Miba sintered parts are high-precision, high-strength components. They are used in car engines, transmissions, steering systems, brakes and shock absorbers.
Miba friction materials dictate the performance of clutches and brakes. They are used in construction equipment, tractors, trucks, high-speed trains, motorcycles, passenger vehicles, aircraft and wind power plants.
Miba engine bearings are used in connecting rods, crankshafts and camshafts in the diesel and gas engines of heavy-duty commercial vehicles, locomotives, power plants and ships.
Miba coatings are used in components for engines, transmissions and in other highly sophisticated applications. They improve performance and energy efficiency which also reduces costs.
Miba resistors and heat sinks for power electronics are a key to more efficient power trains as well as to the most resource-friendly and effective use of renewable sources of energy.
Miba special machinery leads in engine bearing technology, robotics and automation, and in stationary and mobile machining of very large components used mainly in the construction of power plants.