Ball Screw Maintenance and Repair Services

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Repair Service handles inch and metric ball screws.

With dedicated service channel and full technical and engineering support, SKF can repair and/or rebuild ball screws for machine tools to minimize unscheduled downtime. Service includes free inspection and analysis, comprehensive failure analysis and reporting, reverse engineering, replacement parts, plating, end journal repair, and shaft machining. Emergency service is available with expedited...

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Repair Service maintains ball screw positioning accuracy.

QuickTurn(TM) ball screw repair service cleans and reballs parts and maintains cross-reference database of part numbers by machine maker, machine model, part number, and axis. Service can be employed to build catalog of machine tool ball screws based on machine models and axes, where records are maintained of reverse engineered parts. Service also provides on-site training covering ball screw...

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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I
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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I

For refineries and petrochemical plants, cleaning heat exchangers is a dirty job but somebody has to do it. While there are many approaches on how to clean shell and tube heat exchangers, it is indisputable that the right method is absolutely critical for ensuring that equipment is fully operational. Otherwise, you could end up with a potential equipment shutdown, which will cost you time and money. In this three-part series, you will learn about the various benefits, methods, and obstacles involved in heat exchanger cleaning. Part one introduces the fundamentals of cleaning, as well as explores the pros and cons of on-site versus off-site services. Download the first of this three series to assist you in finding the best solution for your dirty job here.

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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement is structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs don’t rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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