Modular System Design
Custom-Designed For Precise Needs

As well as supplying screw jacks, bevel gearboxes and linear actuators individually or collectively, we also specialise in modular system design.

These are custom actuation solutions built in any formation or dynamic requirement you need.

Whether it's a conveyor or specialist lifting platform, our experienced team will walk you through the design process.

Meet the mini cubic screw jack
Modular Screw Jack System

What do you mean by 'modular'?

It means all product components are designed to work in isolation as well as integrating into larger systems.

Similar to building a train set, you can link any number of screw jacks together with drive shafts and bevel gearboxes to form a single a synchronised unit.

Create compact or expansive systems, with the option to reformat or easily extend layouts if needed.

Build Your System Now

Use the Kelston Screw Jack System Builder tool to determine suitable screw jacks and drive motor parameters tailored to the application you are designing.

For more advice and guidance on creating a bespoke system layout contact our design team today on 0117 947 3100.

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Modular Screw Jack System

Screw Jack CAD Configurator

Select specifications for your desired screw jack and then download free CAD models to integrate into your designs.

Learn about CAD configuration

Screw Jack System Builder

Use the Kelston Screw Jack System Builder to determine suitable screw jacks and drive motor parameters tailored to your specific application

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Request A Free Mini Cubic Prototype

The Mini Cubic Screw Jack is our most popular screw jack model in the range. While it measures just 50x60x50mm, it is intelligently-designed to lift load sizes of up to 2.5kN!

To get a feel for the design and build quality of Kelston Actuation products, request a free prototype model of the Mini Cubic Screw Jack today.

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Request a Free Mini Cubic Screw Jack

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