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Application Profile

31 August 2017

Mine Slurry Pumps

TB Wood's V-Belt Drives for Mine Slurry Pumps

A large pump OEM required a rugged belted drive solution for slurry pumps used by a copper mine customer. The pumps are used to transport slurry, comprised of ore and water, through a pipeline. After reaching its destination, the ore is separated from the water and the remaining water is treated prior to release or reuse.

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10 July 2017

Mine Refrigeration Compressor

TB Wood's MTO Sheaves for Mine Refrigeration Compressor

A major refrigeration system manufacturer required a custom sheave solution for a large belt-driven mine refrigeration compressor. The belted drive transfers power from the electric motor to the compressor. The reciprocating compressor raises the temperature of the refrigerant gas before it is pumped into a condenser.

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19 June 2017

TB Wood's V-Belt Sheaves for Mine Ventilation Fan

A leading industrial fan OEM needed a reliable belted drive solution for a large mine ventilation fan. The belted drive transfers power from the electric motor to the fan shaft.

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08 December 2016

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TB Wood's Form-Flex® GCH Couplings with Locking Hubs for Natural Gas Fueling Station Compressors

A leading packager of reciprocating compressor equipment required a reliable coupling solution for its line of compressor packages used at natural gas vehicle (NGV) refueling stations. These stations are needed to support the growing number of natural gas powered municipal bus and truck fleets as well as passenger vehicles.

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31 October 2016

Power Plant Induced Draft Fans

TB Wood's Form-Flex® Floating Shaft for Power Plant Induced Draft Fans

A major global industrial fan OEM needed a replacement coupling solution for an induced draft fan drive at a large power plant. The fan maintains system pressure slightly below atmospheric pressure on a coal-fired boiler at the facility. The existing fan drive used an old gear coupling design which had reached the end of its useful life.

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