UpComing Tradeshows

September 04-07, 2018
SMM 2018
Hamburg, Germany

September 10-14, 2018
Electra Mining Africa 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa

September 18-20, 2018
Turbomachinery 2018
Houston, TX

LITERATURE

14 August 2018

BBQ Invite

End of Summer Customer Appreciation BBQ

You are invited to join us for our end of the summer customer appreciation BBQ.

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13 August 2018

Altra Industrial Motion brands present cutting-edge drivetrain solutions for marine applications at SMM 2018

The Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology (SMM) trade fair is the world’s leading event for the maritime industry. The 2018 edition will take place from 4th-7th September at Hamburg Messe. At the fair, Twiflex, Wichita Clutch, Stromag and Bibby Turboflex will demonstrate how the combined power transmission expertise of Altra Industrial Motion Corporation can help the marine, offshore and shipping industries with state-of-the-art power transmission solutions.

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09 August 2018

Off Highway Farming Equipment

Achieving Linear Motion in Off-Highway Applications

The term “off-highway” covers a wide range of machinery and equipment that operate in harsh working environments where dust, water and even chemicals can be prevalent. Suppliers of
components destined to work in these unforgiving applications need to offer high-quality products that are rigorously tested and fit for purpose.

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07 August 2018

Tri-Bushing

Ameridrives and Bibby Turboflex introduces a revolutionary high-performance disc couplings

Ameridrives and Bibby Turboflex, two leading Altra brands, have developed the Tri-Bushing™, a unique flex element/blade triangular bushing design that increases the axial capability of high performance flexible disc couplings used in turbomachinery applications.

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06 August 2018

Vertical Lift Bridge Burlington Ontario

Nuttall Custom Gearboxes for Vertical Lift Bridge

The current version of the Burlington Canal lift bridge was built in 1962. Located between Hamilton and Burlington, Ontario, the bridge spans the Burlington Canal that was widened to allow ships to navigate between Hamilton Harbour and Lake Ontario.

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