URANIA is synonymous with basketball in Milan since 1952. For over 60 years, basketball, sports and entertainment in Milan. It was 1952 when the founder of Urania, away in Lexington where the headquarters of the University of Kentucky in the United States, saw the “wildcat” on elegant blue uniforms and red of the famous university [...]continue . . .
BLDC flat motors are the ideal solution for many applications due to their compact, flat design (32mm diameter; length <18 mm). In the new 32BLW motors (8 poles design), the permanent magnets are located on the external rotor which rotate around the internal stator with the windings. In addition to the shorter design, the advantage [...]continue . . .
Fulling Motor is launching two new brushless, three-phase motors onto the market: 57BLSH40 and 57BLSH60. These two products are increasing the already wide range of Fulling Motor BLDC motors. These squares, 57 mm motors offer torque up to 0.6 Nm and reaching a power of 188 W.continue . . .
Dear Customer, The new plant of Fulling Motor has been completed. The detailed address is #69 Kunlun Road, located in the north of old factory, just 3 minutes’ drive. The area of new plant is 3 times larger than original one, up to 18,000 square meters. We decided to move to the new plant from [...]continue . . .
The new Catalog is now available This catalogue is an essential tool for all the electro/mechanical R&D engineers as it shows the detailed range of stepper and brushless motors which attract a very competitive price. The excellent size/torque performance ratio of these motors allows for very accurate positioning and repeatability of position on all the [...]continue . . .
ISO 14001:2004 sets out the criteria for an environmental management system and can be certified to. It does not state requirements for environmental performance, but maps out a framework that a company or organization can follow to set up an effective environmental management system. It can be used by any organization regardless of its activity [...]continue . . .