Workshop Machine

Pipe Threading machine

Make – LabTek

Model – WS – 057, 058, 059

Thread rolling is a chip less cold forming process. A plain cylindrical blank, with a diameter part way between the major and minor diameters of the finished thread, is rotated and squeezed between cylindrical type hardened steel dies whose working surface are the reverse of the thread form to be produced. The threads of the die penetrate the surface of the black as it rolls between them, displacing material to form the roots of the threads, and forcing the displayed material readily outward to form the crests. Unlike other threading process, no material is wasted.

  • Compact design
  • Fabricated steel frame
  • Versatile for all type of works
  • Manual & Automatic cycles
  • Range of cycle times
  • Extended universal joint provides smooth operation for bib angle of work piece.
  • Over sized coolant tank for superior cooling effects.
  • Low pressure hydraulic power pack to ensure to low heat & minimum maintenance.
  • “T” type and accurately ground slide assures that jumping and vibration will not happen during rolling.
  • Centralized lubrication of all important moving parts.
Pipe Threading Machine
ModelWS – 057WS – 058WS – 059
Work Piece (in Feed)3-24 mm3-50 mm10-80 mm
Max. Pitch of Thread (Standard V Thread)3 mm5 mm10 mm
Max. Serrations Pitch1.0 mm1.6 mm3 mm
Max. Die. Width80 mm150 mm200 mm
Max. Through Feed Thread Length6 meter6 meter6 meter
Max. Rolling Force (infinitely adjustable)6 tons16/20 tons30 tons
Spindle Axis Swivel for through Feed5050120
Roll Spindle40 mm4 mm69.85 mm
Max. Rolling Die120 mm180 mm220 mm
Roll Spindle Speed (RPM)60/9020/40/6016/22/34/73/110/150
Main Motor (H.P.)35/7.515
Hydraulic Power Pack Motor (H.P.)12/33
Coolant Pump1/8 H.P.1/8 H.P.1/2 H.P.
Electrical Connection415 V. 50 Hz, 3 Phase415 V. 50 Hz, 3 Phase415 V. 50 Hz, 3 Phase
Appx. Weight1000 Kg.2200 Kg.3500 Kg.

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