Found in key bike parts like hubs, bottom bracket, headset, and more, bearings are the unsung heroes. They support every non-stationary component, ensuring smooth mobility and peak performance. The backbone of your ride.
Ball bearings are widely used in various applications when high speed revolution, low-friction torque, low vibration, and low noise are required. It is easy to install and require less maintenance than other bearing types.
Needle bearings are characterized by its lightweight and high load capacity. It is made with relatively heavy but thin outer ring, made from hardened and precision ground materials, thus provides the smallest section height.
Special customized bearings can be provided with corresponding bearing design according to customers' use requirements.
The rolling elements of this bearing are tapered rollers. They form a line contact with raceway of inner ring and outer ring, that can be separable. They are available in both metric, inch, and non-standard dimensions.
A spherical plain bearing (Rod end) is known for its good wear resistance, manufactured to withstand big radial load and axial load from any direction. It is suitable for both production and construction machinery.
Bushing is characterized by its small coefficient of friction, hard-wearing, good corrosion resistance and oil-free lubrication. It provides better self-lubrication, hard weariness, and low friction. There are many advantages using bushings, such as reduced cost smaller in size, low noise.
The linear bearing, an essential component in bearing manufacture, is designed to rotate with the steel ball, enabling it to function within the linear motion system as a linear motion mechanism. It exhibits small friction and relative stability while maintaining high accuracy, low noise, and high rigidity even under heavy load.