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The Fenner Power Transmission portfolio offers the most comprehensive package of PT accessories on the market, according to Motion Australia’s Product Manager for Chain and Ironware, Troy Markland. “Particularly in the mining and quarrying segment— where there are high-speed driven applications that rely on the integrity...

Fluid transfer applications require sturdy and reliable Power Transmission (PT) components to perform efficiently. A good PT solution for fluid transfer can boost uptime and protect the integrity of the matter that a pump contains, whether that is oil, water or gas. Enter BSC Product Manager Troy Markland — who has been managing a substantial portfolio of Power Transmission products for...

BSC Product Manager Troy Markland has become a Power Transmission connoisseur — managing a substantial portfolio of chain, pulleys, taper locks, sprockets, and ironware that will see a product from harvest, to processing, to the shelf of a local supermarket. Australian agriculture is in unprecedented times, according to Troy. A robust harvest season has seen an increase in demand for power transmission products, impaired by the overseas logistical challenges and shortages...

BSC Product Manager for Drive Systems and Power Transmission, Troy Markland, says with Fenner under his belt, the future of manufacturing is looking alive — and fast. “Technological advancements in the industrial landscape have come ahead in leaps and bounds,” says Troy. “More and more, factories are looking to...

Kew Agriculture Engineering is a family-owned and operated business that can be found nestled in McLaren Vale countryside, as part of the coastal wellspring that is the Fleurieu agriculture and wine region.  With the vast number of wine producers in the Fleurieu there is a...

Since designing their very first Robmac harvester over 20 years ago, Alstonville-based Roberts Machinery have been working closely with the BSC Lismore branch to source reliable components for their machines. Fenner sprockets, taper lock bushes and chains are particularly favoured by Manager David Eggins, as he uses them in the Robmac machines and augers.  READ MORE...