Tridan STVC 6-Tube
The Tridan Model STVC Qual-Ekon Tube Straightener and Cut-to-Length Line is used to uncoil six level wound rolls of copper or aluminum tube, straighten it and cut it to a pre-determined length. This machine offers a positive length control hitch-type feed and utilizes an orbital chip-free cutoff system.
The production application of the TRIDAN Model STVC-4 is to straighten and cut to a pre-determined length level-wound coiled tubing of copper or aluminum. It is a fully integrated system consisting of a Tube Straightening, Sizing, and Lubrication Section, adjustable-length Tube Feeding Section, and a chipless Tube Cutoff Section. Supporting equipment include a Tube Decoiling System, a Tube Runnout/Collector System, and an optional Tube End Resizing System. The Control System is designed in such a manner that all operations are sequenced fully automatically or may be individually placed under manual control. The Tube Straightening, Feeding, and Cutoff Sections are mounted on a machined base plate, which also serves as the top of the weldment-constructed hydraulic reservoir. This over-sized reservoir is an integral part of the machine's frame, and is furnished with a liquid level gauge and thermometer, as standard equipment.
The Tube Decoiling System is built on a weldment frame of sufficient size and rigidity to support the number and size of coils dictated by the application. The Tube Runnout/Collector System is designed to provide support for the tubing during its feeding, and an area is provided for the collection of cut tubes. The optional Tube End Resizing System, if purchased, is integrated into the Tube Runnout/Collector System, and provides a method of re-sizing one or both ends of the cut tube lengths.