GGB’s Tribological Technology Drives the Future of Automotive Engineering

May 13, 2019

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GGB Bearing Technology to exhibit at CTI 2019

GGB is excited to share our tribological solutions for transmissions at the CTI symposium in Novi Michigan May 15th-16th. Find us at booth 66, ready to showcase our newest solutions.

GGB offers a variety of tribological solutions to meet the needs of transmission applications, including metal-polymer plain bearings, engineered plastics bushings, metal and bimetal bearings and polymer coatings. Our compact and precision-made maintenance-free plain bearings are perfectly suited to operate in boundary and hydrodynamic lubricated conditions. GGB’s bushings and washers are widely used across the automotive industry in manual transmissions MT, automated manual transmissions AMT, automatic transmissions AT, double-clutch transmissions DCT and continuously variable transmissions CVT and also in transfer cases and transaxles.

The advantages of collaborating with GGB offers automotive applications improved efficiency for reduced emissions and weight reduction for lower fuel consumption, while being a global partner who can promptly reply to your needs wherever you do business.

The US CTI Symposium is the place to get updates on the latest technology and application developments on automotive transmissions and alternative drivers. Last year the US event welcomed 750 attendees representing 20 different countries. This year topics range from electrification to hybrid vehicles and other technology driving the future of automotive drivetrain diversity.

To learn more about GGB’s transmission bushings and other transmission solutions, watch our presentation from the 2017 Transmission Tech Conference and download our Transmission bearings catalog.

For more information regarding the CTI symposium in the US and GGB’s solutions, contact marketing@ggbearings.com.

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