Emerson Bearing adds wastewater treatment division

Feb. 12, 2014

BOSTON — The new division will provide support to wastewater treatment facilities in choosing the best selection of ball bearings.

BOSTON — Emerson Bearing, a Boston-based bearing company catering to OEM and MRO markets, recently launched a new division to supply bearings and related products to the wastewater treatment industry, according to a press release.

“When you talk about wastewater treatment plants, in many cases, you are talking about facilities that are built, operated and maintained with taxpayer dollars. So keeping these plants running smoothly and efficiently depends greatly on using the right parts and timely replacement of those parts,” said Steve Katz, president of Emerson Bearing Inc. “With this new division, we can provide the support to wastewater treatment facilities they need to make the best selection of ball bearings to keep things running smoothly.”

For companies specializing in wastewater treatment equipment visit our Buyer’s Guide.

Emerson Bearing's offerings include chrome, stainless steel and engineered thermoplastic components and worldwide sourcing provides products at several price points, the release reported, to keep pumps, drives and valves in a water treatment plant working efficiently.

As part of the new division, wastewater treatment customers have access to industry specialists for recommendations on the right bearing, noted the release.

Emerson Bearing Marketing Specialist Mike Quinn is responsible for the wastewater treatment division, continued the release, and is available at [email protected].

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