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March 29, 2017
GGB Global Product Manager, Jonathan Checketts, will make a presentation on the usage of plain bearings in manual, automatic and dual-clutch transmissions at the 2017 Auto Tech Review (ATR) Transmission Tech Conference on Tuesday, April 11, at The Park Hotel in New Delhi, India. The presentation will be made during Session 1, which begins at 10 a.m.
The presentation will highlight the differences in the structure and composition of GGB’s DP4®, DP31 and DTS10®, self-lubricating, metal-polymer plain bearings as well as EP® engineered plastics and AuGlide™ bimetal lead-free bearings.
Details of the benefits and advantages of these products in various applications such as shifting towers and shifter forks, solenoids, gerotor gear pumps, planetary gear sets and carriers and other applications will be explained.
Sponsored by Auto Tech Review magazine, India’s first and only automotive magazine with a core focus on technology, the Transmission Tech 2017 conference is an opportunity for engineering professionals from the Indian and global automotive industries to foster open debate and discussion on recent developments in passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle transmission technologies, analyze global trends and understand new developments in modern transmissions.
For more information, please contact Jonathan.Checketts@ggbearings.com or email@example.com.
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