Clicking on one of the materials below will provide you with a brief description of some of the ball materials available. Since we gathered technical data from various technical sources, the actual mechanical and physical properties will vary from one lot of material to the next. Therefore, we accept no liability for deficiencies or damages arising from the use of this data, and customers should determine the suitability of a material or product by conducting practical tests under realistic conditions. If you have any questions regarding a material, please contact our technical support staff for more detailed information.
One of the most common ball types, chrome steel 52100 is a universal material for many different types of applications.
Carbon alloy balls are available in the following types:
Low Carbon Steel Balls (case hardened), and High Carbon Steel Balls (through hardened).
We carry many different types of plastic balls, such as Acetal (Delrin®), Acrylic (Lucite, Plexiglass), Nylon, Polyamide-imide (Torlon), Polyethylene High Density, Polyethylene Low Density, Polypropylene, Polystyrene and Polytetrafluorethylene (Teflon®).
Sampling of Salem’s inventory in Aluminum, Brass, Chrome Fractions, Chrome Inches, Chrome Millimeters, SS316, SS316L, SS440, Tungsten Carbide