What is the Importance of a Power Take Off?

Jul 20, 19 • Power Take OffsComments Off on What is the Importance of a Power Take Off?

Before we can begin on the importance of a power take off (PTO), you should first understand what it actually is. This is a piece of equipment that transfers the mechanical power of the engine over to another part of the equipment. Trucks have many different parts in them, and some of the things found in a truck aren’t found in a car. One of the things that a car doesn’t have is known as the PTO.

Power Take Off

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What is the Difference Between a Condenser and a Heat Exchanger

May 25, 19 • Heat ExchangersComments Off on What is the Difference Between a Condenser and a Heat Exchanger

Water-cooled brakes also know as WCB is when the brakes are air actuated and then it is cooled by a constant flow of water from a cooling system with an open or closed loop cooling system. The air tube design does not require any kind of special coating or treatments and it is corrosion resistant as well.

Young Heat Exchanger

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How Do You Drain a Torque Converter?

May 10, 19 • Torque FluidComments Off on How Do You Drain a Torque Converter?

Step by Step Directions to Drain a Torque Converter.

Since a Torque Converter, (T-Converter) is your transmission’s number one assistant, a well cared for T-Converter makes for a happy transmission. A misbehaving T-Converter can cause transmission slippage, stalling, strange noises and much more serious damage to the vehicle’s transmission. Over time, debris from disintegrating internal moving parts can contaminate the transmission oil and prevent the T-Converter from working effectively, thereby causing transmission damage. Taking the extra step to include a good flush of the T-Converter is a good idea since it is not normally included in a standard transmission oil change. A T-Converter’s purpose is to assist the vehicle’s automatic transmission to perform well and provide a smooth and carefree shifting experience between gears. A flush of the T-Converter can be a quick and easy process, however certain vehicle models can present some challenges. It all depends on the type of connections on the vehicle’s transmission oil connector lines.

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What Equipment is Needed for Mining?

Apr 23, 19 • Cranes, TransmissionComments Off on What Equipment is Needed for Mining?


Mining equipment has been modernized over the last few years, and mining companies must be careful to purchase the right gear and parts for each job. Drillers and excavators are still needed to get the work done, but companies also need hand tools that work in the lowest parts of a mine, the parts to maintain these machines, and the extras that are required to keep the miners safe. Look below at what you need to do to buy the right mining equipment so that your operation runs smoothly.

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What is a Torque Converter and How Does It Work?

Apr 10, 19 • News, Torque Converters, Torque FluidComments Off on What is a Torque Converter and How Does It Work?

It is worth noting that not long ago, in 1902, the year, the design for the automatic transmission torque converter appeared. Nearly nothing has changed during this time, all the basics and features are included in modern models.

Initially, these converters were installed exclusively on buses. Only a few decades later, manufacturers started to include it in passenger vehicles. And this is not surprising because the part allows you to convert and transfer the moment from the engine to the installed automatic transmission very well. The driver can also change the torque and speed. Initially, this innovation began to be installed on the Ford car. Popularity has increased significantly after a few years.

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Apr 2, 19 • NewsComments Off on BLOWOUT SALE

“Blow-out Sale ” for these PTO assys

APRIL 2, 2019


Item List
Item Number Description Vendor No TotalQtyOnHand StdPrice
REM23721 SL111 1 1,432.08
REM32370 SL111P303 ORG/BRZ 1 3,361.00
REM33029 SL111P301 2 3,361.00
REM35092 SP214C003 ORG/BRZ 1 1,206.92
REM35104 SP314P101 ORG/BRZ/307 1 4,797.00
REM35105 SP314C001 ORG/BRZ 2 1,522.50
REM35126 SP211P201 2 2,151.78
REM35131 SP114P101 – F8 K&L 1 2,424.75
REM35679 SP211P301 1 2,127.81
REM4-10815 1-14  CLUTCH ASSY 1 1,205.03
REM4-10838 2-14  CLUTCH ASSY 1 1,633.29
REM4-10945 2-11 CLUTCH ASSY ORG 1 966.65
REM4-11054 111#1 BOTH DET PTO ORG/NA 2 2,034.00
REM4-14691 1-14  CLUTCH ASSY 1 1,544.31
REM4-18592 218#1/2 I/L PTO ORG 2 11,404.00
REM4-19062 211#2 I/L PTO ORG/306 1 2,774.00
REM4-23406 214#1 I/L DET PTO ORG 1 3,853.00
REM4-30835 108#3 BOTH PTO ORG 1 2,532.00
REM4-32811 214#1 I/L BROS PTO MET/BRZ 1 5,819.00
REM4-37327AM PTO ASSY HE2-11 BB COLLAR 1 2,294.00
REM4-37405 1-08  CLUTCH ASSY 1 570
REMSP211P312 SP211P312 ORG/BRZ/306 – F8 1 2,170.00
REMSP214P139 P T O ASSY-F8 1 4,500.00

What is the Difference Between Articulating Boom and a Telescopic Boom?

Mar 12, 19 • CranesComments Off on What is the Difference Between Articulating Boom and a Telescopic Boom?

There are two primary types of boom lifts on the market today: articulating and boom. Both are valuable additions to a work site that make it easier to get the job done. However, there are differences between the two types of boom lifts that make them better suited for specific uses. If you’re trying to decide which one is best for your work site, here’s what you need to know.

Articulating Boom Lift

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Good List to Tell Your Torque Converters needs Servicing for Mining Cranes?

Dec 13, 18 • NewsComments Off on Good List to Tell Your Torque Converters needs Servicing for Mining Cranes?


Signs Your Torque Converter Needs Servicing 

As an operator of heavy equipment, you realize that it is definitely important that all of the tools of your trade continue to function properly for the Highest Return on Investments.

When they are malfunctioning, it not only leads to frustration on your part, but it also can lead to downtime and lost business opportunities. If you regularly work with industrial equipment like cranes who need regular service and repair on parts such as torque converters, here are some important signs that your torque converter is going to need service real soon.

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How Water Cooled Brakes Work

Jul 19, 18 • Brakes1 Comment

How Water Cooled Brakes Work

Traditional disk brakes usually experience very high temperatures which can have severely detrimental effects on their performance. To lower these temperatures, the use of fluids such as water is imperative to eliminate much of this friction-generated heat.

What are Water-Cooled Brake Systems?

A water-cooled brake disc consists of central and stationary aluminum cooling plate that has an internal chamber which circulates the water coolant. It also has a series of cast iron sectors which are mounted on opposite sides of the disc plate. This is to allow for contact from the friction material carried by discs on the shaft to be slowed down. The cooling plate and iron cast sectors are usually divided by thermally insulative layers such as thin air gaps.

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How Do Pneumatic Clutches Work? [updated]

Jun 13, 18 • Air Clutches, Clutches2 Comments

pneumatic clutchGrab. Spin. Decouple. Repeat.

At one level, clutches really are that simple. But pneumatic clutches are just one example of what a few innovative twists can do to complicate (and improve) the process.

So let’s start with the basics:
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