Monday, 28 May 2018
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November 2010

Supply System/ Design/ Maintenance/ Conveyor Technology

Compensatory Effect

Shims ensure axial compensation with the bedding of work rolls

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The construction of the bearing points of the work rolls for rolling mills is a complex task, one central aspect of which is the compensation of accumulated tolerances. In addition to this, it must also be ensured that the axial play of the bearings can be adjusted economically during routine maintenance. Both of these problems can be solved simply and economically by using special steel shims.

August 2010

Supply industry / Aerospace industry/ Design and construction / Drive engineering/ Maintenance

Georg Martin certified according to aerospace norm

Supplier intensifies the strategic focus in the aerospace industry

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Germany/ Dietzenbach, August 2010. – Georg Martin GmbH is now certified according to the aerospace norm EN 9100! Based on this success the German supplier intensifies his strategic focus in the aerospace industry. Since decades, the establishment has maintained the performances and the best contact with the manufacturers and the system sub-contractors in the aerospace domain. Moreover since June this year, Georg Martin is now certified according to the aerospace quality management systems EN 9100. For this reason, the company can point up the compliance with the high quality requirements in the international aerospace industry.

June 2010

Supply industry / Design and construction / Drive engineering/ Maintenance

Smart Shimming

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A design made up of components without any tolerances at all unfortunately doesn't exist. You can either accept this with a shrug or develop a nifty product that at least makes it easier to work within industrial realities. This is the idea: if a spacer is too thick, you simply peel off a thin layer so the rest fits exactly in the joint to be closed. Searching for a scrap of sheet metal just the right thickness? That's a thing of the past.