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Digital Technology

The power was released in Hanover

In April 2013, after an eight-year intermission, SKF returned to Hannover Messe, the global industrial trade fair in Germany. With the slogan [...]
Bearings,Electricity, gas and water supply,Machinery and equipment,Research and development,Sustainability,
Digital Technology

Kitchen footwork

Only in Christoph Thetard’s compact, ultramodern kitchen is this a logical question. Thetard has developed a totally electricity-free, mechanical [...]
Automation,Design,Energy and sustainability management,Food and Beverage,Research and development,Transmission,
Engineering Competence

Roller bearings for the High Roller

The American Bridge Company has contracted SKF to supply technological solutions for the Las Vegas High Roller, soon to be the world’s tallest Ferris [...]
Design,Machinery and equipment,Research and development,
Engineering Competence

Advanced reading

Wiley is publishing a new book by SKF Engineering & Research Centre’s Piet Lugt. Grease Lubrication in Rolling Bearings takes an exhaustive look [...]
Bearings,Lubricants,Lubrication Solutions,Research and development,
Engineering Competence

Advanced numerical simulations for optimized seal designs

These days, numerical simulations are key in developing new products and improving existing ones. To improve the overall product design and the [...]
Design,Machinery and equipment,Research and development,Seals,
Engineering Competence

Ferrari partnership

Ferrari’s racing team division, Scuderia Ferrari, and SKF are in the longest uninterrupted partnership in Formula 1 history. This winning combination [...]
Cars,Design,Research and development,
Engineering Competence

Maximum velocity

Dallara Automobili has been described as “the most successful racing car builder of modern time.” What’s its secret?
Cars,Design,Research and development,