Pipe cutting machines
Clean pipe cutting calls for precision.
This is guaranteed by a range of transfluid® systems.
Both chipless orbital cutting machines and the scarfing knife cutting process, ideal for accurate trimming, provide for low-bur cuts. With both of these stages it is thus possible to further process the pipes directly after cutting.
In chipless orbital pipe cutting, the pipes are placed under a pulling process during the cutting operation with varying torques that depend on the tube sizes. This prevents the cutting position from collapsing and allows forming to begin directly. Pipe cutting machines from transfluid® offer cutting rates of 1,800 pieces per hour and optimize the cut length in order to minimize residual lengths. The pipes can be fed automatically through suitable straightening systems into the pipe cutting machine and then ejected after the pipe cutting.
The scarfing knife cutting process dependably shears pipes of all materials with right angles and sharp edges even when working with very awkward pipe geometries. Cuts in different degrees are also possible if required. In addition to this, up to three knives and an internal mandrel can be used for high-precision pipe cutting when required.