STOBER Video Shows Why its High-Efficiency Gearboxes are Premier Food and Beverage Manufacturing Solutions

STOBER Drives, Inc., a leading provider of high-quality gearboxes with more than 80 years of gearing experience, has released a video aimed to appeal to the food and beverage industry.

The two-minute video at http://bit.ly/1H4176w and the company website showcases the KSS, STOBER’s IP69K Certified stainless steel gearbox.

“The video is part of an ongoing campaign to help plant managers and maintenance managers learn more about STOBER solutions that can solve a number of common manufacturing and production line issues,” said Mike Mitchell, business development manager at STOBER. “The video’s enhanced content includes an overview of STOBER products, all of which can be assembled and shipped in one day.”

The 3D animation provides an in-depth look at what makes STOBER’s gearboxes more durable in harsh environments. STOBER’s products can withstand high pressures, deep cleaning, extreme temperatures, and other rigorous conditions in food and beverage production, said Mitchell.

“Our high efficiency, tough gearboxes will save manufacturers money,” he added, “as costly downtime and maintenance is eliminated.”

STOBER offers a standard, three-year warranty and its products have an extended mean time to failure of more than eight years.

“At STOBER, we take pride in our personal customer service as well as our products,” said Mitchell. “We feel our food and beverage products are the gold standard for the industry.”

For more information about STOBER’s gearbox solutions, please visit www.stober.com, or call (800) 711-3588.

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