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Q: Do full ceramic bearings need lubrication?

A: No, full ceramic bearings can be run completely dry. They do not need lubrication to run. Ceramic is non-porous, unlike steel, as a result it is virtually frictionless. Ceramic…

Q: When should I replace my bearings?

A: If you have gone through the cleaning steps outlined above and your bearings begin to feel gritty or notchie to the touch, they should be replaced. When bearings sit idle for a…

Q: How much maintenance do bearings require?

A: Maintenance depends on the type of enclosures and lubricants your bearings have. Rubber sealed or Ultra sealed bearings require no maintenance and the lube is good for the life…

Q: Where can I find technical engineering data about bearings?

A: Any bearing you search for on this site will display technical data including: Bearing Material, Enclosure Type, RPM Data, Load Rating etc. If you need more detailed information…