Dana Showcases GWB Driveshaft Solutions for Scrap Recycling Equipment at ISRI 2013 Convention and Exhibition


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ORLANDO, FL--April 9, 2013: Dana Holding Corporation will present the company's broad range of GWB industrial driveshaft solutions at the Institute for Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) 2013 Convention and Exhibition, the world's largest meeting of scrap recyclers.

GWB driveshafts are used in shredding equipment with motors ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 horsepower, and each one is custom-made by following a rigorous specification process that ensures a precise fit and long life.

A unique split-bearing design is featured on GWB driveshafts for the scrap industry. This facilitates easier access for maintenance and increases service life. Compact dimensions allow for maximum torque transmission capacities while sustaining the tremendous forces associated with rapid acceleration and deceleration.

"Spurred by demand from a recovering U.S. economy and thriving development of Asian infrastructure, the ferrous and nonferrous scrap recycling industry continues to grow," said Aziz Aghili, president of Dana Off-Highway Driveline Technologies.  "With a longstanding commitment to the marketplace and more than 60 years of experience, Dana supports our customers' sustainability efforts with innovative heavy- and super-heavy-duty driveshafts with custom capabilities and a strong distribution network."

Dana is located in booth 1105 at the ISRI 2013 Convention and Exhibition, and more information on GWB industrial driveshaft solutions is available at GWB Driveshaft .

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