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Innovation Spotlight

26 October 2017

TLB System

Turning, Locking and Braking (TLB) System From Twiflex Provides Single-Source Convenience

When a large ship is moored for an extended period of time, especially in a flow stream or current, its propulsion shaft needs to be set and locked to prevent undesired rotation. During regular maintenance the shaft needs to be locked in a fixed position, yet also able to be incrementally rotated in both directions to allow complete access by the ship’s engineers.

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03 July 2017

Stieber Clutch RDBK and RDBR 300

Next Generation Releasable Backstop Technologies From Stieber Clutch Provide Improved Performance and Functionality

Most accidents on mining conveyors are caused by the stored energy in the belt. If not properly protected, a loss of power at a mine can allow loaded inclined conveyors to reverse direction, causing damage to expensive equipment. With the resulting loss of productivity, it is no surprise that safe conveyor operation is a major concern for mine owners and conveyor system OEMs around the world.

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11 May 2017

Ameridrives and Bibby Couplings

Altra Provides High Performance Coupling Solutions for Navies Around the World

Modern navies are comprised of a wide variety of sophisticated vessels, including aircraft carriers, destroyers, frigates, patrol boats and submarines.

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23 November 2016

TB Wood's Sure-Flex Plus Coupling

TB Wood's Couplings Provide Best-in-Class Performance in Pump Applications

Motor-driven pumps of various types are utilized in a wide range of key markets including oil and gas, water and wastewater, construction, and chemical processing.

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17 October 2016

Twiflex Heavy-Duty Caliper Brakes

Heavy-Duty Altra Caliper Brakes Provide Superior Performance on Grinding Mills at Mines Worldwide

In the last five years, grinding units have increased considerably in capacity, resulting in a trend toward fewer comminution machines per grinding line. Today, 40 ft. diameter SAG mills and 30 ft. diameter ball mills, both with motor powers of more than 22 MW, are commonplace as mine operators look for even larger equipment to achieve greater economy of scale.

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