Rotators with Bogies

Welding Rotators with Bogies are used in the welding industry for the rotation and positioning of cylindrical workpieces, such as pipes, vessels, or tanks. Bogies are designed to move along a track providing a controlled and efficient means of handling long and heavy workpieces during welding operations. Here are key features and aspects associated with this product:

Track System: Welding Rotators move on a track or rail system that allows them to move horizontally along a designated path. The track provides guidance for the rotators bogies, ensuring a straight and controlled movement.

Adjustability: Track length on Welding Rotators is selected to accommodate the distance between the rotator's rollers to suit the factory length and the workpiece to be welded.

Drive System: Standard Welding Rotators are equipped with motorized driving rotation. Longitudinal driving is a plus archived by Idler or Motorized Bogies.

Control Panel: Motorized Bogies typically have a control panel that allows operators to adjust the rotation speed and traveling speed on the track by means of a wire or wireless control.

Versatility: Track on Welding Rotators is an useful device used in longitudinal and circumferential tank, vessel or pipe welding.

Applications: Track on Welding Rotators are commonly used in industries such as oil and gas, shipbuilding, construction, and manufacturing, where the welding of large and long cylindrical structures is prevalent.

In summary, Track on Welding Rotators provide a practical solution for moving (horizontal translation) of cylindrical workpieces along a designated track. Their ability to move along a track adds a level of flexibility and efficiency to welding operations involving long and heavy workpieces.