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CECON Clutches

21 March 2019

Steel Strip Mill

Marland CECON Clutches for Steel Strip Mill

A major steel manufacturer needed a clutch solution for one of its large strip mills in the US. The mill utilizes two drives, one electric motor powers the mill when operating at normal production speeds, a low-speed motor drives the mill when inching or creeping speeds are required for inspections or servicing.

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11 February 2019

Steel Mill Cooling Fan Drive

Marland CECON Clutch for Steel Mill Cooling Fan Drives

A leading industrial fan OEM needed a clutch solution for a large cooling fan installed at a steel mill. The heavy-duty fan required a low-speed turning gear drive that keeps the fan impellers rotating slowly when the main drive is shut down.

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27 July 2017

Rapid Response Delivery System

Refinery Energy Recovery System CECON Clutch for Rapid Response Delivery

A fast-turnaround rebuild of a Marland CECON CEUHS high-speed clutch was needed at a massive oil refinery located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The facility utilizes the clutch combined with a hydraulic turbine to recover hydraulic energy that would otherwise be wasted during the refining process when high-pressure liquid flow is reduced to a lower pressure.

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10 August 2016

Rapid Response Delivery

Cement Kiln CEBMAG Backstop & CECON Clutch for Rapid Response Delivery

A large cement plant in Texas needed a rebuild of a Marland CEBMAG backstop after 17 years of service in its kiln auxiliary drive. The customer contacted Marland Clutch customer service and was directed to contact S&S Equipment & Supply, the only authorized Marland Repair Center in the continental US.

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23 March 2015

Oil Refinery Cooling Fan Drive

Marland CECON Clutches for Oil Refinery Cooling Fan Drive

A major industrial fan OEM needed a clutch solution for a large dual drive fan at an oil refinery in Brazil. The refinery never shuts down and requires a continuous, uninterruptible supply of cooling air. The fan is powered by an electric motor on one side and a steam turbine on the other side. Clutches are used to provide a smooth transfer of power from one power supply to the other without stopping the fan.

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