RVD Belt Grinder Tube Notcher and Belt Grinder 415V
The RVD belt driven pipe notching machine achieves a superior notch finish due to the greater accuracy of the roller and belt notching method.
The machine is capable of grinding square, rectangular and round pipes with different wall thicknesses and is suitable for all common material types. The grinding belt can be tensioned quickly and changing grinding rollers can be done in just a few seconds. Fitted with a deburring table, when a pipe has been ground it can be easily deburred on the deburring table. This makes the machine truly multifunctional.
*New colour scheme for 2022*
|Capacity||mm||20 – 76.1|
|Angle Notch to 60||–||YES|
|Belt||mm||100 x 2000|
- Extremely powerful grinding performance.
- Highly rigid construction.
- Quick change belt system.
- Adjustable working height.
- Eye protection.
- Emergency stop button.
- Dust collection box.
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