Alternative to Wound Springs ?
The versatile machined spring provides superior elastic performance in a wide variety of applications. Machined springs can be designed to specifically address requirements for rate, reactions at desired deflections, combined rates, modal properties, weight, inertial limits, and more.
Monday 8th June 2020
Leading the way with POWERSCREWS
The combination of a lead screw and nut is an excellent and economical way to convert rotary motion into linear motion. Through a vast scope of screw formats and nut designs ABSSAC has been a preferred supplier to key industries for well over 3 decades. A lead screw, which can also be known as a power screw...
Tuesday 26th May 2020
ETP-CLASSIC – Where it all started!
Connecting shafts and hubs securely is one of engineerings basic requirements. The accuracy, reliability and ease of connection have always been the challenge and ETP met that challeange many years ago with the ETP CLASSIC design. This was ETP’s original product which employs stand alone hydraulic technology consisting of a hardened...
Thursday 14th May 2020
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
ABSSAC's Virtual Exhibition 2020
Take a few moments to look at our virtual and interactive exhibition, where no hand sanitiser or social distancing will ever be required. Stay Home, Keep Safe. Follow this . . . . .
Monday 30th March 2020