Environmentally Friendly Surface Engineering
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bearing Characteristics



When you need to have a joint that is very strong, in a tough environment, where lubrication is difficult or impossible, and you need it to perform well technically - Nitrotec may well be the answer. 

Ball joints are the example we often refer to, as these are usually critical to the operation of the master body (e.g. the car) and because the treatment works so well, customers tend to rely on our competence and expertise and "forget" the top class quality and technical delivery. Nitrotec works.

The corrosion resistance delivered by the Nitrotec process allows the components to be used in tough environments where lubrication is difficult or impossible, where other solutions break down due to corrosion.

Because of the ability to retain oil and the inherent wear resistance, Nitrotec treated surfaces may operate in contact with one another without the need to employ individual bearings.



Bearings commonly need very high internal strength, as they are used in tough environments - and the component needs to be capable of withstanding a real battering over long periods of time. 

The materials you use in your component will affect the achieved results - talk with our specialists before you decide which to use. Our advice often leads to clients saving money! 

 
 
 
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Our parent company is based in Holland, and is one of the largest providers of engineering services to the automotive and aerospace businesses in the world.
 
 
 
Quick links

Link to WEAR RESISTANCE                               Link to INDENTATION RESISTANCE             Link to NITROTEC TECHNOLOGY

Link to PART LUBRICATION                               Link to DIMENSION CONTROL                      Link to NITROTEC LICENSEES

Link to COMPONENT STRENGTH
                      Link to CORROSION RESISTANCE               Link to NITROTEC CONTACT

Link to BEARING PERFORMANCE                     HAUCK HEAT TREATMENT                           NON-TOXIC heat treatment process