STOCKED Jaw Couplings
Abssac invests heavily 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.
Thursday 2nd August 2018
The Schmidt coupling offsets like no other shaft coupling
Schmidts' classic design for extreme parallel shaft offset. The Schmidt-Kupplung is a compact, torsionally stiff performance shaft coupling that compensates for variable parallel shaft offset without side loads during operation. The extreme shaft offset capability combined with a small D.
Monday 18th June 2018
Torsionally stiff and low cost shaft coupling
Budgetbeam is the ideal connection partner for encoder, resolver, stepper motor and small electric motor axis drives. The flexible shaft coupling utilises a double start helical beam beam configuration to deliver high torsional stiffness even when rotating with shaft offsets.
Tuesday 29th May 2018
Precision hub and shaft clamping
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 12th April 2018
Solid shaft couplings in stock
ABSSAC stocks a wide range of solid (muff) style shaft coupling for fast easy shaft connection. Ideal for 6mm to 50mm diameter shafts, the anodised steel construction is designed for arduous use. Simply release the clamp style design by removing the four bolts...
Wednesday 31st January 2018
ETP EXPRESS R Saves downtime - increases productivity
Food production areas have fast moving units of packaged ready meals continuously flying along conveyor systems heading towards the final packaging area. ABSSAC has recently supplied a stainless steel food compatible hydraulic clamping bush for quickly adjusting conveyor width.
Thursday 12th October 2017