igus® impresses with ball bearings in hose pumps

Patrick Czaja | 17. December 2020

The general requirements for the bearing components used in medical and food technology are extremely high and are subject to high quality standards. For example, in medical diagnostics such as dialysis, it is important to have components that are 100% free of lubricating greases or oils in order to keep the application sterile and clean.

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chainflex news at SPS 2020

Nils Jäger | 16. December 2020

Every year around the same time, SPS takes place in Nuremberg. Every year we present our chainflex innovations from the cable sector there. For many of our customers, it is a kind of tradition to visit us at this trade show stand and see our new products. We don’t want to miss that this year […]

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The right plastic for plain bearings: it all comes down to this

Lars Butenschön | 11. December 2020

If you are reading this blog post, you have probably already found out that there is no such thing as “the plastic” for plain bearings. Plastic plain bearings are available in many different plastics. Many of them with more or less exciting sounding brand names. Others with even less memorable abbreviations or codes. Can it […]

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Ball bearings in the textile industry – why plastic beats metal

Patrick Czaja | 10. December 2020

Textile machines and their components are increasingly exposed to heavy loads. This increases the demands on the machines. Vibrations, different operating conditions, constantly changing loads and especially dirt and dust adhesion are challenges faced by plant operators in the textile industry.

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What energy chain and the Duracell bunny have in common

pwirth | 10. December 2020

The energy chain just keeps going and going and going … The Duracell bunny and energy chain have been with us for several decades. The pink bunny with the drum became popular with the slogan, “No other battery looks like it. No other battery lasts like it. ” The bunny is still one of the […]

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