In our latest video, Eich Rollenlager demonstrates how to install a split bearing:
The German-based manufacturer’s bearings are frequently used in many areas of a Steel Mill or applications of extreme temperatures such as furnaces. Their bearings are designed to operate in the most challenging environments, including high temperatures, extreme loads and contaminated conditions.
Who is Eich?
Eich Rollenlager GmbH is the industry leader for high temperature, heavy load bearings.
PTI is proud to be the exclusive Eich provider in the USA. To learn more about Eich products available through PTI, please click here. You can also visit Eich’s website here.
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Swivel Torque is probably one of the most important quality checks that we do at P.T. International Corp. The typical range for acceptable swivel torque range is 50 – 200 inch pounds. Watch the video to learn how you can measure swivel torque with a torque wrench.
PTI installs EVERY insert into the housings at our headquarters in Charlotte, NC – USA. More videos available at http://www.ptintl.com/literature/videos.
Earlier this year, PTI helped an equipment design customer (OEM) with a need to create a new clamp-style ball bearing housing to control bearing insert fit. After reviews and design adjustments using the latest SolidWorks engineering software, PTI’s in-house engineering team produced a 3D printed prototype within 33 days. Upon receipt, the customer approved the product and placed a larger order. The full length of the project – from request to prototype design to completion – was just 69 days.
PTI’s engineering expertise, cutting edge technology, and flexibility make rapid prototyping easy. Timeframes for custom projects vary depending on scope, complexity, and availability.
Check out our infographic detailing each step here.
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