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CSF24 Clamshell split frame cutting beveling machine

The CSF Series from EZLINK PORTABLE MACHINE TOOLS is a reliable and efficient solution for cold cutting and beveling of pipes. The split frame technology allows the machine to be easily mounted and dismounted, making it suitable for use in various applications. The models in the standard range have an aluminum or steel body, designed to be lightweight and compact, making them ideal for use in applications with restricted clearances.

The CSF Clamshell split frame cutting beveling machine CSF24 18in-24in OD (DN457 – 610mm), is specifically designed for cold cutting and beveling of pipes in this size range. It operates based on a rotating split ring style OD mounted machine tool, also known as clamshells. The machine is capable of cutting, beveling, single point counterboring and facing flanges, making it an efficient solution for welding preparation. The easy-to-follow manual and quick training sessions allow operators to make accurate cuts and bevels with ease. By using the machine, operators can save time and money compared to traditional hand cutting methods.

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