Bearings In The News – November 2017

Posted by Bradley Irwin on November 10, 2017

This month we are featuring three articles, including one about the global roller bearing market, one about an announcement from MAG Bearing, and the final one about a new test platform from Igus.

Global Roller Bearing Market

A leading research firm has produced and published a report on the roller bearing market. The report is intended to provide the latest information about the industry, while at the same time providing critical data needed in the prediction of future trends in the market up to 2022.

Importantly, the report contains information required in allowing roller bearing consumers to determine the current and future roller bearing types, market application, the manufacturers, and the regions. The report also contains roller bearing market forecasts up to 2022.

The report “Global Roller Bearing Market” mentions the major players in the roller bearing industry, including Schaeffler, Nachi, RBC Bearings, Wanxiang Qianchao, Timken, and many more. These are the companies that are considered as influencers in this niche bearing market.

Additionally, the report covers the roller bearing market by regions. This section covers regions such as the United States, China, Japan, and Europe, focusing on value, sale price, and volume. You can read more about the report here.

Announcement from MAG Bearing

MAG Bearing has announced that it will be supplying high-quality cylindrical roller bearings to clients around the world. The company has stated that it maintains a large stockpile of its products ready to supply customers at a moment’s notice, even in bulk. The company specializes in the production of high-quality bearing products such as flange bearings and deep groove ball bearing. Read this article for the full story.

Igus Adds Front Loader with Webcam

Igus, the German manufacturer of plastics plain bearings and spherical bearings, recently announced the addition of a front-loader to its testing equipment. The addition, which has been installed in its outdoor test lab, will be used to simulate and study the heavy-loading conditions that construction and agricultural equipment endure. There is a specific interest in determining the configuration and assemblies optimal for maximizing the service life of its bearing. Additionally, the company will analyze the collected data to compare the differences between service life of metal bearings and the service life of plastic bearings.

In addition to testing its bearing, the company will be offering testing services to determine the service life of bearings under different loads. To this end, the company has installed video recording devices. Interested parties can view the live testing live via the webcam for the approximately two weeks that the testing will take place. For more in-depth reading on this Igus development, you can read this article.

 

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