ETP-HYLOC The evolution of hub-shaft connections
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 9th December 2020
The brand new BXR-LE typesuper slim safety brake has an impressive, space saving, physical size.
The spring actuated brake model is half the thickness, but same outer diameter, as its big brother type BXW series. It is operated by the compressive force delivered from several built in springs which are activated in the event of a power failure or if the power was cut off due to an emergency.
Tuesday 1st December 2020
Machine tool Industry benefiting from hydraulic connections
Coventry Engineering Case Study. Coventry Engineering is a UK-based engineering firm specializing in the manufacture of bespoke tooling solutions. It has been using couplings and hydraulic connection components from ETP since 2012. Here, Paul Pickering, Operations Director at Coventry Engineering, explains how ETP...
Thursday 15th October 2020
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 couplings rely on a proven element produced from a elastic polymer...
Monday 7th September 2020
Miniature & innovative safety brakes
Electromagnetic brakes, couple, release, brake and hold machinery in place using electromagnetic force generated by passing a current through a coil. The products are electromagnetically actuated or spring actuated. The electromagnetic actuated range further divides into several major categories: electromagnetic-actuated brakes...
Monday 10th August 2020
The Schmidt coupling offsets like no other coupling.
When designing new machines the parallel alignment of the shafts is always paramount. However some applications actually require that parallel offset to be dynamic during operation and well above and beyond the capabilities of standard shaft couplings. To achieve the exaggerated...
Wednesday 24th June 2020