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Burr_Engineering  
730 E Michigan Avenue  
Battle Creek MI 49016
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Burr Engineering http://www.burractuators.com Burr Engineering has been designing and building linear actuators since 1960 from their production facilities in Battle Creek. Michigan. Whether you choose from our large selection of stock actuators or order units custom built to your specifications you will get products at competitive prices even in small quantities. Burr actuators feature die-cast aluminum power heads available in several gear ratios that will handle loads up to 4000 lbs. Motor voltages include 12 volt DC, 24 Volt Dc, 36 Volt DC, 110 volt AC, and 220 volt AC. Acme and ball screws are available. Burr Actuators replace most other brands and may be equipped with a variety of design options. Compact SeriesCapacities up to 1,000 lbs.₫Burr Engineering’s Compac Series of actuators have a proven history of reliability and dependability in a wide range of applications that include: construction equipment, off-road and agricultural products, seat mechanisms, air flow control equipment to name just a few. Three gear ratios combined with quality acme screws provide a wide range of speeds and capacities. HD SeriesCapacities up to 2,500 lbs. Burr Engineering HD-Series actuators have proven themselves time after time in a wide number of industrial and consumer applications. Three optional gear ratios combined with acme screw posts, as well as 3 optional acme nuts provide convenient flexibility in speed, capacity and life expectations. A SeriesCapacities up to 3,000 lbs. A-Series Actuators are Burr Engineering’s most powerful systems for demanding applications. This line provides dynamic capacities to 3000 pounds with static loading to 5000 pounds and is designed with either round 2.25 tubing or square 2.5 tubing. Gear ratios of 34:1 and 110:1 may be combined with acme screw posts.
   
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