3' x 12 ga. Initial Pinch Slip Roll
The Model BSR Initial-Pinch Rolls are also called Slip Rolls. Their design has gained worldwide acceptance; and although used for bending lighter sheet materials, they are built for durability and efficiency, while still being easy to operate and low in cost. Strong castiron frames are used on all sizes for rigidity and stability. The roll shafts are journalled in long-life bronze bearings. The upper and lower rolls are driven by a brake motor through a heavily proportioned gear assembly, producing a single rolling speed and effecting prompt stopping of the rotation of the rolls. The lower front roll, which is used for clamping the work-piece, and the rear roll, which is used for setting the bending radius, are each adjusted by a single handwheel. Both handwheels are conveniently located for ease of operation.
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