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Ceramic Bearings Companies and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial ceramic bearing manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source ceramic bearing manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These ceramic bearing companies can design, engineer and manufacture ceramic bearings to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these ceramic bearing manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of ceramic ball bearings, ceramic grinding, ceramic armor.

  • Myrtle Beach, SC 609-397-8330, 609-397-8341

    When it comes to ceramic bearings; we are your experts! Since our establishment, we have been offering top of the line products and services to customers around the world. Our research and development department works hard around the clock in order to provide our customers with products that are on the leading edge of innovations always. To learn more about what we may do for you; visit our website today!

  • Pittsburgh, PA 412-406-7171

    Our ceramic bearings are used in a wide variety of industries. Our custom made components have been providing engineering solutions for many years. C-Mac International, LLC specializes in using Alumina, Steatite, Cordierite, Zirconia, and MgO for all of our components. Call us today or visit our website for more information!

  • Fremont, CA 510-249-9700

    With the expertise of our engineering and product consultation team, you can count on Applied Ceramics to exceed your expectations. We have experience providing ceramic bearings for industries such as automotive, military, and nuclear. We also have a set of ready-made products available for immediate integration. Contact Applied Ceramics today to learn how our standard and custom parts can fulfill your needs.

  • Quakertown, PA 215-536-3500

    Insaco provides custom grinding and machining services to fabricate precision parts from sapphire, quartz, and most technical ceramics including alumina, zirconia, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, aluminum nitride, and others. Engineers are available to discuss material options/alternative recommendations, as well as design concepts to help our customers minimize fabrication costs. Since 1947 Insaco has enjoyed an extremely strong reputation for reliably meeting the toughest grinding and machining requirements in working with these difficult materials.

  • Atlanta, GA 770-448-6888

    Our Versagrid® honeycomb ceramic products are custom made to your specifics. Applied Ceramics provides product in mullite, fused silica, cordierite, activated carbon and alumina ceramics. As ceramic manufacturers, our cell density runs 4-400 cells psi. We’ve been in business since 1967. Contact us.

  • Holbrook, MA 781-961-5297

    Ceramics machining and much more is what you will find at Mica-Tron Products. We have the ability to machine intricate parts in a wide variety of materials. In our state-of-the-art facility, we are able to offer single prototypes to large runs of thousands. Excellence in quality since 1959.

  • Tucson, AZ 520-547-0850

    Since our founding in 2001, as an AS 9100 certified aerospace research and development company, Advanced Ceramics Manufacturing we have become a leader in the production of ceramic components, custom ceramic fabrication and water soluble molds and tooling. We specialize in aerospace composites. Within our state of the art facility, we have an autoclave, wet-lab, metrology lab, ceramic firing ovens, QC lab, and two composite clean room.

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Ceramic Bearings

Ceramic bearings are ceramic products used to facilitate relative motion between two or more objects. All bearings, whether ceramic, metal or otherwise, make the motion of moving parts possible. There are many kinds of motion, so many kinds of bearing designs exist to accommodate them. In the case of a desk or dresser drawer, the metal slide mounted to the desk or dresser allows drawers to be moved in and out.

Ceramic bearings came in a vast variety of shapes and sizes, since they are used in such a variety of products. In the case of rotating axles, a ceramic bearing can be a simple, lubricated cylinder in which the axle turns. More complicated bearings involve a series of spherical, conic or rod shapes that facilitate the movement of two pieces relative to each other. In each case, the bearing construction material must be strong enough to bear weight, sometimes in uneven distribution, for extended periods of time without breaking. They must also be abrasion-resistant, as the constant friction caused by movement can wear surfaces down. They must not corrode when exposed to greases and oils necessary for smooth movement, and they must be uniformly shaped so as not to impede movement. Certain ceramics have proven themselves to be perfect bearing construction materials because of their durability, heat and corrosion resistance.

Engineering ceramics, which are all ceramic materials employed in industrial contexts, are non-metal composites characterized by hardness, strength and ease of formation. Because many ceramics are easily shaped, they can be formed into the many shapes that bearings take. Accommodating all of the different kinds of motion involved in moving parts requires the fabrication of a wide range of shapes. Linear motion, which is the kind of motion involved in opening and closing a drawer, requires long channels to serve as bearings. Ceramics can easily and economically be extruded; extrusion is the best process for creating long, specially-shaped strips and channels. Molding processes are also possibilities in creating ceramic shapes. In both molding and extrusion, raw ceramic materials like aluminum oxide and silicon carbide are heated to their melting points and forced into a shaping tool. The possibilities for thermoforming processes like these are limited only by manufacturers’ budgets and the imaginations of their design personnel. Ceramic balls can be created for use as ball bearings; ceramic rods can be extruded for use in axels; ceramic rings can be molded for use as bearing surfaces.



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