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Author: Nathan Zastrow | Category: Gear
When choosing a gear drive, it helps to understand why drives get hot and the basic options for gear drive cooling.
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Author: Matthew Finco | Category: Gear
Here’s what you need to know about oil maintenance—critical for keeping industrial gear drives running smoothly and safely.
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Author: Nathan Zastrow | Category: Gear
One of the most critical pieces of any gearbox system is the shaft seal. These under-appreciated gearbox components are essential for long term, leak-free operation, and have a surprising impact on thermal performance as well.
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Author: Robin Olson | Category: Gear
There are different gear rating standards used throughout industrial applications. Here’s what you need to know to compare AGMA 2101 and ISO 6336.
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Author: Ryan Schuller-Rach | Category: Couplings, Gear
There are several options for mounting a drive in conveyor applications. Here are the most common types and the pros and cons of each. 
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Author: Paige Wallace | Category: Conveying Solutions
Follow these steps for proper installation, belt break-in and maintenance to help increase the total poundage through your furnace during the life of your conveyor belt.
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Author: Tom Perdue | Category: Conveying Solutions, Food Solutions
A healthy overdrive level on a spiral cage system is critical for reducing tension and protecting longevity of your drive bar caps. Learn to determine the overdrive on your spiral cage and see if it's at an optimal level to keep your production running smoothly.
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Author: Donna Akers | Category: Gear, IIoT Smart Solutions
Mechanical failure has been, and continues to be, a major source of frustration within the industry — causing unplanned downtime, unexpected gaps in production and lost revenue. Owning and operating an IIoT Smart Gear Drive will shorten the start-up/MTTR (mean time to repair), increase up-time/MTBF (mean time between failure), provide higher OEE (overall equipment effectiveness), improve inventory management and maintenance costs, and improve the accuracy of maintenance and replacement events for your operation.
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Author: Mike Franzoni | Category: Conveying Solutions, Food Solutions
Belt tracking is the ability to maintain control of the desired path of a conveyor belt once it is aligned and installed. Making sure a new metal conveyor belt is tracking correctly is especially important because often times when a new belt is installed, it will not track the same as the old belt. Follow these seven simple steps to ensure proper conveyor belt tracking.
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Author: Mike Franzoni | Category: Conveying Solutions, Food Solutions
Proper conveyor alignment is crucial to the longevity of your belt. To keep it tracking and stretching evenly. Follow the steps below, they outline how to properly align your conveyor.