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New Advanced Line Motors

Posted on 11 May, 2015

Today we updated the Deprag Advanced Line air motor catalogue. A few new high speed 20W and 30W motors as well as a lower speed 80W motor were added to the range.

Our Advanced Line of air motors has to be the most comprehensive range of low power motors on the market!

All Advanced Line pneumatic motors are fully sealed, have stainless steel bodies & spindles and most are ATEX approved for use in hazardous areas.

Click here for more information on high torque air motors and to download the catalogue.

Underground Impact Wrench Prices are up

Posted on 08 May, 2015

We have just updated the prices for our underground ready impact wrenches.  We know that the prices of our smaller tools are much higher than the “throw away” plastic tools that are on the market, but these are obviously not throw away tools.

The zinc alloy bodies guarantee a rugged, heavy duty, spark free tool with the peace of mind of having an ATEX approval to back you up, not just an “underground ready” statement.

In the long term our Deprag impact wrenches will save you money.

See the underground impact wrenches here

Hello world!

Posted on 24 Nov, 2014

Welcome to the Assembly Technologies P/L blog.

We are the Australian representatives for Deprag and Cengar products and commenced business in October 2006.  Deprag and Cengar are both small enough to be flexible and react to special requests as well as large enough to be competitive and to keep at the forefront of innovation in their fields.

Our Manager, Paul De Rossi has been product manager for Deprag and Cengar products since 1992 guaranteeing you expert product advise and service.

We look forward to keeping you up to date with new and interesting products and solutions through this blog.  We welcome any questions or criticisms, so please let us know what you think.