16 Aug 14

Sujyoti India (P.) Ltd. successfully executed the supply of Slewing Ring bearing to Steel Authority of India Ltd., (SAIL) on 16th August 2014. With a diameter of 5.5 m and weight above 9000 kg, this is the biggest SKF bearing supplied to any Indian customer.

The bearing will be used in the Ladle Turret of Steel Melting Shop at SAIL’s Bokaro Steel Plant. This bearing plays a vital role in the operation of Ladle Turret as the failure of the bearing results into huge losses worth crores of rupees to Steel Authority of India Ltd

Sujyoti had earlier also supplied the same bearing to Steel Authority of India Ltd., in the year 2006. Getting a repeat order from the customer for such a vital bearing shows SAIL’s confidence in the capabilities of SKF as well as Sujyoti.

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