Test Rigs & Industrial Machinery
Process efficiency, safe operations and automation are the corner stone of profitability in the test rig & industrial machinery industry.
We offer one point of contact to assist with short or long term project planning. Our experienced team can lower the cost and offers a higher ROI in key areas such as design, materials, applications, controls and monitoring.
Reliable products are a must and with more than 100 years’ experience in providing harden solutions to customer’s requirements so that you can be assured that dependability is built into every product we provide.
Test Rigs & Industrial Machinery Solutions
At the heart of a converting operation is the slitter machine, whereby rolls of paper are cut into smaller more commercially viable product. The paper passes through the slitter that contains knives or lasers that slits the paper before being rewound on one or more shafts. These machine require a high level of automation and operate at extremely high speeds.Learn More
Test Rigs & Industrial Machinery Literature & Training
- NEMA MG1-2006
- EISA/NEMA Premium®
- Underwriters Laboratories
- Canadian Standards Association
- CE Mark
Test Rigs & Industrial Machinery Reference List
Regal manufactures high quality motors, control and power transmission products for a myriad of industries and applications. From high efficiency variable speed and custom motors that offer high performance. Our drives and controls are “Performance Matched” to operate seamlessly with our motors. The reliability of our power transmission products guarantee years of trouble free performance in the most demanding applications.
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|Drives & Starters||Construction||Crane||Industrial Furnaces||Mining||Rolling Mills||Service Industry||Test Stands||Textile||Transportation||Welding||Woodworking|
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|Components||Construction||Crane||Industrial Furnaces||Mining||Rolling Mills||Service Industry||Test Stands||Textile||Transportation||Welding||Woodworking|
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|Power Transmission||Construction||Crane||Industrial Furnaces||Mining||Rolling Mills||Service Industry||Test Stands||Textile||Transportation||Welding||Woodworking|
United States Industry Overview
The industrial machinery manufacturing industry is not quite a single industry, but rather a collection of distinct industries that produce industrial machinery for their respective downstream manufacturing industries. Demand hinges on activity in discrete downstream markets, as downstream manufacturers purchase machinery in response to domestic and international consumer demand for their products. While the overall volume of industrial production and the value of the dollar affect the industry as a whole, the degree of impact varies for each industry segment.
Over the five years to 2021, industry revenue growth is expected to follow broader consumer spending growth, as the level of disposable income per capita continues to rise and unemployment continues to fall. Increases in spending levels will flow up the supply chain to encourage manufacturing activity, boosting demand for machinery from manufacturers seeking to expand capacity.
Industrial Production Index
The composite nature of this industry makes it difficult to isolate any specific factor that affects demand for industry products. The industrial production index serves as a macro-level indicator of manufacturing in the United States. As the volume of industrial production contracts, demand for manufacturing products does as well. Likewise, as the volume of industrial production rises, so does demand for industrial machinery.