Esco Tool's MILLHOG® Pipeline Saw & Beveler Produce Precise Welds on Highly Alloyed Pipe
Oct 17, 2019
A new pneumatic saw and pipe trolley that accurately cut pipe up to 60" O.D. with ± 1/16” accuracy and no HAZ to permit better end prep bevels for welding and subsequent beveling has been introduced by Esco Tool. The bevelers pull a thick chip without cutting fluids and use cutter blades that transfer heat away from the pipe surface.
ESCO Tool has introduced a pneumatic saw that cuts all materials and pipe schedules up to 60” dia. to produce perfectly square cuts with no HAZ (heat affected zone) and a full line of precision bevelers to perform any angle of prep and square the pipe ends simultaneously.
The Esco APS-438 Air Powered Saw and WrapTrack® pipe trolley lets operators rapidly cold cut pipe from 6” to 60” O.D. with ± 1/16” accuracy and no HAZ to permit better end prep bevels for welding. Ideally suited for pipeline construction and repairs, users can use a variety of MILLHOG® end prep tools to perform any angle of prep and square the pipe ends simultaneously.
Designed to produce high integrity welds on any schedule pipe from 1.5” up to 36” O.D., Esco MILLHOG® Pipe Beveling Tools include self-centering draw rod assemblies for fast setup and a blade lock system for rigid mounting. Combined with cold cutting, the bevelers pull a thick chip without cutting fluids and use cutter blades that transfer heat away from the pipe surface.
The Esco APS-438 Air Powered Saw, WrapTrack® pipe trolley, and MILLHOG® Pipe Beveling Tools are all available for sale or rent.
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