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Schaeffler UK

Forge Lane
Minworth
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands
B76 1AP
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0121 351 3833
Fax : 0121 351 7686
Email : info.uk@schaeffler.com
Web : www.schaeffler.co.uk


Article archive for Schaeffler UK;

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Awareness campaign prevents bearing counterfeiting 18 November 2010

In the last two decades, product counterfeiting has grown substantially across the globe. While much has been reported about consumers being taken advantage of by counterfeits within the music, film, home electronics and designer clothing industries, a far greater risk lies in industrial counterfeiting of items such as tyres, seals and bearings, many of which are safety-critical products....

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Condition monitoring: An insurance policy against unforeseen plant downtime 26 August 2010

By using the latest condition monitoring systems and automatic lubrication systems for bearings, oil and gas processing companies can reduce the risk and costs associated with unforeseen breakdowns to critical production plant and machinery....

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Monitoring system detects early damage to gears 21 May 2010

A combined oil and vibration monitoring system is now available in the UK. The system enables the early detection of damage to heavy duty, oil-lubricated industrial gears, providing plant operators with a reliable system that prevents unplanned downtime and minimises maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) costs....

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‘A to V’ condition monitoring package covers all maintenance scenarios 01 April 2010

Companies that need to monitor the condition of both slow and fast rotating plant and machinery can now benefit from a combination of vibration and acoustic emission monitoring products, available from a single source in the UK....

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Online vibration devices- A viable option 01 April 2010

Corus engineers at the Medium Section Mill in Scunthorpe are planning to extend their condition monitoring activities throughout the plant with online vibration devices.No longer are such devices seen as a luxury but as necessary tools in the maintenance engineer’s toolkit, which can contribute to a continued focus on operating costs....

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The role of vibration monitoring in predictive maintenance 17 December 2009

As companies downsize and look to reduce costs, maintenance can often become a casualty. However, as equipment and machinery becomes more complex and automated, the need to have a properly structured and funded maintenance strategy is more important than ever....

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Vibration monitoring system saves company £35,000 per day 16 November 2009

A FAG DTECT X1 online vibration monitoring system has prevented the failure of a steam turbine, which could have cost the Corus plant in Scunthorpe many thousands of pounds in lost power generation....

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Handheld condition monitoring device detects imbalance in critical tanker exhaust fans 08 April 2009

Using its handheld vibration monitoring and balancing system, FAG Detector III, FAG Industrial Services (F’IS) has helped restore a tanker to full operation. ...