2-16002766: Table Press for Clamping & Straightening for the System 16 Metric Series Welding Tables

2-16002766: Table Press for Clamping & Straightening for the System 16 Metric Series Welding Tables

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Table Press for Clamping and Straightening - System 16 Welding Tables

(Item No. 2-16002766)

Perfect weldments by pre-stressing before welding. The table press is used for straightening deformed steel products. With a compressive force of 2.5 tons, parts that have unwanted unevenness or tension in the material, can be straightened. With the additionally available pipe bending stamp, pipes with a diameter of up to 1.5" O.D. / 42mm O.D. can be bent flexibly.

The total stroke is 2.3" / 60mm, which can be achieved with 13 pump strokes with an operating force of approx. 330 N (stroke per pump stroke 4.6mm). An overflow valve prevents additional pressure build-up when the piston rod is fully extended. For a secure attachment on the table, the table press can be fixed through the turret head by using Fast Clamping Bolts or by the attached bolt.

The table press must always be fixed in two places.

High Pressing Force:
Pressing force 2.5 tons with an operating force of approx. 330 N.

Working in Vertical Position:
With the help of the integrated bolt, the table press can be attached to the square and additionally fixed with a stop from above.

Bending Round Tube:
With a Round Tube Bending Plug, pipes up to Ø 45 mm can be bent or straightened. Proper handling and several bending processes will lead to a clean result without any marks.

Working in Corners:
Corners can be pressed with an aluminum tip without damaging the inner weld seam.

Table Press Specs and Features: 
- For the Siegmund System 16 Metric Series Welding Tables
- Force: 2.5 Tons
- Weight: 12.5 lbs. / 5.7 kg
- Total Stroke: (2-1/4" O.D. / 60mm O.D.)
- Bend up to 1-1/2" O.D. Round Tube (42mm O.D.)

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