Mbp Bearings: Spherical Roller Bearings india

A spherical bearing is a bearing that permits angular rotation about a central point in two orthogonal directions (usually within a specified angular limit based on the bearing geometry). Typically these bearings support a rotating shaft in the [bore] of the inner ring that must move not only rotationally, but also at an angle.
Spherical bearings can be of a hydrostatic or mechanical construction. A spherical bearing by itself consists of an outer ring and an inner ring and a locking feature that makes the inner ring captive within the outer ring in the axial direction only. The outer surface of the inner ring and the inner surface of the outer ring are spherical and are collectively considered the raceway and they slide against each other, either with a lubricant, a maintenance-free or they incorporate a rolling element such as a race of ball-bearings, allowing lower friction. Spherical bearings are used in countless applications, wherever rotational motion must be allowed to change the alignment of its rotation axis.

About Mbp-Bearings
MBP BEARING is eminent manufacturer of a range of high-quality anti-friction Bearings. Our company maintains high standards of efficiency and assure clients that the offered products are highly dependable. For us, quality has always been an integral part and culture of our organization and stringent efforts are made to ensure that the customers get value for their money.Our Plant is certified to ISO 9001:2008. Moreover, we are backed by the services of experienced and highly skilled technocrats belonging to the field of manufacturing bearings, who use sophisticated modern Machinery & Equipment.


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How to Reinvent your Career

If you work long enough, something along the way will probably happen to you. You will work with a co-worker who drives you crazy, a boss that doesn’t get you, or an employee that keeps you up at night.

It’s all a part of the working world.

At other times, things will happen to you that will throw you for a loop. Your job is eliminated. You are fired without reason. Your industry goes away. This is when it’s important to take stock in who are you, what you want out of life, and where you want to go next.

So, how do you get yourself back on track; find your passion and purpose again, and reinvent the next phase of your career? You soul-search and ask lots of questions.

Here where you begin:

You Make Time To Think

Reinvention cannot happen without thought.

A clear picture of where you want to go next cannot come to you unless you create time to think about it. This time is what will allow you to get in touch with yourself and your priorities.

One of the main reasons your off track right now, is because you’ve been “busy,” too busy to make time for you. This does not mean that you have to allocate days or weeks of thought to nothing else; BUT regularly taking an hour here and there will make a tremendous difference.

Ask yourself, “When will I make time to think about what I want?” Notice that I am not saying to ask yourself whether you will find time, but rather when you will make the time. It is essential to be assertive with yourself.

Once you have made the time, find a quiet place. Sit down and take deep breaths, as many as you need to instill a sense of calmness. Your mind will want to wander, but you must bring yourself back. Remind yourself why you are doing this. You want something better in your career. Focus on the importance of this to your career, and channel your thoughts in this direction.

You Ask Yourself What You Want

Reinvention happens when you decide what you want, and then take action to get it. Without an end in mind, you will wander aimlessly; and as long as you are aimless, you will be wasting time. You will feel lost. You will be like a stray leaf, going wherever the wind takes you.


Ask yourself the following questions:

If it was impossible to fail, what would be different in my career?
What type of job would I have?
What would I be responsible for?
What type of boss/co-workers/team would I have?
What kind of hours would I work?
What type of company would I work for?
What sort of culture would the company have?
What city would I live in?
How much money would I make?
How would I handle stress, my workload, and deadlines?
How would I successfully be balancing work and life?

There is no right or wrong answers to these questions. The answers are what are true for you-not what someone else wants for you, but what is in your heart. Listen to yourself, and your answers will be the perfect ones for you.

In addition, don’t let past mistakes or choices cloud your answers. It’s not too late for you.

You Turn What You Want Into A Vision For Your Career

A vision is a picture of where you see yourself in the future. Your picture can describe where you want to be in a day, a week, a month, a year, or even farther into the future.

All goals are reached in the mind first. You see yourself both achieving that goal and experiencing the satisfaction it will bring you once you are there. This picture is what will help you to persevere during times of doubt. It will help you with your reinvention. Your picture will give you purpose, power, and excitement. Your picture will give you a reason to get out of bed every day.

Here’s an example of a vision:

I will have a career that energizes me. I will work for a company that cares about its people and be responsible for projects that make a difference. I will be paid well for my contributions. I will have a great relationship with my boss, co-workers, and staff, and work with supportive people. I will work in a location with plenty of sunshine, for no more than eight hours a day. I will commute no more than a half-hour each way. I will feel calm when everyone around me is stressed and I will wake up every morning looking forward to the day.

Remember, reinvention is a journey. One day you may have no idea who you are anymore, and on another day, you will be grateful for the events that have transpired in your life because you have become a person you truly love.

So, what do you say? You only have one life to live, so it might as well be a life you love! for more info, check out avant career

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Spectacular Fall Colors Bonsai Plants In Fall

One of the things I like most about Bonsai is the fact that it is a living art. Bonsai trees change over time as well as through the seasons. Fall might just be the most spectacular time to enjoy deciduous bonsai; this is the time when leaves change color, resulting in dramatic appearances of the trees.

Bonsai artist Living Gifts (from Spain) agreed to do a series with Bonsai Empire; the seasons of Bonsai. The first edition is the Fall. Enjoy these amazing photos!

Acer Palmatum “deshojo” Japanese maple
Country of origin: Japan. Hiroshi Takeyama. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai Collection since 1991.

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Acer Buergerianum (Miq) Trident maple
Country of origin: Japan. It was the tree exhibit in the tokonoma in 1991 when the ex-prime minister Felipe Gonzalez visit Mansei-en. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai Collection since 1993.
Diospyros virginiana (L) American persimmon
Country of origin: Japan. Toru Suzuki. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai Collection since 1996.
Zelkova serrata (Thunb) Japanese zelkova
Country of origin: Japan. A present from the Nobel prize Gabriel García Márquez to the ex-prime minister Felipe Gonzalez in 1990. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai collection since 1996.

Ginkgo biloba(L) Ginkgo.
Country of origin: Japan.Hiroshi Terakawa. A present from Living Gifts to the ex-prime minister Felipe Gonzalez. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai Plant Collection since 1996.

Heart Full Sweets
Fagus crenata (Blume) Japanese beech
Country of origin: Japan. Mansei-en, Saburo Kato. First prize deciduous tree, Noelanders Trophy XIV 2013. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai Collection since 2007.
Crataegus cuneata (Tourn) Japanese hawthorn
Country of origin: Japan. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai Collection since 2012.
Autumn shot
Closeup on a Bonsai forest. It belong to Living Gifts Bonsai Plant Collection.

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Carpet: Essential Ornaments For Your Floors

The outlook of a space sometimes solely depends on the way it is decorated – properly placed accessories give the space a nice welcoming vibe. Whether it’s a house or an office, apart from the furniture, some elements are needed to bring life to the space.

Vases, show pieces and flowers are an absolute must. We tend to always take care of decorating the nooks and the corners of a space, which results in the most ignored part being the floor. A room feels incomplete without a nice carpet complementing the curtains and the wall-hangings.

There is a system of covering the entire floor space with carpets, which is widely done in the West. But it is not wise to get into that trend as Bangladeshi weather does not support having fully carpeted floors. The humidity and the summer would just not allow it. Hence it is smart to pick certain areas to place carpets or rugs on, for example, in the living space, or the sitting room, or in front of the bedroom door.

Carpets are not only necessary for decoration, but they also make the floor comfortable to walk on, especially during winter mornings. If placed on the side of the bed, waking up and putting your feet on the warm carpet would be pure bliss on those chilly mornings.



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There are various types of carpets found in the Bangladeshi market. There are always the imported ones, but the carpets made by our industry look the most comfortable and homely.

Bangladesh is known famously for jute carpets. There are various companies which produce carpets made from jute, like the Bengal Carpet Ltd and Ismail Carpet Industries, to name a few. There are various stores around the city where carpets can be bought or ordered for buying. In areas like Elephant Road, there are a lot of shops available, and there is a large variety of options and designs to choose from, as well as colours and patterns of various types.

Carpets are sort of a necessary item for your floor. It is an affordable accessory for the floor which almost anyone can purchase. The small rugs start from as low asTk400 and the prices go up according to the size and the quality. The proprietor of Mishu Carpets Ltd in Elephant Road stated that their jute carpets are priced per yard, and their price starts from Tk130 per yard.

It is always wise to choose carpets keeping in mind the décor of the room the carpet is going to be placed in. Going for contrasting coloured carpets is not always a good idea, but then again if the room in question is big and has enough open space, you can always play with some colours.

Any coloured carpet actually looks nice if it is teamed up nicely with the other elements of the room. For example, for the living space, one can choose the carpet keeping in mind the colour and the prints of the sofa and the curtains so that a nice symmetry is created. For the bedroom, the curtains and the carpet should be in sync, contrasting colours like maroon and yellow would definitely not look nice.

Keeping the floors bare and empty does not always look pleasant. Carpets add some colour and design to the floor giving the entire place a nice vibe. Use carpets to adorn the floors and make them unique.

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Google wants new emojis to represent professional women

Google wants new emojis to represent professional women



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Giant king statues in Hua Hin, Thailand is finished

The army has finished installing the last of
seven giant statues of famed Thai kings in Hua
Hin, with a bronze statue of King Chulalongkorn
the last to be erected on Sunday.


The army has finished installing the seven giant
statues of famed Thai kings at Ratchapakdi Park
in Hua Hin district of Prachuap Khiri Khan.

The statue of King Chulalongkorn is erected at
Ratchapakdi Park on Sunday. (Photo by
Pattarapong Chatpattarasill)
A bronze statue of King Chulalongkorn, which was
transported from a casting factory in Bangkok,
was the last to be erected in the new park, now
under construction, on Sunday. The other statues
are of King Ramkhamhaeng the Great, King
Naresuan the Great, King Narai the Great, King
Taksin the Great, King Buddha Yodfa Chulalok the
Great, and King Mongkut.

After the installation, artists from six casting
factories in Nakhon Pathom, Lop Buri, Ayutthaya,
Pathum Thani and Bangkok, where the statues were
made, will decorate the 13.9-metre-tall and
six-metre-wide images.

Giant king statues in Hua Hin, Thailand is finished

Giant king statues in Hua Hin, Thailand is finished

A religious ceremony presided over by Prime
Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will be held on Aug

The park, located on 222 rai in an army compound
near the Klai Kangwon Palace, is intended to
demonstrate people’s loyalty to the royal

The 700-million-baht park will also function as
a venue for civic occasions, a tourist
attraction and a place for public education on
Thai history. A 91-rai area is designated for
important ceremonies, a museum and an exhibition
centre under the kings’ statues to display the
profiles and contributions of all former

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Aamir Khan reveals his biggest birthday wish

Aamir Khan turns 51 today and the Bollywood actor shows no signs of stopping, till now. He is delivering hits at the Box office and has been garnering praises for him performance in them. His last film PK was a blockbuster and has crossed the 300 crore mark in the international market. The actor is currently working on sports biopic, Dangal, currently and the movie is slated to hit the silver screens by Christmas 2016.
The actor is celebrating his birthday with the media this year. In an interaction with the journalists, the actor revealed his biggest birthday wish. Yes, Aamir states that he hopes to buy their ancestral home in Benaras for his mother. His exact words were “My biggest wish today is that if I could buy my mother her ancestral home in Benaras.
Aamir Khan had put on a lot of weight to prepare for his role as Mahavir Phogat in Dangal. He was nearly 100 kgs and found it difficult to tie his shoe lace as well. However, now Aamir is planning to shed his extra kilos and is following an intense regimen for the same.


Here is what Mr Perfectionist had revealed about his blown-up physic last year, “I am 95 kg right now and that’s enough for the character. My breathing has changed, when I tie my laces, my stomach comes in between. After 20 seconds, I have to (take a long) breath. My mom and my wife are very worried about my health as they feel I am playing with my health. Even I feel the same. By December (2015), we will finish the shooting, and in the next five months I will lose weight and then have one more schedule in the month of June, where my character is young. When the film will come to an end, I will be back to the PK look.”


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