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Shaft coupling saves fish

The Challenge was to develop a flexible shaft coupling that could be used in the drive assembly of a “Aerator” used in the oxygenation of water in fish spawning ponds and small lakes. Aeration is especially required in times of hot weather where the oxygen concentration within the water can fall and have a detrimental effect...
Monday 4th May 2020

ETP-HYLOC The evolution of hub-shaft connections

Probably one of the most innovative ways of reliably connecting hubs and shafts, whilst driving high torque and maintaining excellent concentricity. The number of mountings can be a maximum of 2000 times, but essentially it is the speed at which the unit can be attached and released is its key feature  !
Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Custom clutches and brakes

Custom Clutches and Brakes - If the demand is there, we are happy to explore new designs that can give your application leading edge technology in braking and clutch control. Why not call one of our engineers to discuss further..
Thursday 13th February 2020

Fast, reliable and accurate hub and shaft connection

With names like ETP Express, ETP Express R, ETP Power and ETP Techno, these products are, as it sounds, designed for a multitude of applications. In each case only a single screw is used for mounting and dismounting of the hub.
Monday 20th January 2020

Nickle plated telescopic universal joints

A universal joint is a mechanical device that allows two shafts not in line with each other limited freedom of movement in any direction whilst transmitting rotary motion. They are therefore an excellent and reliable way of transmitting torque through an angular shaft offset. Available in alloy steel...
Monday 25th November 2019

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.
Wednesday 13th November 2019