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An Overview of Fretting WearFretting is considered as a type of wear that occurs in the presence of a small movement between machine components. The small movement could be observed in parts that are not intended to move, and also parts where limited movement is allowed by design. Bolted joints, hollow-bore-shaft mating area, keyways, turbine blade roots, bearing races, shrink fitted and press fitted parts are examples of where unintended movement occurs. And flexible coupling, splines, cams, leaf springs are components that are allowed to have limited internal movement.
Where energy is used, energy can be savedTo meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, the world needs to reduce energy use and emissions. At ABB, we aim to keep the world turning, while saving energy every day. Read our white paper to find out how much difference improving electric motor efficiency can make.
Simple Automation from a Single Source
SEW-EURODRIVES’s MOVI-C® modular automation system is a flexible one-software, one-hardware automation platform that combines fully integrated drive components, control electronics and automation software – all from one source. The key to the MOVI-C platform is that each of those components is designed to work together perfectly.
Wind turbine gearboxes failing too soon? AWS-TF Bearings
The AWS-TF Series of bearings was designed expressly for wind turbine gearbox applications, achieving up to 7 times the life of standard bearings in hydrogen-charged environments. That means dramatically extended service intervals, increased efficiency and lower operating cost.
Modular, Robust, and Reliable.
NORD’s two-stage helical bevels deliver superior performance in a robust, modular design. Two housing styles (open and closed) along with flexible input and output configurations ensure versatility across applications. Available with foot, flange, or face mounting and hollow or solid shaft designs. Quiet operation and up to 97% efficiency make it an ideal solution.
The Heavy Duty Workhorse of gear reducers
Grove Gear® IRONMAN® gear reducers are made to handle environmental assaults, shock loading, frequent reversing and continuous duty cycles. They feature one-piece cast iron housings with single output cover design, Viton® double lip seals for extended life through resistance to harsh conditions, large oil capacity, oversized high-speed bearings and more.
Correct mounting is critical to ensure long bearing life!
QBC / BETEX Impact Fitting Tools are designed to enable quick, safe, and precise mounting of bearings, bushings, cam wheels, and pulleys. Each tool set features impact-resistant plastic collets that are fabricated to prevent metal-to-metal contact and the resulting shaft damage, sleeves, impact hammer, and carrying case.
Zero Room for Gear Drive Failure Aboard This Ship
For more than 125 years Philadelphia Gear has delivered mission-critical performance and reliable support for the U.S. Navy, even 1000's of miles offshore. Click to see what "Philadelphia Gear dependability" looks like.
New Precision Torque Limiter Expedite Program
As lead times become more critical than ever amidst a longer-term trend toward shorter times to market, R+W America has launched a new rapid assembly program, allowing its most popular SK1 torque limiter model to be delivered in just a few days.
Siemens Digital Expands Simcenter Portfolio
Siemens Digital Industries Software recently announced the release of Simcenter Studio software, a web application dedicated to discovering better system architectures, faster. Simcenter Studio offers a unique competitive advantage for designing products by finding the best possible system architectures in a shorter amount of time, searching through thousands of possibilities using artificial intelligence and system simulation.
Bodine Electric Introduces New Gearmotor Series
Bodine Electric Company introduces twenty new AC gearmotors that are UL listed for use in environments where flammable gases or vapors may accidentally be spilled or leak into the operating area. These integral geared motors combine Bodine’s high-performance type 34R variable- or fixed-speed AC motors with a parallel shaft type FX gearhead.
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