W&O Supply Adds to Line

Wednesday, August 24, 2005
W&O Supply was selected as the exclusive U.S. marine distributor for QTRCO’s rack and gear actuators. By partnering with this automation services company, W&O Supply’s customers will receive direct access to the industry’s only rack and gear actuators, which withstand highly corrosive environments found in the marine industry. W&O Supply will offer a comprehensive inventory, highly competitive pricing, factory trained personnel and on site support from QTRCO representatives. QTRCO’s Q and QB Series 1/4 turn rack and gear actuators offer many benefits not found in traditional rack and pinion or scotch yoke actuators. Their low friction design decreases wear and increases cycle life, while simplifying maintenance procedures. The Q and QB Series actuators are constructed entirely of 316 stainless steel, which provides unsurpassed resistance to corrosion. QTRCO also offers the X Series, a rack and gear actuator, made of aluminum, as well as T Series “lunchbox” rack and pinion actuators for clients seeking less expensive alternatives.
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