SCREW JACKS RAISE THE BAR

28-03-2017

Available now from Motion Technologies are five new ranges of screw jacks from German manufacturer Pfaff. These comprise: the SHE range of standard screw jacks, the HSE line of high-performance jacks, the SHG range of quick lifting screw jacks, the SSP range of special lifting elements, and the standard cubic Merkur jack.

All devices are available as travelling nut or travelling screw versions. Other options include bellows and spiral spring covers, anti-rotation features, couplings and connecting shafts, hand wheels, temperature sensors, lubrication systems, shaft encoders, rotary limit switches, and a wide range of drives including servomotors. All types are optionally available in stainless steel.

Motion Technologies can also supply a range of custom ballscrews for high-accuracy applications, with integrated safety nuts if required. Full in-house turnkey packages are also available with electrical control cabinets to suit the application, and multiple-jack systems are a speciality.

Lifting capacities range from 2.5 to 2000kN.

Motion Technologies
02 9524 4782
www.motiontech.com.au

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