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Ameriflex® Diaphragm Couplings

12 June 2017

Gas Turbine

Ameridrives Custom Ameriflex Coupling for Gas Turbine

A major global oil and gas turbomachinery OEM required a coupling solution for a replacement gas turbine being built for a natural gas company in the Middle East. The coupling connects a gas turbine to a series of three inline compressors within the drivetrain.

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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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01 February 2016

Polymer Resin

Ameridrives Custom Ameriflex® Couplings for Polymer Resin Pumps

A major global petrochemical company experienced a coupling failure on a polymer pump in one of its larger resin processing facilities. The coupling problem caused expensive, time-consuming production line shutdowns.

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12 October 2015

Ameriflex Coupling Group

Ameriflex Couplings Provide Enhanced Reliability in Demanding Polymer Resin Manufacturing Applications

The plastics industry is the third largest manufacturing sector in the U.S. While packaging is by far the largest market for plastic resins, the building and construction, transportation, furniture, and electrical and electronic components markets are also heavy users. The average person in North America consumes 220 lbs. of plastic annually, primarily in packaging.

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13 April 2015

Coal Fired Power Plant

Ameridrives Ameriflex® Disconnect Coupling for Power Plant

A new engineered coupling solution was needed at the first coal-fired power plant in the U.S. that utilizes ultrasupercritical boiler technology, where water moves directly from a liquid to superheated steam. As a result of the process, the new plant is much more efficient with reduced carbon dioxide emissions.

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