Special production from Schaefflerden Osmangazi Bridge

Special production Osmangazi Bridge from Schaeffler: the global leading supplier of automotive and industrial sectors Schaeffler Group, as well as all over the world continues to be indispensable for special projects in Turkey. Schaeffler's products, which offer high quality and superior technology, were used in the Osmangazi Bridge after the Panama Canal. Osmangazi's spherical plain bearings and bushings, the fourth longest suspension bridge in the world, were designed specifically for the project.
Schaeffler Group maintains its position as a globally leading supplier of both automotive and industrial products with high quality, superior technology and a strong innovative approach. 3 After years of construction time in Turkey with 2682 meters in length is the longest, was produced by 109 Total joint and 72 Total bushings Schaeffler used in vibration-resistant Osmangazi Bridge, which is Europe's second and fourth longest suspension bridge in the world.
Special Products for Optimum Solution
Schaeffler's spherical plain bearings for bridge are INA, the world's leading brand; It offers very long life and performance at low speeds and large loads in high structures. INA's advanced sliding surface guarantee products are particularly preferred for sensitive and difficult-to-maintain structures such as bridges.
The joints used in the construction of Osmangazi Bridge; The project was designed specifically for the optimum solution appropriate to the project, taking into account the load analysis studies and the geographical conditions in which the construction will be constructed. The joints are located at the junction points of the bridge blocks and the junction points of the suspension bridge ropes. While ELGOGLIDE coating was used to minimize maintenance and repair of all products, all surfaces exposed to environmental conditions were coated to be corrosion resistant. Thus, the interactions and forces between the wind and other external factors can be dampened and both the rope and the bridge block to ensure healthy and long-term operation.
Schaeffler Industrial Sales Manager for Turkey Mehmet Safalt the product of one of Turkey's largest project expressed their pride and happiness to the use of Osmangazi Bridge. As Schaeffler Group, Safaltın stated that 3 bin 400 bearings were provided for the latest Panama Canal project. Özel We designed and produced special products for Osmangazi Bridge, which is the fourth longest suspension bridge in the world and the pride of our country. ”
The Schaeffler Group is a leading global supplier for the automotive and industry with its high quality, superior technology and strong innovative approach. The Schaeffler Group makes great solution-oriented contributions to the concept of "Mobility for the Future" with its high-precision components and systems in motor, gearbox and chassis applications, as well as bearing and linear system solutions used in many industrial applications. With sales of approximately 2015 billion Euros in 13,2, Schaeffler is one of Europe's largest family-owned companies with more than 84.000 employees worldwide. It has a worldwide network of production facilities, R&D centers and sales companies with approximately 50 locations in 170 countries.
Schaeffler, founded in 1986 its activities in Turkey Trade INA bearings. LLC. FAG Bearings has started the same year and established a liaison office in Turkey. With the incorporation of FAG into Schaeffler in 2001, the two companies started to operate as partners and the company name was changed to Schaeffler Rulmanları Tic. Ltd. Sti. has been changed to. company located in Istanbul, under the umbrella of the Schaeffler LuK, INA, FAG and Ruvill brands across Turkey and offers a comprehensive range of products for the automotive and industrial sectors. Schaeffler's employees by providing the right technology with expert staff in Turkey is located between the primary targets to ensure customer satisfaction at the highest level possible.

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