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Roller bearings are some of the most important components of support and tensioning rollers in conveyor belts.
Black oxide finish has a long tradition. It forms a protective layer for steel parts. David Schaljo, head of application engineering with NKE in Steyr, Austria, explains the benefits and illustrates them with practical examples.
Following the recent measures to stem the global spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus), we are also managing this delicate situation with the greatest responsibility. Our top priority in these difficult times is to ensure the health and well-being of our employees.
Former Schaeffler Egypt Manager Mr. Salah AL Taher is our new distributor in Egypt. He will help our customers to improve the brand awareness in the market.
Daily experience in application engineering has proven that the selection of the correct bearing type can be successfully achieved by customers based on the documentation and tools provided by the bearing manufacturer and using comparable applications as a guideline.
In order to make it easier for employees to look after their children during the summer holidays, NKE Austria GmbH offered a two-week summer children's programme.
Steyr, June 2019 - NKE Austria GmbH in Steyr, Austria, will demonstrate how digitalisation is used as a motor for efficiency increase and product development in a medium-sized manufacturing company.
At this year’s Hannover Messe in Germany, bearing manufacturer NKE Austria GmbH presents bearings with black oxide finish. The protective layer improves run-in and wear characteristics and protects against environmental effects. Especially in critical applications such as wind turbine gear boxes, black oxide finish is a cost-effective and technically viable means of prolonging the service life and performance of rolling bearings.
Fersa Bearings S.A. made official the purchase of 100 percent of the Austrian company NKE Austria GmbH on 19 October 2018, at a ceremony held in the city of Linz, Austria. The event was attended by Carlos Oehling, Chief Executive Officer of the Fersa Group, Thomas Witzler, Managing Director of NKE Austria, and the former partners and founders of NKE, Harald Zerobin and Heimo Ebner.
NKE Austria GmbH has a new Sales Director: Joining the Austrian bearing manufacturer on 1 April 2018, Jesús Monforte, a qualified engineer and MBA, has extensive international experience in industrial product and market development.
How a timely application analysis can help avoid problems and cut costs
As part of a theoretical consideration of the bearings in a power take-off (PTO) gearbox, the lubrication was investigated more closely.
Based in the Austrian city of Steyr, bearing manufacturer NKE Austria GmbH has been part of the Fersa Group since January 2016. The group was established through the merger of Spanish company Fersa Bearings and NKE Austria. Both companies are internationally active in the development, production and sales of bearings for the global automotive and industrial markets, with Fersa covering the automotive and NKE the industrial sector.
On 21th and 22th of February 2018, decision-makers in maintenance from all industries will meet at maintenance Dortmund, the leading trade show for industrial maintenance and NKE Austria will be a part of it.
At Agritechnica 2017 in Hannover, Germany, NKE Austria presents bearings for agricultural machinery and for appliances for working ground and pasture land. Especially for tillage implements, NKE offers application-specific, preassembled, ready to use bearing units.
Bearing manufacturer NKE Austria GmbH is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Based in the Austrian city of Steyr, the company was founded in 1996 by Heimo Ebner and Harald Zerobin, both previously leading employees of former bearing manufacturer Steyr Wälzlager.
Unlimited possibilities for equally as many applications
Bearing manufacturer NKE Austria GmbH presents its series of single row cylindrical roller bearings – a bearing type on which many customers in different industries rely.