Tips For Removing Welded Boiler Tubes Tubes are welded for many different reasons, such as providing additional leak protection or to carry additional load. Although [...]
Elliott Announces A Faster Way To Expand Small Heat Exchanger Tubes New and improved design expands tubes faster than any Elliott expander before, now at a [...]
Elliott Launches A Lighter, Economical Right Angle Rolling Motor The same USA quality and performance you’re used to, now available in a stall type rolling [...]
Best Practices For Working With Enhanced Tubes Enhanced surface tubing has grown in popularity in recent years, with many different styles and options available. While [...]
The 850-style rolling motor has become a staple across many industries for tube rolling. This push pull style motor exhibits both quality and performance, making it ideal for expanding tubes in chillers and heat exchangers.
The quality of an air motor will be determined based on manufacturing processes, design, and maintenance. In order to improve cleaning performance and tool life, it is important that the motor is designed for use in a specific application. This assures optimum performance and extended life of the motor.
Contractors and maintenance personnel agree, the current method of tube cleaning using a rotary flexible cable to clean chillers is a hassle. The cable is problematic; it breaks, the feeding mechanism jams, and the feeder needs frequent and costly repairs. Substantial downtime is encountered to repair cables and units.
There are two motor power sources that are used for expanding tubes mechanically: electric rolling motors and pneumatic rolling motors. Determining what motor to use for a job will depend on operator preference, availability of electricity or air, and the application.