Assisted Tube Rolling Systems

Rapid Hawk Assisted Tube Rolling System

Rapid Hawk

Assisted Tube Rolling System

Elliott’s Rapid Hawk Assisted Tube Rolling System utilizes an electronic torque control system to precisely measure tube expansion and consistently hit target every time. For the first time, an electronic torque control can be used regardless of the motor’s power source.

  • Tube Size: 0.500" to 3.00" (12.7 - 76.2mm) OD

  • Torque Control

  • Consistent Tube Expansion

  • Operator Friendly

  • Large Radial Reach

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Monster Hawk Hydraulically-Driven Assisted Tube Rolling System

Monster Hawk

Hydraulically-Driven Assisted Tube Rolling System

  • Tube Size: 0.750″ to 1.000″ (19.05 – 25.4mm) OD

  • True Parallel Pin Tube Rolling

  • Up To 2X The Speed Of Conventional Rolling

  • Automatic Tool Lubrication

  • Large Radial Reach

  • Easy To Move

  • Operator Friendly Controls

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Table Hawk Tabletop Assisted Tube Rolling System

Table Hawk

Tabletop Assisted Tube Rolling System

Engineered to productively and precisely expand small tubes commonly found in oil coolers and other small heat exchangers. Elliott’s tabletop assisted tube rolling system completes the job right the first time.

  • Tube Size: 0.25" to 0.625" (6.35 - 15.875mm) OD

  • Direct Torque™ Electric Torque Control

  • Increased Productivity

  • Operator Friendly

  • Consistent Tube Expansion

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