|March 2017||Monthly Newsletter for CML USA, Inc. Ercolina||Volume 6, Number 3|
March 7-11, 2017
March 22-24, 2017
CML USA, Inc.
3100 Research Parkway
~ Jim Rohn
Ercolina Angle Rolls: maximum performance with minimum deflection
Ercolina offers a comprehensive line of angle roll machines with capacity of up to 4” pipe. Starting with the CE35, a portable single phase machine, and progressing up to the CE100, a hydraulic angle roll, Ercolina has a fixed pyramid rolling machine to meet your bending requirements. All machines come equipped with a universal tooling set, operate in the vertical or horizontal position and carry a full one year warranty. With the proper tooling and accessories, ring roll machines can form a variety of materials while being a productive and profitable work center in your facility.
View our full line of Angle Rolls – Section Benders!
Creating precise coils
A customer who produces filtration systems needed to make various diameter rings from 3/4” aluminum tube which will have air holes punched into it. Using their model CE40H3 Ercolina angle roll machine, they were able to easily create coils to their specifications.
3/4” aluminum tube bent to a 13” diameter
Do you have any questions? Be sure to visit ercolina-usa.com or call us today at 563-391-7700 to speak with our experienced sales, service and support staff who can offer positive application solutions!
Did You Know…
… universal tooling sets are included?
Each Ercolina Angle Roll machine comes standard with a Universal Tooling Set? This tool set includes flanges and spacers that can be reconfigured to capture a number of profiles.
Additional tooling is available for pipe, tube, caprail, extrusions and more. Contact our sales team to discover all the possibilities available with your Ercolina roll machine!
Be a superhero and protect your eyes!
Eye injuries in the workplace are very common. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports that every day about 2,000 U.S. workers sustain job-related eye injuries that require medical treatment. However, safety experts and eye doctors believe the right eye protection can lessen the severity or even prevent 90 percent of these eye injuries.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires workers to use eye and face protection whenever there is a reasonable probability of injury that could be prevented by such equipment. Personal protective eyewear, such as goggles, face shields, safety glasses or full face respirators must be used when an eye hazard exists. The necessary eye protection depends upon the type of hazard, the circumstances of exposure, other protective equipment used and individual vision needs.
There are four things you can do to protect your eyes from injury:
Be Wonder Woman (or the superhero of your choice) by keeping your eyes safe and reminding your coworkers to do the same!!
Source: American Optometric Association