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316 Stainless Steel Insert Ball Bearings

KMS produces Insert Ball Bearings made from 316 stainless steel for raceways and balls. They feature a deep ball groove construction and a polymer cage. They are specifically designed to provide superior corrosion resistance when compared to conventional 440C stainless or steel insert bearings. For lighter load applications please see Plastic Insert Ball Bearings.

 

 

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Part # ID OD Width Total Width
SSIB204-1/2

1/2 in

47 mm

1.85 in

0.591 in

0.950 in

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SSIB204-5/8

5/8 in

47 mm

1.85 in

0.591 in

0.950 in

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SSIB204-3/4

3/4 in

47 mm

1.85 in

0.591 in

0.950 in

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SSIB205-3/4

3/4 in

52 mm

2.047 in

0.709 in

1.060 in

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SSIB205-7/8

7/8 in

52 mm

2.047 in

0.709 in

1.060 in

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SSIB205-1

1 in

52 mm

2.047 in

0.709 in

1.060 in

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SSIB206-1-1/16

1 1/16 in

52 mm

2.441 in

0.709 in

1.060 in

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SSIB206-1-1/8

1 1/8 in

62 mm

2.441 in

0.709 in

1.220 in

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SSIB206-1-3/16

1 3/16 in

62 mm

2.441 in

0.709 in

1.220 in

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SSIB206-1-1/4

1 1/4 in

62 mm

2.441 in

0.709 in

1.220 in

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Plastic Vs Steel

Lubrication Free: Steel bearings require lubrication to reduce friction, dissipate heat and prevent corrosion. Due to the design of plastic ball bearings, there is no metal to metal contact, which results in less friction. Many times the liquids the bearings are running in can dissipate heat and act as the lubricant.


Read all the benefits of Plastic vs Steel Bearings