- For use in single- and double-row bearings that support radial loads
- Grade G23 for precision relative to sphericity, surface integrity, and size
- Chrome steel for durability and resistance to deformity under heavy loads
- Item Is Not Magnetic
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VXB Brand G23 Bearing Balls, Chrome Steel, 1/4" Diameter (Pack of 100)
|Price:||$3.72 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||BC Precision|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Outside Diameter||1/4 inches|
|Number of Items||1|
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This G23 bearing balls are made with chrome steel and are 1/4-inch in diameter. These bearing balls are grade G23 for precision relative to sphericity, surface integrity, and size and are made from chrome steel for durability and resistance to deformity under heavy loads. The G23 bearing balls are suitable for use in single and double row bearings that support radial loads. It comes in a pack of 100.
Rolling bearings use rolling elements to maintain the separation between moving parts to reduce rotational friction and support radial and axial loads. These elements can be one of the following types: ball, cylindrical, spherical, barrel, needle, spindle, or tapered. All rolling bearings are open, shielded, or sealed. Sealed bearings are lubricated with oil or grease in the bearing factory, while open and shielded bearings are meant to be lubricated in place, with periodic reapplication of lubrication, based on use. The shield protects the working parts of the bearing from environmental debris that may be introduced and could reduce the ball bearing speed and lifespan. Rolling bearings are used in a range of applications from agricultural machinery to conveying equipment, robotics, dental equipment, elevators, rolling mills, ship rudder shafts, and aggregate crushers, among others.
Top Customer Reviews
No defects from any balls. In a nice small sealed plastic wrap. 100 is heaps for 3-something bux! :D
They're small, but if one of these angry chickens was flying toward your nose at mach 3 straight from a "Y" shaped weapon of death and mayhem, you'd flinch, right?
I got these to create hurricane balls with. These were pretty much impossible to solder together. I tried just melting them together too, but that didn't work. I had to run a current across two of them to have them melt together at their point of contact. It was a really weak though and would constantly break apart.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The magnets in these are hardly magnets. They will stick to each other but split up under any pressure and definitely not strong enough to build anything. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ashley Robbins
When you search for "spherical magnets" these are the first thing on the list. They are NOT magnets. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
My son was really excited when we ordered this but he was disappointed when it was not what he ordered.Published 7 months ago by Bertha
They are as described, non-magnetic, worked great far cheaper than local supplier.Published 8 months ago by Hoppy
Not magnetic. Balls don't stick together at all. Gotta order another brand.Published 9 months ago by M. Lu