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SK50 Power E-Hydro Hydraulic Chuck 25,000RPM G2.5 (YG-1)


Starting at £178.80 £149.00

SK50 YG-1 POWER E-HYDRO Toolholders give up to 300% more tool life than ER Collet Chucks with up to 900Nm clamping force. Perfect surface finish is achieved with no chatter marks and minimum noice whilst pushing feed rates up to 30% higher. 3 micron run-out accuracy and balanced to 25,000RPM.
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Clamping Diameter Nose Diameter Gauge Length Nose Length Taper Length Accessories Stock Price (ex VAT) Qty Action
12 49.25 58
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£178.80 £149.00

Clamping Diameter 12
Nose Diameter 49.25
Gauge Length 58
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32 72 36
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£178.80 £149.00

Clamping Diameter 32
Nose Diameter 72
Gauge Length 36
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Features & Benefits
  • SK50 back end type.
  • AD/B through coolant type.
  • 3 micron run-out accuracy, balanced to 25,000RPM.
  • Either 64.5mm or 81mm gauge length.
  • The Ultimate Hydraulic Toolholder For Milling, Drilling and Reaming.
  • Up to 300% more tool life than ER Collet Chucks.
  • Up to 900Nm clamping force.
  • High torque transmission is guaranteed using hydraulic clamping technology.
  • Optimal radial rigidity from a compact and robust toolholder body, avoids lateral deflection during metal cutting.
  • Can be used with reduction sleeves or the tool can be clamped directly in the holder. 
  • HSS and carbide shanks in plain, weldon or whistle notch can be clamped.
  • Perfect surface finish – no chatter marks.
  • Push feed rates up to 30% higher.
  • Change cutting tool in seconds with 3 micron repeatability.
  • Compact design.
  • Suitable for through coolant tools.
Balance 25,000RPM G2.5
Product Range Hydraulic Chucks
Type Short & Rigid
Tolerance h6 Tolerance
Through Coolant Yes
Run Out <3 micron run-out
Taper SK50
Brand YG-1
Cutwel Sku E-HYDRO-SK50
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