There are different moulds of Pipe making machine, and different type of machine has different production range.
Also the speed decreases with the increase of pipe wall thickness.
When it comes to pipe-making machines, there are various molds and types available which cater to different production ranges.
The production range refers to the sizes and specifications of pipes that a particular machine is capable of producing.
The speed of the machine, however, tends to decrease as the pipe wall thickness increases.
This is primarily due to the additional material involved in forming thicker walls, which requires a slower production process to ensure proper molding and adequate strength of the pipe.
For example, machines designed for producing thin-walled pipes, such as those used in plumbing or irrigation systems, can generally operate at higher speeds because the walls are less substantial.
These machines are usually optimized for high-volume production.
On the other hand, machines meant for manufacturing thick-walled pipes, which are typically used in industries like oil and gas or construction, operate at slower speeds due to the greater amount of material required and the need for precision in the molding process.
These machines are built to handle the specific challenges associated with thicker walls, such as maintaining uniform thickness and structural integrity.
It's important to select the right machine and mold configuration based on the desired pipe specifications and production requirements.
We often provide guidelines and specifications for each machine model, including the range of pipe sizes and recommended production speeds for optimal results.
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