CONTACT DIRECTORY Easy to use Buyers Guide for sourcing new suppliers
Balluff is one of the leading providers of high-quality sensor, identification, network and software solutions for automation requirements.
Family-run for more than 90 years, the company employs more than 4000 employees worldwide, all working towards the highest quality standards and following the motto “innovating automation.”
Balluff Limited 20 Cheshire Business Park Lostock Gralam Northwich CW9 7UA Tel: 01606 812 777 Email: email@example.com www.balluff.co.uk
METAL JOINING AND PRESSING
TOX® PRESSOTECHNIK Ltd have been providing unique quality alternatives to power presses and joining techniques for over 40 years.
Our product lines are:
• TOX®-Powerpackage – the pneumo-hydraulic cylinders with mechanic or pneumatic spring, with more than 150,000 in use world-wide
• TOX®-ElectricDrive – the electro-mechanic drive cylinders for reproducible and precise positioning and pressing tasks where high working pressures are required
• TOX®-FinePress – small presses from 2 - 57 kN
• TOX®-Press program – of pneumo-hydraulic, hydraulic (2 - 2000 kN), or electro-mechanic drives (1 – 1,000 kN)
• TOX®-Round Point Metal Joining according to the principle “Riveting without rivet”
• TOX®-ClinchRivet – reliable process of high strength metal joining technique.
FATH is the number one international supplier of fastening, fixing, latching, locking, hinging, and connecting products.
Specialising in the design, manufacture and supply of innovative fastening solutions for Aluminium Extrusion.
With its forward thinking and modular design philosophy, FATH are able offer a vast array of products and solutions for all your fastening needs. From simple T slot nuts to multi layer electronic locking solutions, FATH are here to help.
FATH Components Ltd 6 Pegasus Court, North Lane Aldershot, Hampshire, GU12 4QP Phone:+44 1252 346610 Web: www.fath.ne
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AUTOMATION COMPONENTS MACHINE BUILDING & World-class
Plastic Injection Moulding
Part of the Phoenix Mecano group of companies RK Rose+Krieger are manufactures of components and solutions for automation and machine building.
• Aluminium Profile System • Linear Technology • Tube Connecting System • Modular Technology
Phoenix Mecano Ltd 26 Faraday Road Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire HP19 8RY T: 01296 611660
Specialists in high-
quality enclosures for electronic products
Cross+Morse specialises in the design, manufacture and supply of high performance Mechanical Power Transmission system and components. With our team of applications and design engineers at your disposal, Cross+Morse is able to provide bespoke solutions to your transmission problems saving you time and money.
Our range includes Roller Chain, Sprockets and Platewheels, Pulleys and Belts, Gears and Racks, Torque Limiters and Overload Clutches, Freewheels, Flexible Couplings (Gear, Chain, Disc, Elastomeric types) and Sealmaster Mounted Bearings.
oss Ltd Shady Lane Great Barr Birmingham B44 9EU Tel: 0121 360 0155 Fax: 0121 325 1079 firstname.lastname@example.org
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• Robot and Machine Mount Tongs, Handheald Tongs
• Functional Elements Technology
TOX® PRESSOTECHNIK Ltd Unit 21 Stafford Business Village Dyson Way Staffordshire Technology Park Beaconside STAFFORD, ST18 0TW
Tel: +44 (0) 1785 887903 Fax: +44 (0) 1785 887927 E-mail: email@example.com
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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MANUFACTURING
POWER TRANSMISSION SPRINGS RFI/EMC SHIELDING METAL SEALS
METAL SEALS for liquids & gases
• High performance in demanding conditions
• Suitable for temperature extremesfrom minus 253ºC up to 1100ºC
• Pressures from vacuum to over 3450 bar
• Available in O, C and E configurations with U style designs made to order
• Wide range of cross sections up to 3000 diameter
• Resistant to radiation/perme- ability/fatigue/corrosion etc.
Moontown Ltd, Made in the UK. Unit 16D, Unity Road, Lowmoor Business Park, Kirby in Ashfield, Nottingham NG17 7LE Tel: 01623 751515 Fax: 01623 753167
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PCB ASSEMBLY POWER TRANSMISSION
Howdon Power Transmission Limited has grown from modest beginnings in 1978 to become one of the UK’s leading companies in the design and manufacture of mechanical drive systems with particular emphasis on simple low cost overload protection.
WEDGEGARD Torque Limiters provide ratings over the range 25Nm to 1,000,000Nm.
Howdon Power Transmission Ltd Paganhill Lane, Cainscross,Stroud, Glos. GL5 4JT Tel +44 (0) 1453 750814 Fax +44 (0) 1453 765320 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site www.howdon.co.uk
PNEUMATICS SELF-PIERCE RIVETING
Henrob Limited Henrob design and manufacture self-pierce riveting (SPR) systems and is found in numerous applications including automotive, construction and general industry sectors. SPR is environmentally friendly, no sparks or fumes and low noise levels.
SPR is suitable for joining dissimilar materials including aluminium to steel, stainless, magnesium and pre-painted panels. No pre-hole is required and is quicker and cleaner than welding.
Henrob Limited Unit F,Tyburn Trading Estate, Ashold Farm Road, Birmingham,B24 9QG, UK. Tel: +44 (0)121 382 7338 Fax: +44 (0)121 382 4203 Email: email@example.com
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SENSORS & TRANSDUCERS
Kemtron Ltd 19 - 21 Finch Drive
Springwood Industrial Estate Braintree,
Essex UK CM7 2SF
Tel: 01376 348 115 Fax: 01376 345 885
SEALS FOR EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS
Simpson Springs & Pressings Ltd
Moontown Ltd, Made in the UK.
Moontown Ltd Unit 16D, Unity Road, Lowmoor Business Park, Kirby in Ashfield, Nottingham NG17 7LE
Tel: 01623 751515 Fax: 01623 753167
m web: www.moontown.co.uk
Simpson Springs is a precision manufacturer of high Quality parts with almost 40 years of experience. We can help you design the best solutions for your needs.
Our expertise covers: • Springs • Pressings • Wireforms
All parts are manufactured to customers specific requirements.
Simpson Springs & Pressings Ltd Unit 1 Latimer Industrial Estate Latimer Road Wokingham Berks RG41 2YD Tel: 01189786573 Fax: 01189894434 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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