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Collaboration between SKF South Africa’s business units leads to customer plant optimisation
Smart collaboration between four of SKF South Africa’s business units has resulted in plant optimisation as well as the delivery of several sustainability benefits for key customer, Wilmar SA (Pty)...
Lightweight solution for roller bearing installation
A portable induction heater for roller bearings is said to be one of the smallest on the market. Weighing only 3 kg, the TMBH 5 is designed to heat roller bearings weighing up to 5 kg that are...
SKF hosts educational site visit, empowers South Africa’s future leaders
SKF South Africa invited mechanical engineering students from the University of Johannesburg (UJ) for a site visit at the organisation’s head office in Jet Park, Johannesburg, on 15 September 2023....
EPWR and SKF initiates cooperation for sustainable electrified racing
SKF, a world-leading provider of innovative industrial solutions, has started a long-term cooperation with EPWR to accelerate the shift to sustainable electric racing. “We are delighted to start a...
Manufacturer supplies ‘perfect’ solution for ball mill
Earlier this year bearing and rotating technology specialist SKF South Africa was approached by a key client to assist with a bearing and housing selection for a ball mill that is being produced...
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