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THE SAFEST WAY TO MOUNT AND DEMOUNT MINING TYRES


WHY USE A TYRE PRESS:


Extends the life span of tyres and rims as potential for damage is minimised. There is no need to use pry bars, chains, bead breakers or forklifts. Wheel assemblies are correctly mounted and demounted first time every time. There are no bead breakers to slip and cause accidental injury or damage.


One person can change the largest of earthmover tyres and thus eliminates the need for three or four tyre fitters to be present at any one time in order to take turns in holding bead breakers and pumping hydraulic hand pumps. Designed to eliminate potential for accidents associated with old methods.


POWERPRESS FEATURES: Load sensing hydraulic pump operates quietly and efficiently. Cable tracks used in the routing of hydraulic hoses and electrical cables


Heavy duty recessed overhead LED work lights are energy efficient and long lasting and make operation at night or in dimly lit workshops a pleasure.


Tyre Carrier Table rolls straight in and out and includes a fold down section on the larger units to allow the tyre handler to manoeuvre closer to the centre of the table Fully remote controlled operation. Various models available to cover from 24 inch rims all the way to 63 inch rims.


SALES AND EXPORT ENQUIRIES: POWERWORKS (Pty) Ltd.


27 Bushbuck Close, Corporate Park South, Midrand, South Africa. Tel: + 27 (0)11 203-9900


E-mail: info@power-works.co.za - www.power-works.co.za


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