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Hydraulic Metal Shear Machine | Scr

by allen guo Food Processing Machinery
The hydraulic metal shear machine is mostly used to cut waste metal sheets, waste steel tubes, scrap steel plates, and other materials. This scrap metal cutting machine with jaws is appropriate for al
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  • Scrap metal cutting machines are mostly used in steel mills, scrap steel processing firms, and waste metal recycling processing facilities, among other places, to cut various types of metal resources.
  • When compared to a gantry shear, this jaw shear machine has the benefit of being portable, allowing it to chop scrap metals in a variety of locations.
  • This metal shear machine's cutting edge length is available in 400mm, 600mm, 700mm, 800mm, 1000mm, 1200mm, and various lengths. It has an 8-grade shear force that varies from 63 to 400 tons.
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The hydraulic metal shear machine is mostly used to cut waste metal sheets, waste steel tubes, scrap steel plates, and other materials. This scrap metal cutting machine with jaws is appropriate for all types of scrap metal recycling and processing factories, scrap vehicle dismantling plants, iron and steel smelting and casting industries, and so on, and it can cut off all forms of steel plates and various metal materials. Cutting length may be flexibly modified while using this metal scrap cutting machine to cut scrap metal.

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