Kinkelder USA

4931 26th Ave.
Rockford, IL 61109

Phone: 815-965-6900
Fax: 815-965-4570

Sales Contact
Bill Thornton - Sales Manager
800-435-SAWS (7297)

Recent Content on for Kinkelder USA

December 16, 2014
Improving flying cutoff operations, mill productivity
Tube and pipe production is a capital-intensive process, but paying close attention to the efficiency of some of the lowest-cost items, specifically the consumables, can yield big benefits in productivity. At the cutoff, proper blade choice and optimizing the cutting depth are important first steps, but it’s also necessary to diagnose saw problems and—most important of all—develop a blade replacement strategy that minimizes mill downtime.
December 2, 2009
Choices in flying cutoff saw blades
Friction saws are the conventional cutoff machines for tube and pipe mills. Drawbacks include hazards (noise and risk of breakage) and burrs they tend to generate. Tungsten-carbide-tipped (TCT) blades, which require more sophisticated sawing machines, run slower and safer, cut cleaner, and are less prone to breakage.


Cutting - Tube, Pipe, Profiles, and Sections
Band Saws
Cutting - Tube, Pipe, Profiles, and Sections
Circular Saws
Assembly, Kitting, Packaging, and Shipping
Cutting - Tube, Pipe, Profiles, and Sections
Friction Saws
Saw Blades