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Linear Rail Systems

Haydon Kerk offers both motorized and non-motorized linear rails, guides and splines that deliver enhanced system stability, high positional accuracy, low friction and long life for a variety of linear motion applications.

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    Slide Guided Rail Systems

    Haydon Kerk slide guided rails are available in the largest breadth of sizes and types, many are available in motorized, non-motorized and guide only solutions for precision positioning. These value-priced assemblies are available in four different series of rail types, RGS, RGW, WGS, LRS and SRA/Z, each having different capabilities. Slide guided rails are available up to 2.4 meters (8 ft) in length, with a wide selection of leads yielding a load capacity range from 67N (15 lbs) to 445N (100 lbs).

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    Linear Rails with Recirculating Ball Slide

    BGS ball guided systems utilize a precision lead screw driving a carriage mounted upon a precision ball slide. This structure results in the most rigid and precise slide with excellent roll, pitch, and yaw characteristics. BGS rails are all motorized with an external hybrid actuator directly coupled to the lead screw. BGS load capacity ranges from 100N (22 lbs) to 1000N (225 lbs).

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  • Spline Shaft Guide
    Mini Motorized Slides

    Compact, low profile mini slides save engineering time. Perfect for small lab, medical equipment and optical stage applications.

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  • Spline Shaft Guide
    Linear Guide Element

    Kerk® Splines and Guide Rails and Bushings deliver high precision & stability, low friction and long life for a variety of linear motion applications. These are excellent economical alternatives where hex shafts and high-cost ball splines are typically used.

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