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Abstract:
Noliac has given birth to a line of products: Ceramic shear plate actuators (CSAP), which are based on the Noliac Group's advanced piezo technology.

New Noliac family of shear actuators

Denmark | Posted on June 22nd, 2008

Based on the piezoelectric shear mode, Noliac's shear actuators can be made more compact and have higher resonant frequencies than conventional piezo actuators. In addition, their low capacitance results in reduced power requirements for a given generated displacement in dynamic operation.

Shear actuators are used in numerous applications within e.g. nanopositioning, precision mechanics, active vibration cancellation, semiconductor manufacturing and testing.

Advantages of Noliac‚s CSAPs:
Large stroke for a very compact design
High resonant frequency (fast response)
Symmetrical operation
Low capacitance
Non magnetic
Operation at low temperature

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About Noliac A/S
The Noliac Group presents a unique proficiency in the field of piezoelectric technology.

We design, develop and manufacture the total range of piezoelectric products - from powders to mono- and multilayer components and all the way to finished plug-and-play applications.

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Lotte Beck
Phone: +45 49125030

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