JET® brakes are one of several tool lines used in the forming phase of metalworking, along with Jet slip rolls, benders, presses and hand notchers. Metal workers use the brakes to bend and shape sheet metal and vinyl into siding, flashing, ductwork, gutters and other utility pieces. Jet brakes come as both floor and bench-model hand brakes and box-and-pan brakes, and all brakes have ceramic-coated fingers to protect the sheets during the bending process. The fingers on Jet metal brakes for sale are also easily adjustable and removable so that metalworkers can create a variety of angle, channel, box and compound bends. These brakes can be accessorized with Jet hand notchers to form angled cuts for shaping gutter end caps and other finish pieces.
Jet box-and-pan brakes are the prominent machines in Jet's line of brakes. They come in different sizes unique to the gauge of vinyl or sheet metal suitable for a job. Both floor and bench-model Jet box-and-pan brakes are equipped with stop rods to make repeat bends more efficient and can perform bar-brake operations when all of their fingers are installed. Each brake offers safe and stable brake operations, with welded steel plating trussed and braced with heavy-duty rods and bars. Jet brakes feature beds and aprons that are bored in line to ensure the most precise bending possible. Hand brakes come with counterweights on the leverage handle to minimize bending exertion, and some brake models come with foot clamps to provide additional holding capacity.
Jet brakes make the job of forming metal and vinyl products much more efficient with their adjustable finger settings, machined beds and aprons, secure clamping systems and stable mounts. When used with prefabricated metal sheets cut with Jet shears and angled with hand notchers, Jet metal brakes for sale are what metalworking professionals turn to for preparing ductwork, siding, gutters and other metal forms accurately with minimal exertion.
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