Waukesha Magnetic Bearings leads the industry in custom engineered magnetic bearing systems for large turbomachinery and high-performing rotating equipment. Our expertise comes from more than 30 years of developing solutions for the industry's most critical and challenging applications.
Waukesha Magnetic Bearings leads the industry in custom engineered magnetic bearing systems for large turbomachinery and high-performing rotating equipment.
With more than 30 years of experience, you can trust our knowledge of magnetic bearing technology.
Headquartered in Worthing, England, Waukesha Magnetic Bearings is part of Waukesha Bearings, an operating company of Dover Corporation.
“We’re very much focused on the large turbo machinery sector. We have supplied together with our partners in fluid film business, large rotating equipment up to 300 megawatts for more than 50 years.”
With engineering, sales, and manufacturing locations worldwide – Waukesha Magnetic Bearings provides localized support to our customers…wherever they are.
Waukesha Magnetic Bearings systems can be installed in oil and gas applications…including onshore, offshore and subsea equipment; petrochemical and process equipment; nuclear and conventional power generation, and renewable and developing technologies.
“Our success in this business is due to our partnerships with customers and end users. We work with them to get highly involved into the engineering and the specific applications to meet their actual field requirements.”
Waukesha works collaboratively with our customers to better understand their challenges and apply our technology to enhance the performance of their equipment.
“At Waukesha we are committed to continuous improvement. We have developed our product for both reliability and we’ve also taken on a highly varied number of applications, whether it’s high load, high speed, high temperature or something else that is a very specific requirement. We have without doubt the most reliable magnetic bearing systems in field operations in the world today.”