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Happy New Year from K&L!

Jan 3, 13 • News, World NewsComments Off on Happy New Year from K&L!

Happy New Year from K&L Clutch and TransmissionK&L Clutch and Transmission would like to wish our valued customers a safe and happy New Years, and all the best for 2013.

We are grateful that you chose us for your heavy machinery clutch and transmission parts and service needs and we hope we can continue to offer you the highest quality in goods and service as we move forward into the new year.

We try to actively defend our reputation, if you have any concerns with our service, please don’t hesitate to let us know. If you have already benefited from our top quality parts and excellent customer service, allow us to thank you again! Feel free to check out our range of products.

Once again, all the best for 2013!

Common Torque Converter Problems

Nov 30, 12 • Torque ConvertersComments Off on Common Torque Converter Problems

Issues With Your Heavy Machinery?

Some Symptoms of Possible Torque Converter Problems

Common Torque Converter Problems

If you’ve been in this field long enough, you’ve likely dealt with a few common torque converter problems. Although we are confident in the excellent capabilities, and reliability, of the torque converters we provide, we also know that problems do occasionally arise. Considering the extreme mechanical feats of your heavy machinery, and the tasks required of the torque converters in those machines, this makes sense. What also makes sense, then, is being prepared.
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Boom Crane Parts, Anatomy and Origin

Nov 27, 12 • Cranes, Industrial Mechanical PartsComments Off on Boom Crane Parts, Anatomy and Origin

Back in August of 2009 we released a post digging into the science of cranes, their components and how everything works together. We decided it was time for an update, but you can still see the former boom crane post here: https://www.klclutch.com/cranes/science-behind-boom-cranes/

The Parts of A Crane

A quick look at crane terminology.

  • Crane Parts and Anatomy - K&L Clutch and TransmissionThe Boom: The boom of a crane is the long, telescopic, or fixed, arm that is used to move objects.
  • The Counterweights: The counterweights are stabilizers placed near the cab’s exterior that prevent the crane from becoming unbalanced when lifting heavy loads.
  • The Jib: The jib is the lattice-like structure that gives the boom the freedom to extend.
  • The Rotex Gear: The Rotex gear affords the crane the ability to rotate its apparatus, thereby better enabling it to do its job from awkward standpoints. Hook rollers are also used in some crane applications.

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Three Things to Know About Hydraulic Torque Converters

Jun 13, 12 • Torque ConvertersComments Off on Three Things to Know About Hydraulic Torque Converters

Here at K&L Clutch & Transmission, we make it our business to supply you with the highest-quality torque converters for industrial machinery, including:

But it’s also our mission to supply information and understanding about our products to better help you choose which hydraulic torque converters best fit your needs.

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Allison Torque Converter Parts and Service Manuals

Here at K&L Clutch & Transmission, we pride ourselves deeply on the unmatched level of clutch and transmission service and maintenance we provide. Our industry-leading technicians and engineers are constantly pioneering new, better ways to improve part repair and replacement turnaround time in order to better help our customers keep their projects up and running.

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America’s Energy Boom, By the Numbers

Apr 24, 12 • Industrial Mechanical Parts, Industrial Product ServiceComments Off on America’s Energy Boom, By the Numbers

There are no ifs, ands or buts about it — the United States is undergoing an enormous energy boom.

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America as a Net Energy Exporter? We’ll Help You Be Ready

Industrial Parts and Transmission Components for Energy ExportersThe United States consumes more energy than any other country on the planet. So the U.S. Department of Energy announcement that the U.S. actually exported more fuel in 2011 than it imported was striking — and very, very welcome.

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Prepare Your Heavy Equipment for Building Season with K&L Clutch & Transmission

Feb 6, 12 • News, UncategorizedComments Off on Prepare Your Heavy Equipment for Building Season with K&L Clutch & Transmission

Industrial Machinery Parts and Field Services | K&L Clutch and TransmissionThe spring and summer building seasons are just around the corner, which means now is a great time to make sure your company’s heavy equipment will be ready when it does.

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International Industrial Power Supply and Repairs Made Simple

Jan 4, 12 • Industrial Mechanical Parts, Industrial Product ServiceComments Off on International Industrial Power Supply and Repairs Made Simple

International business can be lucrative, but the logistics of getting the parts and repairs needed to satisfy your industrial power requirements and getting them quickly is not easy when abroad. Every country has their own set of importing hurdles and cultural challenges. Companies operating abroad therefore have to rely on experienced, international-savvy suppliers to keep their projects on track and profitable.

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Understanding Crane Anatomy

Nov 8, 11 • Cranes2 Comments

Heavy industrial cranes are filled with complicated, cutting edge machines and complicated, state-of-the-art parts, but at their core cranes are very simple machines. They leverage several basic laws of physics to make extraordinarily difficult tasks like lifting enormously heavy objects easy.

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