Timken

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Timken

The Timken Company is a global manufacturer of bearings, high-performance steels, and related components and assemblies.

Timken operates in 30 countries and territories.The Timken Company designs, manufactures, sells and services highly engineered anti-friction bearings and assemblies, high-performance steels and mechanical power transmission systems, as well as a broad spectrum of related products and services. The company has four operating segments: Mobile Industries, Process Industries, Aerospace and Defense, and Steel.

Timken friction management and power transmission solutions help customers operate faster and more efficiently – increasing productivity, uptime and performance in a wide range of applications and markets.

Timken is a leader in all bearing types, including ball, cylindrical, needle, tapered, thrust and spherical. Related products such as housed units, integrated bearing assemblies, precision assemblies and aerospace bearings offer additional features and performance capabilities.

Timken produces high-quality solid steel bars, billets and seamless mechanical steel tubing. We also can convert bars and tubes into rough or semi-finished parts, and provide precision deep hole boring and finishing products and services, reducing customer production costs. Standard and custom steel grades are available.

We offer a broad range of power transmission products for automotive, aerospace and general industrial applications. From gearing products and gearbox assemblies to finger followers and precision shafts, we have the products you need to power your application.

Timken offers a wide range of motion control solutions for industrial and automotive systems in braking, steering, hydraulic control and automatic transmissions. Sensing products include a broad selection of speed and direction sensors.

Timken offers an array of tools for bearing maintenance. We also offer reliability systems and services to help maintenance personnel maximize operating performance and detect equipment problems before they become critical.

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