KDM Headquartered in Mumbai, the company was incorporated in 2009. It has its manufacturing plant in Rajkot with more than 200 employees working.
KDM Bearings is run by professionals with over 27 years of experience in the bearing industry.
Much of KDM’s success as a bearing manufacturer is largely due to its passionate pursuit of quality at a lower cost. With a tremendous focus on manufacturing quality bearings and restrains on cost, it comes as no surprise that KDM Bearings is among India’s prominent companies. Headquartered in Mumbai, the company was incorporated in 2009. It has its manufacturing plant in Rajkot with more than 200 employees working. KDM Bearings is run by professionals with over 27 years of experience in the bearing industry. Within a short duration since its inception, the company has carved a niche for itself in various segments ranging from automobiles industry, paper industry, tiles industry, household industry & industrial machinery.
Since 1992, we are well known Manufacturer and Supplier of Bearings, Clutch, Industrial Grease, Universal Joint Cross etc. KDM Corporation Inc. is well known for the best quality products and service in Asia.
Bearings are mechanical assemblies that consist of rolling elements and usually inner and outer races which are used for rotating or linear shaft applications, and there are several different types of bearings, including ball and roller bearings, linear bearings, as well as mounted versions that may use either rolling element bearings or plain bearings.
The clutch disc is basically a steel plate, covered with a frictional material that goes between the flywheel and the pressure plate. In the center of the disc is the hub, which is designed to fit over the spines of the input shaft of the transmission. When the clutch is engaged, the disc is "squeezed" between the flywheel and pressure plate, and power from the engine is transmitted by the disc's hub to the input shaft of the transmission.
Many different types of base oil may be used in the manufacture of grease, including petroleum (naphthenic, paraffinic) and synthetic (PAOs, esters, silicones, glycols). Just as with motor oils and transmission fluids, the viscosity of the base oil is the most significant property. A lighter, lower-viscosity base oil is used to formulate low-temperature greases, while a heavier, higher-viscosity base oil is used to formulate high-temperature greases.
A universal joint is a positive, mechanical connection between rotating shafts, which are usually not parallel but intersecting. They are used to transmit motion, power, or both.
The simplest and most common type is called the Cardan joint or Hooke joint.