Archive for October, 2017

Isostatic Industries, Inc. – Bearing Technology Leaders

Friday, October 27th, 2017

Originally founded more than 30 years ago in Chicago, Illinois, Isostatic Industries, Inc. has proven itself as a leader in bearing technology. The company is still headquartered in Chicago and has the most extensive inventory of bronze bearings in many sizes and types. Most all of them are always in stock, making it easy to supply them to distributors everywhere.

The company is known for providing both standard size bronze bushings as well as custom bearings. They also provide sizes in both inches and metric measurements. In addition to bearings, there are sleeves, washers, flanges, discs, bars, and more – all at highly competitive prices. They offer special oils for any of their oil-impregnated bronze bearings.


Bearings In The News – October 2017

Friday, October 20th, 2017

This month we are featuring three articles, including one about laid-off bearings factory workers, one about the valuation of the automotive bearings market, and one about the latest financials from Menon Bearings.


Bearings in Mining Equipment

Friday, October 13th, 2017

A recent article in one of the more well-known mining magazines mentioned that the global mining market continues to grow and, in fact, it is blooming. This article stated that both underground and above ground mining equipment is expected to be sold for more than $30 billion by 2022.

What was very interesting however, about this article, was the fact that mining companies are continually eliminating outdated mining machines and replacing them with more modern up-to-date machinery. Even if they decide to keep the older machinery, most mining companies realize the benefits of using newer, more efficient solutions for the overhauling and replacing of parts.


The MM4T From Aurora Bearing Company

Friday, October 6th, 2017

High-end precision components are becoming more difficult to locate. Companies are focused on manufacturing components faster, cheaper, and with less expensive materials. While that may save everyone a few bucks in the short-term, it can actually cost more in the long run. There is still no substitute for a high-quality, high-precision component. The MM4T from the Aurora Bearing company is a perfect example of this.