Ball Bearings

A ball bearing is a type of rolling-element bearing that uses small, hard steel balls to separate the bearing races and reduce rotational friction. It can withstand radial and axial loads by using at least two races to contain the balls and transmit the loads through them. We provide various types of ball bearings that are commonly used in a variety of applications, including bicycles, machinery, and aerospace equipment.

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Types of Ball Bearings

There are several types of ball bearings, each with unique characteristics and specific uses. These include:
Deep groove ball bearings: These are the most common type and can handle both radial and axial loads.
Angular contact ball bearings: They have higher than average internal axial clearance and can handle axial loads in one direction and moderate radial loads.
Self-aligning ball bearings: These can adjust to alignment errors and can handle radial loads but minimal axial loads.
Thrust ball bearings: Designed specifically for high axial loads and insignificant radial loads.
Miniature ball bearings: Used for precision instrument applications in limited space, such as micro-motors.
Double-row ball bearings: Have two rows of balls and can handle higher loads.
Ball bearings are critical in many applications, including precision instruments, micro-motors, gearboxes, and wheel hubs.

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