We are pleased to offer SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS OF SALE below, the following NEW to be built spiral pipe mill for your consideration:
ONE (1) BYARD 3000PW API SPIRAL WELD PIPE MILL
The Byard 3000API PW Spiral Weld Pipe Mill is the latest Generation Spiral Mill designed and constructed by Byard Ltd. As the World's leading supplier of Spiral Pipe Mills we are continually involved in upgrading and refining our spiral pipe making technology.
Byard have supplied over 60 Byard Spiral Pipe Mills worldwide over the past 40 years.
The Byard 3000API PW Spiral Pipe Mill is the world’s leading Spiral Pipe Mill and features many high quality components and advanced technological features not normally available on standard Mills. These include a maximum strip width (2,000mm), Lincoln Powerwave Tandem welding systems, Meta-Vision-Byard Laser weld guidance system, High Power Flender Motox-N Gearboxes, and the thickest strip capability (up to 25mm). All these improvements have lead to a significantly higher output capability and wider pipe manufacturing range.
As of March 2010 we have manufactured twenty-five Byard 2000T API Spiral Pipe Mills and have just completed the manufacture of the 5th Byard 3000 API spiral Mill. Each Mill has been upgraded and improved as we have installed and operated them.
Designed and built by Byard to exacting requirements the Byard 3000API PW will enable the purchaser to produce Spiral Weld Pipe to Internationally recognised standards such as API, AWWA, ASTM, British, ISO and DIN Standards.
Byard Ltd - Excellence in Spiral Pipe Making
As a long established company and World leader in Spiral Weld Pipe manufacture, the Byard Mill incorporates the unique experience, which can only be gained from a practical, first-hand knowledge of the spiral pipe manufacturing industry.
Byard 3000API PW Spiral Mill - Flexibility
Flexibility is a key element of the Byard 3000PW Spiral Mill Design philosophy. The Mill is designed to manufacture a very large range of pipe diameters and thicknesses. These are produced from steel coil up to 2,000mm wide and 40MT in weight. The Mill can also manufacture pipe from steel plate particularly in thicker wall thicknesses where plate is more commonly available. The Mill can also be operated with a minimum of labour, which can be trained by Byard within a two to four week period.
Note the Mill is manufactured in readily transportable sections enabling it to be moved from one location to another in standard vehicles or in 10 number 40ft containers.
Byard 3000 API PW Pipe Making Range
The Capability of the Byard 3000 API PW Spiral Pipe Mill can be summarised as follows;
Pipe Diameter Range 600mm - 3,200mm
Pipe Thickness Range 6mm - 25.4mm
Pipe Length 6m (min) - 20,0m
Strip Width Range 1,000mm - 2,000mm
Steel Grade upto X70 25mm as per Range Capacity Chart
Max Welding Speed upto 2,000mm/min at 8-10mm w/t. 54” Diameter pipe
As you can see the extensive range and capability of the Byard 3000 API PW Spiral Weld Pipe Mill enables our customers to make a very wide variety of pipe for many different applications.
Byard 3000 API PW Mill - Transportability
The Mill is constructed in sectional or modular form and can be easily dismantled and transported by standard 40ft open top Containers to another location. This means that it can be set up near a Project site and can therefore help to minimise pipe-shipping costs. This is particularly relevant in large diameters or long production runs. We have extensive experience of moving Pipe Mills to site and have supplied some of the world’s most technically challenging projects.
Byard Pipe Mills are readily adaptable, and have been sold to a wide range of pipe makers from the first time user too many of the world’s leading pipe makers. A detailed Reference list is available from our Sales Engineers.
Other Byard Pipe Making Equipment
Byard also supply other pipe making equipment such as Byard Hydrostatic Test Machines, which ensure that the pipes meet the relevant test pressure characteristics. We also supply API Pipe End Bevelling Machines, Pipe Expanders, Cross Seam Welding Stations, End Bevelling Machines, Entire Pipe Handling systems, Pipe Socketing Machine (Belling Press) which cold forms pipe sockets for water pipe per B.S. standards.
We would be pleased to provide you with a Technical Specification for any other equipment that you may require.
GENERAL MILL CONFIGURATION
The Byard 3000PW API Spiral Weld Pipe Mill is of a modular construction and is assembled into key stations. It can be readily dismantled, transported and reassembled, at a suitable site, to enable the economic production of pipes, with reduced transportation costs.
COIL DELIVERY BUGGIE AND COIL SUPPORT STATION
The Coil Receiving and Delivery Buggy are designed to receive a prepared coil upto 40MT from the overhead crane whilst the Mill is processing the previous coil. The Buggy is designed to carry a 40MT 2,000mm wide coil (max o/d Diameter 2,200mm, min i/d diameter 711mm). The Buggy driven by a Flender/Siemens geared motor.
Once the previous coil is processed the operator then drives the Buggy with the prepared coil and leading edge into the Feed-in rolls and Coil Sides Support and positioning Station. The two Coil Sides and then positioned using hydraulic cylinders.
The Coil Support Station Side Drums are positioned into the i/d of the coil and they then lift the coil from the Coil Buggy with the vertical cylinders. This then allows the operator to return the Buggy to the Park Position.
The Coil Sides then support and position the Coil and the coil leading edge is fed through to the Feed in Drive rolls.
During processing the Coil support drums can be moved by the vertical cylinders in the vertical plane to allow the coil to be pulled through the Flattening at an optimal height.
The Coil Support Station is designed to process coils from 1,000mm –2,000mm nominal width.
HELIX ANGLE POSITIONING SYSTEM
The Helix Angle Positioning system is located at the rear of the Mill and is securely fixed to the rear feed frame at one end, and it locates in an adjustable floor rail with the exact angles pre-set in the floor bar.
Variation of fixing position and actuation of the hydraulic cylinder allow positioning of the rear feed and front feed section as a homogeneous structure, to any helix angle between 45 and 82 degrees relative to the pipe formation section (the setting angle is determined by the size of pipe being manufactured and the width of steel coil being used).
PUSH DOWN ROLLER
The Push down roller, which is 200mm diameter, is positioned within the Feed-In frame just prior to the Feed-in Rolls. It is moved using two vertically acting 125 Bore cylinders and it is used to manipulate the leading edge of the coil into the Feed-In Rolls.
FEED-IN DRIVE STATION
The Feed-in Drive Station features two machined and flame hardened feed in rolls which are 325mm diameter. They are individually driven by two FLENDER MOTOX 7,5KW Gearboxes and the clamping force is provided by two Hydraulic cylinders. The Feed-in Rolls are designed to grip the incoming coil and feed it through the Flattening station to the Coil Joining Station.
PRIMARY FEED-IN 3 ROLL BENDING
A primary 3 number roll bending station will be located just after the Feed-in Rolls to initially flatten the incoming coil prior to the coil joining station. This will feature 3 number 325mm diameter rolls with two hydraulic cylinders and side guide rollers to guide the strip.
COIL JOINING STATION
The Coil Joining (or butting) Station is designed to butt-weld the processed coil to the incoming coil. It features a movable Carriage, with a three way clamping system with 6 hydraulic cylinders positioned by a 700mm stroke cylinder on four HIWIN HGW55 linear bearings for accurate positioning.
Once the Mill has been stopped for the Coil Change the carriage is positioned and the hydraulic clamping beam activated. The processed coil tail is then cut-off using the Hypertherm HT2000LHF plasma cutter.
The incoming coil tail is then fed into the Cross Butt clamping beam and the incoming edge is then cut using the same plasma system to ensure a square cut. The two coil ends are then brought together and clamped over a Copper Backing Bar to allow them to be welded.
The two coils are then welded together using a Lincoln DC/AC Powerwave 1000SD system coupled with a Lincoln TC3 welding carriage. The flux is delivered and recovered using a Weld-engineering flux management system.
Once the two coils are butt welded together the clamps are released and the Mill can be started.
MAIN FLATTENING STATION
The Flattening Station is designed to flatten the incoming coil so that it is suitable for the manufacture of high quality pipe. It features 7 number machined and hardened flattening rolls. The three lower rolls are set to a predetermined pressure by 6 number 230mm Bore High capacity cylinders which flatten the incoming coil.
Within the Flattening Station there are two sets of Coil Side guides which are designed to keep the coil in the correct position before and after the flattener. These are positioned with mechanical screw-jacks on the fixed side and hydraulic cylinders in the other side.
PRE AND POST EMM SIDE GUIDES
After the Cross Butt Station and before the EMM and after the EMM there are two Coil side guides, with a screw-jack and hydraulic cylinder positioning to ensure that the coil is properly restrained and guided correctly both before and after the EMM.
BYARD 2000/45 EDGE MILLING MACHINE
The Byard 2000/45 Edge Milling Machine is a critical component of the Spiral Process, in order to manufacture consistent high quality pipes the coil edges must be edge milled to ensure a consistent welding edge profile which ensure a high quality weld at all times.
The Byard EMM is a very robust machine and is designed to mill upto 20mm from each side and is set to ensure a consistent width of coil and edge preparation is processed through the formation.
The Milling Cutter Heads are mounted on a specially designed sliding head arrangement which ensures accurate positioning of EMM head.
The EMM heads are designed to use negative milling technology (ie with the plate direction) they are fast change Heads 460mm diameter with 24 insert holders with specialist carbide tip Milling cutter heads (supplied by KORLOY the world’s leading manufacturer of Milling Cutter heads and Carbide milling inserts).
The Standard Byard 3000 Mill supply package includes 2 L/H and 2 R/H Milling cutter heads to allow the second set to be checked and re-tooled whilst the Mill is in operation.
The EMM Sliding Heads feature height copying and are driven by 45KW Siemens/Flender EF148 Motor Gear-boxes and GATES GT2 High Torque Belt driven motors, for low vibration and longer tool life.
The milling cutter swarf/chips are removed from the heads by a specialist conveyor system supplied by Mayfran and deposited in the swarf bin (not supplied).
The EMM heads are positioned by high quality HIWIN HGW 55 linear bearings with Flender Siemens motorised lead-screws which have digital positioning indicators to control and indicate the position of the heads.
The Main Drive Rollers, which are positioned immediately after the Edge Milling station, provide the main drive power and torque to drive the steel strip/plate at pre-determined and constant speed into the pipe formation section and so form the pipe..
The main drive comprises of a Forged machined and flame hardened top and bottom drive roll, which are machined with a specially designed central crown to ensure an even and full distribution of power across the strip and reduce plate creep.
The two Main Drive Rollers are 600mm in diameter and are mounted in TIMKEN spherical roller bearings and substantial housings. Each drive is powered through a Flexible Gear Coupling.
Two independent Main Drive gearboxes power the top and bottom rolls of the main drive. These are high efficiency FLENDER parallel helical geared motor units with AC electric motors and forced cooling fans. Each gearbox is powered with a 45KW AC motor and is capable of up to 240,000NM torque. The Main Drives are controlled with 80A VF Parker digital drives situated in the main panel and controlled from the Operators Console.
The drive rolls feed the strip through at varying speeds from 0mm to 3,000mm per minute. Drive Roll pressure is applied by 250mm Bore Hydraulic cylinders attached to each side of the top drive roll, operated from the floor mounted Operators Console. Drive pressure is adjustable and is indicated on the Main control Panel.
MAIN DRIVE AND MILL ELETRICAL AND CONTROL SYSTEM
The main drives and associated electrical/electronic components are housed in steel, forced ventilated cabinet. The Cabinet can be sited in any convenient location within reasonable proximity to the Spiral Weld Pipe Mill. (The Mill main electrical supply is fed directly to this cabinet). The Mill is controlled by an Allen Bradley system.
The Byard Pre-bending Unit is a prerequisite for all API applications to pre-bend the edge of the plate prior to Forming to eliminate the possibility of so called Bamboo effect which can occur in certain diameter/thickness/grade situations.
It is located immediately after the Main drives and is designed to pre-bend the edge of the incoming strip prior to forming/welding. The pre-bender utilises a specially designed set of edge set rolls which are positioned and maintained by a series of heavy duty vertical and horizontal screw-jacks.
INFEED STRIP GUIDES
These are located immediately after the Pre-bender and prior to the Formation Station. The Infeed Strip Guides use Hydraulic cylinders to ensure the incoming strip is maintained at the correct level as the strip is fed into the Formation Station. A set of Side guides are also located at this station also to ensure the incoming strip is restrained prior to formation thus avoiding any risk of plate creep and associated problems.
BYARD 3000 PIPE FORMATION STATION
The all new Byard 3000 Pipe Formation Station has been totally redesigned to make the Formation of the Pipe much stronger, accurate and more stable. Byard have also modified the design to eliminate the need for Boom Bolts and the Formation Station is now located on a fully machined Base with machines slide-ways to allow the whole Solid Boom to be positioned with a motorised screw-jack to suit the specific strip width helix angle and diameter.
The Byard 3000 Pipe formation Station is a very substantial solid “C” clamp Forming Boom which is manufactured from a high tensile steel plate 250mm thick. This is further strengthened with a fabricated structure which is machined into a movable steel Boom and Table.
The whole structure is mounted onto a machined and fabricated sliding Base which allows the Formation Boom to move upto 700mm depending on the strip width used. The Boom is moved by a motorised screw-jack.
In order to achieve the precision 3 roll Bending necessary for spiral manufacture the Boom has three independent banks of rollers which are used to form the pipe:
The Front Set is mounted onto the formation Boom Table, under the incoming steel strip, these are positioned on a precision slide by screw-jacks and are all interconnected within the slide.
The second bank of rollers is mounted onto the Upper Boom section, above the incoming steel strip on the underside of the Boom. A series of special shims are easily inserted to achieve the desired pinch.
The third bank of formation rollers are mounted at an 18deg angle onto the Formation Table to allow them to be positioned as the pipe is formed. They are positioned by electrically powered jactuators.
All rollers are fitted with spherical SKF/TIMKEN roller bearings and held in forked mounts. The Rollers are adjusted to the helix angle of the incoming steel strip using small adjuster jacks.
The Whole Formation Table and Boom is mounted on the Formation Base using high strength machined slide-ways and is positioned with an motorised screw-jack for accurate positioning. Its position can be adjusted in accordance with the set-up.
A steel "invert" roller is provided under the strip seam, at the internal weld point. The Roller is controlled and positioned by a small remote joystick. The roller is securely frame mounted with manual and hydraulic adjustment of position, height and helix angle.
A critical the new Byard 3000 Formation Station is that the weld point is always in the same position and is located directly above the pivot point of the Pay-off tables. This is a critical aspect of the Byard 3000API PW Mill and ensures a consistent and accurate feed-back for gap control and Mill response.
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL WELDING SYSTEMS
(LINCOLN POWERWAVE 1000SD SYSTEMS)
The Byard 3000 Mill is supplied with Three sets of i/d and three sets of o/d Lincoln Powerwave 1000SD Rectifiers with Maxsa 19 Controllers and Maxsa 22 Feed Heads and complete with cables and weld heads.
The position of the welding heads are controlled by Byard SAF motorised precision slides which allow the welding head to be positioned in the X-Y-Z positions.
Meta-Vision BYARD i/d o/d Laser Seam Tracking
The Byard 3000 Mill incorporates the Meta Vision laser tracking systems within the Machine Control Allen Bradley systems to constantly monitor and control both the i/d and o/d weld positions.These ruggedised Laser guidance systems are an essential part of the Mill operation and welding control and help to eliminate operator error and allow the mill to be operated at a faster speed and with much lower welding defects. They ensure very accurate weld head positioning and optimum welding quality and consistency.
The o/d Lincoln Powerwave weld head and slides are positioned on a specially designed welding Beam which is an integral part of the Gates. The weld position can be easily and readily set with a wide range to accommodate the many strip width and helix angle positions.
Flux Management and Recovery System
The Byard 3000 Mill incorporates a fully integrated Dual (I/d and o/d) Max 5000 Flux Management systems with HPFR 3000-1200/1000 Heated Flux Hopper Separators which is supplied by Weld Engineering of the USA a worldwide specialist in Flux delivery, management and recovery systems. The Weld Engineering Mighty Max 5000 vacuum flux delivery and recovery systems are floor mounted in a convenient location to suit the equipment, whilst the flux feed is controlled from a pressurised hopper system (using compressed air @ 20 psi). The system includes a flux heating system and a magnet to remove any metallic particles.
Control of the "gap" between the incoming strip edge and the formed strip edge is controlled by joy-stick actuation of hydraulic cylinder attached to the Pay Off Table. This provides radial movement of the gate and pay off table sections to optimise the strip edge position prior to internal welding (The gate section and pay-off table when assembled, produce a single homogeneous structure).
BYARD 3000 GATE SECTION
The Byard 3000 GATE Section is a wholly newly designed section which provides the essential post formation pipe support to ensure the pipe is held rigidly to ensure a strong and firm Formation is maintained.
The Byard 3000 Mill’s Gate Station features a double Gate arrangement complete with 45 degree pipe support systems and upper and lower roller assemblies to guide and support the newly formed pipe through to the external weld location and subsequent pipe cut-off position.
The Gates and all rollers are adjusted remotely with Siemens D68 motorised precision lead-screws and are fitted with encoders for accurate positioning.
The gate height is controlled and adjusted from the operators console by means of precision lead screws with Siemens D68 electric motor drives attached.
Importantly the centre line of the Gates can also be adjusted with 200mm stroke screw-jacks, this innovation is important as it allows the Gates to be set up to control the pipe through the centre line of the pipe.
O/D Welding and Access Platform
The GATE SECTION has a specially designed O/D Welding and Access platform which is attached to the Gate Section and is movable to allow the platform to be sited accurately for every weld position/strip width/ diameter combination. An operator’s station is sited on the welding platform to allow access to set-up, maintain and monitor the welding equipment. This is accessed via a specially designed access walkway/step.
META LASER GUIDED O/D WELD TRACKING
The Meta Laser Tracking system ensures the o/d seam is tracked automatically so there is no need for an external weld seam operator. This improves speed, quality and consistency of the welding process and reduces operating costs.
PAY OFF TABLE
Once the Pipe has been formed and welded the finished pipe traverses through the Gate section and travels down the Pay-Off Table where it is supported and the Pipe Cut-Off is located.
The Pay-off Table features all new Pay-Off Table assembly which comprises of a number of multi-positioning lead-screws which allow the operator to quickly set the Pay-off table Rollers to the correct helix angle and central pipe position to suit the pipe.
The pay off table frame is mounted on heavy duty Pay-off table Castors, which allow radial positioning, by the gap control cylinder. The movement is achieved by the hydraulic system, which moves the pay-off table thus opening and closing the gap.
The standard Byard 3000PW Pipe Mill is supplied with a pay-off table capable of supporting Pipes up to 20m long. If the client requires a longer pay-off table then they can be supplied at additional cost in standard 12m sections.
100% ON-LINE GE KRAUTKRAMER USIP 40 10 CHANNEL ULTRASONIC TESTING SYSTEM WITH 6 Probes (OPTIONAL)
As part of the Supply Scope NWP will supply a 100% On line GE Krautkramer USIP 40 10 channel 6 probe Ultrasonic Test system which will test the weld seam in accordance with API standards. A detailed specification is attached to this Technical Specification, this supply includes the mechanical positioning and following device, water coolant supply system all electrical and mechanical parts.
BYARD HYPERTHERM HT2000LHF Plasma Pipe Cut Off System
When the pipe has reached the desired length, as pre-set by a sensor position switch mounted at the table end, the Byard Cut Off trolley is automatically energised and the cutting system automatically commences operation.
The plasma cutter system, which is mounted on a HIWIN HGW 55 and SAF Precision slides uses a special device to accurately follow the pipe.
The Cutting device carries the Plasma Cutting head of The Hypertherm HT 2000LHF Plasma cutting system supplied with the mill. This then activates and pierces the pipe and as the pipe rotates spirally down the table the plasma unit cuts the pipe square. Once the plasma has completed the cut an air-less cylinder automatically returns the Plasma Cutting head to the start position to await the next pipe.
BYARD PIPE ACCELERATOR
The Byard 3000 Mill is supplied with a Hydraulically operated (and driven) pipe accelerator which is automatically activated when the pipe is cut with the plasma unit above.
This separates the “just cut” pipe and accelerates it down the Pay-off Table to the Pipe Removal System.
BYARD 3000 PIPE REMOVAL SYSTEM
The BYARD 3000 PIPE REMOVAL SYSTEM is an all new and innovative design. Byard introduced this system to eliminate the vibration and backlash associated with the traditional throw-off arms design and provide a much more efficient and safe removal of the completed pipe.
In the new system a sensor automatically recognises the just cut-off pipe and activates specially designed lifting arms which are fitted directly to the Factory Floor (not Mill). The hydraulic cylinders raise the Lifting Arms and the pipe is lifted and removed from the Pay-off Table to the Pipe Storage Racks and thereafter for further processing. (Note the pipe storage racks are not part of the Byard 3000 Mill scope although we can provide technical information and designs for this separately).
AUXILIARY PLANT SYSTEMS
HYDRAULIC POWER SYSTEMS
The Byard 3000 Mill is supplied with 3 separate hydraulic power systems;
Main Drive and General Systems
The Main 11KW hydraulic power system supplies all the Hydraulic cylinders located at the various positions throughout the Feed-In Station of the Mill.
The Uncoiler system has its own 22KW Hydraulic power system which provides the power in a separate system specifically for the Uncoiler.
Pay-OFF Table and Pipe Removal System
A separate 15KW Hydraulic system is supplied for the Invert Roller, Pay-Off Table cylinder and Pipe Removal system.
The pump units and Hydraulic systems are supplied and fully fitted with all the motors, valves comprises of a dual pressure feed arrangement, this together with local pressure regulating valves allows the setting of individual cylinder working pressures at the various cylinder positions throughout the mill. All hydraulic valves used within the mill are standard Rexroth or Vickers components, which are readily available.
ELECTRICAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
The Byard 3000 Spiral Mill is supplied with advanced electrical control systems based on Allen Bradley plc’s. The system fully integrates the Meta Laser guidance systems and utilises two Allen Bradley systems which are directly linked for a common all Mill control system.
In this latest Byard 3000 Mill we have developed a fully integrated system with touch screen controls which are able to monitor and control all elements of the Mill from the Operators Console. This console has two 21” flat panel touch screen monitors with multi-page machine views. They are designed to allow the operator to monitor and control the Meta Laser systems, Lincoln Powerwave operations and almost all other Mill operations.
The Mill features 2 Main Control Panels (MCC), one sited at the Flattening Station which controls all elements of the Mill in the Uncoiler through EMM to Main Drive and the other all the elements from the Formation Table through the Pay-off table. This MCC also hosts the Meta Vision systems, flux recovery, Gates and Lincoln Powerwave controls.
Both the MCC’s and the Operator Control Panel are Air conditioned.
The Byard 3000 Mill is supplied with individual operator stations where appropriate and is supplied fully wired.
As part of the agreed contract between Byard and client, Byard will provide a list of recommended of spare parts and consumable spares. Byard will also provide all drawings for rollers and all major components to enable the client to manufacture the components themselves if preferred.
MANUAL (OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE (3 Copies off)
A comprehensive manual is supplied with each Spiral Weld Pipe Mill to include:
(i) Set up and operation of Mill manual which will be in English.
(ii) Electrical/hydraulic circuit details
(iii) Component lubrication requirements
(iv) List of local suppliers for proprietary equipment
(v) Detailed "spares" and operational drawings
SCOPE OF PIPE PRODUCTION CAPACITY
Range of Diameters and Thicknesses
The Byard 3000 Mill is capable of producing pipes from either flat steel plate or coil steel strip of various material grades and in a range of sizes and thicknesses as shown in the attached table.
As one can see the Mill is capable of many different thicknesses and diameters and provides the Engineer with a wide variety of choice.
Input Material Range
The width of steel coil or plate, which can be processed by the Mill, varies from a minimum of 1000mm (40”) to 2,000mm (80").
Steel coils of external diameter 2,200mm (88") and internal diameter 711mm 30” can be utilised up to a maximum weight of 40 Metric Tonnes.
Pipe lengths up to 20 metres can be produced with the standard pay-off table; other length requirements being satisfied by the addition of pay-off table extension(s).
Export packing into 11 – 40’ open top containers………………………………………………… US$6,600.00
INSTALLATION, COMMISSIONING AND TRAINING: Not Included in Price
• Twenty-five-percent (25%) with the purchase order;
• Twenty-five-percent (25%) three (3) month after issuance of the initial order;
• Forty-percent (40%) prior shipment;
• Five-percent (5%) on arrival of Byard engineers;
• Five-percent (5%) within thirty-days (30) after completion of installation, commissioning and training of customer operator(s).
• Seven(7) to eight (8) months from date of a confirmed purchase order and receipt of initial deposit
These temporary technical specifications are correct to the best of our knowledge, obtained from sources deemed reliable, and are
subject to change and amplification. All parts and accessories normally included when purchasing a new machine are not included
in this sale unless specifically detailed in this quotation. Machines which we offer for sale do not conform to OSHA standards.
Safety features, as required by OSHA, must be added by the purchaser before the machine is put into operation. However, it is your
responsibility to inspect the machine prior to the sale to confirm accuracy.
If you require additional information, please contact us.
Harold H. Hollander
318 Rosemary Road
Toronto, Ontario M5P 3E3 Canada
Tel: 1-416-489-8313 Fax: 1-416-489-9930
Crown Hollander Machinery Inc.
CROWN HOLLANDER MACHINERY INC.
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