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Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic
Ajax TOCCO induction heat treating systems are being used successfully throughout the world for hardening, annealing, stress relieving, tempering, brazing, bonding, shrink fitting, and many other processes requiring fast, efficient, economical heating. These processes are being applied to virtually any shape of part ranging in size from fractions of an inch to substantial lengths and diameters. With more than 90 years of technical development and experience, Ajax TOCCO analyzes customerís requirements to provide reliable, efficient, and cost effective solutions to meet their needs.
Gleason Corporationís mission is to be The Total Gear Solutions Providerô to its global customer base. Gleason is a world leader in the development, manufacture and sale of gear production machinery and related equipment. The Companyís products are used by customers in automotive, truck, aircraft, agriculture, mining, windpower, construction, power tool and marine industries and by a diverse set of customers serving various industrial equipment markets. Gleason has manufacturing operations in Rochester, New York; Rockford, Illinois; Dayton, Ohio; Munich and Ludwigsburg, Germany; Studen, Switzerland; Bangalore; India, and Suzhou, China and has sales and service offices throughout North and South America, Europe and in the Asia-Pacific region.
Inductoheat is the largest global manufacturer of induction heating equipment. We are part of the Inductotherm Group of some 40 companies worldwide. We design & build heat treating equipment & power supplies for heating a wide range of parts including gears & sprockets.
Ipsen, Inc. designs and manufactures thermal processing systems (vacuum heat treat furnaces and atmosphere heat treat furnaces) for a wide variety of markets, including Aerospace, Medical, Energy, Chemical and Automotive. With thousands of installed systems worldwide, whether it's innovative titanium knee implants, making cars more efficient, developing new jet engines or going to the moon, Ipsen delivers quality.
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Lafert North America
Your best source for Metric Motors, Gearboxes and Coolant pumps, by providing quality products with the highest level of service in the industry.
New Power Electric (USA) LLC
Whatever your needs in variable speed applications, you can trust our 200/300/400/500 series PMDC motors. Designed and built under the highest quality process for general industrial needs, our products are there to provide reliable performance for a long time.
PSL of America
PSL is rolling bearing manufacturer with longstanding tradition. The company offers a wide range of rolling bearings and slew drive systems.
Teams of professionals with a large breadth of experience covering manufacturing sectors around the world offer competitive, efficient and innovative solutions to the most demanding engineering and technological challenges. PSL bearings are used in a wide range of applications working in harsh operating conditions where an emphasis is placed on "Quality for Heavy Duty".
In addition, PSL offers several product lines of very precise bearings that can satisfy all of customer's needs.
Schaeffler Group USA, Inc
Schaeffler North America is responsible for the engineering, production, sales and marketing for the INA, LuK, FAG and Barden brands throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. All four brands provide high-performance, precision technologies for the Automotive OEM, Industrial OEM and Distribution markets as well as the Aerospace industry.
INA is a leading supplier of rolling bearings, linear motion, engine components, plain bearings and precision components.
LuK is a key source for automotive clutch, torque converter, hydraulic and transmission systems.
FAG is a major global supplier of bearings with core competencies in ball, taper, cylindrical and spherical bearing products.
The Barden Corporation focuses on high precision, miniature and aerospace products.
Articles About maintenance
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1 Developing a Total Productive Maintenance System (May/June 1995)
There's a reason they call it catastrophic gear failure: For example, if the line goes down at a large aluminum rolling mill because a gear set goes bad, the cost can run up to a whopping $200,000 a week. Even in smaller operations, the numbers alone (not to mention all the other problems) can be a plant manager's worst nightmare.
2 New Techniques for Aligning and Maintaining Large Ring Gears (September/October 1985)
This paper presents two new techniques for
aligning and maintaining large ring gears. One technique uses lubricant temperature analysis, and the other uses stop action photography.
3 How to Inspect a Gearbox (September 2013)
Although a comprehensive on-site gearbox inspection is desirable in many situations, there may be constraints that limit the extent of the inspection such as cost, time, accessibility and
qualified personnel. This article describes the equipment and techniques necessary to perform an on-site gearbox inspection.
4 Girth Gear Inspection - Pre- and Post-Manufacture (August 2013)
What are the ins-and-outs of quality inspection of girth gears, from both a manufacturer and buyer perspective? Our experts respond.
5 Myths and Miracles of Gear Coating (July/August 1999)
Three years ago, coated gears seemed to be the perfect solution for the Micro Marine Corporation. The early designs for the gear drive of their MicroCAT human-powered boat used a combination of thin-film dry gear coatings with lubrication and wear-resistance properties. These coatings simplified their design, provided corrosion resistance, made the gear drive environmentally safe and eliminated the need for gear drive lubrication and maintenance. It was a success story in the making.
6 Understanding Oil Analysis: How it Can Improve Reliability of Wind Turbine Gearboxes (November/December 2013)
Historically, wind turbine gearbox failures have plagued the industry. Yet an effective oil analysis program will
increase the reliability and availability of your machinery, while minimizing maintenance costs associated with oil change-outs, labor, repairs and downtime. Practical action steps are presented here to improve reliability.
7 Eddy Current Examination of Gear Systems (May/June 1997)
Nondestructive examination (NDE) of ferrous and nonferrous materials has long proved an effective maintenance and anomaly characterization tool for many industries. Recent research has expanded its applicability to include the inspection of large, open gear drives. Difficulties inherent in other NDE methods make them time-consuming and labor-intensive. They also present the user with the environmental problem of the disposal of used oil. The eddy current method addresses these problems.
8 The Heat Goes On - Gear Up for Induction Hardening (March/April 2005)
This article covers preventive maintenance and modification to machinery to induction harden different types of gear.
9 Grinding, Finishing and Software Upgrades Abound (March/April 2011)
Machine tool companies are expanding capabilities to better accommodate the changing face of manufacturing. Customers want smaller-sized equipment to take up less valuable floor space, multifunctional machines that can handle a variety of operations and easy set-up changes that offer simplified operation and maintenance.
10 Alternative Lubrication Methods for Large Open Gear Drives (September/October 1996)
The type of lubricant and the method of applying it to the tooth flanks of large open gears is very important from the point of view of lubrication technology and maintenance. When selecting the type of lubricant and the application method, it is important to check whether it is possible to feed the required lubricant quantity to the load-carrying tooth flanks, This is necessary to avoid deficient lubrication, damage to the gear and operational malfunctions. It is important to determine the type of lubricant, which may be fluid or grease-like. The consistency of the lubricant will have a direct impact on the ability of the lubrication system to feed adequately the lubricant to the gear. The interactions between the common types of lubricant and the lubrication application methods for open gear drives are shown in Fig. 1.
News Items About maintenance
1 Okuma Introduces Maintenance App (September 6, 2013)
Okuma America Corporation has released a new app that displays scheduled maintenance and inspection reminders. Depending on the particula... Read News
2 PTG Revises Maintenance and Support Services (July 6, 2014)
U.K.-based Precision Technologies Group (PTG) has totally revised its range of machine tool maintenance and support services, to provide ... Read News
3 Danaher Motion?s Planetary Gearheads Require No Maintenance (April 1, 2006)
[photo]Danaher Motion's Micron ValueTRUE planetary gearheads are a more economical extension to Danaher Motion's family of Micron... Read News
4 Ipsen Offers Furnace Maintenance Best Practices (October 30, 2013)
The recent tightening of process regulations, such as Nadcap and AMS 2750E, have been in the spotlight for a few months now. Customers lo... Read News