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Understanding damage tolerance in hybrid bearings

15th January 2019 New research by SKF could make hybrid bearings more cost-effective and reliable, paving the way for their use in a wider range of applications. Gothenburg, Sweden, 19 December 2018: Hybrid bearings, which combine hardened steel rings with rolling elements made of high-performance ceramic... 

SKF operators step into the future with alerts on smartphones

6th December 2018 In recognising the vital role that technology plays in securing business, SKF continues to move with the Industry 4.0 tide. In line with the company’s ‘World Class Manufacturing’ initiative, SKF has implemented the operator 4.0, a new approach to managing machinery and operations from the palm of... 

SKF operators step into the future with alerts on smartphones

5th December 2018 In recognising the vital role that technology plays in securing business, SKF continues to move with the Industry 4.0 tide. In line with the company’s ‘World Class Manufacturing’ initiative, SKF has implemented the operator 4.0, a new approach to managing machinery and operations from the palm of... 

SKF goes with the predictive maintenance flow

30th November 2018 There is an ever-growing need for faster, more efficient production methods and manufacturers are striving to find the perfect balance between product quality and affordability and to deliver within the shortest possible lead times, while acknowledging the environment. This quest, amongst other... 
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South Africa may double power purchases from Congo hydro plant

South Africa is mulling committing to doubling the amount of electricity it will buy from a proposed multibillion-dollar hydro power plant in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Increasing the amount of electricity that South Africa will buy has become a linchpin for the companies seeking to build... 

Nigeria's State oil company seeks $4.1bn to lift output

Nigeria’s State-owned oil company said it’s in talks with financiers to raise as much as $4.1-billion and will seek to sign service deals to increase production from three leases. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, or NNPC, is in discussions with Lagos-based Sterling Oil Exploration &... 
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