The Tubes/Pipes made in this machine basically uses cold roll forming technology to give desired shape to the raw material strip. The strip grade can be 200, 300, 400 series. The roll formed open section of the strip is welded longitudinal by TIG welding process or in High Speed by Solid State High Frequency Induction Welder. Then the Welded Pipe/Tube seam is finished on line by tool or grinding process. The Pipe/Tube is then cooled down by coolant water.
There is a Sizing Section. The Sizing section of the Tube/Pipe Mill shapes the Tube/Pipe for desired perfect shape. Shapes of the Tube/Pipe made by this machine depends on the desire of the customer.
Machine has the capacity to make different shapes of pipe like Round/Circular, Rectangular as well as Square. There is a cutting section in the machine which is used to slice the Pipe/Tube. The cutting section cuts the pipe/tube for desired length online by automatic cutting car. The run out table takes out the cut length pipe/tube in the collection pit.
After all these process the manufactured products are taken out in the market for desired use.
The welding of streel strip into a product, such as round tube or pipe, box frames, and structural members, is a multibillion-dollar industry that had its beginnings more than a century ago. Many items that we use today, like furniture tubing, oil pipe, and fuel lines, are manufactured on welded tube mills.
What are the differences between a tube mill and a welded roll form system? Which one should you consider? Can the same parts be run on both systems? Will the part quality be affected?
These questions, asked often within the industry, are plagued with many conditional aspects that cloud the final answer. Intricate details often are required to help machine builders focus on the best option.
|Raw material||Galvanzied steel ,stainless steel|
|Roller stations||6 groups of horizontal rollers holder,7 groups vertical rollers holder|