PolyWorkshop24i

Hydraulically operated CNC tablet controlled workshop machine for the production of PE and PP pipe fittings by butt welding. Pivoting clamps allow for the fabrication of segmented bends of different radii. Includes clamps for the production of bends

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PolyWorkshop24i workshop welding machine capacity 12" to 24" OD. bends, tees and crosses. CNC tablet controlled with 20,000+ data logging.

Standard Features

  • Welding range 12" to 24" IPS & 12" to 22" DIPS SDR 9 to SDR 41
  • Bend clamps allow production of segmented bends diameter 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 22" & 24" IPS and to 22" DIPS
  • Tee clamps produce equal tees and crosses diameter 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 22" & 24" IPS and to 22" DIPS
  • Wye / branch tee clamps produce true-wyes, 45 & 60 degree branch tees diameter 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 22" & 24" IPS and to 22" DIPS
  • Hydraulic open/close and locking of bend clamps
  • CNC operation with touch-screen and integated 20,000+ weld data logger is standard
  • Power supply to clients requirement
  • Please note technical specifications of Worldpoly machines may change without notice

Technical Specifications

General

Welding range 12" to 24" IPS & 12" to 22" DIPS SDR 9 to SDR 41
Tee clamps produce equal tees and crosses diameter 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 22" & 24" IPS and to 22" DIPS
Hydraulic open/close and locking of bend clamps
CNC operation with touch-screen and integated 20,000+ weld data logger is standard
Power supply to clients requirement
Please note technical specifications of Worldpoly machines may change without notice

Options

Bend clamps allow production of segmented bends diameter 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 22" & 24" IPS and to 22" DIPS
Wye / branch tee clamps produce true-wyes, 45 & 60 degree branch tees diameter 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 22" & 24" IPS and to 22" DIPS

MORE ABOUT Workshop welding machines

How do workshop poly welding machines work?

A workshop welding machine provides the ability to create bends, tees and crosses for HDPE pipes and fittings. They work principally the same as a butt welding machine used in the field, where the process aligns the HDPE pipes to be welded, shaves their ends smooth and parallel, melts both ends of the pipe and pushes them together at a controlled pressure. A workshop butt welding machine will however allow for pipe to come together at controlled angles, allowing production of bends, tees, crosses and wyes.

Worldpoly workshop machines allow for the welding of angles up to 67 degrees, and are complimented by workshop pipe saws specifically for the preparation of HDPE pipe segments for this purpose. You could choose to cut them using a chainsaw to save the cos , but you’ll then spend a lot of time facing the pipe segments.

Australian and international workshop poly welding standards

Worldpoly recommends using low pressure welding for all bends, crosses and tees. The addition of an angle creates a larger surface area, which is easily ruined by high pressure pushing the material out of the apex of the weld. Applicable standards include:

Sizes of workshop welding machines for sale

Worldpoly manufactures workshop welding machines for HDPE pipe anywhere from 90mm to 2000mm OD. Our team is continually innovating, and is currently designing a machine, which is capable of producing bends, tees and crosses for pipes up to 2500mm OD.

There are many, but one major difference between workshop welding machines is the size of fittings they make. The majority of manufacturers specify the maximum diameter of bend it will produce, but do not explain that the machine cannot produce tees, crooses or branch tees of that diameter.

As an example, a Worldpoly PolyWorkshop1200 can produce bends, tees, crosses, branch tees and tru-wyes to 1200mm, while the majority of ‘1200’ workshop machines on the market will weld bends to 1200, tees to 900 or 1000, and 800mm wyes. Call us old fashioned, but we supply what you reasonably expect

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