ESAB New FUB 30 Roller Bed

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Photo courtesy ESAB

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products introduced the FUB 30 roller bed for fit-up of sections. This roller bed features a design to withstand the rugged environment in the welding industry. Designed to assemble 1+1 sections, the system is fast and easy to assemble. Each set consists of one power and one idler roller bed with four independently adjusted rollers to align the two sections with each other. The roller bed and the rollers are mounted on one main frame. The FUB 30 is ideal for use in fabricating large vessels, wind towers and pipemills.

The FUB 30 offers a maximum load of 30 tons with roller speeds of 130-1295 mm/min. Other features include steel rollers with polyurethane tires, an inverter-style drive control and a remote pendant with push buttons.


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