Pittsburgh Lock Model 16



The Pittsburgh Lock revolutionized the HVAC Industry in the late 1940’s and is still used today for its strength and ease in assembling ductwork.

The 16 gauge Pittsburgh rollforming machines has 7 forming stations with 2 forming positions. One inboard forming position forms the Pittsburgh lock and one auxiliary or outboard forming position has the capability of forming 1 of 8 different profiles depending on which auxiliary roll set is ordered.

Standard with Lockformer quality construction, these machines have Baldor motors; high precision needle-type bearings; heavy ¾” chassis plate; case hardened and ground roll shafts; and arc welded steel stands protected with Lockformer’s top-quality primer and paint finish. Alemite grease fittings are easily accessible from a central lubrication panel.