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With over a century of experience in the manufacture of premium quality bearings, SKF Cooper is a world-leader in the field of split bearing technology.
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.
Counterfeit bearings can often be near impossible to identify, however there are measures you can take to you aren't the victim of these piracy products.
Many businesses associate machine health checks with added downtime, leaving them reluctant to perform these predictive maintenance checks. This doesn't have to be the case.
The marine industry is one the most challenging operating environments, with harsh sea conditions often leading to the rapid deterioration of machine components.
SKF has launched the new TWIM 15 portable induction heater, in replacement of the former TMBH 1 heater.
Improving the efficiency of your electric motor can reduce the likelihood of machine failure, extend component lifespan and help to reduce energy consumption.
Poor bearing fitting practices are responsible for around 16% of premature bearing failures, so it’s easy to see why the choice of method for bearing mounting is so important.
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