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T-35 Tee Forming Tool

 

Collar sizes: NS ½”- 1¼''
Run tube sizes: ⅝” - 2⅝”
Pipe material: Copper, CuNi
Work cycle time: 20 sec
Machine type: Portable tools
Process: Tee forming
Product materialT-DRILL_T-35_US.pdf Cost Data.xls Submittal Data.pdf T-DRILL_T-35_ES.pdf

T-DRILL T-35 portable tee forming machine

Leading contractors in plumbing, refrigeration and other tube and pipe manufacturing industries have found T-DRILL T-35 to have all the profit producing capabilities that have been experienced by T-DRILL for over 30 years.

Whatever tee joint connection combination either inch or mm between ½-1¼'' out of the run tubes up to 2½'' and you will be competitive compared to any other joining method.

Certification test is now available online!

T-35

Value

Tee diameter

½'' - 1¼''

Run tube diameter

½'' - 2½''

Max wall thickness

K, L, M tubing

Material

Copper

Cycle time

abt. 20 sec

Spindle rotation speed

0 - 470 rpm

Noice level

78 dB (A)

Vibration

less than 2,5 m/s2

Dimensions of the unit

19.7'' x 3.1'' x 7.9'' (LxDxH)

Weight of the unit

9,0 lbs

Supply voltage

230 V AC/ 50 Hz
110 V AC /50-60 Hz



T-DRILL ND-54 Tube End Notcher

ND-54 Tube End Notcher is used for cutting and dimpling the branched tube ends to enable the best possible flow characteristics.

The ND-54 is a natural complement to the T-DRILL tee forming system. It cuts a half-moon shaped coupon from each side of the branch tube to provide for full flow and simultaneously presses in a dimple that rests on the rim of the tee and acts as a depth stop. A second dimple 0.35'' higher acts as a point of inspection. The result is an inspectable brazed joint with the best possible flow characteristics.

For branch tube sizes ½”, ¾”, 1”, 1 ¼”, 1 ½”, 2” and for corresponding metric sizes.

ND-54 putkenpään muotoilija

Please see HFT-2000

CODES AND COMPLIANCES

ASME B31.9 - 2004 Building Services Piping - ASME Code for Pressure Piping, B31 – Section 930.2 Mechanically Formed Extruded Outlets
ASME B31.5c – 1992 – Refrigeration Piping
ASPE Data Book – Volume 4 – Chapter 2 – Mechanically Formed Tee Fittings
ASTM Designation: F 2014-00 - Standard Specification for Non-reinforced Extruded Tee Connections For Piping Applications
California Plumbing Code – 2007 – 606.1.3
California Mechanical Code – 2007 – 1201.2.1.4.2.1
Canadian Plumbing Code - Section 2.3.3.2. (1) Extracted Tees
Epcot Plumbing Code – Section 605.15.5
IAPMO PS 85-95 - Tools for Mechanically Formed Tee Connections
IAPMO – File # 1935 Since 1979
International Plumbing Code 2009, 2006, 2003, 2000 - Section 605.5.1 Mechanically Formed Tee Fittings
International Mechanical Code 2009, 2006, 2003, 2000 - Section 1203.3.8 Mechanically Formed Tee Fittings
NFPA 99 - Section 4.3.2.2.2 Vacuum System Piping Network (F)
NFPA 13 – Standard for the installation of Sprinkler System
MasterSpec (AIA) Basic 15060 – Mechanically Formed Tee Branch Outlets
National Standard Plumbing Code – Section 4.2.8.2 Mechanically Formed Tee
Unified Facilities Guide Specifications
Division 22 – Plumbing, Section 22 00 00 Plumbing General Purpose c. Copper Tube Extracted Joint
Section 22 00 70 Plumbing, Healthcare Facilities c. Mechanically Extracted Joints
Division 23 – HVAC Section 23 52 00 Heating Boilers 3.3.6.6 Copper Tube Extracted Joint
Section 23 57 10.00 10 Forced Hot Water Heating 3.3.13 Copper Tube Extracted Joint
Section 23 57 10.00 10 Forced Hot Water Heating 3.5.9 Mechanical Tee Joint
Section 23 70.0300 10 Heating and Utilities Systems 3.2.1.5 Copper Tube Extracted Joint
Uniform Plumbing Code 2009, 2006, 2003, 2000, 1997 – Section 606.1.3 Mechanically Formed Tee Fittings
Uniform Mechanical Code 2009, 2003, 2000, 1997 – Section 1201.2.1.4.2.1 Mechanically Formed Tee Fittings
Veterans Administration (Since 1984) – Section 15400 Plumbing, 15501 Sprinkler, 15705 HVAC, 15651 Refrigeration Copper Tube Extracted Joints

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