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.
Nexen 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.
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