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Maintenance & Repair

15 October 2010 | Maintenance & Repair
A look at some of the welding techniques for creating wear-resistant partsBy Peter Wilkins, ESABToday, welding and weld overlay techniques are the most frequently used techniques for renovating steel...
15 October 2010 | Maintenance & Repair
Creusabro 8000 exceeds expectations in Liebherr abrasion test programme By Gilles Gros, product manager, IMS Group, and Nick Taylor, business development manager, IMS UK Following the...
15 October 2010 | Maintenance & Repair
A holistic approach to maintenance can pay dividends in business performance for quarry operatorsBy Phil Burge, communications manager for SKFAt one time it was common practice to wait for equipment...
29 March 2010 | Maintenance & Repair
The benefits of using hardfacing solid wiresBy Peter Wilkins, ESAB Heavy machinery in quarries wears out. Welding and weld overlay techniques are the most frequently used for renovating steel parts...
11 September 2009 | Maintenance & Repair
MST outline the market trends in bucket repair and refurbishment, and buying new bucketsMST, manufacturers of high-specification buckets and attachments, say they have noticed – in the current...
11 September 2009 | Maintenance & Repair
Taking the remanufacturing approach could help plant operators overcome the current economic crisisIt is safe to say that the current global recession has hit the off-highway vehicle market hard....
11 September 2009 | Maintenance & Repair
More than 40% of all premature failures of rolling bearings are caused by inadequate or incorrect selection of lubricant. Choosing the most appropriate grease and re-lubrication equipment for a...
01 August 2008 | Maintenance & Repair
Phil Burge, marketing manager at SKF, explains how the latest bearing technology is helping quarrying companies to optimize productivity and minimize costsQuarrying applications demand bearings that...
Tagged in: SKFbearings
01 August 2008 | Maintenance & Repair
In the UK, current estimates indicate that the ‘grey’ market for bearings accounts for between 12% and 15% of total UK bearing sales. Not only does a growing grey market open up routes for more...
02 June 2008 | Maintenance & Repair
Having the right tools on hand and applying basic belt repair safety guidelines can help make belt maintenance faster and easier, ensuring downtime is kept to the minimumBy Kevin Finnegan, market...
01 May 2008 | Maintenance & Repair
How to get the most out of your mobile plant assetsBy Mike Goatley, sales manager, ZF Off-Highway DivisionFor companies seeking to gain maximum utility from their mobile assets, the remanufacture of...
Tagged in: ZFtransmissions
01 May 2008 | Maintenance & Repair
Two-week engine and transmission refurbishment helps breathe up to 14,000h of new life into Barton Quarry’s Cat 972G wheel loaderFinning product support consultant Noel Hancock and Damian...
02 January 2008 | Maintenance & Repair
Why regular fan servicing and maintenance is essential for the quarrying industryQuarrying, just like other bulk and solids handling industries, can produce large volumes of dust, and every business...
01 October 2007 | Maintenance & Repair
The maintenance management and condition monitoring division of Schaeffler UK, FAG Industrial Services (F’IS), is now offering customers RFID technology for its FAG Detector III device, the company’s...
01 August 2007 | Maintenance & Repair
Vibration produced by rolling bearings can be complex and can result from geometrical imperfections during the manufacturing process, defects on the rolling surfaces or geometrical errors in...

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