UpComing Tradeshows

September 25-27, 2018
ECWATCH 2018
Moscow, Russia

October 01-03, 2018
WEFTEC 2018
New Orleans, LA

October 02-05, 2018
World of Technology & Science 2018
Utrecht, Netherlands

Application Profiles

12 November 2018

Pizza Packaging Line Conveyor

Bauer BK Series Geared Motors for Pizza Packaging Line Conveyors

One of the world’s largest food and beverage companies needed an efficient, reliable drive for a pizza packaging line in one of its plants in Italy. The drives power shrink wrapping machine infeed conveyors.

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08 October 2018

Wastewater Sedimentation Tank

Bauer BK Series Geared Motors for Wastwater Sedimentation Tank

The Houtrust wastewater treatment plant located in the Netherlands was built in 1967 and needed to be refurbished to be in line with current environmental regulations. Included in the maintenance project was the replacement of a geared motor that drives the chainwheel in one of its sedimentation tanks.

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03 May 2018

Lumber Tilt Hoists

Bauer BF Series Geared Motors for Lumber Tilt Hoists

A lumber-handling equipment manufacturer needed a robust electric geared motor solution to replace hydraulic cylinders on its tilt hoists. During operation, full bundles of stacked, rough-cut lumber are moved onto the hoist. The entire bundle is then lifted and tilted.

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19 October 2017

Wastewater Screeners

Bauer BF Series Geared Motors for Wastewater Screeners

One of the special challenges facing China as it prepared for the 2008 Olympics was the statutory requirement that it must clean 100% of the wastewater produced. This was done with the aid of two large-scale sewage treatment plants in the Beijing area.

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21 August 2017

Wastewater Membrane Filtration System

Bauer BG Series Geared Motors for Wastewater Membrane Filtration System

Huber, a global leader in water treatment equipment, was looking for a powerful and durable drive motor for its membrane filtration process machines. The company’s equipment helps provide people with clean water by making the best possible use of existing reserves of drinking water.

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