Kaydon Corporation Bearings Division has unveiled its new website, www.kaydonbearings.com, and new brand. “The site was developed with customers in mind, providing more information in a clean, easy-to-navigate design,” says Kaydon Bearings marketing manager Brian Walters. “It features an improved search function, more product and market information, and additional drawings, specifications, and downloads.”
The company’s many solutions meet the specifications of the renewable energy, aerospace and defense, heavy equipment, industrial machinery, medical systems, and semiconductor manufacturing markets. Product category offerings include Thinfinite, Slewinfinite, custom, and remanufactured bearings and assemblies. Kaydon Thinfinite thin section bearing solutions, including Reali-Slim and Ultra-Slim bearings, save weight, create space, reduce friction, increase design flexibility, and provide excellent running accuracy in bore sizes from 1 to 40 in.
Company engineers can design custom bearings and assemblies when standard parts won’t solve a particular challenge. Custom bearings are available in an infinite variety of materials, separator options, cross-sections, internal fit up choices, lubricants, corrosion resistance options and contact angles. The company’s Bearing Remanufacturing Program returns bearings to service in the shortest possible time and ensures the highest quality workmanship on a cost-effective basis.
The website also introduces the company’s new brand message: Kaydon infinite bearing solutions. “Research showed that users value the company’s engineering expertise and a willingness to create almost infinite solutions for complex bearing challenges,” said Kaydon President Jeff Manzagol. “The new brand conveys that while also underscoring our position as inventor and leader in thin-section bearings and North America’s leader in slewing ring bearings.”
“Engineers also appreciate that we fill order volumes from one-offs to thousands and provide a wide range of product types, sizes, materials, and options,” adds Walters.
Kaydon Corp. Bearing Div.
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