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Freudenberg-NOK forms new ARPM seals committee

Freudenberg-NOK forms new ARPM seals committee

Freudenberg-NOK is the largest seals and gasket company to join the ARPM, a trade association dedicated to the advancement of rubber products manufacturing. Boutique testing and outdated or non-existent material protocols are likely to be some of the industry challenges the committee will tackle in the future. 

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Global Belt Drive market 2014-2018

Global Belt Drive market 2014-2018

Analysts have forecasted the Global Belt Drive market to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.95% between 2013 and 2018. In the report, Americas, APAC and EMEA regions are analysed, one of the key trends found in the market is the ‘Emergence of Smart Electric Systems’. The report shows the Periodic Replacement and Repair is a major factor […]

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Stafford Wrench Collar leaves no teeth marks

Stafford Wrench Collar leaves no teeth marks

Stafford Manufacturing Corp have introduced a new line of smooth bore, two piece collars that feature wrenching flats and fit on six popular pipe sizes to make installation and removing easy.

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Plastic or Metal bearings?

Plastic or Metal bearings?

Would you believe us if we told you that plastic bearings can in fact outperform metal ones? Well you should! A lot of engineers hesitate when it comes to using plastic bearings in their applications. Plastic bearings have replaced many metal ones in a lot of different systems, sometimes they are just as reliable as metal ones and sometimes, even […]

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Looking to the developing world for growth in the bearings market

Looking to the developing world for growth in the bearings market

It is predicted that sales of bearings and couplings is going to reach $26.7 billion by 2018 from $22 billion in 2013. This is being driven by industrial development in high-growth regions of the world, a report from Frost and Sullivan says that this push from developing companies is necessary as growth in Europe and North America has hit maturity and […]

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Sudbury Derailment Cause Revealed

Sudbury Derailment Cause Revealed

On the 2nd of June 2013 a Canadian Pacific Railway freight train derailed near Sudbury, with five of its cars falling into the Wahnapitae River.

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