2 years Warranty 50 ton Self Align Automatic Welding Rotators
Pressure vessels are basic containers that hold gasses and liquids
at different pressures. They are frequently used in industries and
private sectors globally for pressure reactors, autoclaves,
compression chambers, water storage, compressed air and much more.
However, because they are dangerous in nature, their construction,
development, and engineering are dictated by several parameters
which determine the maximum operating temperature and pressure.
Our welding rotator provide a safe and reliable service for welding
Applied job dia
|Wheel dia. & width(mm)||Wheel linear speed(mm/min)||Motor power(kw)|
|Rubber or PU||Metal|
By stepless inverter
-Turning Capacity: 50T
-Roller Diameter : Φ400mm
-Roller width: 200 mm
-Roller surface speed range: 100-1000mm / min
-Loaded Vessel/Tank diameter range: Φ500-3500mm
-Drive unit: AC frequency conversion motor and qualified gearbox.
-Wheel center adjustment (for both drive unit and Idler unit): Self
-Remote control: Remote control pendent with 15mtrs long Cable
-Rotational speeds (variable speed AC drive): Step-less variable
speeds are to be adjusted from min 100mm/min to max 1000mm/min by a
potentiometer on the remote control through inverter.
-Rollers: Polyurethene (PU) lined steel rollers with thickness at
-Motor power: 4kW
2. Test before delivery
3. Loading for shipment
Welding pipes is one of the simplest and most durable ways to join
piping together and steel pipes can simply be welded together with
MIG (metal inert gas), TIG (tungsten inert gas or SMAW (stick metal
arc) welding. Before welding two pipes together, avoid any gaps
between the two pipes. While welding, take measures to ensure the
continual alignment of the two pipes.
1.Align the two pipes and use clamps to hold them together, if
2.Fire your welding torch or strike your welding electrode on the
steel to open an arc between the welding tool and pipes. Allow the
torch to form a small welding puddle on the surface of the steel,
called a tack weld.
3.Move the arc slightly and create another welding puddle elsewhere
on the circumference of the pipes. Continue to move the arc and
create more welding puddles until you have formed a series of tack
welds at regular intervals along the circumference.
4.Move the welding tool thoroughly along the circumference of the
pipes creating a welding puddle that extends fully around the
circumference and connects the two pipes together.
5.Extinguish the arc and allow the welding puddle several minutes