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Journals

RPM has extensive experience solving journal part wear problems. We’ve redesigned journal seal systems to mitigate premature bearing failure and minimize risk of unscheduled outages.

Rebuilt CE1003 Coal Pulverizer Journal Rebuult HP863 Coal Pulverizer Journal Rebuilt MBF 23.5 Coal Pulverizer Journal

Lower journal housings suffering from years of erosion can be sleeved and machined to proper specs.

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Below are some additional examples of journal repairs completed by RPM & Associates.

Coal Pulverizer Journal Bearing Failure
HP1103 Premature Bearing Failure
Due to Premature Seal Failure
Coal Pulverizer Journal Bearing Repaired With New Seal System
Rebuilt HP1103 Journal with New
RPM Designed Seal System
Rebuilt CE1043/1103 Journal with Customer Supplied Used Roll
Rebuilt CE1043/1103 Journal with Customer Supplied Used Roll
HP1103 Coal Pulverizer Journal Shaft Being Laser Repaired
HP1103 Journal Shaft Being
Laser Repaired
HP1103 Coal Pulverizer Journal Shaft
Repaired HP1103 Journal Shaft Waiting
For Final Machining

Journal Photo Gallery

A gallery of miscellaneous photos relating to journals is shown below.

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About RPM & Associates

About RPM and Associates

Our highly skilled team of mechanical, metallurgical, electrical, and software engineers will analyze your problem and provide a timely solution.

Rapid City, the Black Hills, and South Dakota ... Our Home

About Rapid City and the Black Hills

The Black Hills are home to one of only two herds in the world that are pure-blooded buffalo. The American buffalo population has gone from 60 million in the 15th century, to less than 1,000 in 1900, but has now climbed back up to 30,000.