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EDF Energy is using dynamic motor test equipment from SKF to monitor the condition of key components at Hartlepool power station.
SKF has unveiled a trio of new seal profiles for its SNL plummer block housings. For distributors and end-users an efficient and cost-effective means for their production has also been introduced.
Design cycles can become complex and unwieldy, which is why tools to streamline the process are always welcome.
SKF has unveiled a pioneering model that, for the first time, enables the working life of hybrid bearings to be determined more realistically.
The new range of SKF Cooper split spherical roller bearings helps customers reduce maintenance downtime, save money and improve worker safety.
The spherical roller bearing, that helps engineers accommodate heavy radial and axial loads in applications prone to misalignment or shaft deflections, celebrates its 100th birthday this year thanks to SKF.
Finding the correct bearing for an application can be daunting but following an eight-step selection plan helps to achieve maximum performance explains Phil Burge, Marketing and Communications Manager at SKF.
SKF has updated its online Bearing Select tool, to make the process of selecting and evaluating a bearing faster and easier.
Hybrid bearings perform well under poorly lubricated and contaminated conditions. While they are much less prone to surface distress than their all-steel counterparts, imperfections that may pre-exist in the material or on the surface of a hybrid bearing’s ceramic rolling elements can potentially compromise performance.
SKF has launched an entirely rail-focused version of its Multilog IMx platform, combining rolling stock and track condition monitoring in a single, easily customised solution.
SKF has launched an extended and improved portfolio of metal-detectable seals in a variety of process compatible materials and configurations for pharmaceutical and food and beverage manufacturers.
SKF has announced the introduction of its Lincoln SLC metering device for grease. Developed for use in single-line lubrication systems, this compact metering device features a compact and modular design for less jointing and decreased risk of leaking.
Remanufacturing bearings saves money, improves sustainability and can even boost long-term equipment reliability, Phil Burge, Marketing and Communications Manager at SKF explains.
SKF announces the release of the Series 310, the industry’s first non-metallic lubricant metering device, alongside a new version of its ECP grease pump – with refillable plastic reservoirs.
To meet the demands of leading top drive manufacturers, SKF has developed a new generation of tapered roller thrust bearings, the first to join its Explorer family of high-performance bearing products.