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SKF catalogues mining, mineral processing and cement industries expertise

First publishedin Aggregates Business Europe
2016 November December
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SKF Capabilities Catalogue
SKF has launched a new capabilities catalogue to highlight its range of solutions for optimising and maximising machinery service life in the mineral processing, mining and cement industries.

Created by industry experts, the new 88-page catalogue includes the latest information on SKF’s experience across its three business sectors, and explores the options available for enhancing the efficiency of rotating machinery. For example, end-users, original equipment manufacturers and consultants can discover the many SKF bearing and sealing products available that “help increase production and reduce energy consumption”, the company claims.

The publication also provides guidance on how SKF solutions can optimise machine life cycles through effective lubrication, maintenance and condition monitoring services. This, SKF says, cuts the total cost of ownership and improves worker safety across its customer sectors.

The SKF catalogue includes a feature, on pages six to 33, that examines 12 industry applications and highlights some specific solutions for each, as well as a chapter, on pages 34 to 37, dedicated to overcoming common challenges, such as contamination, high maintenance costs and lost productivity, with a remedy for every issue. Meanwhile, there is a cross-reference chart, on pages eight and nine, which allows the reader to find the most ideal SKF solution for each type of machinery. The latter half of the catalogue, from page 40 onwards, features each solution organised by type for quick reference.

“The launch of this brand new catalogue demonstrates that SKF has a very broad offering,” says Thibaut Leconte, SKF’s Global Applications Engineering Specialist for Mining.

The new SKF catalogue is available in English, either from the company’s sales centres or as a download from the online Knowledge Centre library.

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