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The Multi Start Advantage

The advantage of using a Multi-Start springs with their 2 and 3 start concentric coils to provide even loading during compression and extension (delivers resolved moments). When used in a coupling the Multi-Start Flexure will provide higher torsional stiffness and offer system redundancy....
Friday 24th July 2015

Mobile masts use ABSSAC POWER screws

ABSSAC has recently won a contract to supply trapezoidal lead screws from its POWER SCREW range, for a mobile telecommunications application. Speedy delivery, low cost and effective product knowledge won the day. The application used a 40mm diameter by 7mm pitch screw, in a low carbon ...
Friday 10th July 2015

Stainless steel ball screw

Abssac announces a new Stainless steel ballscrew to compliment its extensive ball screw ranges. Available in 6, 8 and 10mm diameters with leads of either 1 or 2mm the new SUS series offers cumulative lead error of only 2x0.052mm per 300mm with an axial clearance of 0.020 mm. The new ...
Thursday 18th June 2015

Arduous plastic shaft coupling in critical application

Abssac has recently supplied its one piece plastic injection moulded shaft couplings for a  motor gearbox to gear box connection for an overhead hoist for lifting and moving disabled children and adults in private homes and schools. The unit can lift up to 200kg and the Abssac ...
Thursday 18th June 2015

Our Threads turn heads

The ability to supply a professionally tapped nut, matched to the thread of the supplied screw is the key to supplying quality linear application products. In many cases you may be purchasing screw stock and specialised nut designs from different sources which can lead to poor fitting ...
Monday 1st June 2015

LOW COST AND EX STOCK SOLID COUPLINGS

Abssac is now stocking solid compression-type Steel couplings. Offering sizes to accomodate 6mm to 50mm bore sizes, the rigid coupling, as it is sometimes termed, has no flexibility but can effectively be used to connect two shafts to make a permanent joint. The solid coupling is ...
Monday 1st June 2015