Schaeffler is focusing on electric mobility. The company is demonstrating this by simultaneously launching several new electric axle drives (electric axles). “Electric axles are a key element of our electric mobility strategy,” says Matthias Zink, CEO Automotive Technologies at Schaeffler AG. Until now, up to three drive components were assembled in one compact unit. With the so-called 4in1 electric axle, Schaeffler is now going one step further by integrating the thermal management system as well as the electric motor, power electronics, and transmission into the axle drive.Continue reading
- Easy operation via touchscreen
- Time savings of up to 50%
- Energy consumption cut by up to 50%
- Safe heating
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Split spherical roller bearings are principally used where the replacement of unsplit spherical roller bearings would require costly additional work, such as the removal of gears and couplings, the dismounting of drives or the dismantling of shaft power trains.continue reading
Plug. Play. Predict.
Condition monitoring can be expensive. Which is why up to 95% of all machines inside factories are only sporadically monitored, or often not at all. This can lead to unplanned breakdowns and downtime.
OPTIME from Schaeffler allows for comprehensive condition monitoring that is both easy and affordable. Thanks to its simple plug & play installation, OPTIME allows you to start monitoring hundreds of rotating machines in just a few hours.continue reading