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SKF Cooper split bearings
2nd Quarter 2018, Shaft power components


SKF acquired Cooper Roller Bearings in 2013, and following a period of consolidation it has now been decided that all Cooper split bearings ranges will be marketed under the name of SKF Cooper. SKF Cooper products will continue to complement the growing SKF portfolio of complete solutions for the marine, mining, quarrying, construction and energy sectors. In addition to the brand name change, the channels to market for SKF Cooper products will be handled on a global basis through local SKF sales outlets.

SKF Cooper split roller bearings can be fitted, removed and inspected without having to dismantle surrounding equipment, providing savings in terms of reduced maintenance and downtime. The products include both split cylindrical roller bearings and split double row tapered roller bearings, the latter with the ability to take axial loads in either direction. Both are housed and sealed in special swivel cartridges, which are suitable for mounting in pedestal or flanged outer housings.

The cartridges have a spherical outer surface that fits into a conforming surface in the mounting unit rather like a ball and socket joint; any shaft misalignment tends to move the cartridge, seal and bearing together, maintaining the seal on an axis parallel to the shaft. This configuration allows extremely close tolerances to be maintained between the housing and the shaft, delivering a sealing performance that is recognised as one of the best in the anti-friction bearing industry.

For more information contact Samantha Joubert, SKF South Africa, +27 (0)11 821 3500, samantha.joubert@skf.com www.skf.com


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Supplied By: SKF South Africa
Tel: +27 11 821 3500
Fax: +27 11 821 3501
Email: sales.za@skf.com
www: www.skf.co.za
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