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All Printed matter is Green

Abssac is now confident that all printed matter used by Abssac conforms to the Forest Stewardship Council FSC C106360 standard. Paper from responsible sources.
Tuesday 30th July 2013

ETP Hub Shaft connections improves productivity in rotary PET bottle stretch blow moulding machine

The ETP shaft connection solution is designed to allow the user to tighten or loose a single cap screw to allow the quick and easy mounting and dismantling and if necessary incremental repositioning of the hub on a shaft. An excellent example of this products placement is in the production of PET bottles....
Tuesday 16th July 2013

Lead screws used in home entertainment system

Abssac has been working closely with a team of interior designers to complete a home cinema entertainment system for a number of newly built apartments. Costing an estimated 3 million pounds per apartment, each home came supplied with a fully automatic entertainment room. Using primarily  ...
Tuesday 16th July 2013

Abssac sponsors Scouts

Abssac recently sponsored the 2013 Scout District Swimming Gala in Evesham. We wish to offer our congratulations to the 2nd Evesham Bengeworth troop for winning the Gala.This sponsorship continues Abssac's core belief  to be supportive of the local community.
Wednesday 26th June 2013

Magic Carpet fix

A recent shaft coupling connection challenge was successfully solved by the Heli-Cal flexible beam product available through Abssac Limited. Abssac’s customer had an application where a precision encoder was being connected to a carpet manufacturing machine output shaft.  ...
Tuesday 11th June 2013

Custom ETP EXPRESS

As the U.K. distributor for ETP Transmission (Sweden) a customer came to ABSSAC with the a requirement for a standard ETP EXPRESS clamping bush with a 2inch bore. ABSSAC engineers consulted with ETP engineers after concerns that the radial loads, in combination with rotation bending moment and some torque, could pose a risk of fatigue failure....
Tuesday 11th June 2013