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TRB RC 5/64 Si3N4 Grade 5 Ceramic Diff Balls (6) Associated B4 B4.2 T4

SKU 5-64-Si3N4-TRBRC-100232

UPC: 819637021155
MPN: TRB-100232
Model: 5/64 Si3N4 Ceramic Balls
Condition: NEW
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TRB RC 6ea 5/64" Si3N4 Ceramic Grade 5 Ball.

Commonly Used In Radio Control Hobby Applications Such as Ball Differential Thrust Balls.

Part # TRB-100232
Part SKU# 5-64-Si3N4-TRBRC-100232

The Characteristic of Ceramic Balls

Compared with steel, ceramic materials are noted for their better or particular characters, such as wear-resistance, corrosion resistance,
high temperature resistance, electrical insulation (except SiC), non-magnetic, high strength, high rigidity, and low specific gravity. These
properties qualify them for replacing steel to make bearings serve in conditions of higher speed, harsh environment and less lube, and
decrease wear, noise, vibration and maintenance time of bearings, and eventually increase performance, reliability and life of bearings.

Ceramic materials, which can be used in making bearings, include mainly silicon nitride, ZrO2, alumina (Al2O3), and silicon carbide .
Si3N4 is first choice within the above mentioned ceramic materials due to its excellent characters (Table 1). And a properly engineered
silicon nitride bearing ball fails in the same manner as a steel ball, flaking of the ball surface. But ZrO2, Al2O3 and SiC fail in a crush form,
a catastrophic failure.