The bearings used in medical equipment require high speed, low noise, low vibration, high temperature resistance, wear resistance, and the ability to withstand extreme environments, corrosive chemicals, or liquids, in order to meet the challenges of various medical devices.
This type of bearings are widely used in various medical equipment applications in the medical industry, such as: ventricular assist devices, medical diagnostic equipment, surgical robots, radiation oncology instruments, blood analyzer, CT scanning instruments, dispensing devices, surgical power tools, prosthetics and exoskeletons, analytical equipment, dental equipment, etc.
ISK bearing advantages in the Medical industry
In order to meet the strict standards of medical grade bearings, our bearing production line is equipped with 100% automatic testing professional equipment, which can accurately control the quality of each bearing and ensure the stable operation of bearings in all kinds of medical equipment.
Characteristics of stainless steel bearings
Stainless steel bearings relatively compare to general steel has strong rust and corrosion resistance, even if it needs to withstand repeated cleaning, it is still not easy to rust, at the same time, relative to ceramic bearing is a more cost-effective choice, therefore, it is very common in many medical equipment. Some environments may still require an outer cover seal design to protect the bearing interior from contamination.
Characteristics of ceramic bearings
Medical and surgical equipment need to withstand harsh chemicals in the process of autoclaving. Ceramic bearings are needed at this time. In this harsh environment, ceramic bearings show superior corrosion and heat resistance, while having higher stability and lower density, as well as non-magnetic, non-conductive, wear-resistant and self-lubricating characteristics. Ceramic bearing is the best choice to finally extend the service life of equipment.