Parts used in the assembly of mechanical systems.
Mechanical components used to reduce friction and carry loads for rotary or linear motion; include ball and roller bearings, plain bearings, sleeve bushings, and other configurations.
Power transmission products used to transmit rotary motion and/or change the input-to-ouput speed ratios.
Driveline components used to transmit and control power and relative motion between two rotating shafts.
Power transmission components using toothed sprockets and link chain matched in size and pitch.
Mechanical shaft-mounting components for transmitting motion between two shafts, locking or locating components, or as mechanical stops.
Components used to fasten or secure one part to another, such as screws, rivets, bolts, nuts, and clips.
Includes all power transmission gear types and reducers, geometry and materials, including English and metric designs.
Industrial hardware includes bumpers, drawer slides, eye nuts, eyebolts, flexible support arms, grommets, hoist rings, hooks, casters, handles, pulls, and other components manufactured for a specific capability or function.
Electrical resistance heaters or their internal elements; designed to provide an integrated thermal source for products or systems.
High durability hand tools for industrial assembly, cutting, forming or marking that are often automated or have monitoring capabilities.
Belts and pulleys, sprockets and chains, gears, and other drive components used to transmit power.
Mechanical devices used in static or dynamic applications to separate two liquids or gasses or prevent the ingress of contamination.
Mechanical products used to isolate or control the shock or vibration exerted on a component or assembly.
Solenoids convert electrical energy into linear or rotary mechanical work via a plunger with an axial stroke in either a push or pull action.
Mechanical elements that extend or retract and return to an unloaded position; includes extension, compression, torsion, air and gas springs.
Devices used to route signals by allowing or preventing the signal flow when in closed or open position.