Carter Manufacturing Ltd
Unit 7, Isis Court, Wyndyke Furlong
Abingdon Business Park
Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 1DZ
Company Categories: Cryogenic Equipment Manufacturer, Cryogenic Equipment Supplier
Company Description: Since 1999, Carter Manufacturing Limited has been providing revolutionary ideas in motion, starting with the European distribution agreement for Carter Manufacturing Inc products (cam followers), from which the name was adopted. The company has now grown its product portfolio to a range that services many specialist worldwide customers with bearings, bearing assemblies and linear products.
Carter Manufacturing have exclusive European Master Distributor status for Carter Manufacturing Inc, Silverthin Precision Thin Section Bearings, ISISZ International, KMS and also have agreements in place with specialist premium manufactures IBC, THK & Unitec. We are certified to ISO 9001:2008 incorporating the Aerospace requirements AS9120 Rev A, ensuring that products carry full traceability.
Over time Carter Bearings has proven to cryogenic and research industry our ability to bring concepts from the drawing board through to realised products that function in applications previously thought of as to difficult for rolling element bearings. Whether it is for mirror mounts, vacuum rotary table assemblies, sample manipulators or beam line choppers, Carter Manufacturing Limited, has provided and continues to provide solutions to ever more complex engineering requirements.
Apart from the special environment ceramic and hybrid bearings, ISISZ brand also offers split thin section bearings, light weight slewing bearings, high temperature bearings and aerospace bearing tools.
Ceramic materials have been proven to be an invaluable resource when conventional bearings are unable to perform. Whether it’s an issue with lubrication, speed or incompatibility of material, there is a ceramic or hybrid bearing capable of providing a solution. With their unique properties ceramics can be used in a variety of applications where conventional materials reach their limits. They have been used widely throughout a host of nuclear, vacuum, cryogenic, high speed, insulating, semiconductor and non-magnetic applications.