Manufacturing the world’s best Ball Units   Since 1939

Made in the UK | Est. 1939
Made in the UK | Est. 1939

News & Press

New Alwayse website launched
14/09/2015

In order to support our commitment to provide ‘best in class’ service for our customers we have launched our new website which features a product selector, ball unit identifier and downloadable catalogue and datasheets. Read more »

Bespoke Units - Problem Solved
04/08/2015

Alwayse Engineering has today announced its latest release of literature: Bespoke Ball Transfer Units – An Introduction. Part of the ever increasing series of informative guides to Ball Transfer Units, the document gives an overview of Alwayse Engineering’s capability in the research, design, manufacture and testing of bespoke solutions within engineering applications.    Read more »

Mini-Units - Small But Perfectly Formed
10/06/2015

When precision truly matters Alwayse Mini-Units allow accurate positioning of materials and equipment with ease of movement in any direction. Read more »

New 888 Series Unit Launched
20/01/2015

ALWAYSE Engineering, the leading manufacturer of Ball Units for Air Cargo applications has today announced the launch of the 888 Series Unit. Featuring a completely new design… Read more »

Quality Testing

Quality Testing

ALWAYSE Engineering is quality registered to ISO 9001 and has a rigorous policy of testing, utilising our specially designed test equipment.

Case Studies

Case Studies

ALWAYSE Ball Units are used in many different industries. Take a look at some recent applications.

Catalogue

Catalogue

Download the latest ALWAYSE catalogue by clicking the link below

What is the Ball Unit Identifier?

The Alwayse Ball Unit Identifier allows you quickly identify suitable units based on 2 key criteria. By choosing from the options listed you will be given a variety of ball transfer products which meet your needs.

If you know the Alwayse part number enter it and you will be taken directly to the appropriate information. You can also enter other companies’ part numbers to find the Alwayse equivalent.

Fixing Method

Choose the appropriate fixing for your application if known.

Load Capacity

Choose the maximum load capacity required. Please note that these are for a load up orientation. For load down or other orientations please note that the maximum load capacity may be reduced.

More Information

Ball Unit Identifier

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