Deep Groove Ball Bearing

The deep grove ball bearing (DGBB) is the most common bearing design in the world and of course a focus product of CeramicSpeed. To help customers choose the correct application-specific product specification, we have organized our DGBB portfolio into 3 product families; Insulate, Xtreme and Corrotec

CeramicSpeed Insulate

Our Insulate products are designed for maximum durability in electrical machines

  • Ceramic balls create an insulation distance off the full ball diameter - your guarantee against current erosion
  • C3 clearance (C4 on request) allows for the normal thermal expansion of motor- / generator shafts
  • Non-friction rubber seals (Type RZ) protect against outside contamination without compromising low-friction running
  • Well proven wide temperature greases ensure long grease life and silent running

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CeramicSpeed Corrotec

The Corrotec product group is designed for maximum reliability in wet and otherwise challenging conditions in the food, pharma, and beverage industries.

  • Ceramic balls allow for long service life even when lubrication is challenged by water and other contaminants
  • Stainless steel rings allow survival in moist conditions
  • High-quality friction seals offer maximum protection against particle ingress
  • Material and lubricant combinations all live up to FDA / EN 1935 regulations for incidental food contact
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CeramicSpeed Xtreme

CeramicSpeed Xtreme bearings are not optimized against one specific industry but offer an overall more robust solution to several industries. The benefits of combining high-quality steel rings with ceramic balls allow for:

  • Higher rotational speeds
  • Reduced lubrication or even dry running
  • Longer service life in oscillating or start-stop applications
  • Longer service life in contaminated environments
  • Longer service life under extreme temperatures
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Did you know...

That labor and other costs associated with replacing worn-out bearings often exceed the price of the actual bearing several times over. Multiply these costs 4-8 times, and you can calculate the potential for reducing costs by replacing traditional bearings with CeramicSpeed Bearings.