Bearing components are assembled to produce complete bearing assemblies.
Balls and Sphere Shapes (212 suppliers)
Balls and sphere shapes are used in products that require a spherical component. Examples include bearings, ball screws, valves, flow meters, and gages. Balls and sphere shapes are made from materials such as glass, metals, plastics, and ceramics.
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Bearing Retainers and Cages (17 suppliers)
Bearing retainers or bearing cages are used in rotary and linear bearings to separate and maintain a specified distance between rolling elements, whether they are balls, needle rollers, or rollers.
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Bearing Rings, Housings, and Flanges (66 suppliers)
Bearing rings, housings and flanges are bearing components that are used in the assembly of many different types of bearings. Bearing rings, which are sometimes referred to as bearing races, guide a rolling element such as a ball, roller, or needle roller. Bearing housings and flanges hold an insert bearing in position, support the load transferred from the bearing shaft through the bearing, and are used to mount the bearing to a surface.
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Bearing Rollers (18 suppliers)
Bearing rollers are key elements to the operation of anti-friction roller bearings. Common types of bearing rollers are taper rollers, cylindrical rollers, spherical rollers, needle rollers, cam follower rollers, and rollers for crossed roller bearings.
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Metal Balls (126 suppliers)
Metal balls are rolling, spherical elements that exhibit greater strength and toughness than plastic and ceramic balls. They have a sufficient hardness for many industrial ball applications, and most products are electrically conductive. Some steel, nickel, and cobalt balls can be magnetized. Metal balls made from certain alloys can also provide corrosion resistance and refractory resistance.
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