Iowa Precision Pro-Fabriduct HVAC Full Coil Line

The Iowa Precision Pro-Fabriduct HVAC Full Coil Line is truly the most advanced complete coil line produced in the industry today. The line leverages footprint, speed, and production rates along with tolerances that NO other HVAC coil line can match. See Product Details below to see what sets Pro-Fabriduct apart.

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The Iowa Precision Pro-Fabriduct HVAC Full Coil Line is truly the most advanced complete coil line produced in the industry today — leveraging footprint, speed, and production rates along with tolerances that no other HVAC coil line can match. The features include:

  • Most economical footprint in the world and the fastest feed rate in the industry
  • E-Z load coil drum assemblies for quick spool changeover (no lifting devises to add to your lift truck)
  • Soft start motors for long life
  • Direct hydraulically driven decoilers system on every coil station with hydraulic hold downs and low friction pockets
  • Grid Skate Roll System for every coil station
  • Coil Select for feeding material into the coil processor
  • Industrial designed solid block die construction for a 25 year die life
  • The industry’s toughest and most stable frames. Structured steel tube construction-maintaining structural strength will allow accessibility for maintenance, clean up and service.
  • Full width contact feed rolls for positive accurate movement
  • Engineered with heavy-duty left/right synchronization to stabilize cutting action and give the lowest moving mass, thereby reducing shock and vibration during the cutting stroke
  • Quiet operating system with a sound level less than 67 DB
  • Shear head squaring system designed for easy adjustment
  • State-of-the-art control designed, manufactured and serviced by Iowa Precision.
  • Industrial, solid-state PLC touch screen operating system controller with storage recall
  • Tie Rod hole punching comes standard with both 5/16 and 7/16 punches
  • Iowa Precision Swing Knife HVAC Insulation Cutting System for both fiber and non-fibrous insulation
  • Solid state B & R controls with industrial quality/reliability; operator intuitive interface and graphics
  • Servo driven high speed wrap brake
  • Remote diagnostics and fast 24 hour service
  • Inline plasma cut available

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Pro-Fabriduct Full ROI

Input Production Volume
LBS. Per Year
lbs per part
Total Savings
$ Labor Savings
$ Material Savings
$ per

Manual Fabrication (using Ductomatic Starter with shear)

Shearing, Beading, Notching, Longitudinal Lock, Duct Connection, Glue, Insulation, and Forming Complete

1 Person beading, notching, and shearing part on existing Ductomatic line
1 Person handing notched part to form locking seam (Pittsburgh or Snap Lock)
1 Person handling notched part to form connection flange (TDC or S & D)
1 Person handling notched part to glue and insulate
1 Person handling notched part to install Duro-Dyne or Grip-Nail Pins
1 Person handling notche dpart at the brake

Automated Fabrication Using Fabriduct Line

1 Person makes complete part from sheeting thru braking processes


Labor Savings

hours per lbs at
/hour fully loaded labor rate

Total labor savings of: $ per lbs

Material Savings

lbs per year
Parts Per Year


Material Savings, Coil vs. Sheet:

$ = $


$ Material Total
$ Scrap at 10%
$ Total Sheet Costs

$ Material Total Scrap at 0%
$ Total Coil Costs

Pro-Fabriduct Starter ROI

Duct Stretch-Out Size

Material Costs:


Labor Costs To Shear, Bead, Notch, Form Male Lock & Bend Duct:

Sheet

$ Labor Per Part
Coil

$ Labor Per Part

Savings

Sheet

$ Material at $
/LB
Scrap at 10%
$ Labor at $ /Part

$ Total Sheet Costs
Coil

$ Material at $
/LB
Scrap at 0%
$ Labor at $ /Part

$ Total Coil Costs
$ Coil Vs. Sheet Savings
$ Total Savings, Coil Vs Sheet
$ Per pound savings
$ Total Per pound savings

Pro-Fabriduct Add-on ROI

lbs per part

Labor Savings

hours per lbs
at /hour fully loaded labor rate


Total savings of:

$ per lbs


Manual Fabrication (using Ductomatic Starter with shear)

Shearing, Beading, Notching, Longitudinal Lock, Duct Connection, Glue, Insulation, and Forming Complete
1 Person beading, notching, and shearing part on existing Ductomatic line
1 Person handing notched part to form locking seam (Pittsburgh or Snap Lock)
1 Person handling notched part to form connection flange (TDC or S & D)
1 Person handling notched part to glue and insulate
1 Person handling notched part to install Duro-Dyne or Grip-Nail Pins
1 Person handling notche dpart at the brake

Automated Fabrication Using Fabriduct Line

1 Person makes complete part from sheeting thru braking processes

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