MRO professionals see the real-world effects of technological innovation. In some instances this can lead to reduced working pressures, while in others they can be left to (literally) pick up the pieces. Over many years, chain maker Tsubaki has consistently worked to improve the life of MRO professionals. Its chain offers improved performance and reliability in most industrial applications; over 100 years it's produced a stream of innovations that regularly reset the benchmarks for the technology.
Machine designs often call for chains to be used in pairs or other multiples, in which case they must be of exactly the same length. To meet this need Tsubaki is able to supply pre-stretched chains in matched-length pairs - and greater multiples - matched and tagged for easy identification and installation.
The phrase 'You get what you pay for' can be applied to many situations; not least to industrial chain, which often has to work hard in tough environmental conditions. While there are many budget chains available on the market, they are likely to wear more quickly - leading to higher maintenance costs and a greater chance of unplanned downtime.
Selecting a budget chain is nearly always a false economy once you look at the Total Cost of Ownership
Tsubakimoto Europe has launched a new website to inform and support its end users, providing a comprehensive point of reference to explore its range of high performance chains and accessories. Characterised by a fresh aesthetic and an intuitive user experience, the new site offers industry and product insight to help inform component or service selection for specific applications.
Tsubaki joined the Rotterdam Marathon, the biggest one-day sporting event in the Netherlands. The marathon event is a mix of sports, festival and charity and more popular than ever. Thousands of runners from home and abroad experience what it's like to finish on the famous Coolsingel. The marathon runners came from 82 countries and this still growing event in Rotterdam counted the record number of 15.600 participants and over 950.000 enthusiastic spectators along the route.