PEER is committed to utilizing advanced manufacturing technologies to produce the highest quality bearings needed for our customers. These advanced technologies include heat treatment processes, grinding and automated assembly production lines. Our manufacturing facilities produce bearings that are carefully monitored utilizing in-line statistical process controls.
Our production line supervisors and engineers are trained through the Bearing Institute and are capable of continuously implementing improved production processes for bearing manufacturing. When required, products can be designed and manufactured to customers’ unique specifications to achieve the performance demanded by the applications.
Our Plant Certifications include:
- ISO/TS 16949:2009
- ISO 14001:2004
- OHSAS 18001:2007
PEER Ball Bearing Manufacturing Facility:
Established in 1995. the PEER Ball Bearing plant produces a wide variety of product lines including precision electric-motor-quality ball bearings, mounted units, agricultural bearings, miniature bearings and other specialty bearings. This factory is equipped to manufacture custom bearing solutions for our global customers.
The PEER Ball Bearing plant has consistently expanded, and will continue to expand, to accommodate the global growth of PEER.
PEER Roller Bearing Factory:
Established in 1999, the PEER Roller Bearing plant produces for a variety of industries including Off-Highway, On-Highway, Industrial Transmission, Fluid and related aftermarket. The Inner Diameter size range is 15mm-200mm with the ability to produce 12MM sets annually.
PEER Mechanical Parts Turning Factory:
The turning of rings is the first process in the manufacturing process of bearings. This vertical manufacturing investment helps PEER to be more responsive and flexible to the needs of our customer both for sample and production orders. PEER’s new Turning Facility features a salt bath heat treatment furnace that can produce rings with an outer diameter reach of 650mm and a thickness of 40mm. The current annual capacity at this facility is 3,000 tons.
“I strongly believe that this investment of PEER on the Heat Treatment and Turning facility will support PEER to ensure our customers receive the best service and higher flexibility while providing more reliable solutions. It reinforces our capabilities that serve PEER’s strategy to further strengthen our market positions in our targeted industries,” said Patrick Tong, President PEER.