MUSKEGON — Kaydon Corp.’s Bearings Division has added white papers, case studies, FAQs, and more to the bearing remanufacturing section of its Web site,

“We’ve expanded the bearing remanufacturing content on our Web site to provide customers with more relevant, useful information,” said Ron Shaw, Kaydon bearing remanufacturing manager. “Customers can learn more about bearing maintenance, especially for large diameter, lift-application bearings, warning signs of bearing wear or failure, and the remanufacturing process.”

The Web site also includes a remanufacturing FAQ section, which provides answers to common bearing wear and repair questions.

The Kaydon bearing remanufacturing program returns bearings to service in the shortest possible time, on a cost-effective basis, while ensuring the highest quality workmanship. A bearing remanufactured by Kaydon performs as new and carries a warranty equal to a new bearing. Kaydon remanufactures bearings as small as 10 inches (25 cm) and as large as 240 inches (6.1 m) at a dedicated remanufacturing facility in Avon, Ohio.

Kaydon can remanufacture any ball bearing or roller bearing, including thrust, radial, cross roller, double row, three row, four point contact, eight point contact, cylindrical roller, and thin section bearings, regardless of the original manufacturer.

Kaydon offers free inspection of qualified slewing ring bearings up to eight feet diameter in size. For more information, submit an RFQ from the remanufacturing section of

Kaydon Bearings is a division of Kaydon Corp. Kaydon invented the thin section bearing and is a leading supplier of thin section, slewing ring, and remanufactured bearings.

Kaydon Corp. is a leading designer and manufacturer of custom-engineered, performance-critical products, supplying a broad and diverse group of alternative-energy, industrial, aerospace, medical, and electronic equipment, and aftermarket customers.

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