Mechanical 3-Roller Symmetrical Plate Rolling Machine

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Shanghai
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
1 unit
Supply Capability:
1000 unit/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

This machine structure pattern three roller symmetrical type, have roller act as vertical sport of going up and down in two roller central symmetrical position, but acquisition through the mother’s worm transmission of pole silk of silk, the roller two times does rotatory sports, through moderate output gear wheel of plane and lay roller gear wheel clench the teeth , make for roll panel offer torsion.

Specification type

The largest thickness mm of a board

The largest width mm of a board

A board surrenders limit Mpa

Speed m/min of a board

Fully loaded with the minimum diameter mm

Have the diameter mm of the roller

Make the diameter mm of the roller

Diameter mm of the side roller

The biggest journey mm of the side roller

Side roller changes speed m/min

Power kw of the main electrical machinery

W12-25*2000

25

2000

245

4

800

350

320

240

240

80

22

W12-20*2500

20

2500

245

4

640

350

320

240

240

80

30

W12-30*2000

30

2000

245

4

1000

400

360

240

240

80

37

W12-25*2500

25

2500

245

4

800

400

360

240

240

80

37

W12-35*2000

35

2000

245

4

1200

420

380

210

210

80

37

W12-30*2500

30

2500

245

4

1000

400

360

230

230

80

37

W12-40*2000

40

2000

245

4

1400

480

400

420

420

80

45

W12-45*2000

45

2000

245

4

1600

500

450

280

280

80

45

W12-35*2500

35

2500

245

4

1200

480

400

420

420

80

45

W12-40*2500

40

2500

245

4

1400

500

450

380

380

80

45

W12-45*2500

45

2500

245

4

1600

530

480

450

450

80

63

W12-35*3000

35

3000

245

4

1200

500

450

380

380

80

45

W12-45*3000

45

3000

245

4

1600

560

500

450

450

80

63

W12-55*2500

55

2500

245

4

2000

600

550

500

500

78

75

W12-55*3000

55

3000

245

4

2000

620

560

500

500

78

75

W12-65*3000

65

3000

245

4

2400

670

600

550

550

78

110




Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:What is the best way to develop abs quickly without using any machinery?
Dieting..
Q:where can i get the plant layput & list of machinery along with market value?
For what kind of company?
Q:Gain on sales of machinery would be recorded as what? Debit or Credit?
credit to the machinery account when sale done and debiting on purchase of machinery to the machinery account
Q:What would happen if machinery is sold for less than book value?
Short answer, you have a book loss. Long answer, first we can make no tax assumptions here, not enough info. But for book value, I assume you mean the value on the books of whoever owned it before the sale. If you sell something for less than than the value on your books, you have a book loss. For instance, you bought a computer for $900, intending to keep it for 3 years. After the end of the first year, after a full year depreciation (straight line), the book value is $600. Let us say Dell comes out with something totally new and you want it. You buy it and want to get rid of your old one. But because of the new Dell almost everyone is buying, nobody really wants yours. You find someone to buy it for $200. Your book value was $600, you sold it for $200. You have a loss of $400. On your books is $900 debit to equipment and $300 credit to accumulated depreciation. So your entry to post the sale of your computer is this (Dr is debit, Cr is credit): Dr Cash $200 Dr Accumulated Depreciation $300 Dr Loss on Sale of Asset$400 Cr Computer $900 The entry balances.
Q:What equipment and machinery do you need for a printing on t-shirts business?
We are a company in heat transfer machine ,we can provide complete solution .you contact me on skype : c0400225
Q:To increase production output during the Industrial Revolution, businesses primarily invested in...?
Output = swifter, greater helpful production approaches. for this reason, equipment. workers have been extremely replaced. advertising and marketing got here later. assembly line sort artwork necessary little or no qualifications. B. .
Q:Which machinery makes this type of packaging /bags?
I don't like links.
Q:how can i acquire barrel assembly machinery for coffee bean processing?
The okorder.com/
Q:What can I talk about in my agriculture machinery speech?
I think you should talk about the plow. Consider how it was first a stick that the farmer used to break up the soil. Then it was pulled by livestock. John Deere did revolutionize the plow to break the sod found in this country by early settlers, and turned the soil completely over ao the grass side was buried. He also invented the replaceable tip to the plow, you did not have to replace the whole thing. Now in a move to control erosion, the is no-till farming. This breaks the soil up very little, kind of like the stick but better and faster. Good luck on the research. If you are near the Moline Illinois area, a filed trip to John Deere might be helpful, otherwise the Deere company or any dealer may have information for you to use.
Q:Field Instruments completed the following transactions and events involving ite machinery:?
Jan. 1 Paid $106,600 cash plus $6,400 in sales tax for a new machine. The machine is estimated to have a six-year life and a $9,800 salvage value Dr Machinery $113,000 Cr Cash $113,000 Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the machinery Dr Depreciation expense $17,200 (i.e. [$113,000-$9,800]/6) Cr Accumulated depreciation $17,200 2005 Dec. 31 Due to new information obtained earlier in the year, the machine’s estimated useful life was changed from six to four years, and the estimated salvage value was increased to $13,050. Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the machinery Dr Depn $27,583.33 Cr Accum. depn. $27,583.33 (Nbv of $95,800 - 13,050 divided by 3 remaining yrs) 2006 Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the machinery Dr Depn $27,583.33 Cr Accum. depn. $27,583.33 (Nbv is now $113,000 - $17,200 - $27,583.33 - $27,583.33 = $40,633.34) Dec. 31 Sold the machine for $25,240 cash Dr Cash $25,240 Dr Loss on disposal of machinery $15,393.34 Dr Accum. depn. $72,366.66 Cr Machinery $113,000

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range