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Bearings for Non-Magnetic Requirement

Bearings for Non-Magnetic Requirement
Bearings for non-magnetic requirement are classified into non-magnetic (relative permeability 1.01 or less) bearings and completely non-magnetic (relative permeability 1.001 or less) bearings. Both bearings are harder and more resistant to corrosion than conventional stainless steel or beryllium-copper alloys.
High Corrosion-Resistant, Non-Magnetic Stainless Steel ESA Bearings
High Corrosion-Resistant, Non-Magnetic Stainless Steel ESA Bearings
ESA Bearings, combining austenite stainless steel and hardened surface layers, possess high hardness, corrosion resistance and non-magnetic properties, and are suitable for corrosive environments and non-magnetic requirement in normal atmosphere and vacuum.
Completely Non-Magnetic Titanium Alloy Bearings
Completely Non-Magnetic Titanium Alloy Bearings
Titanium alloy bearings have special titanium alloy inner/outer rings and ceramic balls, making them completely non-magnetic (relative permeability 1.001 or less). These bearings are suitable for non-magnetic requirement from normal atmosphere up to vacuum.
All-Ceramic Bearings (Oxide-Based Ceramics)
All-Ceramic Bearings (Oxide-Based Ceramics)
With ceramic outer/inner rings and balls, all-ceramic bearings have self-lubricating fluororesin cages and are suitable for corrosive environments and non-magnetic requirement from normal atmosphere up to vacuum.
Semiconductors

Semiconductors