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TBWoods at Abssac for 25 years

The name TB Wood’s has long been associated with quality, in both products and customer care. Whether it’s their made to order or their standard power transmission equipment such as, Sheaves, Belts, Pulleys, Bushes, Flexible Shaft Couplings, the list goes on. When this ...
Monday 10th February 2014

Stainless steel offset shaft couplings

Shaft Couplings used within determined industries sometime calls for customised materials to be compliant with special regulations and requirements. Examples of this include packaging machines for the food and pharmaceutical industries well as coating machinery under vacuum conditions....
Monday 10th February 2014

160mm Diameter POWER Screws

Abssac supplies a set of massive rolled lead screws for a cable winding machine refurbishment. Using a 160mm diameter by 16mm lead. The large lead screws were supplied with machined ends and ready to fit. Abssac keeps another customer happy using its POWER SCREW range of products....
Wednesday 29th January 2014

Worth a look

If you currently use Jaw couplings within your plant or application, Abssac has invested in large stocks of both hubs and elastomeric spiders. We aim to give the keenest prices and prompt delivery. Hubs are pre-bored to suit shafts from 6mm to 100mm along with standard keyways.  ...
Thursday 2nd January 2014

Have you heard?

Abssac’s standard and precision ball screws can be supplied in Stainless Steel and low Carbon Steel with lead accuracies of 0-20 Microns over 300mm. Our precision ball screws have operational tolerances comparable to more expensive ground ball screw assemblies, but at much less cost....
Thursday 2nd January 2014

Schmidt offsets like no other coupling.

Many engineers come across the familiar problem of shaft misalignments within driven shaft applications. In some cases the parallel offset of the shafts are above and beyond the capabilities of standard shaft couplings and can often result in punitive drive shaft length, or elaborate ...
Monday 16th December 2013