UpComing Tradeshows

August 22-25, 2017
Fenasucro 2017
Sertãozinho,São Paulo- Brazil

August 29-30, 2017
AIMEX 2017
Sydney, Australia

September 11-15, 2017
DRINKTEC 2017
Messe Munchen, Germany

700 Series Stainless Steel Speed Reducers

01 June 2015

Boston Gear SS700 Series Products

Now 2-day delivery is standard for any cataloged Boston Gear SS700 Series product!

The Boston Gear 700 Series Worm Gear Speed Reducer has been a foundation in food and beverage applications for decades. As a leader in worm gear technology, Boston Gear continues to improve product performance by developing innovative designs to meet more stringent demands and anticipated tightening of federal regulations in the food and beverage industry.

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05 May 2015

Best Practices Part No Longer Available

Best Practices Series: Sorry, that part is no longer available

It’s a phrase that can send chills down the spine of even the most hardened maintenance worker. The production line is down... a key part needs to be replaced to get the line back up. Wonder of wonders, you find the label on the problem product is still intact and the part number is actually legible.

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26 March 2015

Boston Gear Components Toughen Up

Components Toughen Up

While the power transmission industry is pretty mature, power transmission components have had to endure a lot of hardships imposed upon them by the food and beverage industry. With the ever-increasing concerns about foodborne illness and the need to kill bacteria to a 99.999 percent level, gearboxes, gears and bearings have been holding their own, while enduring the onslaught of harsh cleaning environments.

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21 April 2014

Boston Gear Stainless Steel Products

Stainless Steel Powertrains Provide Peace of Mind

Hardly a day passes without a new FDA recall of some food product. And, despite the signing of the Food Safety Modernization Act into law in 2010, the most sweeping reform in food safety in more than 70 years, the number of Americans falling ill from food contamination infections continues to rise at an alarming rate – about a 45% increase in the last three years alone.

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