CONTROLFLEX shaft coupling ideal for encoders
The Controlflex shaft coupling from SCHMIDT-KUPPLUNG is the ideal partner for shaft encoders.
The compact design consists of two annodised aluminium hubs and a unique middle element that transmits torque at constant velocity. Most importantly, the unique element accommodates ...
Wednesday 12th September 2012
Printing Industry Shaft Couplings
Shaft couplings for the printing industry are required to work with absolute precision to guarantee a register pressure and therefore ensure a high print quality.
The high precision requirement starts in the actual printing mechanism and continues through the refinement process to quality assurance on the final product....
Friday 6th July 2012
Are you connecting a motor to a pump ?
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 23rd May 2012
Your choice of end attachments
With Abssac’s Helical flexible beam coupling product, customers have been able to take their standard coupling designs to the next level, by incorporating features into the original shaft coupling design. By simply allowing the development of innovative connection solutions ...
Thursday 19th April 2012
Schmidt thoroughbreds join the stable
It gives us a great deal of pleasure to announce that we are expanding our wide choice of shaft coupling products with a brand new offering – the SCHMIDT-KUPPLUNG® range of compact coupling systems. This outstanding array of products provides an excellent choice, addressing ...
Monday 17th October 2011
Shaft couplings are free to test
Do you use flexible shaft couplings within your applications ?
You might not be aware of the operational advantages the original helical beam style shaft coupling can give to the design. Available from Abssac, they are the only helical beam shaft coupling in the world that can be ...
Tuesday 2nd February 2010