These washers, blanked or laser-cut, support a moving part but must not be dragged into rotating with it.
Axial washers are rings obtained by blanking from ball-bearing steel. Their main use is as a raceway for ball bearings.
Brackets, U-bolts and flanges are components used to support, hold or fix mechanical parts, tubes, bushings, cables and the like in predetermined places.
Convex or spherical washers are shims with a curved surface. They enable moving wheels to be properly coupled when they are not placed in a straight line.
Obtained by blanking or laser-cut. Used to close openings on various types of components and allow access inside.
Among the main components of multi-disc brakes and clutches is a multiple stack of discs. These discs have various configurations and are of two main types: smooth or coated with friction material.
These are rings, made by blanking, whose surface is then sloped to obtain a truncated cone shape.
These are flat or spherical washers with on one or both sides grooves of varying form and size, whose function is to hold or channel and, sometimes, extract a fluid.
Mounting flanges are blanked or laser-cut and are used to connect multiple gear pumps, called tandem.
The valve plate for hydraulic orbital motors is a metal plate, produced by blanking, with holes to allow oil to pass through under pressure.
Our phonic wheels comprise a circular crown with blanked slots. They can be flat or have bent parts, be flared or have various solutions so they fit easily to the rotating hub whose movement is to be controlled.
Rings with two concentric diameters, made by laser cut or blanking from sheet metal or strips of various thicknesses.
Spacer is the name usually given to washers over a millimetre thick. Mostly made of iron, then galvanised, they can also be made of hardened steel and can have special finishings.
Athena flanges and reed valves (cylinder head) are highly efficient and reliable components, used in modern reciprocating compressors.