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CSF32 Clamshell Pipe Cutting & Beveling Machine

The CSF32 Clamshell model from EZLINK PORTABLE MACHINE TOOLS is a versatile and precise machine designed for cutting and beveling tubing and pipe. The model is capable of handling tubing and pipe with a range of 26-32 inches (660-830mm) in outer diameter and wall thicknesses and materials, making it a great option for a wide variety of applications.

This clamshell model features EZLINK’s signature split frame technology, which makes mounting and dismounting easy, even in tight spaces. The 180 degree segments of the frame bolt together and clamp on the pipe with interchangeable mounting blocks. The aluminum/steel construction of the CSF32 makes it both lightweight and compact, making it well suited for use in applications with limited clearances.

With its ability to perform multiple operations on tubing and pipe, including cutting, beveling, single-pointing, counterboring, and facing flanges, the CSF32 is a great investment for anyone looking to save time and money in their welding preparation process. It is user-friendly and can be operated with just a few minutes of instruction, making it a great option for a wide range of operators.

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