Timken’s Syber Bearing System Analysis platform helps application engineers work with customers to find the best bearing for any given power train system. Three engineers who know it inside-out discuss what makes the platform uniquely useful—and uniquely Timken.
At the heart of Timken’s culture of learning is a commitment to diverse perspectives and collaborative leadership. Three Timken associates talk about the skills and insights they have gained in the Operations Development Program.
New solar installations eclipsed new wind builds last year—a trend expected to continue through 2021 as the world transitions to more renewables. Cone Drive by Timken is the unequivocal leader in precision motion control solutions for solar tracker systems
Powersports manufacturers and riders are always looking for the next most powerful snowmobile or ATV. The Ultimax Belts team takes that competitive drive to the belt—the key element that connects all that power to the ground.
Timken Ploiesti’s Engineering Center of Excellence maintains fluid communication from the customer to the manufacturing plant and back—which is how you build some of the largest bearings in the world, for some of the largest wind turbines ever.
From products to processes, Timken is reducing the environmental footprint of its own operations and those of its customers. Managers Jamie Milobar and Kim Rudy explain their passion for driving down single-use plastics throughout the Timken supply chain.
In communities around the world, Timken employees make real, lasting impact in these areas by addressing the unique challenges of their areas. Timken India Managing Director Sanjay Koul shares how his team adapts the company’s global community commitment to help local neighborhoods thrive.
Time is money in every industry, and interruptions don’t always happen during regular business hours. When customers have an emergency at 2 a.m., Timken service engineers leap into problem-solving mode—restoring uptime, limiting losses, and promoting safe operations.
BrightSource Energy’s Ivanpah power plant turns the intense sunlight of the Mohave into electricity for 140,000 California homes. To optimize output, the team relies on Cone Drive gear sets to precisely position 173,000 heliostats.
How did the first galaxies and stars form? What are the building blocks of the universe? When NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope launches in 2021, Timken technology will help the world see its amazing discoveries.
Photo credit: NASA/Chris Gunn
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