SKF Adds Wheel End Training Videos To Skfpartsinfo.tv

SKF Adds Wheel End Training Videos To Skfpartsinfo.tv

SKF has expanded its YouTube channel to include heavy-duty wheel end training videos designed around the SKF Trouble-Free Operation (TFO) Program, which provides a proven systems approach to proper wheel end maintenance.

SKF has expanded its YouTube channel (www.skfpartsinfo.tv) to include heavy-duty wheel end training videos designed around the SKF Trouble-Free Operation (TFO) Program, which provides a proven systems approach to proper wheel end maintenance. The new heavy-duty wheel end training videos showcase the proper wheel end maintenance needed to achieve longer service life, prevent costly damage and increase fleet safety as detailed in the SKF TFO wheel end maintenance guide (457975).

Divided into seven short chapters, the heavy-duty wheel end training videos act as an e-learning course for SKF TFO, covering everything from handling and inspection to removal and installation of wheel end components. The videos also review SKF premium wheel end products, and how proper use and maintenance of those products can lead to a more profitable fleet. At the end of each video, a short quiz recaps the video’s key points.

“The heavy-duty wheel end training videos bring the SKF TFO wheel end maintenance guide pages to life in an easy-to-follow video format showcasing detailed graphics, product overview information and how-to information for all aspects of wheel end maintenance,” said Brian Jungmann, marketing communications project leader, SKF. “We are pleased to offer these new training videos through the new YouTube Channel.”

Additionally, www.skfpartsinfo.tv features a new automotive training playlist covering automotive bearings and seals.

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