BYARD CL2000/25파이프 밀

ID#:307126
상표:BYARD
모델:CL2000/25
형태:파이프 밀
판매자:판매자가 누군지보기 ...
위치:캐나다
가격:

투기

Lower:17
파이프 직경:2,540 mm
Upper:37
무게:210 Tons

ONE (1) BYARD MODEL CL2000/25 457MM – 2540MM x 25.4MM SPIRAL WELD PIPE MILL - IN PLANT UNDER POWER

TEMPORARY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AS PER OEM:
INTRODUCTION:
The Byard Spiral Weld Pipe Mill enables the customers Tubes & Pipes business to operate to best world practice in the manufacture and supply of large diameter, heavy wall submerged arc-welded pipe to an extensive cross section of industry.

The Spiral Weld Pipe Mill produces the most demanding of products including heavy wall high strength linepipe and associated mother pipe for bends, conductor pipe and carrier pipe for the energy industries, process pipe for refinery work, pressure pipe for water supply and sewage disposal and tubular piling for jetties and berthing dolphins.

This mill is capable of producing pipe ranging from 457mm dia. (18¡±) to 2540mm dia (100¡±) and in wall thickness from 5.0mm up to 25.4mm, in steel grades up to API 5L X70.
Advantages to customers include:
a. extensive size range - the ability to supply non-standard diameters by arrangement;
b. steel grade up to API 5L X70;
c. critical offshore application capabilities;
d. up-to-the-minute welding technology offering single welding system;
e. state-of-the-art on-line computerized seam tracking system;
f. lengths of pipe up to 30 meters + if required (optional at on site manufacture by purchaser at additional cost); and
g. on-line Ultrasonic Inspection System (optional from Sofratest – France at additional cost).
Machine Description:
This Spiral Weld Pipe Mill has been designed to produce Spirally Welded Pipe from coils of steel strip in a stepless range of diameters as described below: -

To manufacture pre-determined pipe diameter, the Feed Table is moved to the correct helix angle in relation to the Formation Table. The steel coil is unwound initially using the ancillary coil feed-in rollers until steel strip is fed through straightening rollers, which flattens the strip in order to pass through the Feed Table to the main drive rollers. Two direct shaft mounted gearboxes power the main drive rolls with electric motors for drive transmission.

Once the main drive rollers have taken over from the ancillary coil feed-in unit, this unit is disengaged to allow the main drive rollers to drive the steel strip through to the Formation Table. The strip is controlled laterally by a series of side guide rollers and in the vertical plane by top and bottom nylon slide assemblies, which are positioned as close as possible to the strip edges.

Before the strip feeds through the Formation Table, the rollers on the Formation Table are adjusted to the same helix angle as that of the Feed Table and the strip thickness is compensated for by lifting or lowering the boom. The strip is driven through the formation table rollers where it is formed into required diameters of pipe by pre-setting the front and rear buttress rollers to the required position. These buttress rollers are adjusted laterally by jacuators and can easily be moved in or out to increase or decrease the diameter of pipe.

The initial formed pipe is hand tacked, until the pipe is driven through the first and second gates rollers, when automatic welding will commence.

Two Automatic Sub-merged Arc welding heads are mounted, one internally and one externally, to enable simultaneous welding to take place on internal and external spiral weld seam as pipe is formed. A further Automatic Sub-merged Arc welding head is mounted onto a transverse travel bogey which welds the new leading edge of coil to the tail of the preceding coil to give continuity of operation.

Once welding has commenced, the pipe size is controlled by the gap control operator who can control the size of the pipe by opening or closing the weld seam to form a graded step effect in an up or down configuration. Once mill has settled in, the gap position is usually held in a flat and level condition.

The pipe travels through the Gate Table where it is controlled whilst the external welding operation is carried out. The pipe travels down the Pay Off Table and once length of pipe is manufactured, a pre-set plasma pipe cut off unit, consisting of four hydraulically operated duthane rubber wheels, are raised to come into contact with the pipe body. The cut off cart speed is automatically synchronized with the linear speed of the pipe being produced and therefore gives a square cut.

The pipe, once cut, is transferred to the visual inspection bay racks by means of hydraulically operated throw off arms which allow the Spiral Pipe to keep producing pipe through-out this process.
GENERAL SPECIFICATION OF SPIRAL WELD PIPE MILL:
The Spiral Mill comprises of the following equipment to carry out the manufacture of spiral pipe.
A) FEED TABLE comprising:-

al) Feed Table main frame fabricated from heavy section Universal Column. This Feed Table is fabricated in two sections, front section consisting of the main drive unit and the rear section consisting of the leveling and coil support assembly. All coil process assemblies are mounted on this substantial base frame.
a2) The above assembly is mounted on rollers located on the underside of the column cross-members to allow for radial movement by running on curved floor rails.
Floor bars are drilled to allow bolting to clients flat concrete floor, with one bar marked off in degrees and half degrees for the hydraulic positioning equipment to be
located. (See paragraph, a 11)

a3) The steel coil is mounted on the rear feed section by means of coil support frame, suitable for coils weighing up to 30 tons. The coil is lifted from the shop floor by
means of special roller frame. This frame is lowered into the coil support frame pockets and locked into position.

a4) A pair of pinch rollers is situated in front of the coil support frame and is designed to drive the heaviest strip through to the coil butting station.

a5) A seven-roll arrangement for flattening the strip, with four free-wheeling top rollers and three free-wheeling lower rollers are positioned after the ancillary drive station.

a6) Equipment for preparing, aligning and welding of the new coil tongue to the old coil tail consists of a substantial mobile carriage operated by a longitudinal hydraulic cylinder, upon which two transverse beams are situated, one on the top and one on the bottom.

Two coil positioning rollers are positioned before the cutting and welding station which enables the two strip ends to be perfectly aligned before cutting and welding takes place.

a7) Strip edge Milling and Chamfering assembly is mounted onto the Spiral Weld Pipe Mill feed-in frame between the coil butting station and the main drive station. 400mm dia full face Milling Cutters driven by two x 45kW AC motors and gearboxes.

a8) Side guide rollers are positioned throughout the feed table unit in order to guide the strip through to the main drive rolls.

Top and bottom nylon slide bars, which are to contain the strip in the vertical plane, are adjustable to allow for different thickness of material.

a9) Two gearboxes are connected to the main drive rollers. Each gearbox generates 210,000Nm torque at the lowest speed, which ensures that the heaviest strip can be fed
through at the optimum welding speed.

al0) Side guide rollers and top and bottom nylon slide bars to guide strip through to the formation table are positioned directly after main drive roller assembly, and are all as
described in paragraph a8)

a11) The helix angle adjustment is carried out by means of a hydraulic cylinder mounted at the rear of the feed table within a swivel bracket.
B) FORMATION TABLE comprising: -

b1) Spiral forming of the pipe from the incoming strip is carried out by the three - roll bending method. The incoming strip passes over the front set of rollers, and then the
steel strip passes under the boom mounted rollers and then passes over the buttress rollers. The front and back set of rollers are mounted on wedge shaped steel beams both of which can be moved laterally by manual operated screw jacks, in order to obtain the required pipe diameter.

b2) Automatic sub-merged arc welding head is bolted to mounting arm which has a horizontal wire feed tube connected to a 90 degree bend nozzle and is capable of carrying out a submerged arc weld on the inside of the pipe on all thickness of material. (On certain diameters and thickness Tandem Submerged Arc welding should be used)

b3) Adjustment on internal welding head for longitudinal and lateral movement is controlled by electric motorized slides which are operated at the gap control position by push-button.

b4) Flux feed hopper and tube is mounted on flux platform situated behind the formation table. The flux passes through a magnetic separator, which separates the mill scale fines from the unused flux, which can then be recycled back to the welding process.

b5) A hardened steel invert roller assembly to maintain the correct level of the strip edges.

b6) All the above is mounted on a substantial steel fabrication suitable for bolting to clients flat concrete floor.

b7) Two 1000DC Welding Rectifiers are supplied to power the internal, external and cross butt-welding stations. (If tandem welding is required then two extra AC 1200 Rectifiers
require to be added)
C) PAY OFF TABLE comprising: -

cl) Double gate arrangement with roller assemblies to guide and support the formed pipe to the cutting off position.

c2) Single wire Automatic Sub-merged Arc welding head is capable of carrying out submerged arc weld on the outside of the pipe and suitable for all material thicknesses
in the range. Tandem welding system can be mounted as an extra.
The welding head is mounted on an adjustable sliding arm situated by the first gate frame.

c3) Flux recovery system is positioned adjacent to the Pay Off Table.

c4) Welders operating platform is mounted between gateposts on rear of pay off table.

c5) Plasma cutting torch is mounted on horizontal and vertical slides.

c6) Pairs of steel support rollers are set at regular intervals along the payoff table to support the finished pipe.

c7) Hydraulic equipment to adjust the position of the payoff table radial relative to the formation table to allow for correcting the welding gap at the internal weld point.

c8) All the foregoing equipment is mounted on a substantial steel fabrication frame, which allows pipes of 6.0 meters up to 12.5 meters in length to be manufactured. The payoff table is mounted on castors running on flat steel plates bolted to client¡¯s flat and level concrete floor. Extra lengths of pay off table can be supplied by arrangement in order that longer pipes can be manufactured.

D) CONTROLS AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT comprising: -

dl) Console mounted on feed table and containing electrical switch-gear for all motors with overload, fuses and circuit breakers etc. Stop and start buttons are mounted on facia along with strip speed indicator, ammeter, variable speed control switch, milling and chambering start and stop buttons and hydraulic power pump start and stop buttons. Ancillary control equipment is mounted at specific work stations throughout Spiral Pipe Mill to operate hydraulic cylinders.
d2) Hydraulic Pump Units supply oil at 3000psi operating pressure max. continuously, complete with armored flexible hoses for connecting to Spiral Mill. All hydraulic solenoid
valves operate at 110 volt DC through a transformer mounted within console. Dual hydraulic system, Main Drive and ancillary systems.
E) ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

el) 380/440v, 3 Phase, 50/60 Hz

e2) Spiral Weld Pipe Mill consumption (approx.) 650 kW
Tandem sub-merged arc welding (approx.) 200 kW
F) STEEL STRIP MATERIAL SPECIFICATION

fl) Strip Width 850 mm min 2000 mm max.
f2) Wall Thickness 5 mm min 25.4 mm max.
f3) Coil Outside Diameter 1200 mm 2000 mm
f4) Coil Inside Bore Diameter 700 mm 760 mm
f5) Coil Weight max. 30,000 kgs
f6) Steel Quality up to API 5L Grade X70

G) PIPE SPECIFICATION

gl) Pipe Diameter 457 mm 2540 mm
g2) Forming Angle 46 degrees 82 degrees
g3) Pipe Length 6000 mm 12500 mm
g4) Pipe Standard up to API 5L X70

H) AREA

h1) Floor Area for Spiral Weld Pipe Mill 20 meters x 35 meters

h2) Suggested factory area for Spiral Pipe Mill - 25 meters wide x 300 meters long

h3) Floor design
Feed Table - 300mm thick reinforced
Coil Storage Area - concrete floor,
Formation Table: commercially flat & level

Gate & Pay-Off Table:- 150mm thick reinforced
Concrete floor,
Commercially flat & level

h4) Head Room
Height from floor to raised hook on E.O.T.C = 8.0 meters
Height from floor to top of 2.5 mts. o.d. pipe = 3.6 meters

h5) Weight of Mill Approx. 210 tons

I) PERSONNEL

i1) When the Spiral Pipe Mill is operating on manual mode, three operators are required to be manning mill.

i) Feed Table operator:- His duties are: Team Leader
To look after feed table operation
To start and stop mill

ii) Gap Control Operator:- His duties are: To operate gap control
To start and stop internal welding head
To keep internal weld on seam

iii) Outside weld operator:- His duties are: To start and stop external weld head
To keep external weld head on seam
i2) If laser seam tracking system is installed onto mill, number of ¡®on mill operators can be reduced to two.

i3) A team of two personnel is required to prepare coils prior to loading mill.

i4) One operator is required to operate Plasma Pipe Cut Off Torch.

J) INDICATIVE PRODUCTION OUTPUT FORMULA

jl) Production Capacity of 2000/25 Spiral Weld Pipe Mill
The examples below are based upon tandem wire automatic submerged arc welding system being used on internal and external welding heads with 2 no. 4mm diameter welding wire.

Outside Diameter (D) 1000 mm
Wall Thickness (t) 10 mm
Strip Width (B) 2000 mm
Production Time (T2) 960 min

Pipe Length/Day (LI) 1110 m/day
Seam Length/Day (L2) 1726 m/day
Welding Speed (VI) 1800 mm/min
Axial Speed (V2) 1200 mm/min

L2 = L1 x (D-t) x ii / B
VI = L2 / T2
V2 = V1 / (D - t) / ii x B

Our production capacity of mill is based on an operation time (TI) of 20 hour day = 1200 min/day with a production factor of 0.80 = 960

Outside Diameter (D) 2000 mm
Wall Thickness (t) 22 mm
Strip Width (B) 2000 mm
Production Time (T2) 960 min
Pipe Length/Day (LI) 185 m/day
Seam Length/Day (L2) 574 m/day
Welding Speed (VI) 600 mm/min
Axial Speed (V2) 193 mm/min


j2) Indicates the relationship between the strip thickness to the welding speed. Information supplied below is based upon automatic sub-merged arc welding process with single, welding wire 4.00mm diameter on internal and external heads. With Tandem submerged arc heads, welding speed can be increased by 30% to 50%. Note: Tandem should be used on pipe diameters in excess of 1016mm.

Strip thickness Welding Speed
(mm) (Mt/min)
6mm 1.55
8mm 1.40
10mm 1.20
12mm 1.15
16mm 0.70
19mm 0.50
22mm 0.40
25mm 0.35

The product mix has an important impact upon the annual tonnage produced from the Spiral Pipe Mill. Optimum utilization of the Spiral Pipe Mill is always attained when the
maximum strip width is processed in the machine.


ONE (1) BYARD MODEL HT2000/2540 HYDROSTATIC PIPE PRESSURE TESTING RIG
IN PLANT UNDER POWER

TEMPORARY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AS PER OEM:

1. General Description

This unit is one of the most important pieces of equipment for welded pipe fabrication. It carries out product inspection for welded pipe by hydrostatic testing on welded pipe to detect any defects in the weld seam. This operation can also eliminate residual stress in the pipe to a certain level. It uses End Sealing type testing, which is structurally stable and operationally convenient. During the test, specified test pressure is hold at a specified time frame (not more than 40 seconds) before the pressure is gradually released. Test parameter and data are recorded in an Industrial PC. Test Graph can be printed and all data is in EXEL format which will ease further data processing.

2. Technical Specification

I. Welded Pipe Specification

Outside Diameter : ¨ª 508 - ¨ª 2540 mm
Pipe Length : 8 - 12.5 m
Wall Thickness : 5 - 25.4 mm
Material Grade : ¥ä yield = 235, 345, A, B, X42 - X70
Pipe Weight : ¡Â 19 Ton
Pipe End : Clean & Square Cut

II. Performance Specification

Water Pressure : 210 bar (max)
Axial Force : 2000 Ton (max)
Hydraulic Pressure : 245 bar (max)
Main Cylinder : ¨ª1020 x 1100 mm
Holding Time : 0 - 40 seconds
Pipe Testing Rate : for ¨ª762mm 15 pipes/hr
(Refer to Test Cycle Table)
Test Standard : API 5L

III. Hydraulic Equipment Specification

a. High Pressure Hydraulic Power Pack
Pump Maximum Pressure 250 bar
Pump Displacement 25ml/rev
Pump Flow Rate 37 l/min
Operating Temperature 15 - 60 ¡ÆC
Coolant Water Flow Rate 40 l/min
Electric Motor Power 18.5 KW x 2 (1 operational, 1 standby)
Electric Motor Speed 1470 RPM
Electric Motor Voltage 380 VAC
Solenoid Valve Control Voltage 24 VDC

b. Low Pressure Hydraulic Power Pack
Pump Maximum Pressure 120 bar
Pump Displacement 63 ml/rev
Pump Flow Rate 92 l/min
Operating Temperature 15 - 60 ¡ÆC
Coolant Water Flow Rate 40 l/min
Electric Motor Power 22 KW x 2 (1 operational, 1 standby)
Electric Motor Speed 1470 RPM
Electric Motor Voltage 380 VAC
Solenoid Valve Control Voltage 24 VDC

c. All Hydraulic Pumps, Valves, Piping are designed with pressure rating of 315 bar. Preferred Vendor : REXOTH

IV. Water Components Specification

a. High Pressure Water Pump
There are 2 High Pressure Water Pump.
Pump A for test pressure 0 - 100 bar, Flow Rate 0.158 m3/min
Pump B for test pressure ¡Ã 100 bar, Flow Rate 0.08 m3/min
Electric Motor Power 45 KW

b. Low Pressure Water Pump
There are 2 Low Pressure Water Pump.
Pump Flow Rate 400m3/hr (1 operational, 1 standby)
Electric Motor Power 37 KW

3. Test Cycle Time

Production Schedule (Pipe/hr)for Diameter/Thickness
O.D./ THK 6 7.1 8.4 9.5 12.7 14.3 15.9 17.5 20 25
609 12 12 12 12 8
711 11 12 11 11 8
812 11 11 11 10 8
914 11 11 11 10 8 7
1016 11 11 11 10 8 7
1219 8 8 8 8 7 6 6
1422 8 8 8 7 7 6 5 4
1524 8 7 7 7 5 5 4
1625 6 5 5 3 4 4 4
1727 5 5 4 3 4 4 4
1828 4 4 4 3 4 4 4
1930 4 4 4 3 3 3 3
2032 4 4 3 3 2 2 2









4. Testing Process Flow



5. Main Components & Functions

a. Tie Beams (Tension Beams)
Axial force arises during pressure testing is balanced by 4 Tie Beams, 2 on top and 2 at the bottom. Reinforcement Beams are located on top of the Upper Tie Beams to prevent buckling of Tie Beams during pressure release. The Tie Beams have Locking Pin Holes spacing 600mm at the moveable Tail Stock¡¯s end to accommodate testing of different lengths of pipe ranging 8 m to 12.5 m.

b. Structural Framework
Pipe Sealing Structure consists of a stationary Head Stock, a moveable Tail Stock, the Tie Beams and a Main Cylinder. The Main Cylinder is embedded in the Head Stock.
Tie Beams are installed into the slot provided for in the Head and Tail Stocks. Both Tail Stocks and Main Cylinder are attached with a Sealing Platen which is a thick circular
steel platen embedded with Polyurethane Seal Rings. The Head and Tail stocks are welded steel structure with precision machining Pin Holes on top and bottom to match with those Pin Holes in the Tie Beams. Locking Pins are inserted permanently tight fit into the Pin Holes of Head Stock and the Tie Beams. Tail Stock is designed to move within the Tie Beams to accommodate different pipe lengths. The Locking Pins in Tail Stock are hydraulic activated and are retractable. Once the Pins are extended into the Pin Holes of Tie Beams and that of the Tail Stock, the Tail Stock is locked with the Tie Beams. The Head and Tail Stocks, Tie Beams and Sealing Platens form an integrated, enclosed matchbox structure.

c. Rear Supporting Frame
This is a welded steel structure designed to support the Tie Beams at the Tail Stock¡¯s end while Tail Stock is allowed to move within the Tie Beams.

d. Pipe Charging & Discharging System
This is a pipe receiving and dispatching platform with Kicker in it. The Kicker is activated by hydraulic cylinder. The Kicker can arrest or release pipe in different direction. In this way, pipe is charge into the machine or discharge out of the machine.

e. Orthogonal Lifting Rollers
These are for lifting and lowering the test pipe. When the test pipe is loaded into the Hydrotester, the Rollers will ascend and lift the pipe to align with that of the polyurethane Seal Ring in the Sealing Platens attached to the Tail Stock and the Main Cylinder. The test pipe can be shifted horizontal left or right by rotating the Rollers.

f. Hydraulic System
There are two independent hydraulic systems, one is for controlling the movement of the Ancillary Hydraulic Cylinder/Motor (120 bar) and the other is for the operation of the
Main Hydraulic Cylinder (250 bar max) during high pressure testing.

g. Data Processing
Industrial PC is used during pressure testing, Input Parameters such as Test Pipe Material Grade, Thickness, Diameter, Pipe Number, Work Shift Number and most importantly the required Test Pressure and Holding Time are keyed in prior the test. During the test, the program in the PC will compute the required resisting pressure to activate the Proportional Valve at the High Pressure Hydraulic Power Pack to create a relatively balance resisting force at the Main Cylinder. In this way, the force arise by the water pressure in the pipe is balanced by the force arise by the oil pressure in the Main Cylinder (Oil/Water balancing). Report and graph can be printed - indicating time, date and serial number of the pipe. All test data are in EXEL format which will ease further programming.

h. Electrical Control System
PLC is used to control all Electrical and Hydraulic components in the machine.

6. Major Packing List
a. Tie Beams 4 Nos
b. Head Stock 1 Assy
c. Tail Stock with Sealing Platen 1 Assy
d. Main Cylinder with Sealing Platen 1 Assy
e. Rear Supporting Frame 1 Assy
f. Orthogonal Lifting Roller 2 Nos
g. Pipe Charging & Discharging System 2 Nos
h. Machine Base 4 Nos
i. Low Pressure Water Supply Piping 1 set
j. High Pressure Water Supply Piping 1 set
k. Low Pressure Hydraulic Piping 1 set
l. High Pressure Hydraulic Piping 1 set
m. Electrical Control System 1 set
n. Hydraulic Pump/Electric Motor/Control Valves 1 set
o. Polyurethane Seal Rings 1 set
Sizes ¨ª508, 630, 762, 813, 1016, 1220, 1420, 1620

7. Electrical Supply
Total Electrical Consumption approximately 160 KW. PLC system, Electrical Control Equipment, Circuit Breakers, On/Off buttons, Indication Lamp, Contactors and Indication
Meters are all sourced from established International Manufacturers.

No of phases - 3
Voltage - 380V, 50 Hz
Ancillary - 110V, 50 Hz
Power - 160 KW
Enclosure - IP54

All electrical installation work is strictly controlled in accordance with I.E.C standards.


ONE (1) 457MM – 2500MM x 18MM STEEL PIPE END BEVELING AND FACING MACHINE
YEAR MANUFACTURED: 2010 IN PLANT UNDER POWER

TEMPORARY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AS PER OEM:
Minimum diameter of pipe - 457 mm
Maximum diameter of pipe - 2540 mm
Pipe wall thickness range - 6 – 18 mm
Pipe length range - 6 – 12.5 m

HYDRAULICS:
Power pack - 250 Kg/cm2 W/oil cooling
Control voltage - 220 V

ELECTRICAL & GEARBOX:
Motors (Hirloskar / Havells)
Main spindle - 15 HP (2)
Beveling head - 3 HP (2)
Facing head - 2 HP (2)
PLC - FETAK
Electric controller - Cutes (CT2000) x 2
Gearbox - Elecon 15 HP @ 6 RPM (2)

DIMENSIONS:
Weight - 40 MT approx..


ONE (1) 711MM – 1524MM x 16MM STEEL PIPE END FLARING MACHINE
YEAR MANUFACTURED: 2010 IN PLANT UNDER POWER

TEMPORARY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AS PER OEM:
Minimum pipe diameter - 711 mm
Maximum pipe diameter - 1524 mm
Pipe thickness - up to 16 mm
Gearbox - 3 stage reduction (Greaves)
Drive motor - 20 HP @ 4500 RPM (MEZ – Belgium)
Rollers - Top & Bottom
Guide rolls - 2
Hydraulic cylinder (heavy duty) - 150 ton (1)
Hydraulic power pack - 10 HP
Electrical control cabinet - Push button type
Included with the machine - Pipe supporting rolls
- Rotating end supports, etc.
Weight - 14 MT approx..


ONE (1) BYARD MODEL CL2000 INTERNAL CEMENT MORTAR COATING SYSTEM
IN PLANT UNDER POWER
This Cement Mortar Lining station is to allow for the Internal Lining of the pipe with pre-mixed cement mortar to prevent corrosion of
pipe body when used in water transportation.

TEMPORARY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AS PER OEM:
Minimum diameter of pipe - 610 mm
Maximum diameter of pipe - 2032 mm
Minimum length of pipe - 8 mts
Maximum length of pipe - 13 mts
Maximum weight of pipe - 20 tons
Number of Rollers supplied - 3 nos

Description of equipment

1. Main pipe centrifugal roller base
2. Rollers with continuous belts
3. Electrical equipment & 90 kW AC electrical motors
4. Hydraulic equipment
5. Sand hopper with conveyor
6. Cement mixer with hydraulic motor and load cells
7. Motorized trolley with cement trough

MAIN PIPE CENTRIFUGAL ROLLER BASE
This station has three sets of rollers c/w continuous 25mm thick heavy duty tri-plex rubber belting which allows the pipe when loaded to be centrifugally spun
at required speed to line the internal surface of the pipe with cement mortar to required thickness. There is a pipe stopper mounted at end of rails to prevent pipe
movement.

ROLLERS WITH CONTINUOUS BELTS
The three sets of three rollers are fabricated and machined with a crown barrel to ensure that the rubber belting stays in the center when being run at high speeds.
Each of the rollers are mounted on heavy duty bearing housing. Each set of three rollers are designed that the front two rollers are adjustable to accept different
diameters of pipe and the third roller is to give tension to the belt for efficient rotation. The belting is 400mm wide x 25mm thick tri-plex wire stranded with vulcanized
joint to form an endless belt. There are three supplied.

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
3 phase
Voltage 380/415V 50 Hz
Ancillary 110V 50 Hz
Power 300 kW
2 nos 90kW AC Asynchronous variable speed electric motors with Lenze drives.
All electrical work is carried out in strict accordance to I.E.C. standards.
PLC system for speed control and measuring of sand cement and water.
There is a control room supplied with control panel and gauges for showing weights and speed of operation.

HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT
This equipment allows for handling of the lifting, lowering of pipes onto rotator assemblies.

Maximum pressure - 130 bar
AC Electric Motor - 5.5 kW
Solenoid Valves - Tokimec
Tank volume - 250 liters
Cylinders - All cylinders manufactured have chromed steel
Rods, honed bores, seals supplied by proprietary
Suppliers: Hallite UK
Hydraulic Motors - International brand

SAND HOPPER
A sand hopper is supplied with conveyor system to load it from sand bank. The customer supplies loading by JCB or similar. The sand hopper has three load cells
incorporated in the legs to allow operator to load sufficient sand for each pipe lining operation. When the required weight of sand has been loaded into hopper the
sand is transferred to the mixing unit by means of conveyor belt.

CEMENT WEIGH HOPPER
The cement weighing hopper is loaded by screw conveyor and pre-weighs the cement by means of load cells before it is transferred to mixing tank by another screw
conveyor.

CEMENT MIXER
The cement mixer is a substantial fabricated section with a bottom mounted paddle system to mix the sand and cement. This paddle is powered by a hydraulic motor.
The cement powder is transferred from the cement silo (not in scope of supply) by means of a screw conveyor and amount is measured for mix required.

MOTORISED TROLLEY & TROUGH
The motorized trolley runs on rails set on customer¡¯s floor. This trolley is powered by electric motor. This trolley has revolving trough mounted within bearing housings to
allow it to turn 180 degrees once it has traveled into the pipe. Once it has reached its maximum travel distance the operator can rotate the trough by means of electric
motor/gearbox to empty the cement mortar mix into the bottom invert of the pipe. The operator then motors the trolley back to the start position to allow for next mix to be
loaded into the trough.

PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEOS – Available on request and Subject to a Signed Confidentiality Agreement:

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
Crown Hollander International Inc.
Tel: 1-416-489-8313 Fax: 416-489-9930
Harold@crownhollander.com
www.crownhollander.com

세부내역

ONE (1) BYARD MODEL CL2000/25 457MM – 2540MM x 25.4MM SPIRAL WELD PIPE MILL - IN PLANT UNDER POWER

ONE (1) BYARD MODEL HT2000/2540 HYDROSTATIC PIPE PRESSURE TESTING RIG - IN PLANT UNDER POWER

ONE (1) 457MM – 2500MM x 18MM STEEL PIPE END BEVELING AND FACING MACHINE - IN PLANT UNDER POWER


ONE (1) 711MM – 1524MM x 16MM STEEL PIPE END FLARING MACHINE - IN PLANT UNDER POWER

ONE (1) BYARD MODEL CL2000 INTERNAL CEMENT MORTAR COATING SYSTEM - IN PLANT UNDER POWER

이 모델에 대해 더욱

더많은 정보를 보기 위해서는 BYARD CL2000/25, 리뷰포함, 브랜드 정보, 사진, 비디오 등, 여기를 클릭하세요..