Stainless steel roller pinion line

Nexen Group has added stainless steel racks to its roller pinion system to make them corrosion-resistant, making it ideal for the food and chemical industries.

06/28/2013


Nexen Group has added stainless steel racks to their roller pinion system to make them corrosion-resistant, making it ideal for the food and chemical industries. Courtesy: Nexen GroupNexen Group, Inc., has expanded its Roller Pinion System (RPS) by adding a full line of stainless steel racks, which adds corrosion resistance to help ensure a solution for linear motion applications. Compared to former models, the stainless steel RPS can offer twice the load and life capacity while maintaining similar corrosion-resistant properties.

Nexen’s stainless steel RPS is designed for a variety of applications including food packaging, semiconductors and clean room industries have proven that Nexen’s stainless steel roller pinion system is the perfect solution for demanding applications.

Nexen Group Inc.

www.nexengroup.com 

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