Abssac is often asked about the life expectancy of the ball screw products it supplies within applications. Whilst this can sometimes be a difficult thing to accurately calculate, as parameters within an application can change during its life, it can nevertheless be achieved.
Thursday 16th May 2013
Looking for a leadscrew supplier ?
Are you looking for a lead screw supplier that can produce exactly what you want ? Or perhaps you have an old acme screw that needs replacing but have no technical drawing specifications to work from. Abssac can help.
The company has expanded its lead screw ranges further incorporating ...
Thursday 28th March 2013
Bearing units for Ball and Lead screws
Abssac is increasing its product portfolio again, by including both radial and thrust bearings, complete with housings, to compliment their expanding lead screw and ball screw ranges. In order to promote the product to the ball and lead screw market Abssac is offering the support bearings in a complete kit form....
Thursday 21st March 2013
Self Reversing machined screws
A traditional lead screw and nut combination requires the driven screw to change its direction of rotation to enable the nut to return to its original start position. In certain applications such as in the reliable winding of cable and hose to winch drums, it would be advantageous ...
Monday 25th February 2013
STOCKED : Power screws and Nuts
Lead screws for medium to heavy duty industrial applications can be best supplied through our Power screws and nuts program. Continuously stocking up to 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, are supplied in both Steel and Stainless Steel....
Thursday 2nd August 2012
To Go or Not to Go
Using 316 Stainless Steel, ABSSAC was recently requested to supply a stub thread acme form with tight tolerances on effective diameter and pitch. In fact, to be absolutely sure that the new product was totally interchangeable with existing equipment, the customer provided Abssac with some Go-No-Go gauges....
Friday 25th May 2012