Heason Technology was originally founded in 1982 and was a subsidiary of the German/Japanese zero backlash gear system manufacturer. In 1994 a MBO allowed us to broaden our product offering to the UK market whilst continuing to underwrite our strengths and core expertise in precision motion control. We have carefully added a few select global brands to our portfolio to bring a complementary range of precision motion products to the UK through an experienced distribution channel.
Not only do we sell the components that are showcased on our website but much of our business comes from engineering these products into customer specific motion control solutions. Offerings range from mechanical actuators through to complete motion control systems. This places us into an enviable and unique position in having unrivalled product and system application knowledge.
In 2007 Heason Technology joined the Variohm Holdings Group and has continued to grow and prosper through this period. Our customers have both the developed expertise of our staff and the assurance that products and services supplied to them are of the highest possible standard from top global manufacturers.
Based from a modern purpose-built facility in South-East England, we have continued to expand with a 10,000 square feet manufacturing facility featuring a high grade clean room, a demonstration suite and extensive warehousing. Our highly experienced sales application team provide pan-European coverage backed with extensive in-house motion engineering support including sophisticated 3D CAD and Motion Simulation Software.
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Heason Technology at the Engineering Design Show 2018 – Stand G74
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