Omnitrack Ball Transfer Units take the pressure in the Oil and Gas industry
Since 1958 Omnitrack have been developing and manufacturing ball transfer units (BTUs) for the Oil and Gas industry. Today Omnitrack’s BTUs are in operation around the world with most of the major Oil and Gas service companies using them in a variety of applications. The unique patented design of the inner table and the corrosion […]Read more
Omnitrack Ball Transfer Units Touch Down in American Football Stadium Construction
Omnitrack ball transfer units touch down in American Football Stadium construction! When a leading US construction contractor wanted to create a seamless soffit panel roof to go around the 3100ft (944.88m) perimeter of the new Dolphins’ stadium, they knew it wasn’t going to be an easy task. The suspended canopy was installed just over 180ft […]Read more
The key to smooth Aircraft Assembly
How Are Omnitrack Ball Units Used in Aircraft Assembly? Omnitrack invented the heavy-duty range of ball transfer units in 1954. The patented “endless track” design allows heavy loads to be conveyed smoothly and precisely at any angle. The aircraft industry has relied on Omnitrack ball units ever since, enabling smooth aircraft assembly. Ball units are […]Read more
Is there a minimum quantity for orders?
I only need a couple of units for a private project of mine – Is there a minimum quantity that I must order? No – and we want to keep it that way. At Omnitrack we do not believe in minimum order or minimum value charges and can deliver as few or as many units […]Read more
Special units for different applications?
I have an application that your standard units don’t fit into – What can I do? A better question to ask would be “What can we do?” As we are a family owned and run UK manufacturer of Ball Transfer Units and Movement Solutions, we may be able to design and produce one-off ‘special’ units […]Read more
What does ‘Shock Loading’ mean?
Whatever the nature of your business, you’ll be keen to avoid unnecessary damage, expense and dips in productivity. Shock loading can result in damaged equipment, diminished performance and costly replacements. If you’re working with ball transfer units, it’s important to understand what shock loading is, how it can impact operations and, most importantly, how you […]Read more
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