At Regal Rexnord, we foster a culture of comprehensive responsibility. The ways we do business, the people we employ, the environment around us, and the communities in which we live and work all play important roles in how we behave as a company. In practice, this means constantly evaluating our actions through the triple bottom line perspective of People, Planet and Profit. Doing so challenges us to develop long-term strategies for sustained growth and value.


Freedom of Movement: The Modular Roller Top Transfer and Diverting Station

The modular roller top belt was designed to solve a range of increasingly challenging transfer and diverting problems complicating operations in distribution centers, particularly retail e-commerce distribution.

Making the Grade with HVAC System Upgrade

Thousands of U.S. schools have figured out ways to invest in energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements, demonstrating that smart energy choices can have lasting benefits for their students, their communities and the environment.

Motor Programming Made Easy

The Genteq® Brand revolutionized the motor industry with the OEM ECM in 1987, the retrofit ECM in 2007, and now the wireless field programmer for retrofit indoor ECM blower motors.

Regal Rexnord Charitable Foundation

At Regal Rexnord, we are committed to creating a better tomorrow by strengthening the communities where our associates live and work. To amplify this commitment, we have proudly established a Charitable Foundation paired with a Charity Advisory Board, made up of Regal Rexnord associates, to actively ensure the organization is monetarily lending a hand to the charities in our community and leaving our footprint on the communities where our associates live and work.

Regal Rexnord Sustainability Reports

Learn how we’re living our sustainability promise every day, and creating a better tomorrow for the world around us.

Simulation-Based Noise Estimation for Cooling Fan Designs

Regal Rexnord needed to develop a simulation-based method of estimating noise levels for their electric motors due to changes in cooling fan design. Previously, physical testing was used to predict the noise levels.