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The recycling industry is a particular challenge when it comes to component selection. Split bearings are a revolutionary product for this industry. Read more to find out why.
There is no denying that bearings are under a lot of stress. This stress causes wear, eventually leading to bearing failure. But is this inevitable? Or is there a way to make bearings last longer?
Clive recently had a call from a recycling plant who were struggling with excessive downtime on their spiral auger. Find out how he solved their problems, optimising the uptime and reducing the risk of injury in the plant.ir
With up to 16% of premature bearing failures attributed to incorrect mounting methods, it’s clear that getting the mounting and dismounting of bearings right is key to achieving the maximum service life of your components. When the right tools are used, mounting and dismounting bearings correctly is be easy.
Resident bearing expert, Clive reviews the long awaited catalogue from SKF. Find out what's new and what's great about this edition.
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Lubrication is a major challenge within the food and beverage industry. Frequent high-pressure washdowns mean that lubrication is often washed out of the bearings and re-lubrication is required on a regular basis.
Designed to provide a quality guarantee, full traceability and act as an anti-counterfeit measure, NSK's state-of-the-art production facility in Newark, UK is laser marking its Super Precision bearings...
SKF has introduced a new E2 Energy Efficient Spherical Roller Bearing. The new bearing, which significantly enhances energy efficiency by reduced bearing friction and energy consumption, is ideal for...
SKF has announced the introduction of a new Extreme Temperature Bearing. The new bearing features a graphite cage which lubricates the bearing up to temperatures of 350°C - without the need for re-lubrication.The...