(Radial) Ball Bearings

A ball bearing is a mechanical component that reduces friction between rotating parts. They bear axial and radial loads and position moving parts (such as wheels, axles, and shafts) so that they can freely rotate around a fixed axis. This is accomplished by transmitting load through balls retained between two races. One race is attached to a rotating component (shaft), and the other race remains free. Ball bearings support fewer loads than roller bearings and operate at higher speeds. Pumps, motors, conveyor belt rollers, industrial machinery, and machine tools all typically use ball bearings.

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