"Classic" Screw jacks from the "MC" series with a classic housing standard have been an important component in design and planning offices since 1965. The basic concept of converting a rotary movement into an axial movement with the aid of a worm gear and a threaded spindle and implementing this in the smallest possible space is just as brilliant today as it was 60 years ago.
- Robust design
- Relatively large lifting and moving forces can be accepted
- Special versions are possible for all environmental conditions and applications
The high-performance Screw jacks from the "Classic HMC" series are a further development of the "Classic MC" series and are specially matched to the dynamically demanding areas of use for which standard Screw jacks are unsuitable due to their simple construction.
- HMC drives have a housing shape that is optimised for cooling. The cooling fins allow better dissipation of the heat and a higher duty cycle can thus be achieved
- The worm gear runs in an oil bath, which dissipates the heat better and distributes it evenly throughout the entire drive
- The standard version has a self-inhibiting trapezoidal threaded spindle in a planetary milled precision version