Conventional Welding Rotator
Conventional Rotator Description
Conventional Welding Rotators include one driven and one idler unit. More idler units can be added according to pipe length or customer request.
The constant center line design is an effective method of center adjustment of rollers, so that the job center always remains unchanged. The diameter adjustment between 2 rollers will be done by the manual drag-clamp way, which is more practical, less maintenance and easy to use.
Depending on the workpiece thickness, an additional idle set is recommended for workpieces longer than 10-15 meters.
Under the frames, the bogie is driven by two sets of motor&gearbox that are working synchronized, to drive the units to move on rails.
Applications of Conventional Rotators: pipes, API pipes, boilers, heat exchangers, mounted vessels, pressure vessels, plant construction, pipeline construction, storage Tanks, water tanks, shipyards and ship components, pressure vessels robust steel construction, tanks, barrels burnishing and welding.
– Submerged arc welding (SAW)
– Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding
– Metal inert gas (MIG) welding
– Arc welding