REDwire Rapid Gear tackles tough challenges in aggregate industries

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Many organizations in the aggregate sector turn to Rapid Gear when they have leaking seals and gearboxes that need to be repaired or replaced.

Companies in the aggregate sector rely on Rapid Gear for its expertise in the rebuilding, maintenance and replacement of gearboxes. The company has earned a reputation in this industry for its design, engineering and machining capabilities, as well as its superior service. 

Industry expertise

Companies in aggregate industries are faced with many challenges. They often operate in environments with an abundance of powder and dust, which can clog and grind away at seals and bearings. The machinery in this sector is also subject to constant speed changes that create uneven wear and additional stresses on gearboxes, and high temperatures, which can break down lubricants and seals, and reduce bearing life.

These companies need a partner they can rely on to tackle these challenges, and Rapid Gear is the ideal choice. Many organizations in the aggregate sector turn to Rapid Gear when they have leaking seals and gearboxes that need to be repaired or replaced, as well as input cartridge bearings and seals that need to be replaced. The company also offers onsite inspection of gearing for added convenience.

40-plus years of experience

Rapid Gear has been at the forefront of building and designing individual gears, gearboxes and special purpose machinery since 1976. The company operates out of a 40,000-square-foot manufacturing facility with world-class equipment and capabilities. Its central location in Kitchener, Ont., gives it direct access to major highways, international airports and seaports, enabling it to meet its customers’ needs quickly.

Rapid Gear has been a member of the AGMA (American Gear Manufacturers Association) since 1988, is ISO 9001:2008 certified, and holds an active Canadian Controlled Goods certificate.

To learn more about how it can help companies in aggregate industries across Canada, contact Rapid Gear

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