Forging is a metal shaping treatment that works through the forces of heat and impact to give the desired shape to the metal. Contact Bearing Co. having facility of Forging process for inner and outer rings high quality precision of Inner bearing and outer bearing and other industries components parts is the combination of Bearing Unit.Our forging Steel is passed through various parameters set in auto parts industry norms.
Bearing rings are produced by turning, Basically there are three types of turning operation they are O.D turning, I.D turning and face turning. Our horizontal turning machines offer high flexible finishing operations with High accuracy.
The goal of hardening is to increase the strength of the metal. We offers a Qualty hardening for Bearings races & Rollers hardening. The hardness of the races as well as the rolling elements is further checked and tested using a hardness tester.
Grinding is a commonly used finishing process to produce components of desired shape, size and dimensional accuracy where the ultimate goal is to have the maximum workpiece quality, minimum machining time and high energetic efficiency. Contact Bearing Co. having facility of ID and OD grinding of various bearing sizes.
When we manufacture bearings, mainly two different types of casting method are employed. One is the centrifugal casting. In this method, melt alloy is casted into the back-metal that is heated at a high temperature and is rotated at a high speed. By utilizing the centrifugal force, two different metals are adhered (welded) elaborately. To produce highly sophisticated bearings, technologies based on knowledge, experience and equipment that have been accumulated for a long period are necessary, including temperature and combination of back-metal and alloy, centrifugal force when the back-metal is rotated and others. The other method is the gravity casting that melted alloy is poured into the inner side of a fixed back-metal. Unlike the centrifugal casting, there is no high speed rotation, but the centrifugal casting and the gravity casting are the same in aspect that the adherence level is increased when the heated back-metal at a high temperature is welded to the melted alloy. In order to firmly adhere the alloy to inner surface of the back-metal, temperature control for both sides is critical. Size and shape of bearings as well as composition and thickness of the suitable alloy differ depending on the size and output of the engine to be used.
Bearings are mechanical assemblies that consist of rolling elements and usually inner and outer races which are used for rotating or linear shaft applications After the super finishing process, all the races and rolling elements are washed and cleaned ultrasonically to clear off all the remaining dirt and dust. Thereafter, based on the specific customer requirements, the components are assembled.
After assembling the components, bearings are neatly and securely packed under hygienic conditions. The manufactured bearings are first oiled to ensure protection against varied atmospheric effects and then wrapped securely in plastic bags. Further to that, these are packed in individual boxes which are collectively packed in a master box for transportation.