Stainless Steel Ball Screws target high-vacuum applications.

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Ball screws, available in diameters from 3-160 mm, feature shaft, ball nut, body, ball deflectors, and balls manufactured from stainless steel. They can feature vacuum-compatible grease or dry lubricant coating such as tungsten disulfide or molybdenum disulfide, while ball nuts can incorporate silicon nitride balls. Units are suitable for aerospace, electron beam inspection, lithography, synchrotron research, and nanotechnology applications.

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Ball Screws for Ultra High Vacuum Applications

BURLINGTON, MA - inmeyer, Inc. announced a new option for its extensive line of precision products - ball screws designed for operation under high vacuum. Typical applications include actuators for use in:

- Aerospace

- Electron Beam Inspection

- Lithography

- Synchrotron research

- Nanotechnology

Any Steinmeyer ball screw, from 3 millimeter to 160 millimeter in diameter, can be completely customized to meet your vacuum requirements. All components utilized in such a ball screw, including shaft, ball nut body, ball deflectors and balls, are manufactured from stainless steel. Depending on the application, the ball screw is provided with either vacuum compatible grease or a dry lubricant coating such as tungsten disulfide or molybdenum disulfide. And for certain special demands, the ball nut can be supplied with silicon nitride balls.

The Steinmeyer group is comprised of two manufacturing divisions located in Germany. August Steinmeyer GmbH & Co. KG (located in Albstadt) has been setting standards for high precision ball screws for over 40 years and prides itself on high quality, innovative designs to meet demanding customer requirements. Our Feinmess Dresden (FMD) division has been producing an extensive line of high precision positioning systems for well over 130 years.

For further information on this new product or others in our extensive product portfolio call 1-781-273-6220 or visit the Steinmeyer group at the following web site:

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