0" Cap. 120" Width National NH12025 NEW SHEAR, Made In USA, Heavy Duty Hyd Shear
Press Brake - New Standard Tooling / Dies
NEW National 10' x 1/4" Heavy Duty Hydraulic Shear
Model: NH12025 MADE IN USA
National offers four powerful heavy duty precision hydraulic shears with
all steel cutter heads and tables. Standard with hydraulic rubber inserted
holddowns, quick adjusting back gaugefor direct reading with a positive
lock, front arm extensions, table gauges, heavy duty foot switch and well
lighted work area. You receive a full three year warranty. They hydraulic
unit conforms to J.I.C. standards featuring simplicity of design. The
National hydraulic system is simple to maintain with standard replacement
parts such and valves, cylinders, hosesand oil. The National shear is
actuated by a portable shrouded electric foot switch attached to a long
flexible cable so it may be positioned comfortable to operator.
National shears have high carbon high chromium blades with four cutting
edges of premium quality tool steel and will withstand nicking and wear
better the releived blades. National blades are secured to the shear with
tempered flat head screws through countersunk holes in blades. Complete
cuts of full width pieces are 2" longer than specifiedcutting length. The
high strength cast irn construction side frames are made of the highest
tensile strength metal needed for long life and accurate shearing.
Underdrive construction with downward cylinders and major hydraulics under
the bed gives the shear a low profile.
Maximum cutting length 120" (3048mm)
Maximum thickness--mild steel 1/4" (6.4mm)
Maximum thickness--stainless steel 1/8" (3.2mm)
Strokes per minute 20 (approximate)
Oil reserve capacity 24 gallons (53 liters)
Main motor 7.5 HP
Shipping weight 9,000 lbs. (4091 kgs)
Dimensions (L x W x H) 140" x 40" x 60"
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES: (CALL FOR PRICING)
Powered back gauge with digital readout
60" squaring arm
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call Terry at 973-497-7612
This machine is listed for sale by Machinery Values Inc.
located in Harrison, New Jersey