Stainless Steel #316 Ball Bearing
316 stainless steel bearings are superior to high carbon chromium martensitic stainless steels (440C). Austenitic stainless steels have better corrosion resistance and diamagnetic resistance. Austenitic stainless steel bearings are made of AISI SUS316L (316) or SUS304. Since austenitic stainless steel cannot be hardened as a whole, the bearing is not suitable for large loads and high rotational speeds. However, there are great advantages in terms of anti-rust and corrosion resistance. There is a large amount of use in the chemical and electronics industries.
The corrosion resistance of 316 stainless steel bearings is superior to that of 304 stainless steel, and has good corrosion resistance in the production of pulp and paper. And 316 stainless steel is also resistant to the erosion of the ocean and the aggressive industrial atmosphere
2. 316 stainless steel bearing material configuration
Inner and outer ring 316 stainless steel + 316 stainless steel balls + PE retainer + PE seal (mainly because the 316 stainless steel holder is easy to produce magnetic, while a small number of retainers is not convenient to make. So use PE holder and seal)
3. Use of the environment:
Strong corrosion, no oil, no magnetism and plenty of moisture and water vapor environment. 316 stainless steel bearings have all-ceramic bearings, corrosion resistance, non-oil and non-magnetic characteristics, and also have impact resistance and high vibration characteristics. Can be used in harsh environments