Leading engineering and manufacturing business Power Jacks helped to get the show on the road when a top European car manufacturer wanted to stage a spectacular UK launch for a new model. Power Jacks engineers had just three weeks to devise and deliver a custom-built system for a stunning showcase that would tour major shopping centres up and down the country.
Leading engineering and manufacturing business Power Jacks has released a new online brochure showcasing the features and attributes of one of its flagship product lines. The brochure, produced in English and German, details the specifications and configurations of Power Jacks’ C-Series and S-Series screw jacks.
EMA is an abbreviation for Electro Mechanical Actuator, which consists of either a trapezoidal or ball lead screw, driven by an electric motor through spiroid gearing. The screw converts the rotary motion into linear movement. As the screw rotates, the nut extends and retracts the ram, which is attached to the load.
The First Minister today said that Aberdeenshire company Power Jacks’ global success was ‘contributing significantly to the Scottish export industry and should lead the way for other firms in this country.
Power Jacks is entering a new era as we complete the move to our new multi-million pound headquarters. Years of careful planning and many months of hard work and application will culminate in the formal relocation into our new Ellon facility on Monday, June 6 2011.
World-leading engineering and manufacturing company Power Jacks has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade. The internationally-recognised awards are the UK’s most prestigious accolades for business performance.
Innovative engineering and manufacturing business Power Jacks has broadened its product portfolio for domestic and international markets with the launch of a new screw jack series.
Wimbledon Centre Court can now play on with the installation of a new moving roof locked in place by Power Jacks!
In January 2004, The All England Lawn and Tennis Club announced plans to build and construct a fully retractable and weatherproof roof over its famous Centre Court in readiness for the 2009 Wimbledon Championship.