SKF Promotes Higher Speeds and Low Noise With Ball Screws

SKF’s compact, long-lead ball screws with a rotating nut design allow the drive motor to move with the nut to reduce inertia, requi...
January 14, 2008—

SKF’s compact, long-lead ball screws with a rotating nut design allow the drive motor to move with the nut to reduce inertia, require less power and achieve higher linear speeds. According to the company’s press release, these ball screws integrate a nut rotating inside the bearings and along the screw shaft.

 

They’re available in Series SLT and Series BLT versions, with diameters ranging from 25 mm to 50 mm and leads ranging from 20 mm to 50 mm. Custom options include double-protection wipers and brush wipers as well as custom long-lead screws. Applications include packaging and automation systems, laser cutting and production machinery.

SKF USA Inc.
Address: 
1530 Valley Center Parkway
Bethlehem, PA 18017-2266
Phone: 
(610) 861-4811
Email: 
skfusainfo@skf.com
URL: 
www.linearmotion.skf.com