UpComing Tradeshows

April 22-27, 2017
ISRI 2017
New Orleans, LA

April 23-26, 2017
GCA 2017
Galveston, TX

April 24-28, 2017
Hannover Messe 2017
Hannover, Germany

July - 2016

28 July 2016

Twiflex Mining Brakes

Stieber Streamlines Heavy Duty Brake Specification with Twiflex Partnership

Backstop, brake and clutch specialist, Stieber GmbH, part of the Altra Industrial Motion group, is now offering the complete range of heavy duty brakes from world leading brand Twiflex. Stieber can also provide local application engineering support and package bespoke mounting equipment and ancillary components to meet customers’ exact specifications.

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25 July 2016

Sure-Flex Plus Design World Webinar

Design World LIVE Webinar July 26, 2016 at 2 PM Eastern

Save the date for this Design World webinar: Keeping Your Coupling Installation on the Straight and Narrow. Several top coupling industry professionals, including TB Wood’s Product Manager John Smihal, will be sharing their best practices for specific coupling installations.

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21 July 2016

QT Power Chain II Carbon

New TB Wood’s QT Power Chain® II Carbon Belts

The existing TB Wood’s branded QT Power Chain® II belts have been transitioned to an improved belt offering, of the same profile, with carbon fiber tensile cords.

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18 July 2016

Chile Overland Conveyor

Svendborg Brakes’ SOBO® iQ Braking Control Goes Mobile

SOBO® iQ controls are now accessible from both android and IOS mobile devices. This new level of convenient accessibility is significant since most SOBO iQ controls are installed in tough, hard-to-reach, isolated areas such as underground or overland mining conveyors.

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14 July 2016

Twiflex Mass Transit Escalator Braking Systems

Escalating experience over 25 years

As much as its tunnels and trains, London Underground (LUL) relies on its escalators to keep the city moving. The 430 escalators on the network help passengers make more than 1.3 billion journeys every year. The longest, at 60 meters, is installed at Angel station on the Northern line, while its shortest cousin is a 4.1 meter baby at Stratford in East London.

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