Pipe Cutting Line; roller bed type with floating chuck

SPC 660–1200 RB

  • Minimum
    48 mm
    2"
  • Maximum
    1225 mm
    48"

Pipe Cutting Line; Best of Both worlds

The SPC 660–1200 chuck-type Pipe Cutting Line combines the roller bed principle for an uninterrupted material flow, while controlling the rotation of the material with a floating chuck registering linear displacement.

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Continuous material flow

Continuous material flow

This SPC 660–1200 RB combines a continuous material flow with extreme accuracy. The material is loaded to the infeed buffer table, the material lengths are fed into the cutting area. The finished parts are then fed out to the outfeed buffer tables for further processing.

Perfect cutting shapes

Perfect cutting shapes

Instead of using extreme force to keep the material in its place, linear movement is measured and compensated on-the-fly. The mix between the advanced mechanical design and the controls managing the CNC axis result in highly accurate cuts each and every time.

CAD to machine

CAD to machine

Using data that has already been entered into a CAD model is even more important. The SPC 660–1200 RB is equipped with an in-house developed software suite, allowing interface with any design system generating NC data files.

Specifications

SPC 660 RB 48–660 mm (2–26") 8t
SPC 1200 RB 75–1225 mm (3–48") 12t
  • Oxy-fuel Cutting Oxy-fuel Cutting
  • Plasma Cutting Plasma Cutting
  • Marking Marking
  • CAD Connection CAD Connection

3D Profiling shapes

Here is a selection of profiling shapes for realizing connections on pipes and tubes:

Chamfer

A pipe-to-plate connection.

Rotated Oblong Hole

To fit inserted plates at pipe ends or to create intermediate slots.

Saddle Offshore

A pipe-to-pipe connection with a slope less than 50° based on AWS for offshore industries.

Saddle set-in & Hole set-in

For pressure connections with a much smaller branch pipe diameter.

Saddle PJP

For small sloped and highly dynamic pipe to pipe connections. Easy cutting, fitting and welding.

Ricky Cruz - Value Stream Manager – Exterran
‘Due to the high productivity of the SPC 1200 RB, we should have our full pay-back on the machine within 3 months from the purchase!’
Ricky Cruz - Value Stream Manager – Exterran
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Plasma pipe cutting applications

What is your greatest worry in a fabrication process? Is it the complexity of the design, poor production flow management, inefficient material handling with too much material waste, loss of control over the operating expenses, or the lack of highly skilled welders? Then, how do you deal with the increasingly tough demands and regulations on welded structural design?

Steel Construction

Volumes and pipe sizes differ from project to project, demanding a flexible Pipe Cutting Line that prevents machinery from sitting idle in the workshop. Using traditional methods, a fabricator can typically cut 10-20 tons of pipes per day. With a plasma pipe cutting line, a fabricator can easily cut over 40 tons of pipes a day.

Industry application: plasma pipe cutting for stadiums, bridges, theme parks, expo centers, airport structures, shopping malls, cranes, trusses.

Process Piping

HGG’s SPC 660–1200 RB Pipe Cutting Line automate and simplify the way fabricators keep welding booths supplied with enough spools cut to tolerance, preventing skilled welders from wasting their time fitting. Preparing a typical header with 82 beveled holes, is typically reduced from 26 hours to 2 hours.

Industry application: plasma pipe cutting for skids, frames, spools, manifolds, pipe lines, headers lobster backs, boilers, nozzles.

Offshore

More and more offshore fabricators are solving their highly deadline-driven production challenges by automating their cutting processes. Manually, a fabricator can typically cut a heli deck consisting of 95 pipes in 240 hours. Using an HGG Pipe Cutting Line a fabricator can cut these same 95 pipes in less than 40 hours.

Industry application: plasma pipe cutting for jackets, jack ups, heli decks, support structures, pipe racks, protection frames for subsea manifolds, boat landings.

 

Shipbuilding

HGG’s SPC 660–1200 RB Pipe Cutting Line automate and simplify the way shipyards are keep welding booths supplied with enough spools cut to tolerance. This also prevents skilled welders from wasting a lot of time fitting. Processing 15 nozzles is reduced from 13 hours to 1 hours.

Industry application: plasma pipe cutting for skids, frames, spools, manifolds, pipe lines, headers lobster backs, boilers, nozzles.

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