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Tubing Roller

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of tubing roller manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source tubing roller manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate tubing roller companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture tubing rollers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading tubing roller manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for square tube roller, manual tubing roller, or tubing roller machines.

  • Sturgis, MI 269-651-9393

    Our teams at Burr Oak Tool Inc. work hard to accommodate our customers with the best tubing rollers around. Our tubing roller systems are designed for superior quality. We are great at anticipating your needs which is why we offer fast turnaround on all orders. There is no project too complex for our engineers. Just give us a call or visit our website for more information!

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  • Brunswick, GA 912-265-7536

    For over 50 years, Haven Manufacturing Corporation has built a solid reputation as the productivity leader in the tube recutting industry. As our business continues to grow, we have kept the focus on providing new cost-effective machinery and total solutions that increase output without adding additional labor resources. You can trust Haven to provide fully integrated solutions to meet all of your needs for tube loading, precision cutting, deburring, end finishing, washing stacking needs.

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  • Davenport, IA 563-391-7700

    Ercolina’s affordable tube benders and fabricating machines are designed to reliably and accurately produce your bending applications. As a result, our machines will increase profit, as well as improve product quality and finish. Ercolina offers high quality pipe benders, machine tools, machinery, metal forming, mandrel benders, non mandrel benders, steel tubing benders, and general pipe bending equipment. Contact us to find which tube bender would best suit your requirements!

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  • Columbiana, OH 330-482-3388

    Our tube forming machines are beyond compare. These value-added products are functional and simple to use. Here at Fairfield Machine Company we have an extensive background and our experts are eager to assist you. As a turnkey provider we will quickly deliver your products and it is our mission to exceed all of your expectations. Please give us a call today to learn more!

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  • Mooresville, IN 317-831-4542

    Since our inception in 1968, we have had a reputation of being a leader in carbide tooling. Our tube forming systems consist of six main lines of business: End forming Equipment & Tooling, Tube Mill Tooling, Tube Dies, Short Run Tube Production, Automation & Cellular Integration, and Gages, Fixtures & Precision Machining.Our engineering team is ready to provide a tailored solution to put your production into overdrive.

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  • Stapleton, AL 251-937-0947

    Carell Corporation brings you over 28yrs experience in providing worldwide industrial fabricating and manufacturing technology solutions. Our team of Application Professionals are committed to the highest standards of quality and performance to offer you a wide range of options that maximize efficiency while matching almost any budget. From the smallest of shops to the largest automated production systems we are here to help you take your efficiency to the next level. Call Us Today!

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Tubing Roller

Tubing rollers, also known as tube rollers, are a type of tube forming machinery used similarly to tube benders, thus creating an angle in the tube or pipe of up to 90º, or a right angle. Industrial tubing rollers are not to be confused with commercial tubing rollers, which are simple manual devices that are used for applications such as squeezing out the remaining toothpaste from the bottom of the tube.

As a specific type of tube bending equipment, industrial tubing rollers are extremely common and are widely used in a range of industries and applications such as: industrial manufacturing, as various components in automation equipment systems including conveyor rollers and compactors; food and beverage, to be used in processing plants for the delivery of bulk solids, liquids and gases; aerospace, for use in spacecraft and flight hardware such as fuel systems and structural components; agriculture, to be used in farming equipment and fluid delivery for applications such as irrigation systems; and marine, for use in structural components and internal components such as exhaust systems. Able to be manually, mechanically, pneumatically, hydraulically or electrically-powered, tubing rollers are also commonly utilized in industries such as automotive, petroleum, chemical processing, wastewater, construction and more.

Tubing rollers are also commonly known as roller benders. A roll bender most often consists of three rolls, two of which are moved and thus used to form the bend in the tubing. The breakdown of the roll bending process is that the tube is initially passed through a series of rollers (most often three) that apply pressure to the tubing while gradually changing the bend radius in the tube. There are several different types of tubing rollers including pyramid style and double pinch type. When it comes tot eh pyramid style roll benders, there is have one moving roll, which is usually the top roll. Double pinch type roll benders, on the other hand, have two adjustable rolls, which are usually the bottom rolls, and a stationary top roll. This method of tube bending causes very little deformation in the cross section of the tube and is well-suited to producing coils of tubing as well as long gentle bends much like those that are used in truss systems. In addition, this method of tube bending is best suited for forming helical-shaped tubing. Also, roller benders, while they are primarily used for tube rolling, can also be used for pipe rolling. For pipe rolling (as well as tube rolling), several different roller types can be used including spindle-shaped, pyramid-style and double pinch type

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Burr Oak Tool Releases New Website

Burr Oak Tool Inc. recently unveiled its newly-redesigned website which features an improved user experience and an updated look. Visitors to burroak.com can now explore a comprehensive media library of educational content that includes OAK product videos and brochures, white papers, webinars, and much more. The website also features streamlined processes for locating OAK Representative contact information and requesting information on machines, replacement parts, and service visits. Additionally, visitors to the updated site have the option to register for a new burroak.com account, which grants special access to restricted... Read More

BURR OAK PRESENTS AT SIEMENS AUTOMATION SUMMIT

Eric Lund and Adam Broadwater from Burr Oak Tool Inc. presented a case study at the 2013 Automation Summit in New Orleans on June 25, 2013.  The presentation covered Burr Oak’s use of Siemens technology, specifically its S7-1500 series PLCs and TIA Portal engineering software.  Lund and Broadwater described how the technology was implemented and the benefits that it provided to Burr Oak to help build new equipment faster, better and more economically.  The Automation Summit is held by Siemens as a way for its customers to learn from other... Read More