SSR10B-C-1/2B, Radial Ball Bearing, Ceramic Balls, Single Row, Inch Size

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  • List price 1-49 pcs.
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    TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION AND ADVANTAGES

A KMS 316 Stainless and ceramic ball bearing should only be used when a conventional 440 Stainless or a KMS Plastic ball bearing are unsuitable.

  • Corrosion resistant
  • Free turning
  • Ceramic balls for non-lube application
  • Hygienic
  • Can run in liquids
  • Non-magnetic
  • Potentially longer life than 316 SS Balls
  • High temperature models available with high temperature capable cage or without cage (Full complement)
  • Load and speed calculations are for reference only. KMS recommends testing in the actual environment.
  • Information presented is believed to be accurate at the time of publication but it is subject to change without notice.
  • Ball retainer material, and color are based on availability.
Specifications

Additional Information

Inch Metric inch
ID (in) 1/2
OD (in) 1 3/8
Width (in) 7/16
Row Type single
Flange no
Ball Type Ceramic
Max. RPM No Load 1069
Dynamic Load Capacity (LBS) 207
Static Load Capacity (LBS) 165
Standard Bearing Type 316 Stainless Raceways and ceramic balls fitted with Polymer Cage
Availability Some bearings listed on our website may not be in inventory. Some may require a minimum order, and delivery could range from 3 to 6 weeks. Check with KMS for availability.

Plastic Vs Steel

Product Integration: A plastic bearing can be mounted into other components or parts such as plastic wheels, pulleys or housings. In certain design concepts, seamless integration can be achieved where the bearing will have the pulley profile as the outer ring, and the shaft or a fixing clip replaces the inner ring . This integration lowers assembly time and also results in utilization of fewer parts, increasing affordability.


Read all the benefits of Plastic vs Steel Bearings