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Thomson is offering the Muli 0 worm-gear screw jack, designed to save space where the Muli and Jumbo 1-5 range cannot be used.

The jack provides powerful, reliable lifting and positioning in a compact form factor, suitable for materials handling, hydraulic replacement and complex positioning systems.

With housing dimensions of 60 x 50 x 50mm (L x W x H), the Muli 0 delivers a lifting force of 2.5kN, which enables its precision worm-gear and lead-screw technology to be used in more space-critical or complex multi-axis systems.

Muli worm-gear screw jacks are suitable for a range of applications where the lifting, lowering, tilting or rotating of loads is required.

The Muli 0 is available in axially shifting (optionally torsionally rigid) screw and rotating screw models.

The screw can be specified with a cost-effective trapezoidal thread or with high-precision ball screws and preloaded low-backlash options.

Worm-gear screw jacks are used for materials handling in plants, such as the printing and paper industry, automotive production, steelworks, hydraulic replacement, plant staging, medical engineering and packaging.

Long-term operating costs can be reduced by using electromechanical solutions that are based on an electric motor and worm-gear screw jacks.

Thomson worm-gear screw jacks are being used for solar tracking to dynamically align solar panels with the Sun, guaranteeing maximum energy output.

They are also used for wafer handling in the semiconductor industry.

High-precision ball-screw versions with specialised gearheads are being used for precision handling at space engineering facilities.

Through its Muli and Jumbo series, the company offers a worm-gear screw-jack range for the handling of loads ranging from 2.5 to 500kN.

All models are designed for compressive and tensile forces, as well as load-independent functions.

Their cubic housing design makes them easy to mount and the systems can be easily synchronised for multidimensional lifting and positioning systems using a range of accessories.

A selection of gearhead types and sizes allows substantial loads to be moved at high lifting speeds.

Standardised mounting parts and final fittings such as prepared flange holes enable straightforward mounting of motors, gearheads and rotary encoders.

Thomson worm-gear screw jack saves space

Thomson is offering the Muli 0 worm-gear screw jack, designed to save space where the Muli and Jumbo 1-5 range cannot be used.

The jack provides powerful, reliable lifting and positioning in a compact form factor, suitable for materials handling, hydraulic replacement and complex positioning systems.

With housing dimensions of 60 x 50 x 50mm (L x W x H), the Muli 0 delivers a lifting force of 2.5kN, which enables its precision worm-gear and lead-screw technology to be used in more space-critical or complex multi-axis systems.

Muli worm-gear screw jacks are suitable for a range of applications where the lifting, lowering, tilting or rotating of loads is required.

The Muli 0 is available in axially shifting (optionally torsionally rigid) screw and rotating screw models.

The screw can be specified with a cost-effective trapezoidal thread or with high-precision ball screws and preloaded low-backlash options.

Worm-gear screw jacks are used for materials handling in plants, such as the printing and paper industry, automotive production, steelworks, hydraulic replacement, plant staging, medical engineering and packaging.

Long-term operating costs can be reduced by using electromechanical solutions that are based on an electric motor and worm-gear screw jacks.

Thomson worm-gear screw jacks are being used for solar tracking to dynamically align solar panels with the Sun, guaranteeing maximum energy output.

They are also used for wafer handling in the semiconductor industry.

High-precision ball-screw versions with specialised gearheads are being used for precision handling at space engineering facilities.

Through its Muli and Jumbo series, the company offers a worm-gear screw-jack range for the handling of loads ranging from 2.5 to 500kN.

All models are designed for compressive and tensile forces, as well as load-independent functions.

Their cubic housing design makes them easy to mount and the systems can be easily synchronised for multidimensional lifting and positioning systems using a range of accessories.

A selection of gearhead types and sizes allows substantial loads to be moved at high lifting speeds.

Standardised mounting parts and final fittings such as prepared flange holes enable straightforward mounting of motors, gearheads and rotary encoders.

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