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Mayer PS 100



Machine Information Sheet

Inventory # C4069TS
Machine Type Saws - Panel Beam
Manufacturer Mayer
Model PS 100
Year 2013
Region
Voltage /3/60

Can be tranformed to required voltage for a nominal fee. Single phase available thru a phase converter

Condition Very Good
Machine Capacities -It is powerful and versatile. Traditional sturdy machine construction combined with an up to date control system are the basis for the new Mayer PS 100. These features guarantee precision, speed and long term highest cut quality. Now with optimized extraction system in the pressure beam through a two-channel system with automatic control.
-Perfect cut quality due to wear free, hardened and cylindrical guide ways.
-Heavy and sturdy machine body.
-Easy saw blade change more...
-High dimensional accuracy through the use of a separate measurement system and AC servo motor
-Efficient output due to high travel speeds
-Clamps in double finger execution ensure a secure hold of the panel packs
-Cutting length: 3200 mm
-Saw blade projection: 105 mm
-Main saw motor: 21 KW / 60 Hz
-Scoring saw motor: 2,2 KW
-Main saw blade diameter: 355 mm
-Scoring saw blade diameter: 150 mm
-Saw carriage feed speed: 5
- 100 m / min
-Saw carriage return speed: 130 m / min
-Pusher feed speed: 25 m / min
-Pusher return speed: 80 m / min
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Aldan Woodworking Machinery Inc. sells pre-owned/used machinery on a first come, first served basis. Pre-owned/used machinery is not covered under any warranty or Government requirements. It is purchased "as-is - where-is, with all faults." Descriptions and specifications are to the best of our knowledge (some information is communicated via third party sources). It is strongly recommended that the machinery be inspected prior to purchasing to confirm the condition and specification. Additional charges such as crating and loading may apply.

 

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