Emerson Bearing Launches New Marine Division

Emerson Bearing, a Boston based bearing company catering to OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operations) markets nationally and internationally, has recently launched a new Marine Division to specifically cater to the Marine Spares industry and Port Authorities.

Joe Falvey, Emerson Bearing's Marketing Specialist who is trained to accommodate these clients' unique needs will lead the division which specifically caters to customers requiring bearings and related products for the Marine Spares industry and Port Authorities. Falvey will assist clients in determining which bearing technologies would be most suitable by taking into consideration the specifications, recommendations, maintenance strategies, fatigue life and wear resistance of the bearing in relation to the application.

The Marine Spares industry and Port Authorities require constant "uptime" as they exist in a 24/7 work environment. Whether bearings and related products are needed for driveshafts, overhead cranes, fork lift trucks or other applications, Emerson Bearing’s 24/7 service and inventory are critical to their operations.

Emerson Bearing provides Split Roller bearings, which allow for rapid bearing replacement especially at difficult to access locations, such as driveshafts. For the Sheave wheels, cranes and tensioner blocks, Emerson Bearing recommends the SL Sheave Wheel bearings because they provide extra high dynamic and static load ratings and come with rubber seals to prevent water and dust intrusion.   Additional related products that Emerson Bearing carries include: Sheave Wheel Bearings, Split Spherical Roller Bearings, Craft Split Bearing, Ball Bearings, Roller Bearings, Leaf Chain, V Belts, Hydraulic Cylinders, Pumps, Oil seals and Isolator Seals.

To keep the unloading process from slowing down, Emerson Bearing can provide cut to length Leaf Chain forklift chain on a 24-hour basis. Plus, the company's worldwide freight relationships better enable them to serve markets around the world – and literally meet a ship at port if necessary to deliver bearings

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