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SKF (UK) Ltd

Sundon Park Road
Luton
Bedfordshire
LU3 3BL
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (01582) 490049
Fax : +44 (01582) 848091
Email : marketing.uk@skf.com
Web : www.skf.co.uk



Most recent articles relating to SKF (UK) Ltd;

Spherical roller bearing designed with food safety features

The Food line spherical roller bearings from SKF help maintain food-industry hygiene standards and compliance with industry regulations while having an extended service life.FULL STORY...

What can have a bearing on food safety?

In hygienic equipment design, details matter, says David Oliver, explaining how bearing units can either aid or harm proactive food safety. FULL STORY...

Food-grade bearing reduces maintenance requirements

A new deep-groove ball bearing from SKF, containing food-grade grease and an integral seal, requires no relubrication – which helps maintain both machine performance and hygiene standards. FULL STORY...

Bearing challenges in food production

Alan Stewart looks at the bearing challenges facing the food and beverage production sector and suggests suitable solutions. FULL STORY...

Handbook helps build a roadmap to remote industrial maintenance

SKF has published a handbook to help organisations through the process of introducing remote industrial maintenance. FULL STORY...

Proof positive: improving bearing life in bakeries

The high humidity in proving ovens can play havoc with bearings. Food Processing finds out how the use of solid oil lubrication can lead to longer bearing lifetimes in such arduous applications. FULL STORY...

A changing role for the maintenance task

Eitan Vesely and Avi Nowitz explore the changing role of the maintenance task – from being a cost to becoming a business benefit. FULL STORY...

Putting hygienic design into practice

Food manufacturers must adopt the principles of hygienic design, right down to component level, in order to minimise the risk of contamination. FULL STORY...

Overcoming lubricant challenges

Phil Burge discusses the importance of using the right lubrication in the right food application, and looks at technological advancements designed to reduce bearing wear and corrosion. FULL STORY...

Driving machine performance and reliability

With more advanced predictive maintenance tools at their disposal, today’s maintenance and operations teams can improve efficiencies and minimise unplanned downtime, says Phil Burge. FULL STORY...

Oven-ready bearings enable maintenance reduction for bakers

Commercial scale, conveyor-fed baking and proving ovens present a particularly challenging environment for bearings. But, by using modern high temperature bearing technologies and novel lubrication techniques, the industry can solve many of its maintenance problems. FULL STORY...

Condition monitoring gets flexible

A new digital vibration monitoring solution helps enable smart condition-based maintenance practices. FULL STORY...

Whitepaper: Why not move from ‘food grade’ to ‘food safe’ machines?

Across the food industry, companies are demanding more from their machines. In a whitepaper document, SKF shows how manufacturers can use hygienic design to achieve food safety, performance, cost and/or sustainability goals.FULL STORY...

Stopping the spread of Listeria

Contaminated food processing machinery is one of several key factors behind rising numbers of product alerts and recalls. Although machines may be hygienically designed with smooth and easily cleaned surfaces, the crevices in components such as mounted bearings and their housings can still harbour bacteria, says David Oliver. FULL STORY...

How clean is clean?

Food machine washdowns can spread bacteria a new video from SKF shows you why this is and what you can do about it. FULL STORY...

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