer, check out below.


Compact Rail & Compact Rail Plus

Self-aligning linear guides with bearings and a C-profile made of cold-drawn carbon steel, induction hardened and ground raceways. One of the biggest reasons that our customers prefer this model is the fact that it easily solves misalignment issues, due to its self-aligning system.

This model also has lateral sealing for greater protection against contaminants. Depending on your operation, optimal cleanliness is key.

MiniRoller Rail

Compact linear guide with rollers, induction hardened and honed raceways. With its compact size, this linear rail saves space and installation time. Additionally, its adaptive design makes it easy to customize to any setting.


Linear bearings with bended C-profile. available in zinc-plated steel, stainless steel or hardened with Rollon NOX treatment. This linear guide is cost efficient due to the use of bended steel. But this cost effectiveness doesn’t mean it won’t have a long life. This linear rail has anti-corrosion abilities attributable to its steel and treatments.


Linear ball rails with single slider or multiple sliders. This linear guide rail system makes use of a “C” rail, which makes for a compact solution. This design also enables high loads, with up to 12,000 Kg per slider. Overall, this means high loads in a compact design, which is tough to argue with.
Linear Guide - Curviline Rollon


Curvilinear rails with radial ball bearing rollers can essentially meet every application need. This design freedom makes this linear rail an attractive tool for many manufacturers. And since it also comes in a stainless steel version, it’s considered by many to be top of the line.
O Rail


Modular linear guides with rollers, featuring three raceways, making it versatile for multiple configurations. This linear guide rail is complete with simple mounting combinations as well as a self-aligning system.
Prismatic rails with bearings

Prismatic Rail

Prismatic rails with bearings and induction hardened v-shaped raceways. Overall, this is the linear rail guide if heavy loads are your primary concern. Its hardened raceways ensure a long lifetime and its design allows for high dynamics. Plus, this linear rail is optimal in dirty environments.
Linear Rails - Speedy Rail - Rollon

Speedy Rail

Self-supporting linear rail in extruded aluminum with steel rollers covered in plastic compound. Reliability in dirty environments coupled with no maintenance or lubrication required? That is why this linear guide is among the most popular.

Mono Rail

Recirculating ball profiled linear rails with high load capacity and a high degree of precision. And with the recirculating ball motion system, this linear rail provides high stiffness.

Things to know

The Purpose of Linear Rail Guides

Linear rails are designed to increase efficiency in your workflow, whatever that might be. If you have a manufacturing or packing process, then you understand the importance of precision. Every moment matters from start to finish. 

Linear rail guides support the movement of a product or package in a linear motion. They do this accurately, swiftly, and without friction. Additionally, the precision of linear guide rail systems increases safety as well. With all of these benefits, it’s no wonder why manufacturing plans and warehouses make wide use of linear rails. 

And this linear motion isn’t limited to horizontal movement. Linear guide rails can move an item vertically as well, doubling the efforts of any production line. But the differences don’t stop there. 

As mentioned, linear rail systems come in all shapes and sizes. They are designed to handle any load, as long as you consider the right equipment. Because of this, there are all sorts of options at your disposal. Essentially, choosing the right rail system is considering what would work best with your operation. 

The right linear guide system for you will be the one that best supports your needs. Below are the types of Rollon Linear Rails. As you will see, they are not one size fits all. This enables you to really dial in and find what makes the most sense for you.

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