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Dimensional Conversion Chart

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Decimals
Metric
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Weight per 1000 balls kg Inch
Fractions
Inch
Decimals
Metric
mm
Weight per 1000 balls kg
1/64 .0156 0.397 .00026 .7480 19.000 27.98
.0197 0.500 .00051 3/4 .7500 19.050 28.20
1/32 .0312 0.794 .00210 25/32 .7812 19.844 31.87
.0394 1.000 .00407 .7874 20.000 32.63
3/64 .0469 1.190 .00688 13/16 .8125 20.637 35.85
.0472 1.200 .00704 .8268 21.000 37.77
.0590 1.500 .01377 27/32 .8437 21.431 40.15
1/16 .0625 1.588 .01632 .8661 22.000 43.43
5/64 .0781 1.984 .03187 7/8 .8750 22.225 44.78
.0787 2.000 .0326 .9055 23.000 49.63
3/32 .0937 2.381 .0550 29/32 .9062 23.019 49.75
.0984 2.500 .0638 15/16 .9375 23.812 55.07
7/64 .1094 2.778 .0875 .9449 24.000 56.39
.1181 3.000 .1101 31/32 .9687 24.606 60.77
1/8 .1250 3.175 .1305 .9842 25.000 63.73
.1378 3.500 .1749 1 1.0000 25.400 66.84
9/64 .1406 3.572 .1859 1.0236 26.000 71.69
5/32 .1562 3.969 .2550 1 1/16 1.0625 26.987 80.17
.1575 4.000 .2610 1.1024 28.000 89.54
11/64 .1719 4.366 .3394 1 1/8 1.1250 28.575 95.17
.1772 4.500 .3716 1.1811 30.000 110.10
3/16 .1875 4.762 .4406 1 3/16 1.1875 30.162 111.90
.1968 5.000 .5099 1 1/4 1.2500 31.750 130.50
.2165 5.500 .6786 1.2598 32.000 133.70
7/32 .2187 5.556 .6996 1 5/16 1.3125 33.337 151.10
15/64 .2344 5.953 .8605 1.3386 34.000 160.30
.2362 6.000 .8810 1 3/8 1.3750 34.925 173.80
1/4 .2500 6.350 1.044 1.3780 35.000 174.90
.2559 6.500 1.120 1.4173 36.000 190.30
17/64 .2656 6.747 1.253 17/16 1.4375 36.512 198.50
.2756 7.000 1.399 1.4960 38.000 223.80
9/32 .2812 7.144 1.487 1 1/2 1.5000 38.100 225.60
.2953 7.500 1.721 1 9/16 1.5625 39.687 255.00
19/64 .2969 7.541 1.749 1.5748 40.000 261.00
5/16 .3125 7.938 2.040 1 5/8 1.6250 41.275 286.00
.3150 8.000 2.088 1 11/16 1.6875 42.862 321.20
.3346 8.500 2.505 1 3/4 1.7500 44.450 358.20
11/32 .3437 8.731 2.715 1.7716 45.000 371.70
.3543 9.000 2.973 1 13/16 1.8125 46.037 398,00
23/64 .3594 9.128 3.102 1 7/8 1.8750 47.625 440.60
.3740 9.500 3.497 1 15/16 1.9375 49.212 486.10
3/8 .3750 9.525 3.525 1.9685 50.000 509.90
25/64 .3906 9.922 3.983 2 2.0000 50.800 534.70
.3937 10.000 4.079 21/8 2.1250 53.975 641.40
13/32 .4062 10.319 4.481 2.1653 55.000 678.60
.4331 11.000 5.429 21/4 2.2500 57.150 761.30
7/16 .4375 11.112 5.597 2.3622 60.000 881.00
.4528 11.500 6.203 23/8 2.3750 60.325 895.40
29/64 .4531 11.509 6.219 2y2 2.5000 63.500 1044.40
15/32 .4687 11.906 6.884 2.5590 65.000 1120.10
.4724 12.000 7.048 25/8 2.6250 66.675 1209.00
31/64 .4844 12.303 7.596 23/4 2.7500 69.850 1390.10
y2 .5000 12.700 8.355 2.7559 70.000 1484.70
.5118 13.000 8.961 27/8 2.8750 73.025 1588.40
17/32 .5312 13.494 10.02 2.9528 75.000 1720.70
.5512 14.000 11.19 3 3.0000 76.200 1804.70
9/16 .5625 14.288 11.90 31/8 3.1250 79.375 2039.80
.5905 15.000 13.77 3.1500 80.000 2088.30
19/32 .5937 15.081 13.99 3 ¥a 3.2500 82.550 2294.40
5/8 .6250 15.875 16.32 3.3464 85.000 2530.90
.6299 16.000 16.70 3y2 3.5000 88.900 2865.70
21/32 .6562 16.669 18.89 3.5433 90.000 2993.40
.6693 17.000 20.04 3.7401 95.000 3521.10
11/16 .6875 17.462 21.72 33/4 3.7500 95.250 3524.70
.7087 18.000 23.79 3.9370 100.000 4078.80
23/32 .7187 18.256 24.82 4 4.0000 101.600 4277.70

Tungsten Carbide Cobalt Binder

General Information

Tungsten Carbide materials have a unique combinations of properties, high compressive strength, hardness and resistance to wear, as well as an ability to withstand shock and impact. Typical applications are Valves, Flowmeters, Ball Screws and Linear Bearings. Balls from this material are also used for Ballizing, Gauging and Ball Pens.

Composition  
Tungsten Carbide     93 – 95%
Co 5-7%
Hardness Hra 90.5 – 91.5
Co 5-7%
Mechanical Properties (Typical)  
Density 14.947 – 15.0% g/cm3
Thermal Conductivity 100 W/m/oC
Electrical Resistivity 20 uW/cm
Size Range – 0.6 mm (0.024") to 50.8 mm (2")
Standard Grades Available 5,10, 25,100
Size Range 0.6 mm (0.024") to 50.8 mm (2")

Titanium Alloys

General Information

Titanium balls provide low weight, good mechanical features, thermal properties and corrosion resistance. They are used even in aesthetic applications. Grade 1 and Grade 2 belongs to the Commercially pure Titanium Alloys family.

Applications

Titanium balls are used in Aviation, Aerospace, Military, Chemical, Petrochemical Industry, in the Medical Field, Jewelry, Calibration of Measurement Instruments, Piercing purposes.

Chemical Composition
C 0.080% Max
N 0.030% Max
TL balance
Fe 0.20% Max
0 0.18% Max
H 0.015% Max
Hardness HRc 28-42
Size Range 1mm – 12mm
Standard Grades Available 100,200

Tungsten Carbide Nickel Binder

General Information

Conventional Tungsten Carbides (with Cobalt binder) has limited corrosion resistance, which makes them unsuitable for applications in which the wear parts are operating under both severe abrasive and corrosive conditions. As a general rule straight Tungsten Carbide (with Cobait Binder) is resistant to corrosion down to pH 7. By comparison, tests have shown that our Tungsten Carbide (with Nickel binder) material is resistant to corrosion down to pH 2 or 3.

Composition (IS) -K16C)
Tungsten Carbide 90 – 92%
Nickel Base Binder 8 -10%
Hardness
Hra 88 – 89
Size Range: 0.635 mm (0.025") to 50.8 mm (2")
Standard GradesAvailable 10, 25,100

Hastelloy C276 Alloy Balls

General Information

Ni based alloy balls, they show very good crevice, pitting and stress corrosion resistance, both on oxidating and reducing environments. Good wear resistance. Balls are provide in the passivated condition.

Applications

Special pumps and valves, they are applied in the Foodstuff, Paper, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Naval, Petrol, Textile industry. Devices for Waste Treatment, Pollution Check, Flue Gas Desulfurization, Turbines.

Chemical Composition
Cr 14.5-16.5%
W 3-4.5%
Mo 15-17%
Fe 4-7%
Co 2.5% max.
Ni Balance
Hardness HRc 32-48
Size Range 3/64″ – 4″ max
Standard Grades Available 100,200

Inconel 825 Alloy Balls

General Information

Austentic NiCrFe alloy balls, they provide excellent corrosion resistance in aggressive environments, both general and localized.

Applications

Special Valves for the Chemical Industry.

Chemical Composition
C 0.050% Max
Si 0.50 Max
Mn 1.00% Max
P 0.020% Max
S 0.030% Max
Cr 19.50 – 23.50 %
Ni 38.00 – 46.00 %
Mo 2.50 – 3.50 %
Cu 1.50 – 3.00 %
Ti 0.60 – 1.20 %
Al 0.20% Max
Fe 22.00 % Min
Hardness HRc 25-30
Mechanical Properties (Typical)  
Tensile Strength 850-950 Mpa
Density 8.14 g/cm3
Size Range – 3/64" – 4" max
Standard Grades Available 100, 200, 500,1000

Monel K 400 Alloy Balls

General Information

Nl-Cu based alloys with good mechanical characteristics and excellent corrosion resistance. Balls are provided in the passivated condition.

Applications

Special Pumps and Valves, Flue Gas Desulfurization, Heat Exchangers. They are used in the Paper, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Naval, Petrol and Textile Industry.

Chemical Composition
C 0.30% Max
Si 0.50 Max
Mn 2.00% Max
S 0.024% Max
Ni 63.00 – 70.00 %
Cu 28.00 – 34.00 %
Co 1.00% Max
Fe 2.50 % Max
Hardness HRc 17-22
Mechanical Properties (Typical)  
Tensile Strength 670-770 Mpa
Density 8.82 g/cm3
Size Range – 3/64" – 4" max
Standard Grades Available 25,100, 200

Inconel 625 Alloy Balls

General Information

NL based alloy with high corrosion resistance properties, even in very aggressive environments. Bails are provide in the passivated condition.

Applications

Sea Water Applications, Compressors, Heat Exchangers, Turbines, Speciai Pumps and Valves. They are used in Aerospace, Chemical, Naval, Military, Nuclear, Oil and Gas Industry, High Temperature Appiications.

Chemical Composition
C 0.100% Max
Si 0.50% Max
Mn 0.50% Max
P 0.015% Max
s 0 015% Max
Cr 20.00 – 23.00 %
Ni 58.00% min
Cu 0.50 Max
Mo 8.00-10.00%
Nb 3.15-4.15%
Co 1.00% Max
Al 0.40% Max
Ti 0.40% Max
Fe 5.00% Max
Hardness HRc 30-35
Mechanical Properties (Typical)  
Tensile Strength 1000-1100 Mpa
Density 8.42 g/cm3
Size Range – 3/64" – 4" max
Standard Grades Available 100, 200, 500,1000

Monel K 500 Alloy Balls

General Information

Ni-Cu precipitation hardening ally, it presents higher hardness and load resistance with respect to Monel 400 alloy but same corrosion resistance. Bails are provide in the passivated state.

Applications

Special Pumps and Valves, they are used in Paper, Chemical, Electronic, Pharmaceutical, Naval, Oil and Gas Industry, Textile industry.

Chemical Composition
C 0.25% Max
Si 0.50% Max
Mn 1.50% Max
S 0.010% Max
Ni 63 00-70 00% Max
Cu 27.00-33.00% Max
Ti 0.35-0.85%
Al 2.30-3.15%
Fe 2.00% Max
Hardness
HRB
75-90
Mechanical Property  
Tensile Strength 920-1020 Mpa
Density 8.42 g/cm3
Size Range 3/64″ – 4″ max
Standard Grades Available 28,40,100, 200, 500,1000

Copper Balls

General Information

Nearly pure copper balls, they show good mechanical and corrosion resistance properties, excellent thermal and electric conductivity.

Small amounts of alloying elements as Cr, Zr, Ag, Cd, Mg, Sn allow to improve the mechanical properties.

Applications

Copper balls are used in Galvanic Applications and in the fieid of Electronic Industry.

Chemical Composition

Cu 99.900 % min
Other 0.010 Max
Hardness HV 40-120
Mechanical Properties  
Tensile Strength 220-320Mpa
Density 8.91 g/cm3
Size Range 3/64″ -1.5/8″ max
Standard Grades Available 100, 200, 500,1000

Alloy 20 Balls

General Information

Alloy 20, is a nickel-iron-chromium austenitic alloy that was developed for maximum resistance to acid attack, specifically sulfuric acid. This super alloy has excellent resistance to general corrosion, pitting, and crevice corrosion in chemicals containing chlorides and sulfuric, phosphoric, and nitric acids. It also contains niobium for stabilization against sensitization and resultant inter granular corrosion.

Applications

Special Bearings, Pumps and Valves, in all applications where high wear, corrosion and temperature resistance are demanded.

Chemical Composition
Ni 32.00-38.00%
Fe Balance
Cr 19.0-21.0%
Cu 3.0-4.0%
Mo 2.0-3.0%
Nb 8xC-1.0% max
C .07% max
Mn 2.0% max
p .045% max
S .035% max
Si 1.0% max
Mechanical Properties  
Tensile Min 80 ksi
Yield Min. (.2% offset) 35 ksi
Elongation Min. 30%
Reduction of Area Min. 50%
Size Range 3/64" – 4" max
Standard Grades Available 28,40,100, 200

Brass Balls

General Information

Brass balls show fairish mechanical performance, good corrosion resistance, excellent electrical properties. They generate low frictions.

Applications

Special Valves, Industrial Pumps and Valves, Electronic Devices, Safety Switches, Heating Units, Appliances, Furniture Rails.

They are used in the Automotive, Electronic and Petrochemical Industry.

Chemical Composition
Cu 68.50-71.50% (C26000)
63.00- 68.50% (C27000)
59.00- 63.00% (C28000)
Zn balance (C26000) balance (C27000)balance (C28000)
Pb 0.070 Max (C26000) 0.090 Max (C27000)0.090 Max (C28000)
Fe 0.050 Max (C26000) 0.070 Max (C27000)0.070 Max (C28000)
Hardness HRB 75-87
Mechanical Properties  
Size Range 3/64" – 4" max
Tensile Strength 500-600 Mpa
Density 8.49 g/cm3

Applications

  • Automotive
  • Power Generation
  • Petrochemicals
  • Fluid Power
  • Instrumentation
  • Chemicals & Fertilizer Plants
  • Electronics
  • Filtration
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Hydraulic Fittings
  • Hydraulic Cylinders
  • Pneumatic Cylinders
  • Valves and Pumps
  • Plumbing Products
  • Dairy/Food Processing
  • Earthmoving & Construction Equipment

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