All articles for "Pulp and paper"

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Monitoring without wires

SKF has developed a wireless system for online monitoring of machine condition in rotating equipment. The system is targeted for the pulp and paper, [...]
Condition monitoring,Cylindrical roller thrust bearings,Machinery and equipment,Metal industry,Pulp and paper,Reliability,Simulation and software,
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The doctor is in

Periodic check-ups with a doctor can extend the lives of machines as well as humans. The SKF Trouble-Free Operation concept (TFO), with its new SKF [...]
Maintenance,Metal industry,Other industry,Pulp and paper,Reliability,
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No wear anywhere

NoWearTM is a coated bearing type from SKF that lowers friction when sufficient lubrication cannot be guaranteed. Its coating is harder than standard [...]
Machinery and equipment,Other (bearing units),Pulp and paper,
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Industrial intelligence

SKF Condition Monitoring equipment used by Iggesund Paperboard in Workington, U.K., has proved invaluable by providing advance warning of an imminent [...]
Condition monitoring,Pulp and paper,Reliability,
Engineering Competence

Smooth operation makes CARB bearings attractive

CARBTM is not only a versatile bearing that combines features of several bearing types, it is also a bearing that offers low friction and smooth [...]
Metal industry,Pulp and paper,Toroidal roller bearings,
Engineering Competence

CARB – three bearings in one

Customer demands for a space saving and robust bearing with low friction, resulted in CARBTM, a new type of bearing, which permits both large axial [...]
Pulp and paper,Research and theory,Toroidal roller bearings,
Engineering Competence

Contamination and bearing life

The influence of particulate contamination present in bearing lubricants and on the surfaces of machine elements has been studied for the last 25 to [...]
Cylindrical roller bearings,Pulp and paper,Research and theory,Spherical roller bearings,