Elliott’s ELC110220 is the first torque control with an Embedded Logic Controller that senses and is compatible with both 110V or 220V automatic, and manual reverse rolling motors.
Tube Size: 0.250" to 3.000" (6.4 - 76.2mm) OD
Voltage: 110V to 240V
Languages: English or Spanish
Compatibility: Elliott’s 99 Series Electric Rolling Motors (other electric motors with optional adapters)
Knowing how to determine wall reduction is important; however it is equally important to know the characteristics of the popular tubing materials. A simple rule of thumb is the harder the material, the less wall reduction required to obtain a tube joint.
Getting the right tools for your application is critical in order to complete the job right the first time. One of the most overlooked factors when ordering tooling, is determining whether you have minimum wall or average wall tubing.
The American Society Of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) develops standards to provide consistency and ensure public safety and reliability. While these codes are not always required, they have been widely adopted and implemented across many industries. As a result, it is important to be knowledgeable and aware of these standards prior to beginning a job.
Tube Expanding is the art of reducing a tube wall by compressing the O.D. of the tube against a fixed container, such as rolling tubes into tube sheets, drums, ferrules or flanges. To assure a proper tube joint, the tube wall must be reduced by a predetermined percentage.