FF1000 Flange Facer

This OD-mount machine features a low-profile power module and centering/leveling plate for fast and easy setup. Mounting bell with wide-access windows simplifies gearbox adjustments. Facing diameters range from 0 to 12 inches (0 to 304.8 mm).

Our product line has grown to exceed over 40 on-site machine tools: line boring machines, bore welders, flange facers, portable mills, and advanced valve testing systems. Additionally, to support our global customer base we have well over 2,500 tools available in our rental fleet.

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Facing Diameter:
0 – 12 inches (0 – 304.8 mm)

Milling Diameter:

ID Mounting Diameter:

OD Mounting Diameter:
2 – 12 inches (50.8 – 304.8 mm)

Power Option:

Two Mounting Bell Sizes

8 inch module mounts on flanges 4 to 8 inches (101.6-203.2 mm) in diameter.

12 inch module mounts on flanges 8 to 12 inches (203.2 to 304.8 mm) in diameter.

Two Power Modules

Use with either mounting bell. Variable radial feed rate.Manual depth adjustment / longitudinal feed.

100 rpm with a 15:1 gear reduction, 1-inch (25.4 mm) stroke, 105 ft•lb (142.7 N•m) of torque.

200 rpm with a 7.5:1 gear reduction, 1-inch (25.4 mm) stroke, 52.5 ft•lb (71.4 N•m) of torque

Optional Power Feed Module

Some applications require a remotely operated power axial feed. This 115V unit attaches to the power module. Axial feed rates are available from 0.04 to 1.6 inches/minute (1.0 to 40.6 mm/min.).

Two Facing Heads

8 inch module faces 0 to 8 inches (0 to 203.2 mm) in diameter.

12 inch module faces 0 to 12 inches (0 to 304.8 mm) in diameter.

Optional Small Flange Adapter Plate

Attaches to the bottom of the 8 inch (203.2 mm) diameter mounting bell to allow re-facing flanges from 2 to 4 inches (50.8 to 101.6 mm) in diameter.

Unit comes complete with setup fingers to accommodate smaller diameter flanges.

Quick and Easy Setup

An experienced operator can set up the FF1000 Portable Flange Facer in less than half an hour.

Once you are familiar with the machine, re-facing 2 to 3 standard flanges per hour is typical (depending on the size and type of flanges, access and general working conditions).