Kaydon Bearings and Cooper Bearings to Exhibit at MINExpo

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Kaydon Corporation Bearings Division and Cooper Bearings will host a joint exhibit at MINExpo® 2012, booth #25037, September 24–26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Kaydon Corporation Bearings Division and Cooper Bearings will host a joint exhibit at MINExpo® 2012, booth #25037, September 24–26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The Kaydon/Cooper booth will feature samples of Kaydon slewing ring bearing solutions which are specified by some of the world's top surface mining operators and equipment OEMs. With diameters of up to 6.1 m (240"), Kaydon slewing bearings are ideal for shovels, hydraulic excavators, stacker reclaimers, overburden spreaders, and other mining equipment. The booth will also showcase Cooper split-to-the-shaft bearings. Cooper Bearings are widely used on mining motors, generators, gearboxes, stacker reclaimers, conveyors, ventilation fans, winding gears, and large surface mining equipment.

Kaydon also provides bearing repair and replacement for large slewing ring bearings. Any OEM's bearing can be remanufactured or replaced while saving mine operators up to 60% off the price of an OEM replacement.

Kaydon Bearings invented the thin section bearing, and Kaydon infinite® expertise has made the company the world's leading designer and manufacturer of slewing ring and thin section bearings. Cooper Bearings invented the split-to-the-shaft bearing and is expert in the design and manufacture of specialized bearings. Both companies are divisions of Kaydon Corporation.

MINExpo is widely recognized as the premier exposition of mining equipment and services in the world, featuring a wide range of new-product introductions and exhibits of some of the largest mining equipment. For more information, visit http://www.minexpo.com.

Kaydon Corporation is a leading designer and manufacturer of custom-engineered, performance-critical products, supplying a broad and diverse group of alternative-energy, mining, military, industrial, aerospace, medical and electronic equipment, and aftermarket customers.

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