|By Marketwired .||
|April 29, 2014 09:02 AM EDT|
HOLLISTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/29/14 -- ESCO Tool has introduced a full line of pipe beveling tools that can bevel, face, and bore highly alloyed materials for the in-plant or in situ fabrication of shale pumping stations.
ESCO MILLHOG® Pipe Beveling Tools are I.D. clamping and feature a rigid blade lock system with TiN coated T-15 tool steel cutter blades that have proprietary chip breakers which transfer heat away from the pipe surface to prevent work hardening. Capable of performing any angle of prep and squaring the pipe ends simultaneously, they are ideal for end prepping all hard pipe alloys including Super Duplex stainless steel and P-91.
Available for pipe from 1.5" up to 36" O.D., ESCO MILLHOG® Pipe Beveling Tools pull a thick chip without cutting oils. All tools are pneumatic, incorporate self-centering draw rod assemblies that rigidly mount to the pipe I.D., and provide torque-free operation. The Prepzilla MILLHOG® for pipe from 1-1/2" to 8.625" O.D. is also available with an electric motor.
ESCO MILLHOG® Pipe Beveling Tools are available for sale or rent. Price quotations are available upon request.
About ESCO Tool
For over 50 years, ESCO Tool has worked closely with end-users on the toughest tube and pipe cutting and end prep applications in the power generation and metalworking industries. Their experience has allowed them to invent and manufacture high quality, torque-free end prep tools that work efficiently and require no special operator training.
The ESCO product line features their robust line of MILLHOG® welding end prep tools and Air-Powered Saws and specialty mount systems, High-Speed Hand-Held Bevelers, and accessories. Available for sale or rent, with 24 hour shipment or less usually available, these field-proven tools are built tough and precision machined from the finest materials to make sure that you get your job done properly, on time, and under budget.
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