Revolving joint – description

A revolving head or joint is a device which permits the transmission from a fixed structure to a rotating one. The revolving joint is created to bear a wide range of temperatures and forces, even in hostile contexts.

A revolving joint can also be called mechanical rotating joint or rotating head.

Where  are  they  used?

Rotating heads can be used for a wide range of purposes (in small or large sizes) in different areas, such as lifting equipment, perforation machines, drilling machines, in the petrochemical industry, etc.

Revolving joints are high-quality produced components assuring safety when in use and long-lasting.

Rotating Heads produced by M.A.

M.A. Lavorazioni metalmeccaniche (M.A. Metalworking processing) produces rotating heads weighing 13, 15, 18, 20, 25, 32, 40 and 50 tonnes. Furthermore, customised sizes in accordance with the client’s design are available, and they can also be modified.