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Speeding up design of bearing arrangements

6th February 2020 Designers can now design complex bearing arrangements more quickly and easily, thanks to a simplified version of powerful simulation software from SKF. Bearings are a fundamental part of any machine: designing the moving parts properly can mean the difference between an efficient machine and one... 

Visual inspection made easy with SKF’s stroboscopes

30th January 2020 A range of hand-held, easy-to-use stroboscopes that enables the visual inspection of rotating equipment to be carried out in an economic and timely fashion has been unveiled by SKF. All rotating equipment needs to be inspected periodically to ensure that it is working correctly. Sylvain Humbert,... 

SKF reveals: Load sensing bearings with fiber optic sensors designed to speed up product development

21st January 2020 Designers can accelerate the design cycle by analysing bearing loads quickly and accurately thanks to the addition of fiber optic based SKF’s Load Sensing Bearings – for pumps and compressors Gothenburg, Sweden, 24 October 2019: SKF released the world’s first commercial load sensing bearing based... 

SKF launches Green Finance Framework

17th January 2020 SKF launched a Green Finance Framework. By engaging in green financing, SKF’s funding strategy will become more aligned with the Group’s climate objectives, to reduce CO2 emissions from its own manufacturing and supply chain operations as well as supporting customers to reduce their emissions.... 
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Both large, small markets suffering solar PV supply chain effects

The disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic on Chinese solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing companies has prompted a major jolt in the global solar PV supply chain, says analytics and consulting company GlobalData. “The resulting shortage of PV components is disrupting the industry at a... 
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