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V-belt drives provide a versatile method of power transmission in the mining and quarrying industry as they are cost effective and versatile. See how to get the most from your v-belts.
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It is essential that medical and laboratory automation equipment runs smoothly, meaning the optimum machine parts must chosen.
36% of bearing failures are due to poor lubrication practices, something that can be difficult to to maintain in the harsh environment of the food & beverage industry.
Pioneered in 1919 by SKF engineer Arvid Palmgren, the spherical roller bearing is now globally renowned for its ability to accommodate heavy combined loads in applications which are prone to misalignment or shaft deflection.
Our industry expert, Steve Hudson recently attended two tug boats based off the Scottish coast to complete an in-situ inspection of their SKF Cooper bearings, but soon found there was more than met the eye.
SKF has unveiled its innovative new product for use on machine tool spindles: Silent Series angular contact ball bearings.
The choice of coupling to connects an electric motor with a mixer's paddle or impellor is critical to the successful operation of the machinery.
The marine industry is one the most challenging operating environments, with harsh sea conditions often leading to the rapid deterioration of machine components.
Operating conditions in the mining and quarrying industry are harsh, with wet and abrasive conditions commonplace. What you need is a robust bearing solution that can stand up to the challenges of the industry.
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