Benzler Industrial Gears for the Pulp and Paper Industry

May 26, 2017

In yet another effort to demystify a processing platform that employs several discrete power chains, we're delving into the pulp and paper industry. Chemical and mechanical systems live in harmony here, with the working equipment extending from forests to factories. Beginning with the lumber reserves, here's a peek into Benzler industrial gears in the paper production industry…

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Benzler Gears for the Rubber and Plastic Industry

May 16, 2017

The plastics processing sector is alive with diverse processing locations. Outside, sap is collected from rubber trees. Agricultural equipment is an essential part of this arboreal natural rubber source. On the inside, hydrocarbons are processed to produce new synthetic polymers. Both supply resources are dispatched towards injection moulding stations and other plastic-centric processing equipment, to places where Benzler gears have a big role…

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Benzler Product Applications and Uses for the Sugar Industry

April 28, 2017

The sugar industry feeds the world with processed saccharose and refined fructose. There's even sugarcane ethanol, a resource that fuels vehicle engines. Sugar, from any perspective, is a heavily processed resource. It's also a material that exists in several discrete states, so the industries' gearing solutions are bound to require many innovative features and form factors…

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Benzler Products for Material Handling

April 19, 2017

The casual observer rarely gets to see material handling equipment in action, not unless the heavy gear is near a highway or city boundary. This is the premier league machinery, the armoured belt conveyors and multi-segmented scooping mechanisms that transport mountains of ore and gravel. Equipped with powerful drive systems, Benzler products keep this industrious power transmission class on the move. Here's what forms the backbone of this material handling group…

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The Significance of Benzler Products for the Cement Industry

March 29, 2017

There's a great deal of talk about building blocks. It's a phrase that's bandied about by marketing types and infrastructure designers with equal fervour. Meanwhile, the real building blocks are processed in the cement industry. It's a tough domain, a place where gritty particles cut into soft materials…

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Benzlers for the Quarrying and Mining Industry

March 15, 2017

The quarrying and mining industry occupy coarse environmental domains. Fine grit floats in the air while grimy pools of muck suck at employee footwear. Strictly speaking, there are maintenance crews to keep these grimy deposits under control…

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The Significance of Helical Gears and Motors to the Power Transmission Market

February 27, 2017

Helical gears are heat treated, broadened, and angled so that they can efficiently process massive loads. Power losses drop when they're properly incorporated within a gearing package. That's a brief description of an entirely vital mechanical component…

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How Do Gears and Pulleys Work Together?

February 9, 2017

Gears and pulleys are two of the founding members of the rotary power transmission family. Built from disc-like components, they manipulate forces by altering their dimensional outlines. The resizing of a gear's diameter, for example, manipulates transmitted power by altering velocity…

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Operation Principles of Helical Gear Speed Reducers in Package Handling for the Manufacturing Industry

January 30, 2017

A robust mechanical backbone supports large-form package handling equipment. The powerful frame articulates a series of load-manipulating components by employing hardened alloys and impact-absorbing elastomers, but what about its mobile core…

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Is It Normal for Gears to Make Clunking and Loud Noises?

January 11, 2017

Gearing units incorporate multiple stages, therefore some noise is likely when an assumed load alters. This effect generally takes place over a predictable period of time, so the loading event is barely noticeable, but a sudden mechanical changeover will exaggerate the sound.

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