Categories Linear Specialist Rotary Green Abssac

ETP POWER hydraulic clamping elements

With all the positive benefits of the ETP hydraulic clamping elements, such as compact design, precision mounting and easy clamping the new ETP-POWER® product delivers the highest performance from the single screw ETP product range. ETP-POWER® is a reliable, standalone hydraulic ...
Thursday 19th June 2014

LET'S MAKE IT HAPPEN

The Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign has to date raised nearly £1.2 million and only £115,000 is now needed to enable the work on the new unit to commence. ABSSAC is pleased to be able to contribute to the fund.   LET'S MAKE IT HAPPEN    
Thursday 12th June 2014

Come and meet us

Come and see Abssac in October at the award-winning Engineering Design Show created to champion British engineering design and is entirely targeted at design engineers. On our stand at D10 we will be showing some of the most innovative products on the market. http://www....
Tuesday 3rd June 2014

No Lubrication Sheaves

Stationary Control Adjustable Drive from TB Wood’s require no lubrication.  Utilising, patented locking collars which reliably clamp all movable parts securely in place, eliminates relative motion between sheave parts as well as freezing and sticking from fretting corrosion....
Friday 2nd May 2014

ETP EXPRESS R Saves downtime - increases productivity

Food production areas have fast moving units of packaged ready meals continuously flying along  conveyor systems heading towards the final packaging area.  ABSSAC has recently supplied a stainless steel food compatible hydraulic clamping bush for quickly adjusting conveyor width....
Friday 11th April 2014

Irish Manufacturing

Abssac takes the front cover of the Irish Manufacturing magazine for the spring 2014 issue, showing a precision rolled ball screw. A technology spotlight feature on the linear technologies available from Abssac is detalied in the centre pages of the magazine - to view the latest copy of the magazine follow the link - http://www....
Thursday 13th March 2014