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SKF has signed a letter of intent with CAKE to explore how it can incorporate bearings produced with the lowest possible carbon emissions.
The bearing is at the heart of the machine. But did you know that 90% of all bearings fail because they are either designed, installed, lubricated or used incorrectly?
SKF has vastly extended the performance, and product life, of its new mounted tapered roller bearing by pairing it with a superior seal.
SKF is supporting the development of fossil-free bearing steel through a collaboration with Luleå University of Technology’s CH2ESS initiative.
SKF has introduced an efficient and straightforward way of collecting waste grease from bearings, which promises to simplify maintenance and raise environmental performance.
An oil-recovery system, which SKF has used to regenerate lubricant at two of its production plants, is now available to customers as a service.
With the help of modern technology from SKF, another source of power from nature, besides sun and wind, will be tapped at the Scottish sea from now.
A new approach to designing composite parts for aerospace applications – pioneered by SKF – makes it possible to produce components that are subject to out-of-plane loading.
Brammer Buck & Hickman, a UK supplier of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, announces a new structured, proactive sales and customer support programme developed with bearings manufacturer SKF.
SKF has created a range of high precision bearings based on proven bearings technology specifically suitable for use in driven tool applications.
SKF has extended its range of tachometers, which can help manufacturing companies to optimise condition monitoring on their production operations.
A unique ultrasonic device, which ‘listens’ to the sound of grease filling a bearing, makes the re-lubrication process more accurate and effective.
Correct mounting is vital in lengthening the life of a bearing – yet there are multiple factors involved behind getting it right.
SKF, founded in 1907 and Imperial College London, involved in tribology research since 1948, are extending their R&D partnership.
Entitled ‘Bearings 2.0: What the future holds’, SKF’s virtual technical press days will take place on 7-8 October 2020.