Year: 2015

Finding the Best Bearing Supplier Can Save You Time and Effort

Blog | December 16th, 2015

On taking a lesson from the key attributes that rule bearings, it’s clear that the best bearing supplier must always focus on smooth, friction-free characteristics when the sourcing process is initiated. Those marketing and sourcing talents assume the same disposition as any comprehensive range of high quality bearings, except instead of mechanical excellence, its business […]

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Most Common Uses of Locking-Nuts

Blog | December 3rd, 2015

Energy losses rise from the frame of a motor as it spins on a shaft. Energetic pulses oscillate, causing parts to vibrate and fasteners to loosen. Thankfully, locking-nuts anchor bearings and reinforce fastening mechanisms, placing a special gripping component within the nut to anchor the parts. Resisting Vibrational Loosening ForcesĀ  Electric motors generate vibrations. Pumps […]

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Global Bearings: Your Industrial Bearings Supplier in Victoria

Blog | November 19th, 2015

Industrial complexes run night and day on friction-cancelling beds of radial inserts. In Victoria, a part of Australia that relies heavily on industrial parks, the demand for these rolling components remains consistently high even though the economy is seeing some unpleasant economical fluctuations. Automotive plants may be shedding workers across the region, but industrial demands […]

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What Are Flanged Ball Bearings?

Blog | November 9th, 2015

The dictionary definition of the term flange describes a physical ridge or lip, a rim or collar that projects from a rolled edge. It grants a component extra strength and, at least in the case of pipes, provides a fastening plate that enables the two sections to be bound together. It’s a little different with […]

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What Are The Most Common Types of Bearings?

Blog | October 28th, 2015

The general public can be forgiven for believing that the ball bearing is the only bearing in use today. It’s the go-to friction reducer, after all, the prevalent form taken by radial motion mechanics because the arrangement of two circular rails (races) and the smoothly rolling balls sandwiched between these rings is ingeniously efficient. Nevertheless, […]

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