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High-load capacities at sub-zero temperatures: SGS Sonder Getriebe Service GmbH supplies unbalanced gearboxes for processing plant in Siberia

07-27-2009 06:08 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: SGS Sonder Getriebe Service GmbH

/ PR Agency: NAMU-PR
German specialists build double unbalanced gearboxes for Russian processing plant

St. Ingbert, 22nd July 2009 – Five gear units of SGS Sonder Getriebe Service GmbH have just been shipped to work in a Russian processing plant in the future. As double unbalanced gearboxes they drive vibrating screens. “The great challenge were the special requirements of the materials to withstand the extreme low temperatures at the place of work”, reports Uwe Hackenberger, managing director of the German based gear manufacturer.
In the cold season temperatures up to under minus 40 degrees Celsius prevail at the processing plant in Siberia. Also, at these extreme low temperatures all components have to function reliable. For this purpose special materials with tough at sub-zero temperature properties were used. These metal alloys do not become brittle at very low temperatures. This prevents mechanical damage, which could develop due to the extreme load and the wide variation in temperature at the units.
Again the constant quality management of SGS proved it’s value: “Each unit has been successfully tested for six hours in 45 degrees operation position”, reports Hackenberger. Successfully tested they left on the 20th July to the client, where they will be installed onto the vibrating screen units.
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SGS Sonder Getriebe Service GmbH is specialized in manufacturing and repairs of large and special industrial reducers, including their components, among others for the heavy industry, the mining industry, wind energy plants, power plants, and other industrial applications with a demand of applications with high power and extreme load capacities.
SGS is well known for the high quality and fast realization even of very complex demands. SGS targets clients in the field of plant operation, as well plant engineering and construction, equipment manufacturing companies in the wind and power energy, materials handling, and other industrial process sections, but also manufacturers of special equipment and machines. The scope of drive applications that can be equipped with SGS reducers and components includes among others large rock and coal crushers, large and special materials handling equipment, processing equipment, large milling machines, as well drives for special excavating equipment in the open pit mining industry.
SGS is located in St. Ingbert Saarland. It was founded by Mr. Uwe Hackenberger, graduated engineer in mechanical engineering specialized in the automotive and materials handling field. He and all other managers of SGS worked former in senior management positions of ThyssenKrupp Fördertechnik, as well as other international leading companies in the field of plant engineering and construction.

SGS Sonder Getriebe Service GmbH
Im Schiffelland 7
66386 St. Ingbert

Tel.: +49 6894 5909 499
Fax: +49 6894 5909 472


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