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The passivation of steel balls, also known as the passivation of metals, is the process by which the electrochemical behavior of the metal caused by changes in the surface state of the ball gives it certain characteristics of the precious metal.
Chrome Steel Grade 25 302 SS Grade 100 316 SS Grade 100 260 Brass Grade 200 1010 Steel Grade 1000 440C SS Grade 100 Passivated, 1" Grade is 200 Supply Chain Availability Ships from Manuf. This item ships from the
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All of our Stainless Steel balls are passivated. CCR's High Precision Stainless Steel Balls are used in aerospace applications and precision bearings. Other applications include valve pumps, locking mechanisms, sprinkling systems, appliance components, nail polish and spray paint bottles for agitation, casters, drawer slides, and a host of other industrial and consumer products.
Hartford 440C stainless steel balls are passivated to remove free iron contaminants and facilitate spontaneous Applications: Bearing / Power Transmission Diameter / OD: 0.0197 to 2.5 inch
304 Stainless Steel balls are an austentistic, unhardened stainless steel with excellent resistance to corrosion by oxidizing agents, most organic chemicals, food stuffs and sterilizing solutions. 304 Stainless Steel has a lower carbon content than 302 Stainless Steel. 304 is slightly magnetic. Ask us about our special packaging for surface
2000 series aluminum balls allow to get better mechanical characteristics, balls can be provided in the passivated condition; 3000 series aluminum balls are not heat treated and show slightly better mechanical characteristics with respect to 1000 series, balls
It is essential that your stainless steel systems and equipment are correctly cleaned and passivated before going into service. The cost of pre-commissioning passivation is much less than the costs associated with replacing corroded parts or failed product batches should the system be put into service without carrying it out.
Passivation of 420 Stainless Steel and Color Changes February 9, 2009 I use both carbon ball bearings and 420 stainless steel ball bearings in my factory. To prevent the factory workers from confusing the carbon balls abd the SS balls, I want to change the color
Hardened stainless steel balls are generally made using Martensitic processes, which adds carbon to the material and makes it tougher and harder wearing. They are also usually provided in a passivated condition, which adds an extra micro-coating to make them even more durable.