Steering Technology

Bishop Steering Technology developed and commercialized advanced automotive steering technology dating back to the early 1950s when Dr. Bishop developed variable ratio steering in the form of an hour glass worm for integral steering box. This design went into production Jaguar Mk X 4.2 in 1964.
Dr Bishop’s work in hydraulic power steering valve started in 1960, when he commenced the design of a slotting machine capable of machining rotary valve sleeves in one piece to the required degree of accuracy.

Since these early days, Bishop continuously came up with new design for steering gear and testament to the success of Bishop’s technology is its usage in passenger cars, commercial vehicles and racing cars by leading vehicle manufacturers and racing teams.

Rack & Valve

Racing Steering Gear