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08 janeiro 2015

Nuttall Gear Custom Reducer for Single Leaf Bascule Lift Bridge

The 17th Street double leaf bascule lift bridge in Two Rivers, Wisconsin has been in operation since 1949, allowing the local commercial fishing fleet access to Lake Michigan via the East Twin River.

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28 agosto 2014

Nuttall Gear Custom-Designed Gear Drives for Swing Bridge

Originally built in 1882, the Hines Memorial bridge crosses over the Merrimack River between Amesbury and Salisbury, MA. The bridge features a swing span section which pivots to allow passage of barge and boat river traffic. The Massachusetts Dept. of Transportation commissioned a comprehensive redesign and rebuild of the bridge which was completed in 2012.

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14 abril 2014

Nuttall Gear Custom Heavy-Duty Gear Drives for Bascule Lift Bridge

The Blynman Bridge in Gloucester, Massachusetts recently underwent a major rehabilitation including new gear drives. The bascule lift bridge crosses a small canal that connects the Annisquam River to Gloucester Bay. With over 8,000 openings per year and over 14,000 vehicle crossings per day, this 107-year-old bridge is one of the most active in the East Coast of the USA.

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25 fevereiro 2014

Nuttall Gear Custom Heavy-Duty Speed Reducers for Bascule Lift Bridge

Work is nearing completion on the new Ocean Ave. bridge that spans the intercoastal waterway in Lantana, Florida (West Palm Beach County). The bridge replaces the original span, built in 1950, which had reached the end of its service life with over 20,000 daily vehicle crossings. The bridge features a double-leaf bascule center span which opens to accommodate larger boats.

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06 novembro 2013

Nuttall Gear Custom Speed Reducers for Swing Bridge

The Court Street bridge, built in 1908, spans the Hackensack River between Hackensack and Bogota and is one of the oldest bridges in Bergen County, New Jersey. A comprehensive 26-month rehabilitation of the vehicular two-lane, swing-style moveable bridge was completed in 2011.

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