GMT High Speed Chucks are designed to rotate at high speeds on CNC lathes.
Power Operated Chucks (PS) :These chucks without through bore can be used as a replacement for manual chucks on a conventional lathe to increase the productivity. These can be actuated by hydraulic, pneumatic or electro- mechanical actuators.

The actuating unit imparts a linear motion of the wedge is transformed to radial movement of base jaws. This transformation provides a mechanical advantage of 1:4. This ensures a minimum of 1:2 mechanical advantage after providing for internal losses, self locking effect and losses in gripping power at high speed. download data

Power Operated High Speed Chucks (PHNC) : these chucks With Through Bore are designed to rotate at high speeds on CNC lathes. The compact construction of the PHNC Chucks offer further advantage of less weight and low inertia which have positive influence on the dynamic effect of CNC machine spindle.

These chucks have a large through bore and are therefore suitable for bar work. The weight of the base jaws and top jaws are reduced in these chucks. This not only reduces the mass but also lowers the centre of gravity, thus minimizing centrifugal losses.download data

Replacement for Kitagawa Chucks (PHNC-K) : We have been a manufacturer and supplier of chucks for more than 5 decades in India. We have supplied over 55000 chucks to the Indian Manufacturing Industry. This has provided us with a valuable insight into the usage, maintenance and replacement of workholding products. Many a time we have come across GMT and imported chucks being replaced by cheaper brands. This leads to a loss of quality production and money in the long run. GMT PHNC-K can be used to replace your existing Kitagawa chucks.

Power Operated High Speed Chucks (PHCNC) : These high speed chucks with through bore ideal for high speed machining with centrifugal compensation and less gripping force loss. GMT has designed a chuck to take care of the problems arising out of heavy centrifugal loss. The design is such that the clamping force is very near to that of static clamping force, even at very high speeds. The base jaws are connected to counter weight by means of levers whereby the centrifugal losses arising due to very high speeds is compensated. download data