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

Renewable Energy

16 March 2018

Warner Linear K4x and Flyer

New Warner Linear B-Track K4x Rugged Duty Actuator

Warner Linear is proud to announce a new B-Track K4x Rugged Duty Actuator. The B-Track K4x actuator provides the highest load rating in its class and incorporates all the base K2x features with a ball screw for a 4,000lb (17760 N) load capacity within a compact package size whereas the K2x model provides load capabilities up to 2800 pounds (12455 N).

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06 April 2017

Moveable Solar Array

Warner Linear H-Track Electric Actuators for Movable Solar Arrays

Linear actuators are routinely utilized to adjust panel angles on large solar arrays. This movement allows the panels to be positioned toward the sun for maximum efficiency as it moves across the sky during peak daylight hours.

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24 October 2016

Svendborg Yaw Brake

Svendborg Brakes, Twiflex and Warner showcase latest innovations at WindEnergy Hamburg, 2016

Altra Industrial Motion brands, Svendborg Brakes, Twiflex Ltd. and Warner Electric have once again attended this year’s WindEnergy exhibition, the world’s leading trade fair for the wind energy industry. Svendborg Brakes is well known within the industry for its reliable, high quality braking systems.

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07 April 2016

Offshore Wind Turbines

Svendborg BSFH 300 Series Brakes for Offshore Wind Turbines

A major wind turbine OEM needed a reliable rotor braking solution for offshore turbines with rotor diameters of 76 meters (250 ft.). Located in Middelgrunden off the coast of the Danish capital Copenhagen, the turbines are installed in a slight curve with 180 meters (197 yds.) between each and an overall length of 3.4 kilometers (2.1 miles). The total wind farm area is about 1 hectare (2.5 acres).

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17 March 2016

Twiflex Brake Range

Twiflex continues brake range expansion for optimised performance across all applications

Specifying a brake which will operate reliably and efficiently, with minimal maintenance intervention, is a challenge that must balance initial expenditure with the through-life costs. The main factors to consider include more than simply the duty (whether the brake is being used for dynamic stopping, static holding or continuous tensioning), but also what sort of environment the brake will be located in.

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