Emerson Bearing, a Boston based bearing company catering to OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operations) markets throughout the U.S., recently announced the launch of the third generation of their website, EmersonBearing.com. The new site features the company’s full product catalog which also serves as a handy reference tool and a “Technical Toolbox” chock full of technical definitions, conversion charts and a diagnostic program for bearing failure.
The new online catalog enables visitors to quickly find what they need and check if a particular bearing or other part is in stock. Searches can be done by category or part number and there are visuals and specs for every bearing in the catalog. Customers can use the “Click to Call” feature to place their order with or question Emerson’s knowledgeable staff. Additionally, the online catalog may be downloaded to the customer’s computer and used as a super-handy desktop reference tool for all bearings and related products.
The new online catalog enables visitors to quickly find what they need and check if a particular bearing or other part is a stock item. Searches can be done by product category or part number. The online catalog serves as a super handy desktop reference tool by providing technical drawings, specs with load ratings, and the ability to compare parts side by side. This is all available for download with no password required. This new catalog features an expanded range of products from 3mm miniature bearings to 12” bore split spherical roller bearings and Oil Seals.
The site also features an ‘Industry Solutions’ section where the customer can find products and information for 16 of the major markets they serve nationwide
Bearing failure analysis can be quickly performed in-house with the help of Emerson Bearing’s online Failure Analysis diagnostic program found in the Technical Toolbox. Customers can now go online, identify the problem they are having with their bearing; determine why it failed and how to correct it.
Also within the Technical Toolbox page are dimensional and conversion charts.
Need to compare the load carrying ability of different types of bearings? Looking for inch, decimal and metric conversion? Visitors to Emersonbearing.com will be able to obtain all the necessary technical data and engineering information.
For those who are unable to read the numbers on an old bearing, Emerson Bearing offers an online “Bearing Detective” program that asks all the right questions and then tracks down the bearing that is required.
“Our sleek, new sophisticated website is easier to use than ever and includes our unique ‘Failure Analysis’ diagnostic program and our intelligent ‘Bearing Detective’ program. Customers will find our online catalog of more than 3 million bearings and related parts very user friendly and they can actually download and save it to their desktop to use as a reference. We’ve also made it easier than ever for engineers to find what they need by providing spec sheets and conversion charts,” explained Steve Katz, CEO of Emerson Bearing. He continued, “We invested thousands of dollars and nearly two years in the development of our new website and it is easily one of the most comprehensive sites for bearings.”
The Emerson Bearing Difference
In a proud tradition, the same families that started the company in 1957 keep Emerson Bearing rolling by specializing in bearings for OEM and MRO markets across the country. Emerson Bearing has a staff of 22 and a 23,000 square foot facility to provide bearings ranging in size from 3mm to tunnel-boring 15-foot-diameter giants.
Emerson Bearing offers customers a one-stop shopping experience. With an online product catalog with over 3 million bearings; a vast inventory of bearings; worldwide sourcing; a fixed price program; a knowledgeable staff dedicated to delivering; same day shipping and 24/7 service, Emerson Bearing has become the leading provider of bearings to OEM and MRO markets in the U.S.
Emerson Bearing maintains headquarters at 201 Brighton Ave. Boston, MA. For more information, contact 617-782-1400 or toll free, 800-225-4587 or visit