About us

Binacchi firm starts in 1975 working as a turning lathe factory on behalf of a third party, with 10 workers and occupying a ground of 500 square meters. In 1980 the assembling of an own production is starting, with total workers’ number raised to 15: the new products are PTO drive shafts for agricultural machinery. Meanwhile the factory keeps growing, and in 1990 it becomes a s.r.l. with 25 workers.

Today its sheds occupy a 5.000 square meters ground and 54 factory workers and 7 office employees are employed. 2002 proceeds of sales are € 5.142.000 for the foreign market and € 3.295.000 for Italian market.

“Competitivity, Quality and Service” are the weapons with which we intend to fight in today’s market. The products’ range is constantly being enlarged, updated and tested, in order to cope with requests from the international market that are growing more demanding day by day.

We aim at productivity and quality by means of:

- constant investment in introducing highly automated computer driven machines
- investment in keeping up-to-date professional knowledge of employees
- constant modernization of hardware and software tools used for administrative/commercial/production planning purposes

Present range of products comprises:

- complete PTO drive shafts mostly for agricultural machinery
- joints and double joints for industrial or agricultural applications
- joints “on demand” for different types of agricultural machines
- safety devices, such as overrunning clutches, ratchet torch limiters, friction clutches and shear bolt clutches
- accessories: reductions, bushes, splined bars, hubs
- safety guards for PTO drive shafts marked with ‘CE’ homologation
- safety cones with ‘CE’ homologation
- components and spare parts for PTO drive shafts: cross bearings, tubes, yokes, etc.

Our PTO drive shafts have ‘CE’ homologation, obtained from qualified ICEPI institute, for the whole european market. Furthermore we have also a specific homologation for supplying shafts to Poland.

Binacchi products match safety standards of countries throughout the world, comprising the United States, whose market absorbs 20% of the production.