These featured photos include the most popular in-situ machining photographs and illustrations posted on our social media channels from January through to the end of March 2018. Shown here are hot tapping, the building of flange facers and diamond wire saws, and an illustration showing the workings of one of our heavy duty portable band saws.
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Hot tapping machine test - view from the inside
Describing to somebody how a hot tapping machine works can be complicated, but it gets a little easier when you show this photograph.
Inspection during machine build
Every machine built in our factory undergoes thorough inspection and pre-use function testing before being placed into stock or shipped to the customer. Shown here is inspection of a tool post assembly on a large flange facing machine.
Diamond wire saw build
Building a 3 metre diameter flange facing machine
This shows the assembly of the base of a MM3000i flange facing machine, which is modular in construction, making it suitable for mounting into bores from 44" up to 110".
Portable Band saw infographic
The above image shows the BS924. A portable band saw that's ideal for tubular severance on offshore decommissioning projects.
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