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STANDARD SGH-10x2500 Hydraulic Guillotine

Machines are built on order, delivery is 9~14 weeks
Shipped Worldwide- Prices include freight to your nearest sea port*

*Excludes Local Taxes*

Description:

Standard SGH-10x2500 Hydraulic Guillotine:

A hydraulic guillotine is a cutting machine that uses hydraulic power to operate the cutting blade. The machine consists of a large, flat table with a blade mounted on a hydraulic ram at one end. The blade is typically made of high-strength steel and has a sharp edge that is designed to slice through thick sheets of metal or other materials.

To use the hydraulic guillotine, the operator places the material to be cut onto the table and positions it according to the desired cut. The operator then activates the hydraulic system, which causes the ram to move downward and the blade to slice through the material.

Hydraulic guillotines are typically used in industrial settings, such as metal fabrication shops, to cut large sheets of metal or other materials into smaller sizes or shapes. They are preferred over manual guillotines because they require less physical effort to operate and are more efficient in cutting thicker materials. Additionally, hydraulic guillotines offer greater accuracy and consistency in cutting, making them a popular choice in manufacturing and metalworking industries.

Our operators opinion of SGH-10x2500:
"First impression, its well finished with no Chinese labels - This means allot when you understand the quality grading system in China"
"The build quality is good all-round and everything runs well, cutting is smooth without hesitation or frame flex.
Low Price and Strong Build = Bang for your Buck!"

Why buy your next Guillotine from us?

  • We are Machine Tool Specialists and have focused on metal working machinery for over 40 years. Work with us, we are the right choice for metal working machinery.
  • The Standard Guillotines are made for South Africa and have over years been fine tuned to work well under local conditions, its essential that you can rely on your tools to do your work and grow your business and we want you to grow your business so we can do business with you again. John Sierra quote " We don't want to sell you a machine, we want to grow together and sell you every machine"
Specifications
  • Shearing Thickness - 10mm (mild steel)
  • Shearing Length - 2500mm
  • Distance Between Uprights - 2750mm
  • Strokes Per Minute - 12
  • Back gauge Travel - 0-700mm
  • Blade Shearing Angle - 2°
  • Worktable Height - 800mm
  • Throat Depth - 150mm
  • Main Motor - 15kW
  • Hydraulic Oil Tank Capacity - 320liters
  • Dimensions - 3200x2000x1900mm
  • Weight - 8500kg
Features:
  • Control System - Estun E21 2-axis NC controller
  • Hydraulic Components - Rexroth (Germany)
  • Hydraulic Seals and Components - NOK (Japan)
  • Electrical Components - Schneider (France)
  • Back gauge - high accuracy with ball screw
  • Front Sheet Support - support arms with rollers
  • Safety Guards - back and side
Delivery

Strictly Build-on-Demand/Order
Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Hydraulic Guillotine

Here are the general steps on how to use a hydraulic guillotine:

  1. Preparation: Make sure the hydraulic guillotine is properly set up and all safety features are in place. Check that the blade is sharp and in good condition, and that the material to be cut is securely positioned on the table.

  2. Adjust the blade: The blade can be adjusted to the desired cutting angle and depth, depending on the thickness and type of material being cut. Use the controls to set the blade to the desired position.

  3. Position the material: Place the material to be cut onto the table and align it with the cutting line. Use the table’s measuring guides or rulers to ensure accuracy.

  4. Secure the material: To prevent the material from moving during cutting, clamp it securely to the table using the machine’s clamping mechanism.

  5. Start the machine: Activate the hydraulic system and lower the blade onto the material. The blade will move through the material and cut it to the desired size and shape.

  6. Remove the cut material: Once the cutting process is complete, lift the blade and remove the cut material from the table.

  7. Shut down the machine: Turn off the hydraulic system and any other power sources. Clean the machine and check that all parts are in good working condition.

Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and recommended safety procedures when using a hydraulic guillotine. This includes wearing protective equipment, such as safety glasses and gloves, and avoiding loose clothing or jewelry that can get caught in the machine.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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Description:

Standard SGH-10x2500 Hydraulic Guillotine:

A hydraulic guillotine is a cutting machine that uses hydraulic power to operate the cutting blade. The machine consists of a large, flat table with a blade mounted on a hydraulic ram at one end. The blade is typically made of high-strength steel and has a sharp edge that is designed to slice through thick sheets of metal or other materials.

To use the hydraulic guillotine, the operator places the material to be cut onto the table and positions it according to the desired cut. The operator then activates the hydraulic system, which causes the ram to move downward and the blade to slice through the material.

Hydraulic guillotines are typically used in industrial settings, such as metal fabrication shops, to cut large sheets of metal or other materials into smaller sizes or shapes. They are preferred over manual guillotines because they require less physical effort to operate and are more efficient in cutting thicker materials. Additionally, hydraulic guillotines offer greater accuracy and consistency in cutting, making them a popular choice in manufacturing and metalworking industries.

Our operators opinion of SGH-10x2500:
"First impression, its well finished with no Chinese labels - This means allot when you understand the quality grading system in China"
"The build quality is good all-round and everything runs well, cutting is smooth without hesitation or frame flex.
Low Price and Strong Build = Bang for your Buck!"

Why buy your next Guillotine from us?

  • We are Machine Tool Specialists and have focused on metal working machinery for over 40 years. Work with us, we are the right choice for metal working machinery.
  • The Standard Guillotines are made for South Africa and have over years been fine tuned to work well under local conditions, its essential that you can rely on your tools to do your work and grow your business and we want you to grow your business so we can do business with you again. John Sierra quote " We don't want to sell you a machine, we want to grow together and sell you every machine"
Specifications
  • Shearing Thickness - 10mm (mild steel)
  • Shearing Length - 2500mm
  • Distance Between Uprights - 2750mm
  • Strokes Per Minute - 12
  • Back gauge Travel - 0-700mm
  • Blade Shearing Angle - 2°
  • Worktable Height - 800mm
  • Throat Depth - 150mm
  • Main Motor - 15kW
  • Hydraulic Oil Tank Capacity - 320liters
  • Dimensions - 3200x2000x1900mm
  • Weight - 8500kg
Features:
  • Control System - Estun E21 2-axis NC controller
  • Hydraulic Components - Rexroth (Germany)
  • Hydraulic Seals and Components - NOK (Japan)
  • Electrical Components - Schneider (France)
  • Back gauge - high accuracy with ball screw
  • Front Sheet Support - support arms with rollers
  • Safety Guards - back and side
Delivery

Strictly Build-on-Demand/Order
Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Hydraulic Guillotine

Here are the general steps on how to use a hydraulic guillotine:

  1. Preparation: Make sure the hydraulic guillotine is properly set up and all safety features are in place. Check that the blade is sharp and in good condition, and that the material to be cut is securely positioned on the table.

  2. Adjust the blade: The blade can be adjusted to the desired cutting angle and depth, depending on the thickness and type of material being cut. Use the controls to set the blade to the desired position.

  3. Position the material: Place the material to be cut onto the table and align it with the cutting line. Use the table’s measuring guides or rulers to ensure accuracy.

  4. Secure the material: To prevent the material from moving during cutting, clamp it securely to the table using the machine’s clamping mechanism.

  5. Start the machine: Activate the hydraulic system and lower the blade onto the material. The blade will move through the material and cut it to the desired size and shape.

  6. Remove the cut material: Once the cutting process is complete, lift the blade and remove the cut material from the table.

  7. Shut down the machine: Turn off the hydraulic system and any other power sources. Clean the machine and check that all parts are in good working condition.

Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and recommended safety procedures when using a hydraulic guillotine. This includes wearing protective equipment, such as safety glasses and gloves, and avoiding loose clothing or jewelry that can get caught in the machine.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*