corrosion-resistant deep groove ball bearings have stainless steel rings, balls, cages and shields. The materials were selected for resistance to corrosion and performance. The cages and shields are made from a high chromium austenitic stainless steel. The rings and balls are made from a high-chromium martensitic stainless steel that allows for load carrying capacity and corrosion-resistance.
Constructed with stainless steel rings, balls and cages, these corrosion-resistant materials and food-grade lubricant can help elevate food safety and production uptime with improved reliability. Standard, thin-section, narrow and miniature constructions.
Ball bearings are typically divided into three overall general categories including radial, thrust, and angular contact depending on the direction of the loads they are designed to encounter (radial, axial, or combination or each load).