|By Marketwired .||
|August 12, 2014 09:01 AM EDT|
HOLLISTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/14 -- ESCO Tool introduces a full line of pipe beveling tools in pneumatic, electric, and battery powered models featuring cutter blades that incorporate a radical chip breaker to draw heat away from the surface and don't need cutting oils.
ESCO MILLHOG® Cutter Blades for their line of pipe beveling tools are designed to produce clean, weldable end preps without using cutting oils. Featuring heat dissipative cutter blades that incorporate a radical chip breaker which draws heat away from the surface to prevent work hardening and extend blade life, these tools produce clean, consistent end preps.
Suitable for end prepping hard alloys including Super Duplex stainless steel and P-91 on tube and pipe up to 36" O.D., ESCO MILLHOG® Cutter Blades are made from T-15 tool steel and are TiN coated. Designed to fit into their EscoLock wedge-style rigid blade lock system, these blades are available with any angle of prep from 37-1/2 degrees to 10 degrees and compound bevels.
ESCO MILLHOG® Cutter Blades are priced according to style and quantity and are included on all MILLHOG® welding end prep tools.
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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