Balls for bearings | High quality components
Balls for bearings are generally made from stainless steel or steel alloys. Low alloy martensitic chrome steel or AISI 100 Cr6 is one of the most common types. These versatile components come in a vast selection of sizes, making it easy to find replacement balls for ball bearings for dozens of products. Diameters range from 0.250 - 300mm or 1/62 to 12 inches with an ultimate compressive strength of 2500 - 2600 and hardness of 60 - 66 on the Rockwell table. Other popular options in balls for bearings include 100CrMo7-3 chrome steel balls for applications where larger replacement balls for ball bearings with a higher core hardness are required.
Use replacement balls for ball bearings to repair appliances, conveyor belts, lock mechanisms or pumps. Balls made from chrome stainless steel are found in many everyday objects like pens, skates, bicycles and car steering and locking mechanisms. Their strength, resistance to abrasion and corrosion and overall durability make them an essential part of many production and manufacturing lines. Industries that frequently use balls for bearings include food processing, chemicals, manufacturing and precision engineering.