Altra Updates Multilingual Online Portal

MaritimeEquipment.com
Friday, November 01, 2013

Altra Industrial Motion announced it has added new enhancements and content to their literature portal.

 

Altra is a multinational designer, producer and marketer of a wide range of mechanical power transmission products sold in over 70 countries throughout the world. International visitors can now view the site in various languages including Chinese, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian and English.


An resource for engineers and technical professionals, the portal contains links to literature available from all Altra brands including catalogs, brochures, line cards, application profiles, magazine articles and service manuals.

 

PDF files of any literature item can be easily downloaded for fast viewing. PDFs of many literature pieces are available for download in several languages including German. Hard copies of all literature can be ordered by using the integrated “Shopping Cart” application.

 

Users can search for literature by brand, product family, market, literature P-number or description. There are currently 21 industry-leading Altra brands including Ameridrives Couplings, Bauer Gear Motors, Warner Electric, Marland Clutch, Boston Gear, Warner Linear,  Nuttall Gear, Bibby Turboflex and Wichita Clutch.


Product families include electromagnetic clutches and brakes, engineered belted drives, flexible couplings, geared motors, heavy-duty clutches and brakes, gearing, linear actuators, locking devices, universal joints and PT components.


Altra companies provide power transmission products for use in a wide variety of heavy industrial and high-volume manufacturing processes, where their reliability and accuracy are critical in both avoiding costly down time and enhancing the overall operational efficiency.


Markets served include mining, oil and gas, metals, food & beverage, packaging, wastewater, elevator, crane and hoist, forklift, aerospace and defense, farm and agriculture, renewable energy and mobile off-highway.
 

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