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Satellite roller screws have amazing performance

The first patent for a roller screw was recorded in 1949 by the inventor Mr Bruno Standgren Carl, which was an adaptation of a friction-less bearing design patented back in 1939 by Mr Oscar and Stewart  McCurdy.  In essence the idea was convert the rotation of a threaded ...
Wednesday 13th November 2019

Precision hub and shaft clamping - every time !

One of the most innovative products on the market, the ETP product consist of a double-walled hardened steel (in some cases stainless steel) sleeve, which is filled with a pressure medium. The precision machine housing contains a threaded pressure screw, that when actuated, moves an internal piston that in turn provides the pressure adjustment....
Thursday 31st October 2019

NEW - Super slim safety brake

Now available through ABSSAC, the brand new BXR-LE type super slim safety brake has an impressive, space saving, physical size. The spring actuated brake model is half the thickness, but the same outer diameter, as its big brother type BXW series. It is operated by the compressive ...
Wednesday 16th October 2019

Sure-Flex® flexible shaft coupling - Pump Connection

Consider the Sure-Flex® flexible shaft coupling range available from Abssac, which was designed specifically with that industry in mind. With large stocks kept, we offer an excellent solution to your pump coupling requirements. The easy to fit Sure-Flex® elastomeric shaft ...
Wednesday 11th September 2019

Quick and Simple hub shaft connection

An excellent way to securely fix a hub or shaft to an application. The proven ETP-CLASSIC is used in a large variety of applications, for mounting timing belt pulleys, cam curves and arms etc. Positioning along and around the shaft is easy and fast with high precision. Service and maintenance are also easier because of the easy dismantling....
Monday 19th August 2019

Turning customer clamping challenges into innovative and reliable solutions.

When a pressure is exerted anywhere in a confined non-compressible fluid it is transmitted equally in all directions throughout the fluid. In fact the pressure ratio (initial difference) remains the same throughout the fluid. This principle is successfully used in the range of ETP ...
Monday 5th August 2019