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T203-tapping-machine

Equipment Type

tapping-machine-icon

Pressure/ANSI Class

pressure-50-bar

Size

4-12-inches

Engineered for durability and precision, the TDW T-203 tapping machine is used primarily for the installation of TDW SHORTSTOPPÒ plugging machines. It also is suitable for a broad range of tapping operations where shutdown is not an option.

Specifications

  • 4-inch through 12-inch (DN 100 to DN 300) taps
  • Maximum working pressure: 50 bar (740 psi) at 38°C (100°F)
  • Operating temperature range: -29°C to 82°C (-20°F to 180°F) at 46 bar (675 psi)
  • 36 inches boring bar travel
  • Adjustable automatic feed rate: 0 to 1/8-inch per revolution
  • Available with air motor or hydraulic systems and TDW power unit

Key Features

  • Lightweight with a low center of gravity, it is designed to be easy to handle and to operate
  • Box is available for safe storage and handling

Common Applications

  • Making pipeline taps for Isolation intervention on distribution network

Engineered for durability and precision, the TDW T-203 tapping machine is used primarily for the installation of TDW SHORTSTOPPÒ plugging machines. It also is suitable for a broad range of tapping operations where shutdown is not an option.

Equipment Type

Pressure/ANSI Class

Size

Specifications

  • 4-inch through 12-inch (DN 100 to DN 300) taps
  • Maximum working pressure: 50 bar (740 psi) at 38°C (100°F)
  • Operating temperature range: -29°C to 82°C (-20°F to 180°F) at 46 bar (675 psi)
  • 36 inches boring bar travel
  • Adjustable automatic feed rate: 0 to 1/8-inch per revolution
  • Available with air motor or hydraulic systems and TDW power unit

Key Features

  • Lightweight with a low center of gravity, it is designed to be easy to handle and to operate
  • Box is available for safe storage and handling

Common Applications

  • Making pipeline taps for Isolation intervention on distribution network
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