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30% less cost low cost motor shaft couplings

Abssac announces a 30% reduction in the price of its MC series motor couplings for 2012 due to enhanced manufacturing techniques. Available in Aluminium and Stainless steel as standard, the MC series (Motor Coupling) delivers a reliable zero backlash connection between shafts. Ideal ...
Thursday 19th July 2012

Most flexible shaft coupling designs rely on a number of moving parts to enable the transmission of torque through a high angular offset.  In fact it is true to say that the greater the offset, the greater amounts of moving parts are required to accommodate that misalignment....
Wednesday 4th July 2012

Reduced cost Ball screws

Looking to reduce the costs of your ball screws? Abssac has a rolled miniature ball screw series that utilises a precision ground ball nut, running on precision rolled screw. The combination means our lead accuracy is close to the precision ground screw but the price is very competitive....
Wednesday 4th July 2012

ABSSAC on the move.......

Abssac has moved to its new purpose built facility at the Enterprise centre, Evesham. Quadrupling their available space puts them in good stead to increase stocks of our rotary, linear and specialist product ranges. New address and contact details are as follows; ABSSAC Ltd, E1A ...
Saturday 20th February 2010

New Web site 2009

Welcome to the new ABSSAC web site for 2009. Launched slightly ahead of schedule, the new web site has a fresh look with some interesting features, new products and new product animations. Please also take advantage of the ABSSAC newsletter, which will be sent quarterly and is a worthwhile ...
Monday 15th December 2008

Abssac wins Pharmatex award

Abssac was proud to receive the Pharmatex innovation award in Ireland, for its machined spring product. The innovation award was voted by a panel of judges for a product that showed significant innovation in both engineering and excellence towards pharmaceutical applications. More ...
Monday 2nd June 2008