Tube Cutters

One-Revolution Tube Cutter

Elliott’s One-Revolution Series tube cutters are unlike any other one-revolution cutter. Using more advanced engineering principles the cutter and blade have been designed to last longer, withstand more wear, and require less force to cut the tube.

  • Tube Size: 0.375" to 2.500" (9.53 - 63.5mm) OD

  • Reach: 6" & 12" (152.4 & 304.8mm)

  • Type: Tube Cutter

  • Great For Puncturing Or Cutting

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PTTC Series Tube Cutter

PTTC Series

Tube Cutter

Elliott’s PTTC (Push Type Tube Cutter) Series Cutters accommodate heat exchangers and boilers. The adjustable collar allows tubes to be cut or scored just beyond the tube sheet. The cutting blades are specially coated to increase longevity.

  • Tube Size: 0.375” to 2.500” (9.5 – 63.5mm) OD

  • Type: Tube Cutter

  • Tube Sheet Thickness: 5" - 12" (127.0 - 304.8mm)

  • Non-Ferrous/Steel or Stainless Steel Cutter Blades

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300 Series Boiler Tube Cutter

300 Series

Boiler Tube Cutter

Elliott’s 300 Series Boiler Tube cutters are power driven to cut tubes to length in Firetube and Watertube boilers prior to roll beading.

  • Tube Size: 2.000" to 3.000" (50.8 - 76.2mm) OD

  • Type: Tube Cutter

  • Male Square Drive: 1" (25.4mm)

  • Drive Source: Motors with ≤ 150 RPM or Ratchet

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Why Vent Tubes?

One of the most overlooked best practices for plugging a tube is to vent the tube beforehand. Tube venting is a process by which a small puncture is made inside of the tube, releasing any pressure or chemicals that may be trapped inside.