C&U Bearings for Electric Motors and Generators

Through years of research and development, C&U has successfully developed bearings that meet and exceed the requirements of electric motor manufacturers. Our electric motors bearings are designed to operate reliably, even under severe working conditions. As a result, C&U bearings are very popular among electric motor and power tools manufacturers. Our advancements in bearing materials and manufacturing technology have brought C&U electric motor bearings to the highest global standards for reliability, low noise, low temperature rise, and long service life. Our new “TD” (Technology and Development) series of electric motor bearings easily meets and exceeds the market needs for these demanding applications.

Angular contact ball bearings

C&U angular contact bearings are manufactured using the highest-quality materials for maximum durability and life cycle. Advanced technologies help ensure close tolerances (even at high speeds), quiet operation, and minimal friction and wear, making these bearings are ideal for use in high-performance electric motors.

Ball bearings

C&U manufactures high-quality, high-speed rotation, sealed ball bearings for use in electric motors and tools. These highly advanced bearings are designed to meet the most demanding requirements for bearing life, NVH, seals, and lubrication.

Cylindrical roller bearings

Cylindrical roller bearings are ideal for high speeds and high temperatures. C&U cylindrical roller bearings are engineered to minimize friction for increased service life. They are available in a wide range of tight bearing tolerances for use in electric motors.

Hybrid ceramic ball bearings

C&U hybrid ceramic ball bearings are engineered to maximize the benefits of precision steel ring construction and light weight ceramic balls. HCBB have excellent electric insulation properties and provide high-speed capability and longer service life than all-steel bearings in most applications. In addition to resistance to electrical arcing these bearings provide low maintenance costs, extended grease life, increased service life and reduced wear from vibration and contamination.

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