Loose Ball Bearings

Loose Ball Bearings

Loose Ball Bearings are widely used in precision ball bearings as well as most aerospace, transportation and industrial application. Bearing steel has a tendency to increase, toughness and wear resistance of ball.
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Loose Ball Bearings Introduction

Loose Ball Bearings are widely used in precision ball bearings as well as most aerospace, transportation and industrial application. Bearing steel has a tendency to increase, toughness and wear resistance of ball.

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Specifications

 

Model NO

bearing steel ball

Certification

ISO, BV

Universal

Yes

Material

Bearing Steel

Usage

Massage Bearing Steel Ball

Shape

Polish Round Bearing Steel Ball

Grade

G10-G1000 Chrome Steel Ball

Delivery Time

Stock of 7 Days or Around 30 Days

Transport Package

Standard or as Customer Required

Customized

Customized

Standard Parts

Yes

Hardness

60-65 HRC Bearing Ball

Certifications

ISO; BV; ASTM

Brand Name

JinNiu Bearing Steel Ball

Specification

AISI52100 chrome steel ball


Application

Precision bearings, automotive components (brakes, steering, line shaft), bicycle, agitators, appliances, sliders, quick couplings, machine tool, lock mechanisms, conveyor belts, skates, pens, pumps, castors, measurement instruments, valves.

 

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Production Line Process:

Heading: In the first step, heading machines cut wire into short lengths and form it into spherical shapes between dies.

Deflashing: The flash line, a ridge left by the forming dies, is removed as balls roll between heavy, cast iron plates.

Soft Grinding: Similar to deflashing, except that a grinding stone is used to improve precision.

Heat-treating: Carbon steel balls are next carburized and hardened. Heat treatment imparts the desired hardness and case depth.

Descaling: This step removes the residues and by-products from the heat-treating process.

Hard Grinding: Slow, meticulous grinding assures proper sizing and sphericity, with tolerances as close as ±.0001".

Lapping: Several proprietary lapping processes can bring balls to the requirements of ISO 3290 Grade10 - 48.

Finishing: Proprietary chemical and mechanical processes give the balls their final micro-smoothed finish, for increased wear resistance and product longevity.

 

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