BXR Safety Brakes
An innovative design in a small package. The spring loaded safety brake is ideal for reliable holding and braking within numerous application. The model delivers reliable holding and braking in torque ranges from 0.1 to 240Nm, through an internal square or spline hub design.
Tuesday 25th June 2019
Scientific lead screw application
When ABSSAC was asked to look at a scientific lead screw application for reliable and precision linear movement in a high temperature and caustic environment, Abssac turned to using PEEK for the nut material. The Polyaryletheretherketone (PEEK™) material is a rigid opaque (grey) material with a unique combination of properties...
Tuesday 28th May 2019
Climate test chamber at ETP - What else can we do for you!
Our long term partner ETP Transmission AB of Sweden has developed and manufactured hydraulic hub-shaft connections for more than 40 years under the brand name ETP. Building up a unique worldwide knowledge and leading position within the hydraulic fastening and centering field....
Thursday 25th April 2019
Need a safety brake?
Ideal for emergency braking in power outages and holding position for long periods of time .Essentially spring-actuated brakes comes in two types, braking and holding. The comprehensive range of electromagnetic brakes that are actuated by the force of a spring when the holding electrical current is stopped.
Monday 8th April 2019
Torque Limiting Protection
Protection from potential damage to a mechanical system caused by torque overload can be critical in some applications. In some applications torque is monitored by the closed loop driver programming within the servo motor performance profile. However, some applications require a more simple mechanical solution.
Friday 1st March 2019
ETP helps connect power transmission
When it comes to quick, accurate and reliable shaft to hub connection the ETP product is a winner. All ETP products consist of a double-walled hardened steel (in some cases stainless steel) sleeve, which is filled with a pressure medium.
Wednesday 20th February 2019