BRADBURYスリッター およびスリッター ライン

ID:377738
ブランド:BRADBURY
タイプ:スリッター およびスリッター ライン
年:1987
場所:アメリカ合衆国
価格:

スペック

Lower:77
ワークの最大幅:72 "
Upper:97
ワークの最大厚さ(インチ):0.135 "

72”, 40,000# right to left Bradbury Slitter

The Bradbury slitter is a 72” 40,000# capacity slitter that is equipped with all the items needed to slit a minimum coil size of .018 up to a max thickness of .135. The slitter was manufactured in March of 1987. I have laid out some of the main components and their specifications. There are also 2 scrap winders and lots of small miscellaneous items that come with the Bradbury slitter. When the Slitter was disassembled and moved from its previous location in 2015 it was working order.

1. .018-.135 max gauge
2. Max strip width 72”
3. Max coil weight 40,000#
4. Coil ID Range is 20” to 24”
5. Max OD on coil is 72” tall
6. Able to handle Cold Rolled, Hot Roll, P&O, Aluminized, and Galvanized
7. Line speed up to 300 FPM

Bradbury Coil Car Specifications…..
1. 40,000# lift capacity
2. 72” OD coil capacity
3. 76” width capacity
4. Full travel – the cart will touch the collapsed mandrel
5. V-Deck platform
6. Push button controls
7. Hydraulically powered from main drive

Bradbury Uncoiler specifications……
1. 40,000# lift capacity
2. 72” OD coil capacity
3. 76” width capacity
4. 20” to 24” mandrel expansion
5. Drag brake Tension controlled by the operator

Bradbury Head unit specifications…..
1. There is 2 heads.
2. The heads are equipped with a 7” Keyed arbor.
3. There is 80” of face on the arbors
4. Interchangeable head design
5. 15 H.P. A.C. drive for threading coils
6. Knife Range is 11” - 13” max OD
7. 1 set of knifes and rubbers included.

Bradbury Recoiler specifications….
1. 75 H.P. drive motor- with gear reduction
2. 80” drum, hard chrome plated
3. 20” to 20 ¼ “ mandrel expansion
4. Hydraulic gripper bar
5. Overarm separator

詳細

The Bradbury slitter is a 72” 40,000# capacity slitter that is equipped with all the items needed to slit a minimum coil size of .018 up to a max thickness of .135. The slitter was manufactured in March of 1987. I have laid out some of the main components and their specifications. There are also 2 scrap winders and lots of small miscellaneous items that come with the Bradbury slitter. When the Slitter was disassembled and moved from its previous location in 2015 it was working order.