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Halifax Rack and Screw Cutting Co. Ltd (United Kingdom)

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Halifax Rack and Screw Cutting Co. Ltd

Halifax Rack and Screw Cutting Co Limited was Established in 1953, HRS has become one of Europe’s largest specialist manufacturers and suppliers of gear racks, pinions, trapezoidal power screws, jackscrews, Acme feed screws and nuts, together with a full CNC machining facility. Initially founded to serve the precision machine tool industry, more recent diversification into many other industrial sectors has seen continuous growth with exports worldwide now achieving over 50% of turn over. HRS is a world renowned manufacturer of gear rack, pinions, leadscrews and nuts, produced to exacting standards with the highest quality controls using leading edge manufacturing techniques. Please contact us for more information on our capabilities or to receive a no obligation quotation.



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Department Industrial Engineering
Address -
Zip, City HD6 1QA West Yorkshire
Country United Kingdom
Name Halifax Rack and Screw
Email halifaxrackandscrew@gmail.com
URL https://halifaxrs.com/


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