Brammer Buck & Hickman: SKF Bearing Solutions

Brammer Buck & Hickman, the UK’s leading supplier of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, has released a new guide, produced with bearing manufacturer SKF, aimed at the wind energy industry. The new brochure addresses the specific challenges faced in this sector, along with SKF product solutions and advice.

Wind turbine operators and manufacturers are often faced with a unique set of challenges due to remote and harsh operating conditions, which can put a strain on equipment. Combined with the issue of repair costs and long lead times, selecting the right bearing is essential to ensure reliability and longevity.

‘SKF Bearing Solutions for Wind Energy’ is an 8-page brochure that identifies the key issues faced and highlights the SKF products that have been designed to operate in wind turbine sites. These include SKF Spherical Roller Bearings, Nautilus, Slewing bearings, Quiet Running Deep Groove ball bearings and XL Hybrid bearings. The new brochure looks at the key attributes of these – and many more – bearing units and how they could help to cut costs and improve performance.

The new brochure can be downloaded from the dedicated SKF bearings section on the Brammer Buck & Hickman’s website. Here, you can also not only find useful information on SKF’s product ranges, but also sections dedicated to industry specific solutions, including a Wind Energy industry page.

Brammer Buck & Hickman is an SKF Authorised Distributor across Europe and has an in-depth knowledge of the manufacturer’s product range, along with early access to its latest technologies.

Brammer Buck & Hickman is part of the Rubix group. With turnover of more than €2.3 billion in 2018, Rubix is Europe‘s largest supplier of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services.  For more information, go to uk.rubix.com

Brammer Buck & Hickman: SKF Bearing Solutions

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