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Tempest Range Now Includes 3 Metre Retaining Ring

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: 24 May, 2010  (New Product)
Wind power industry drives development at Seeger-Orbis of one of the largest retaining rings in the industry at 3000 mm
Leading the way in retaining ring manufacturing, Seeger-Orbis has introduced one of the largest rings for the wind power industry with its new 3,000 mm retaining ring.

Expanding the popular Tempest Retaining Ring Series, the new 3,000 mm ring delivers the high performance and precision required by the wind industry and reinforce the performance excellence that is synonymous with the Seeger-Orbis name. Tempest retaining rings are manufactured in Germany exclusively to meet the demands of the wind power industry. Launched in 2009, Tempest retaining rings can be found in wind turbines around the globe and with the addition of the new 3,000 mm ring, the product line is an ideal fit for various turbine applications including the gearbox, pitch system, main bearing, yaw system, brake system and generator.

“Seeger-Orbis has more than 90 years of tooling and manufacturing expertise and held the original patent for retaining rings, which was issued in 1928. This gives us a competitive advantage, and we use this dedication to innovation to remain at the forefront of new product development, particular in the wind industry. Our team understands the growing size and durability requirements of this market, and our proven skills in metallurgy and manufacturing come together to not only meet -- but anticipate -- the needs of the wind industry. Our 3,000 mm retaining ring is just the latest example of our ingenuity,” said Joerg Eberhard, Business Development Manager, Seeger-Orbis.

All Tempest retaining rings meet TS 16949 Certified Quality Assurance system specifications and are manufactured in-house from high-grade spring steels that are chosen for the special characteristics they deliver to wind turbine nacelles, including extreme durability and performance in critical force situations.
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