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A local asphalt plant were able to cut their downtime significantly by switching to Timken Type-E TRB Units
Premature bearing failure then leads to unplanned downtime, increased cost to the business or sometimes even catastrophic machine failure. Luckily, SKF has created the perfect bearing solution for these high temperature applications.
The recycling industry puts a key focus on sustainability, as it works tirelessly to build a sustainable future for the world. However, the industry is notorious for its harsh operating environment, including high levels of vibration, extreme shock loads, endless contamination and unforgiving weather conditions.
What are the best ways to keep production moving in an industry with extreme temperatures, contamination and moisture?
Timken is renowned for its superior tapered roller bearings, delivering longer life and better performance in even the harshest of conditions. But wouldn’t it be great if these bearings were available as housed units?
Conditions in the recycling industry are tough, bearing failure doesn't have to be the norm, here's our top three bearing solutions.
Acorn recommends the top seals for harsh operating conditions.
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.
NSK is a world leading manufacturer of premium quality bearings and linear motion products to suit applications across every industry.
We asked our bearing and maintenance product manager, Clive Simkins, for his top 5 reasons to choose SKF Food Line housed ball bearing units.
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