UpComing Tradeshows 1

June 12-14, 2018
GPS 2018
Calgary, Canada

September 04-07, 2018
SMM 2018
Hamburg, Germany

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

Marine

10 May 2018

3-Stage Ship Lift

Stromag SH Series Brakes for 3-Stage Ship Lift

Stromag was chosen to supply accurate braking systems for the three-stage ship lift at the Goupitan Dam in China. The 763 ft. (232.5 m) high dam is located on the busy Wujiang River, a tributary of the Yangtze River. The dam utilizes five turbines that can generate up to 3,000 MW of power.

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07 May 2018

Ship Gantry Cranes

New Compact Hydraulic Brake Packages for Single-Source Convenience

Twiflex, a global leader in innovative braking solutions, has launched a range of compact hydraulic brake packages, which are designed to meet the challenging braking requirements experienced in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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19 April 2018

Tugboat Winch

Stromag Vector® Coupling for Tugboat Winch

One of the World’s largest diesel engine distributors, located in Canada, required a reliable coupling for use on a commercial tugboat’s hydraulic towing winch system. The coupling connects the winch’s hydraulic pump to the front of one of the tug’s twin 1500 HP diesel propulsion engines that transmit 450 HP to the pump.

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18 January 2018

Barge Unloading Conveyor Winch

Svendborg BSFA 635 Brakes with SOBO® iQ for Barge Unloading Conveyor Winch

A global leader in grain origination, shipping and processing needed to upgrade the braking system on a bucket conveyor winch at its large grain elevator facility located near New Orleans, LA.

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18 December 2017

Ice Breaker

Twiflex Launches Turning, Locking & Braking System for Moored Vessels

During the operational life of a ship or ocean-going vessel, regular maintenance of the propulsion shaft and propeller is required to ensure that all components are operating efficiently and safely. Part of the process requires aligning and locking the shaft in place to enable this work to be carried out by the ship’s engineers.

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