Custom Continuous Cast Iron & Bronze Bearings
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Bearing Supplier in Wisconsin
American Iron & Alloys manufactures bronze and continuous cast iron bearings for a variety of industries and applications. Bearings extend the working life of rotating parts like wheels and pulleys by reducing friction. Thanks to this, bearings can save substantial amounts of time, money, and resources by ensuring machinery and equipment last longer.
At American Iron & Alloys, we can produce a variety of bearings as simple or complex as required, including:
- Ball bearings
- Roller bearings
- Ball thrust bearings
- Roller thrust bearings
- Tapered roller bearings
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Partnering with American Iron & Alloys for Bearing Supply
American Iron & Alloys offers in-house specialty castings, foundry services, and CNC machining services allowing us to manufacture bearings to your exact specifications. Ball bearings, roller bearings, spherical bearings, sleeve, and clip bearings—whatever bearing you need, we can manufacture it. While our Wisconsin metal shop is certainly capable of producing the bearings you need, our nationwide supply chain helps ensure you have your parts when you need them. We're here to help improve your bottom line by providing the most cost-effective solution possible as your bearing supplier.
Our goal as your strategic partner is to provide the highest quality iron & bronze bearings at the most affordable price - and make sure you get them when you need them. We've proven to be a reliable bearing supplier to partners across a variety of industries, and we're capable of doing the same for you.
As an early proponent of the lean supply approach, American Iron & Alloys has developed systems that enable us to respond quickly to our customers’ changing needs. Our efficiencies make us uniquely qualified to provide both raw Versa-Bar cast iron and finished bearings on an as-needed basis. Let us know how we can help you.
AIA's machining capabilities are expansive. There aren't many metal services we can't help with. Our specialty castings and precision CNC machining services enable us to manufacture a wide range of parts and components to your exact specifications. All we need is a blueprint to get started on a prototype bearing. Contact us to learn more about our capabilities. We're ready to help improve and grow your business.
We Stock Versa-Bar Continuous Cast Iron in All Grades
American Iron & Alloys is the worldwide leader in Versa-Bar continuous cast iron tubing, bars, and components, so you can count on us always having what you need. Ductile or gray iron, from V-2 to V-5, American Iron & Alloys is a reliable, cost-effective source for both raw materials and finished bearings manufactured to your precise specifications.
Versa-Bar for Bearings
Cast iron’s low friction, durability, and corrosion resistance make it an ideal metal for bearings. However, not all cast iron is created equally. Versa-Bar offers significant advantages over other cast iron products. The continuous casting process we use to make Versa-Bar creates metallurgically superior parts. Continuous cast metals solidify at a more uniform rate than sand cast components and other steel alternatives, resulting in far more durable bearings and bearing components.
About American Iron & Alloys
Based in Waukesha, Wisconsin, American Iron & Alloys has been providing quality Versa-Bar continuous cast iron and other metal products since 1982. We also have a warehouse and distribution center on the east coast to enable faster delivery to customers east of Wisconsin.
Request a Quote on Versa-Bar Cast Iron Bearings
American Iron & Alloys offers extremely competitive pricing on both raw Versa-Bar stock and custom bearings, sleeves, and components made to your specifications. We have the technology and the expertise to produce any type of bearing you need—with the highest cast iron available. Request a quote today. All we need to get started is a drawing of your part and specifications.