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Mexico’s mighty miners

Mexicans have been exploiting their nation’s rich geology since before the Spanish conquistadors arrived. Today their top mining companies are among [...]
Bearing units,Condition monitoring,Design,Lubricants,Mining, extraction of oil and gas,Reliability,
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Blowing in the wind

The Chinese government’s support of green energy has helped China’s largest wind power equipment manufacturer, Goldwind, to double its turnover in [...]
Bearing units,Condition monitoring,Electricity, gas and water supply,Lubricants,Other products and services,
Engineering Competence

Highly reliable rolling bearings and arrangements for the hydrocarbon processing industry

Commercial pressures within the hydrocarbon processing industry mean that operating refineries and other installations demand high reliability and [...]
Bearing units,Condition monitoring,Lubricants,Maintenance,Mechatronics,Other industry,Other products and services,Reliability,Seals,
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From wood to watts

Responsible environmental behaviour takes many forms. For example, at Zellstoff- und Papierfabrik Rosenthal GmbH, surplus electrical power from the [...]
Bearing units,Condition monitoring,Linear motion,Pulp and paper,Reliability,Training,
Engineering Competence

High speed in railways

Speed has been the essence of railways since the first steam locomotive made its appearance in 1804. SKF remains at the forefront of high-speed train [...]
Axleboxes,Bearing housings,Bearing units,Design,Maintenance,Railways,Reliability,Sensorised bearings,
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Towards standardization in upgrading industrial fans

SKF engineers have devised a complete solution for upgrading industrial fans. The focus is to reduce bearing operating temperature to offer increased [...]
Bearing units,Condition monitoring,Reliability,
Engineering Competence

Green bearings

More stringent laws on emissions and waste, greater customer environmental awareness and interest in environmentally-sound products, have forced [...]
Bearing units,