Mobile masts use ABSSAC POWER screws
ABSSAC has recently won a contract to supply trapezoidal lead screws from its POWER SCREW range, for a mobile telecommunications application. Speedy delivery, low cost and effective product knowledge won the day. The application used a 40mm diameter by 7mm pitch screw, in a low carbon steel...
Friday 10th July 2015
Stainless steel ball screw
Abssac announces a new Stainless steel ballscrew to compliment its extensive ball screw ranges. Available in 6, 8 and 10mm diameters with leads of either 1 or 2mm the new SUS series offers cumulative lead error of only 2x0.
Thursday 18th June 2015
Our Threads turn heads
The ability to supply a professionally tapped nut, matched to the thread of the supplied screw is the key to supplying quality linear application products. In many cases you may be purchasing screw stock and specialised nut designs from different sources which can lead to poor fitting of the nut...
Monday 1st June 2015
Stocked and Ready to Deliver
Abssac's continuous stocking program ensures a fast delivery for its range of POWER lead screws. Available in diameters of 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 22mm, 24mm, 30mm, 36mm, 40mm and 50mm in both right and left handed formats, the power screw ranges are ideal for medium to heavy duty linear applications and can be supplied in both Steel and Stainless Steel.
Friday 16th January 2015
Internal and External Threads
Another great example of Abssac's excellent machining capability. A quick turn around for a 100mm diameter stainless screw, with an internal gun drilled thread along with a bronze nut had both internal and external threads for fitting purposes. If you have a lead screw application let us help you complete the task.
Monday 8th December 2014
Self-Reversing machined screws
Traditional lead or acme screws require the driven screw to counter rotate to achieve a bi-directional movement of the nut and importantly, to allow the nut to return to its original start position. The self-reversing screw only requires a rotation of the screw in one direction to achieve a reciprocated bi-directional linear movement.
Thursday 16th October 2014