Rolling Process Seeing Increased Use

A technology that is quickly expanding in many fields thanks to competitive features such as optimization of time and production costs and significantly higher product quality, is the rolling process. And this is also true thanks to the technical innovations proposed by ORT ITALIA, an Italian company leading in the rolling process field. ORT ITALIA has its main strength in its research and development department

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Testing of Bolts, Screws & Studs to DIN EN ISO 898-1, ASTM F606-1 & DIN EN ISO 3506-1

Some of the most important fasteners—bolts, screws and studs—are not only considered universally important in industry settings, but also for every day purposes. They are used in construction of complex machinery and equipment as well as vehicles and buildings. Since mechanical stress is concentrated on these types of connection points, the integrity of fasteners is extremely important. Therefore bolts, screws and nuts are subject to strict safety requirements.

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Friction Control for Fasteners

The following case studies will explore how two OEMs used different paths and succeeded in reducing non-value added cost. One OEM preferred to use the highest quality materials. This approach resulted in a product that provides extended durability, therefore reducing warranty costs. Another OEM opted to reduce process steps and the associated waste by utilizing the most efficient processes available

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Digitalization and Remote Service: Connection for Improving Production

A company’s competitiveness and future viability depend largely on how effectively and quickly it can respond to changing customer needs and markets. These include rising quality requirements, end-to-end traceability along the value-adding chain, delivery reliability, flexibility and cost effectiveness. The technical development of the machines required for production alone is not sufficient to fulfil these complex tasks

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Environment-Friendly Zinc Aluminum Flake Coating for Corrosion Protection

Low-carbon steels corrode in most of the atmospheric environments when the relative humidity exceeds 60%. Corrosion is the destruction or deterioration of a material because of reaction with its environment. Most common corrosion control methods use coatings and conversion layers, which contain toxic and environmentally hazardous materials. There is a need to find nontoxic and environmental friendly alternatives compatible with current industrial techniques.

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