Stainless steel bearings possess chemical and corrosion resistance, as well as stability in high-temperature environments, enabling them to reduce equipment maintenance costs and downtime, and extend their operational lifespan. These advantages make stainless steel bearings highly suitable for applications in harsh environments.
Stainless steel bearings are usually made of austenitic or martensitic stainless steel, which is relatively soft and malleable compared to ceramic materials.
Stainless steel bearings have good oxidation resistance and corrosion resistance, making them particularly suitable for harsh production environments.
Stainless steel bearings can be used in special conditions such as acid resistance and water resistance, with high mechanical strength and large load capacity. Therefore, they are widely used in fields such as food processing, medical equipment, and pharmaceutical machinery.