According to SKF, it takes approximately 100 process steps to produce a new bearing, compared to roughly ten for a remanufactured bearing. It’s no surprise, therefore, that there has been an increasing demand for remanufactured bearings in heavy-duty industrial applications. Here Chris Johnson, managing director at bearing relubrication specialist … [Read More...] about Should remanufactured bearings become the norm?
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