Smart luminaires and controls at Abssac
Continiung our commitment to reduce our carbon footprint we are starting our initiative to install energy efficient lighting throughout Abssac. By installing energy saving luminaires and controls we hope to achieve our goal of a 40% reduction in electrical lighting energy consumption....
Tuesday 10th April 2012
STOCKED Jaw Couplings
Abssac has invested in stock of both hubs and associated spiders of the industry standard Jaw shaft coupling to ensure fast delivery.
These are a low cost, no fuss shaft coupling. The jaw type shaft couplings are available in cast iron and aluminium. All hubs are stocked with bore ...
Tuesday 3rd April 2012
IN STOCK - lead screws and nuts
We stock 3 meter lengths of lead screw diameters of 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 22mm, 24mm, 30mm, 36mm, 40mm and 50mm in both right and left handed formats. Supplied in both Steel and Stainless Steel the POWER SCREW lead screws ranges are complimented by a range of flanged or non flanged Bronze nuts as well as round, hex and square steel nuts....
Thursday 15th March 2012
Schmidt thoroughbreds join the stable
It gives us a great deal of pleasure to announce that we are expanding our wide choice of shaft coupling products with a brand new offering – the SCHMIDT-KUPPLUNG® range of compact coupling systems. This outstanding array of products provides an excellent choice, addressing ...
Monday 17th October 2011
Niche ball screw
Do you currently use ground ball screws ? Are you looking for a lower cost alternative? If so the range of precision rolled ball screws that operate just below the accuracy grades of ground ball screw assemblies might be of interest. By using precision ground ball nuts and then pairing ...
Tuesday 27th September 2011
Split nut saves time
Another satisfied customer required a more sophisticated nut design for use within a hot glue dispensing machine.
By supplying a specifically designed bronze nut to match a 20mm diameter by 4mm lead trapezoidal power screw, the bronze nut was then meticulously separated into two halves....
Tuesday 14th June 2011