Main focus on gears and drives

For two years running, home market demand for R. A. Rodriguez gears and drives products has made a significant contribution to the company’s impressive growth. This Letchworth-based supplier of innovative engineering components and systems will be focussing on two ranges within its business division at Drives & Controls – KHK Stock Gears and Framo Morat Drives. In tandem with its Kaydon thin section bearings, these products continue to demonstrate the value of high quality and precision.

The success of Framo Morat Drive products is based on their distinct performance benefits and their modular design that allows them to be customised to suit each application.

At Drives & Controls 2012, R. A. Rodriguez will demonstrate a selection of Framo products including the Compacta slip-on geared motor that comes with built-in limit switches and is an ideal actuator for reverse motion. 

As its name implies, the Mini is a range of extremely compact linear actuators using electric motor driven acme screws that are also available in stainless steel.  Minimum space requirement is also the main selling point of LinearChain which is an actuator that is capable of long strokes for lifting or pushing heavy loads.  

As the European master distributor for KHK stock gears, R. A. Rodriguez has the ability to provide an exceptionally wide choice of high quality products, ex-stock and at a highly competitive price, even for small batches and one-offs. 

The complete range comprises 9300 products in 36 different categories. The standard range includes hardened and stainless gears and racks, spur, bevel and spiral bevel gears in a variety of materials and finishes. Special and modified gears are also available on a very short lead time.

R. A. Rodriguez (Stand D1342)

T: 01462 670044

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