Over the years we’ve figured out that it’s the specifics that determine the campaign and the sell process. Because it matters if you need to sell within 30 days or if the union is hostile…

…or if we are describing a “cut-to-length line” versus a  60” McKay cut to length line.  Max material thickness 10 GA, .105 at 40,000 PSI yield;  min. material thickness .036;  speed range 45/60/90 FPM;  max. gauge at 60 FPM .105;   max gauge at 90 FPM .074;   cut lengths 12” min to 162” max; original install 1984.  McKay 15,000# x 60” payoff reel, ID range 15”-20” (w/o adapters), 20 ½ “ – 25” (with adapters), hydraulic expansion, sliding base w/12” travel, friction brake.  Side trimmer w/7” diameter knife, (2) 7” diameter x 66” long entry pinch rolls, 10GA capacity.   60” McKay leveler, (9) 2 ½” diameter leveling rolls x 66” long (backed up), (1) 5.725 diameter measuring roll & 6” diameter pinch roll, hump table, 3 ½” diameter power driven pinch rolls.   McKay 60” mechanical upcut shear (sn 9685), .135/10GA capacity, max cuts per minute 200, air clutch.   7 ½ hp McKay 20,000lb coil car (sn 22491 model BGY-20), 72” max OD x 50” max coil width.  This line has been upgraded with programmable length control (ver. 2.02.01) and new 25 HP Baldor E+ lever drive in 2007

 

The devil isn’t the only one invested in the details…