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How fast can a bearing rotate?

Clasic Bearings work to help one surface slide along another by minimizing the points of friction between the two. Imagine sliding a puck across a hockey table without using the air . There's friction at all points where the puck is touching the surface. But if you turn the air on, Suddenly that puck is racing across the table.

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Comment of Alan:
You didn't answer the question to "How fast can a bearing rotate?". Was looking for some data - not just "...that puck is racing across the table". I am curious, since I am contemplating a wheel hub application - and having a feel for whether I am in the ballpark of viability would be nice! Thanks - Alan
Added at: 2016-10-25 00:18

Comment of Jy Jy:
Go on main page and click the bearings that you need to know the speed
Added at: 2016-10-25 02:14