Fabricated, Built-Up & Cast Slip Rings

Fabricated, Built-Up & Cast Slip Rings

Our craftsmen will engineer hand-built slip rings up to 400mm diameter. Facilities include the fabrication of units from DMC insulation and SRBF, built-up units using insulated steel hubs and heat expanded rings, and all types of re-building, re-insulating and repairing of slip ring units.

These slip rings can be supplied with the required brush holders and brushes.

For those trying to replace a worn out or broken slip ring, BGB Technology offers very competitive and fast service along with our reputation for quality and attention to detail also ensure a quick turn around when modifying standard units or hand-building slip rings when spares are no longer available.
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