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44" ASC DUAL HEIGHT "R" & "AG" PANEL ROLLFORMER LINE: STOCK #14226

Stock #: 14226

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ASC "DUAL HEIGHT" ROLLFORMER

MODEL ......... CLASSIC SERIES

NUMBER OF PASSES ..... 14
ARBOR SIZE ........... 3"
BRAKE & HUMP DESIGN .. YES
CONTROLS ............. YES
TOP TOOLED FOR ....... "R" PANEL 
BOTTOM TOOLED FOR  ... "AG" PANEL W/ 9" CENTERS

Dual profile machines are often referred to as dual-height or double-deck machines because there is a lower set of stands and tooling for one profile, and a higher set of stands and tooling for the second profile. Both levels sit on a common base. Material feeds in and exits from either the higher or lower level. If floor space is limited, adding a second deck to your existing roll former is a good option.

Running two profiles on only one machine will also save on manpower and the additional cost for a second set of ancillary items (electrical setups, controllers, uncoilers, shears, etc.) needed for a new line. While a space-saver, you can only operate on one level at a time. The following are the most common profiles on dual profile panel lines:
• “Ag” Panels
• R/PBR Panels
• U/PBU Panels

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44" ASC DUAL HEIGHT "R" & "AG" PANEL ROLLFORMER LINE: STOCK #14226

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ASC "DUAL HEIGHT" ROLLFORMER

MODEL ......... CLASSIC SERIES

NUMBER OF PASSES ..... 14
ARBOR SIZE ........... 3"
BRAKE & HUMP DESIGN .. YES
CONTROLS ............. YES
TOP TOOLED FOR ....... "R" PANEL 
BOTTOM TOOLED FOR  ... "AG" PANEL W/ 9" CENTERS

Dual profile machines are often referred to as dual-height or double-deck machines because there is a lower set of stands and tooling for one profile, and a higher set of stands and tooling for the second profile. Both levels sit on a common base. Material feeds in and exits from either the higher or lower level. If floor space is limited, adding a second deck to your existing roll former is a good option.

Running two profiles on only one machine will also save on manpower and the additional cost for a second set of ancillary items (electrical setups, controllers, uncoilers, shears, etc.) needed for a new line. While a space-saver, you can only operate on one level at a time. The following are the most common profiles on dual profile panel lines:
• “Ag” Panels
• R/PBR Panels
• U/PBU Panels

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