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Hydraulic Butt Roll Cutter &
Core Stripper Features

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Features of the Core Stripper
Introducing the Hydraulic Core Stripper, a cutting-edge solution designed with various features to enhance efficiency and safety in core-stripping operations. This advanced equipment boasts a Hydraulically Powered "Shear-Action" Blade, providing a precision cutting mechanism that ensures seamless operations.
~One standout feature of this core stripper is its unique design, allowing the cut material to fall directly into a conveniently placed container below. This feature streamlines the workflow and contributes to a cleaner and more organized working environment.
~Ensuring operational safety is a top priority with the Dual Push Button Operation, incorporating an Anti-Repeat Interlock. This feature prevents unintended repetitions, mini
mizing the risk of accidents and enhancing overall workplace safety. Additionally, the optional Blade Carrier Attachment adds another layer of safety by facilitating the secure replacement of dull blades, ensuring a smooth and efficient blade-changing process.
~Efficiency meets user-friendly design with the inclusion of a Jack Screw, enabling easy and fast cut depth adjustments without the need to reset limit switches. This feature not only saves valuable time but also enhances the adaptability of the Core Stripper to various materials and cutting requirements.
~This equipment's versatility is further underscored by its availability in different sizes. It accommodates cores of up to 66 inches in length and 23 inches in diameter. Whether you're dealing with smaller or larger cores, there's a model suitable for your specific stripping needs.
~The CS-42, CS-54, and CS-66 models feature a Loading Swing Out Mandrel with an
Electrical Interlock. This innovative design ensures that operators' hands are kept at a safe distance from the blade at all times, enhancing workplace safety. The electrical interlock adds an extra layer of security, preventing accidental engagement while the mandrel is in the loading position.

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