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SRS Introduces New Product Addition: Babbitt Bearings
SRS Introduces New Product Addition: Babbitt Bearings

December 5, 2017

SRS Introduces New Product Addition: Babbitt Bearings

For nearly six decades, Scott Rotary Seals (SRS) has provided its customers with precision engineered rotary union and rotary timing valve solutions for a wide range of industrial applications worldwide.

Delivering highly complex, close-tolerance components with repeatable accuracy, SRS continues its growth to meet industry needs with new Babbitt Bearing product additions including tilting pad, fixed geometry, radial, thrust and combination bearings.

Babbitt Bearings are used in a variety of high speed rotating equipment including compressors, turbine generators, gearboxes, electrical motors, pumps, and more.

“Our team has over 35 years of combined Babbitt bearing design and manufacturing experience,” said SRS President John Mulryan.

"We’ve also partnered with Dr. John Nicholas, former President of Rotating Machinery Technology, Inc., for additional staff training and continued support when necessary."

Utilizing the latest manufacturing equipment and software, coupled with experienced and skilled engineers, SRS is able to offer customers complete, in-house bearing capabilities and services including design upgrades and modernization, inspection and reporting, Babbitt resurfacing and machining, and reverse engineering.

SRS will debut its Babbitt Bearing solutions as a certified bearing service provider at this year’s Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia in Houston, Texas from December 12 - 14.

About SRS

Scott Rotary Seals (SRS) designs and manufactures custom and off-the-shelf fluid rotary timing valve and rotary union products for a wide range of industrial applications. SRS's fluid sealing products provide reliable transfer of liquids and/or gases from stationary supply lines to rotating equipment.

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