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October 27th, 2007
New bearing coatings withstand water, acids, cleaning agents and other corrosive media
Mrs. Maria-Elisabeth Schaeffler, Partner of INA-Holding Schaeffler KG, emphasised the outstanding importance of R&D for Schaeffler, particularly with regard to innovation: "By opening the new Surface Technology Centre, our group of companies is intensifying its commitment to the future, particularly in nanotechnology, and is expanding its expertise in rapidly converting research results into innovative and efficient products."
Schaeffler is a leader in the area of innovative surface and coating technology. The functionality of surfaces for a range of applications is optimised using special manufacturing and treatment processes. Examples are wear resistance, sliding characteristics, shine or appearance, electrical and thermal conductivity, as well as corrosion protection. Under its established brands Corrotect® and Triondur®, Schaeffler offers a successful range of coated components.
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