Joist Tube Forming Rollformer

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Joist Tube Roll Forming Machine Specifications

  • Profile: 8" x 3" Joist - Beam
  • Coil Width: 24"
  • Forming Speed: 70" per min
  • Material thickness: 0.32 to 0.40
  • Machine Weight: 10 ton
  • Machine Footprint: 54ft
  • Main power: 240v - 3ph - 60Hz
  • Motor: 8Hp
  • Gearbox: Chain drive
  • Stations: 26
  • Cutting type: Flying saw
  • Control system: Delta
  • Safety covers: yes
  • E Stops
  • FOB Orlando, Florida

Joist Tube Roll Forming Machine Description

A Joist Tube Roll Forming Machine is a specialized piece of equipment used in the construction industry to manufacture joist tubes, also known as joist trusses or joist beams. Joist tubes are structural components that are commonly used in the construction of buildings, especially in the framing of floors and roofs.

The roll forming process involves feeding a continuous strip of metal through a series of rollers that progressively shape the metal into the desired cross-sectional profile. In the case of a Joist Tube Roll Forming Machine, it is designed to create the specific shape and dimensions required for joist tubes. These tubes are typically made from materials like steel or aluminum.

Here's a general overview of how a Joist Tube Roll Forming Machine works:

  1. Material Feeding: The machine starts by feeding a coil or sheet of metal into the system. This material can vary in thickness and width based on the design specifications.
  2. Roll Forming: The metal strip passes through a series of rollers, each of which has a specific contour. As the strip moves through the rollers, it gradually takes on the desired shape and profile of the joist tube. The rollers are often adjustable to accommodate different tube dimensions.
  3. Cutting and Length Control: Once the metal strip has been formed into the desired shape, the machine can include a cutting mechanism that trims the tube to the required length. Some machines may also have length control systems to ensure precise cutting.
  4. Collecting and Stacking: After the joist tubes are formed and cut, they are typically collected and stacked for further processing or packaging.

Joist Tube Roll Forming Machines are versatile and can be customized to produce different sizes and profiles of joist tubes based on the specific needs of a construction project. These tubes are essential for creating the structural framework of buildings, providing support for floors and roofs, and distributing the weight of the structure.

The use of roll forming machines in construction helps streamline the manufacturing process, improve efficiency, and ensure consistent quality in the production of joist tubes and other structural components.

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