Timken invests heavily in gaining a better understanding of the challenging conditions found in mining, so that they can develop solutions that make sense for the industry. With more than 60 years of experience in mining, Timken has become a trusted resource for both equipment manufacturers and the people who operate and maintain mining equipment. From longwall shearers and shaker screens to massive draglines and shovels, Timken applies its history of providing quality bearings for mining equipment, large and small, throughout the world.
Timken’s years of experience in supporting equipment makers and mine operators provide us with unique insights that lead to new technology. Many ideas for innovative products and services develop as a result of working onsite with customers. Isolated problems sometimes spawn industry- wide solutions. For instance, the extreme debris and contamination present in mining and construction equipment pushed Timken to develop engineered surfaces, heat-treating processes and debris-resistant bearings.
The Thermo Scientific ARL X’TRA Companion represents an excellent choice for routine analysis with its advanced/Bragg-Brentano benchtop X-Ray diffractometer configuration. It incorporates cutting-edge technological elements to ensure precision, accuracy, safety, and user-friendliness.
The Avio® 550 Max is a compact, fully simultaneous ICP-OES instrument with Scott/Cross-FlowTechnology.
ATLAS is a state-of-the-art TPMS telematics gateway that allows monitoring all your sensors with a single device.
AZoMining speaks to Francois Nell at Sandvik about the importance of mining sustainability and why equipment rebuilding and upgrades play their part in reducing fuel consumption.
AZoMining speaks to Philip Gross, CEO of Snow Lake Lithium, about the development of the world's first electric lithium mine. This is a particularly important development within mining and highlights the significance of accelerating green mining across the world.
Prof. James Tour
AZoMining speaks with James Tour from Rice University about his team's exciting method that has the very real potential to recover valuable REE from three types of waste; electronic waste, coal fly ash and bauxite residue.