Posted on August 1, 2008 - ( views)
Due to their sealed construction, the bearings can reduce the cost of installation and maintenance considerably, while offering consistently high performance under demanding conditions. The sealed spherical roller bearings are protected against both particle and moisture contamination, enabling them to offer effective performance over long, virtually maintenance free service lives. As the bearings do not require external seals in all but the most aggressive environments, installation is simplified considerably, reducing downtime and costs. The bearings are pre-lubricated prior to sealing; therefore, there are no lubrication requirements in most cases for the life of the bearings, lowering maintenance costs still further. Additionally, in being fully sealed, the innovative components eliminate the risk of lubricant leakage associated with conventional open bearings, minimising their environmental impact.
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LU3 3BL Luton
for intrinsically safe applications
monitors bearings and lubricants
for continuous casters
requires no relubrication
for maintenance applications
reveals electrical discharges
with wide range of application modules
cuts cost of gas leaks
triple life of fans
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