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Case Studies

Waukesha Bearings provides long-lasting solutions to OEMs and end users around the globe. Read our case studies for examples of how we have achieved high reliability and availability, improved efficiency, and superior stability with fluid film bearings and AMB systems.

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Bearing Damage Index

Fluid film bearings are typically designed to be more compliant than more costly machine components like blades and rotors, which means that problems with rotating equipment will likely be detected first at the bearings.

Since bearing damage is likely an indicator of another issue, it is critical that operators recognize a failure and take steps to identify its cause. Our Bearing Damage Index covers some common types of damage, and their possible remedies.

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Bearing Knowledge Bank

Want to learn more about how fluid film and magnetic bearings work? The factors that influence bearing design? Click below.

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Press Release

Dover Precision Components Expands Its TruTech High Performance Materials Portfolio

January 7th, 2021


TruTech™ materials deliver the latest advances in polymer science to enhance the performance and reliability of critical components in rotating and reciprocating machinery.
Conference

Waukesha Bearings to Present at ASME Turbo Expo Virtual Conference

September 9th, 2020


Waukesha Bearings will present "Experimental Investigation and Numerical Modelling of a Large Heavily-Loaded Tilting Pad Journal Bearing With Polymer Lined Pads."
Press Release

Dover Precision Components Takes Occupancy of New Innovation Lab

August 18th, 2020


The company's fluid film bearing and reciprocating compressor component test rigs get a new home in Houston.