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The benefits of silicon nitride bearing balls for high voltage traction motors
Silicon Nitride bearing balls offer the ideal combination of mechanical strength and electrical resistivity. Unlike steel, silicon nitride hybrid bearing assemblies provide strong electrical insulation to eliminate arcing without compromising critical mechanical properties.

In this presentation, CoorsTek R&D Engineer Aaron Miller will discuss the benefits of using Cerbec® Silicon Nitride bearing balls in EV traction motors.

The webinar, hosted by Charged, will include a live Q&A session.


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Aaron Miller PhD
Research and Development Engineer @CoorsTek
Aaron received his BS in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and his PhD in Materials Science, both from the Colorado School of Mines. While his initial focus was on oxide ceramics for armor applications, he has since shifted to non-oxide ceramic materials for applications serving renewable energy, national defense, and semiconductor production. At CoorsTek, his efforts have contributed to improved ceramic bearings used in wind generation, aerospace, and automotive industries.
Steve Pawlowski
Director, Automotive Strategy @CoorsTek
Steve Pawlowski is the Director of Automotive Strategy at CoorsTek, a leading global manufacturer of technical ceramics with over $1B annual revenue. In this role, Pawlowski is responsible for developing the long-term business plan for the company’s automotive sector. He is tasked with providing insight into where and how the company should invest resources in order to achieve business goals and provide value to customers. In his short tenure, Pawlowski has proven instrumental in helping CoorsTek expand into new markets through strategic partnerships and product development.