CHICAGO—A definitive reference for the power transmission and motion control industry, the Power Transmission Distributors Association Handbook and Workbook, is available.
In its sixth edition, the PTDA's handbook and workbook is written by industry experts and free of branding, allowing the practical and academic materials to cover topics free of distraction.
The publication has 400 pages and 17 chapters, according to the PTDA, and features charts, diagrams, drawings and photos to help develop product knowledge and application skills.
Specific topics include products and technologies and their uses; maintenance and diagnostic tips; and basic application and selection criteria.
The handbook is available in print or digital copies. Individual chapters also are available in a .pdf format.
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Chicago-based PTDA represents power transmission and motion control distribution firms that generate more than $16 billion in sales at 2,500 locations.