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Shipyard cutting tool PRT

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Power Rotary Tool - PRT The extremely robust and powerful Power Rotary Tool is designed specifically for reliable, economical cutting of challenging materials. The materials that can be processed with this tool range widely, from hard fiberglass to extremely tough aramid fibers. Choice of 3 RPM settings (to 100%, 75%, 50% of the maximum). This permits cutting very tough materials as well as those with low melting points. Positive air pressure protects against dust and debris from e.g. carbon fiber, while also cooling the motor. Use of rotary blades reduces drag on the material Choice of 3 RPM levels
(16.000/12.000/8.000) Low-impact processing of materials with low melting points Clean, precise cuts and high throughput Compatible with G3, D3 Materials Textiles of all kinds Suitable for cutting with the PRT is a range of materials, including fiberglass and aramid. The tool can be set at 3 different rpm levels, i.e. at 100%, 75%, or 50% of the maximum. This allows for cleanly cutting tough materials as well as those with lower melting points. The PRT consists of a cutting assembly and a connector unit; it inserts into the Universal Module UM-60. Pressurized air keeps the cutting assembly free of residual fibers and other debris and also cools the motor. Tooth-belt driven, segmented rotary blades serve as cutting tools and are user-exchangeable. To guard against overheating, the temperature of the tool is monitored continually. The cutter displays an error message if temperature levels exceed safe limits. This makes the PRT ideal for industrial applications that may require prolonged usage in multiple shifts.


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