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October - 2013

31 October 2013

Wichita AquaMaKKs

Meeting the challenge of global logistics and support for large power transmission projects

The key to supplying and supporting large operationally critical power transmission equipment on a global basis is a combination of experience, planning and having the right people available on-site virtually anywhere in the world, says Neil Wright, MD of Wichita Clutch.

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28 October 2013

Steel Slitting Line

Recoiler Gear Drive Upgrade for Steel Slitting Line

A major steel processor in Detroit was experiencing repetitive recoiler gear failures on their slitting line. The failures were occurring at a rate of every three to four months and plagued the plant with expensive repairs and extended downtimes.

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24 October 2013

Waste Water

Geared Motors For Wastewater Engineering

In 2003, the Year of Water, the UN declared March 22 World Water Day. The purpose was not to add yet another day of commemoration to an already bursting calendar, but to draw attention to the impending catastrophe. The figures cannot be repeated often enough: Today, 1.2 million people are without access to clean drinking water.

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21 October 2013

2000 Series Gear Motor

Behind the Scenes: 2000 Series Gear Motors

Boston Gear already manufactures some of the most efficient Worm gear drives on the market today. The development and launch of 2000 Series was an extension into the Helical gear drive and gear motor market of our belief that energy efficient and prolonged-life products are in high demand and present the user with tangible value.

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17 October 2013

Bibby Torsiflex Coupling

Bibby Turboflex couplings span up to 10m for long length

Based on its market leading Torsiflex range, Bibby has developed a composite, carbon fibre shaft coupling which has the unique ability to operate over lengths of up to 10m without central bearings. The Turboflex’s coupling has an inherently low mass and generous misalignment capacity, which does not require routine maintenance.

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