Lindab machine cuts spiral ductwork on site

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Cutting spiral ductwork on site —Lindab’s SR Cutter.
Lindab has introduced a machine for cutting spiral ductwork on site. The SR Cutter can be used for all types of spiral ducting within the dimensional limitations, including LindabSafe products. This machine is designed to cut spiral ductwork up to 0.9 mm thick in diameters from 80 to 315 mm and lengths up to 3 m. Precise and clean cuts are delivered every time. The SR Cutter is portable and can be set up in just a few minutes. To make a cut, the operator ensures that the length of duct is held firmly in place by the telescopic arm. The ‘knife’ is then used to pierce the duct close to a spiral fold to create a starting point for the automatic shears. There are also mounting points for the special pliers kit required for the new Lindab Lindab m system.
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