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What’s the Difference Between Ceramic and Hybrid Bearings ?

Ceramics are primarily used in bearings due to the material’s corrosion- and temperature-resistant properties. Ceramics are inert, whereas metals are reactive—making ceramics resistant to corrosive materials such as seawater and many chemicals, including acids and alkalis. As ceramic bearings do not corrode, they require less maintenance than their steel alternatives and can be used in highly hostile environments.

Unsurprisingly, these corrosion resistant properties allow for ceramic bearings to be used in many industries, ranging from food and chemical production to marine and underwater applications.

However, there is some confusion surrounding this topic. Often, what people refer to as ceramic bearings are actually hybrid bearings. So, what’s the difference between full ceramic and hybrid options?

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