Precision ball bearing finish and transportation requirements

- Apr 14, 2019-

Precision ball bearings are precision ball bearings of different shapes during operation. They are used in flat, oblique cut, conical and needle types, and are generally used as hard polishing and forming tools. Drilled precision ball bearing solutions covering the dimensions, hole depth (including through holes), diameter and material of the complete precision ball bearing range.


Precision ball bearings increase the number of layers to improve certain physical properties such as hardness, corrosion resistance, noise reduction and electrical characteristics. The calibration laboratory provides efficient, efficient and accurate calibration to ensure the regularity of our precision ball bearings.


Precision ball bearings are generally used to assist in the transport of various items, often in material handling systems. All precision ball bearings and stainless steel balls are guaranteed to meet or exceed the standards of the American Bearing Manufacturing Association, with fine surface finish, penetration hardening hardness and high load capacity - excellent performance in consumable electrode vacuum melting materials.


Precision ball bearings have the highest hardness and surface finish and are available in double vacuum smelting materials. It has the characteristics of non-quenched hardness and uniform distribution (measured on parallel flat crystals), generally having a Rockwell hardness of "C" of 25 to 39 †. Optional hardened Rockwell hardness "B" 75 to 90 †.