From Material Science to Nanoscience Senior Materials Specialists Aaron Muhlenkamp and Amanda Grow share how Timken metallurgy expertise advances the manufacturability and performance of bearings used in the world’s most crucial applications.

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From Material Science to Nanoscience
Advancing Careers and Communities Nicole Morrett, senior manager of talent, learning and development, talks about the holistic nature of her work — and the role Timken’s culture and values play in maintaining a high-performing workforce.

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Advancing Careers and Communities
Serving the Food and Beverage Industry with an Award-Winning Design High-pressure, chemical washdowns are critical for food and beverage processing to eliminate microbial threats. However, these processes can drive corrosive contaminants into machinery and wash away the lubrication needed for successful operation. Timken tapped into its deep expertise to engineer a bearing solution that drastically minimizes the risk of ingress with an improved, customer-centric design.

Read how.

Serving the Food and Beverage Industry with an Award-Winning Design
Work That Matters

Advancing Careers and Communities

Nicole Morrett, senior manager of talent, learning and development, talks about the holistic nature of her work — and the role Timken’s culture and values play in maintaining a high-performing workforce.

Growth

Serving the Food and Beverage Industry with an Award-Winning Design

High-pressure, chemical washdowns are critical for food and beverage processing to eliminate microbial threats. However, these processes can drive corrosive contaminants into machinery and wash away the lubrication needed for successful operation. Timken tapped into its deep expertise to engineer a bearing solution that drastically minimizes the risk of ingress with an improved, customer-centric design.

Innovation

From Material Science to Nanoscience

Senior Materials Specialists Aaron Muhlenkamp and Amanda Grow share how Timken metallurgy expertise advances the manufacturability and performance of bearings used in the world’s most crucial applications.

Sustainability

125 Years of Bearing Leadership

Over the past 13 months, Timken acquired four bearing companies. Andreas Roellgen, Timken executive vice president and president of engineered bearings, discusses the opportunities each brings to the customers and industries that Timken serves.

Responsibility

Manufacturing a More Sustainable Future

Timken uses engineering and systems thinking in its own operations to build a more efficient and sustainable world for future generations. Timken’s manager of EHS systems in Poland explains how the plant uses air compressors to simultaneously manufacture products, heat buildings and reduce emissions.

Innovation

Quantum Leaps

SPINEA’s high-precision gears play a key role in the proper control, parameter setting and precision maintenance of the particle accelerators at CERN, where scientists are using the most-complex scientific instruments to determine the origin of the universe. Timken acquired SPINEA in 2022, bolstering its leadership position in industrial motion markets.

Responsibility

Bringing STEM To Life: A Community Effort

Great Lakes Science Center President & CEO Kirsten Ellenbogen and Timken Application Engineer Joanna Hallisy talk about how Timken and the Science Center work together to make STEM come alive for a diverse population of students.

Innovation

Where Art Meets Technology

Sports broadcasters and film experts capture drama using robotic cameras equipped by a growing Timken industrial motion portfolio.

Sustainability

Sustainability: Good Business Practice

Bearings are efficient by nature, but we continue to explore ways of making our materials and manufacturing processes even more efficient and sustainable.

Innovation

Vision Systems: Improving Efficiency for Today’s Workforce

Next-generation technologies are enhancing productivity and maintaining quality while reducing labor-intensive processes. Ashish Vasil, manager of manufacturing R&D at Timken headquarters, and Cristina Dinca, development engineer at Timken Romania, share how machine vision systems are performing complex and repetitive tasks with high accuracy, allowing skilled labor to focus on more value-added functions.