SKF/North America Datasheets for Ceramic Bearings
Ceramic hybrid bearings, the most common type of ceramic bearing, are constructed of steel inner and outer rings with ceramic (typically Si3N4) balls in place of steel. Common types of ceramic bearings are angular contact and conrad.
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|MRC Hybrid ceramic ball bearings use a combination of traditional 52100 steel rings precision matched with silicon nitride (ceramic) balls. In addition to being excellent electric insulators, hybrid bearings have...|
|MRC specialty bearings and housings are available right off the shelf as "drop-in" replacements, ready for work within a variety of machines - everything from gearboxes, pumps and electric motors...|
|Single-row radial deep groove bearing can carry significant radial loads, and, because of the uninterrupted raceway grooves and the high degree of conformity between balls and raceways, it can carry...|