Ball screws for industrial applications

TREOTHAM Automation has released a new generation of Danaher Motion ball screws.

TREOTHAM Automation has released a new generation of Danaher Motion ball screws.

The manufacturer, Thomson, has redesigned the ball recirculation mechanism of the nuts.

Resultant advantages are said to be less wear, reduced torque variation, and a reduction in noise generation.

The system will first be fitted in ball screws with rolled screws and a screw lead ranging from 5 to 10mm. All additional models offered by Danaher Motion will also be converted to the new diverter system over time.

The standard range offers precision of 12 micrometres on a length of 300mm. All ball screws are designed for a temperature range between -20°C and 120°C.

Temperatures of no more than 140°C are also permitted for intermittent operations. The corresponding nut units can be preloaded to reduce clearance or produce no clearance at all.

For more information contact:

Treotham Automation

E – info@treotham.com.au

W – www.treotham.com.au

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