Posts Tagged: engineering

The Elko Shop

L&H Industrial’s recent move in January of 2018 to Elko, NV has proved to be a strong market and great location to better serve the company’s Nevada customers. Previously located in Battle Mountain, NV, the new shop better complements L&H’s rebuild capabilities and will better support expansion of operations for customers in the surrounding region…. Read more »

Excavator Expansion

Experts in Design & Engineering, Manufacturing & Repair and Field Service has been L&H Industrial’s business portfolio for many years, these service offerings have been scaled across machines and operations in a variety of industries, but L&H continues to expand offerings even more and hydraulic excavators is one of the company’s most recent market expansions…. Read more »

Maintenance Fixtures | Increasing Safety

Just as L&H focuses on safety internally, we are focused on doing the same for our customers. We know increasing safety and efficiency is important to machine maintenance and crucial our customers’ operations. L&H engineers have focused on these industry needs and designed fixtures to simplify many common maintenance hassles. These safety derived fixtures create… Read more »

New shaft design eliminates maintenance downtime for Apron Feeder in Arizona

When a customer in Arizona came to L&H to help solve failure problems with their apron feeder in their processing operations; L&H engineers knew they could design a solution for them that reduced both maintenance and downtime. The current piece of equipment was failing up to three times per year and was designed with timed… Read more »

Complete gear solutions

Large gearing has become one of L&H’s core competencies over the years and can now manufacture gears up to 6 meters in diameter with AGMA 12+ surface quality. Engineers use upgraded materials and maintenance focused designs that extend life and reduce maintenance and field technicians install the assemblies in the field; providing a whole solution… Read more »

Day in the Life – Brian Maurer & Nicolae Adam

Gear design and engineering is a complex discipline, requiring design considerations and calculations for feasibility and utility. Gear configurations and associated mating parts are essential components to a machine’s operation; furthermore, the longevity and efficiency of these components is critical to production and operations. When working on a new gear design, an example of design… Read more »