Bearing Steel

Qilu’s materials processing guidelines are designed to help customers with plate processing operations such as cutting, bending, welding, machining and heat treatment. Based on the results from extensive testing performed by our dedicated Research & Development Centre, the guidelines cover a wide range of industrial conditions and represent to the best of our knowledge, current practices in the industry.

What is Alloy Bearing Steel?

Bearing steel, also known as high carbon chromium steel, has a carbon content of about 1% WC and a chromium content of 0.5%-1.65% WCR.Bearing steel is divided into high carbon chromium bearing steel, chromium free bearing steel, carburizing bearing steel, stainless bearing steel, medium and high temperature bearing steel and antimagnetic bearing steel.Bearing steel is used to make balls, rollers and bearing rings.Bearing steels have high and uniform hardness and wear resistance, as well as high elastic limits.Bearing steel has strict requirements on the uniformity of chemical composition, the content and distribution of non-metallic inclusions, and the distribution of carbides, etc.

Related models of bearing steel

Our bearing steel products include the following models: