Hardened and Ground Racks offer optimal precision.
February 6, 2013 -
Offering alternative to DIN 6 racks, HPR High-Precision DIN 7 and 8 quality levels meet customer's accuracy needs and are dimensionally interchangeable for drop-in replacement. Ultra-High Precision (UHPR) gear racks utilize carburized case-hardening process to increase strength of rack, including tooth flanks and root, which maximizes power density, stiffness, and performance.
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Atlanta Drive Systems
1775 Rte. 34, Unit D-10
Wall Township, NJ, 07719
Expanded Range of Hardened & Ground Racks Available from ATLANTA
ATLANTA Drive Systems Inc., who is known throughout the World as an industry leader in Rack & Pinion Drive Technologies, is pleased to announce their expanded range of Hardened & Ground Racks. ATLANTA draws on their vast experience combined with their wide, standard program range to address and solve just about any application requirements presented.
Further expanding their hardened & ground rack range, ATLANTA has added High-Precision (HPR) DIN 7 and 8 quality levels to provide more competitive price points to meet customer’s accuracy needs. These racks offer a convenient and economical alternative to the popular DIN 6 racks current on the market and are dimensionally interchangeable for a drop-in replacement.
The new StrongLine Ultra-High Precision (UHPR) gear racks utilize an innovative carburized case-hardening process to increase the strength of the rack, including the tooth flanks and root, which maximizes its power density, stiffness and performance.
ATLANTA has the widest standard range of rack and pinions in the World, consisting of both helical & straight (spur) tooth versions, in an assortment of sizes (module 1.0 to 12.0), materials and quality levels (DIN 4 to 10, AGMA 8 to 12+).
Further information on this expanded rack range is available on ATLANTA’s website at www.atlantadrives.com or call (800) 505-1715. Also follow ATLANTA at twitter.com/atlantadrives.