Solutions in Motion
Industry Leader in Pneumatic & Hydraulic Industrial Machinery Automated Components
Our Product Range
Air Over Oil Intensifiers
Boost braking torque 5 to 36:1 using shop air pressure as your source
Caliper Disc Brakes
Stop, hold and maintain tension with quality Branham brakes - many service types
Pneumatic Linear Actuators
Widest selection of ISO compact rod and rodless cylinders for your application
Right Angle Gearboxes
Hollow & shafted bore helical, spiral bevel and worm gearboxes made in U.S.A.
Need Custom Made Parts?
We pride ourselves in creating whatever our customers require. We excel at developing custom products in line with the latest technological trends.
Our custom products are designed, engineered, and developed for clients at our factory locations, with our best resources to deliver only the highest quality finished parts.
As an engineer you solve for the unknown. But what happens when you hit a dead end? All at once, you need a very specific solution and a very specific product — yesterday.
We at Branham listen. We ask questions. We solve your problem quickly, delivering your product in short order — even if we have to custom design something exclusive to your application.
Relying on elemental design, quality components, and decades of expertise, we work with you to source or manufacture just what you need. You go from solving for the unknown to solving for good.
What Our Clients Say
We have received our shipments from you and sold ½ of it already. I have to say that I am totally impressed with the high level of quality of the calipers. They are absolutely beautiful.Gerry L. Smithfield NSW
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