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Renold Couplings prevent costly plant breakdowns

When a large equipment manufacturer needed a longterm solution to protect against costly coupling failure on its excavators, it turned to Renold Hi-Tec Couplings of Halifax, England.
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According to Renold, the excavator company had been using rubber-in-shear couplings which were failing after 4000 hours of operation. Each time a coupling failed, the excavator had to be stripped down and the coupling replaced. This was proving costly as the excavator runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week and any unplanned downtime means that the cost per tonnage of material excavated increases.

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