Spot repair beam press.
- - Available for all kind and all size of belts.
- - The platen slides to the damage located on the belt.
- - Automatic control unit.
- - Water cooled.
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|Heating||Heating Elements - 185º C (365º F) Max.|
|Pressure||Pressure bag (Air/Water) - 5 Bar (75 PSI)|
|Repairable area||Up to 300x300mm|
|Model||Belt (mm) (in)||G1 (mm) (in)||GCP (mm) (in)||G3 (mm) (in)||A (mm) (in)||B (mm) (in)||L (mm) (in)||Bottom beam weight (Kg) (Lb)||Top beam weight (Kg) (Lb)||Platen weight (Kg) (Lb)||Total weight (Kg) (Lb)|
|Repce Vigas 1600||1600 mm||200 mm||100 mm||568 mm||300 mm||300 mm||2100 mm||47.32 Kg||47.32 Kg||6.7 Kg||136 Kg|
|Repce Vigas 1400||1400 mm||200 mm||100 mm||568 mm||300 mm||300 mm||1890 mm||43.12 Kg||43.12 Kg||6.7 Kg||127.64 Kg|
|Repce Vigas 1200||1200 mm||200 mm||100 mm||568 mm||300 mm||300 mm||1675 mm||38.82 Kg||38.82 Kg||6.7 Kg||119.04 Kg|
|Repce Vigas 1000||1000 mm||200 mm||100 mm||568 mm||300 mm||300 mm||1465 mm||32.66 Kg||32.66 Kg||6.7 Kg||106.72 Kg|
|Repce Vigas 800||800 mm||200 mm||100 mm||568 mm||300 mm||300 mm||1260 mm||28.36 Kg||28.36 Kg||6.7 Kg||98.12 Kg|
|Repce Vigas 650||650 mm||200 mm||100 mm||568 mm||300 mm||300 mm||1105 mm||25.44 Kg||25.44 Kg||6.7 Kg||92.28 Kg|
|Repce Vigas 1800||1800 mm||200 mm||100 mm||568 mm||300 mm||300 mm||2320 mm||53.68 Kg||53.68 Kg||6.7 Kg||148.76 Kg|
|Repce Vigas 26||26 in||7.9 in||3.9 in||22.4 in||11.8 in||11.8 in||45.1 in||57.8 Lb||57.8 Lb||14.7 Lb||206.6 Lb|
|Repce Vigas 32||32 in||7.9 in||3.9 in||22.4 in||11.8 in||11.8 in||51.5 in||65.0 Lb||65.0 Lb||14.7 Lb||221.1 Lb|
|Repce Vigas 40||40 in||7.9 in||3.9 in||22.4 in||11.8 in||11.8 in||60.2 in||74.6 Lb||74.6 Lb||14.7 Lb||240.3 Lb|
|Repce Vigas 60||60 in||7.9 in||3.9 in||22.4 in||11.8 in||11.8 in||82.1 in||103.4 Lb||103.4 Lb||14.7 Lb||298.1 Lb|
|Repce Vigas 54||54 in||7.9 in||3.9 in||22.4 in||11.8 in||11.8 in||75.7 in||96.3 Lb||96.3 Lb||14.7 Lb||283.6 Lb|
|Repce Vigas 48||48 in||7.9 in||3.9 in||22.4 in||11.8 in||11.8 in||68.8 in||88.6 Lb||88.6 Lb||14.7 Lb||268.3 Lb|
|Repce Vigas 42||42 in||7.9 in||3.9 in||22.4 in||11.8 in||11.8 in||62.3 in||77.0 Lb||77.0 Lb||14.7 Lb||245.2 Lb|
The technical data shown are subject to change without notice.
Beam press for spot repairs on the belt. Aluminium made. Available for several belt widths from 650mm up to 3200mm (superior dimensions under request). The vulcanizer includes pneumatic pressure system, heating system and cooling system. The vulcanizing area is composed by 2 heating platens that hold the heating elements, the temperature probes and the cooling pipes. Quickly removable to make handling easier. Completely automatic process programmed from the control unit (heating, dwell time and cooling).
Easy programming. Automatic control of the whole splicing process, once the melting temperature, the dwell time and the cooling temperature have been set. Incorporates one thermometer and one ammeter per section. The ammeter allows the identification of possible problems in the electrical system of the vulcanizer, besides a voltmeter for input voltage reading that allows to detect any problem in the power supply. Automatic end-of-cycle buzzer.
The pressure is applied to the belt by means of a pressure bag (air/water), of the same dimensions of the heating platens. Maximum pressure 7 bar (100PSI).
Fast heating of the platens by means of heating elements. Each one is made with an asymmetrical winding to supply an even heat distribution all along the belt. The elements get warmer on the ends to compensate the loss of temperature and avoid heat concentration in the middle. Temperature programable up to 200º C / 392º F.
Water cooling system composed by a closed stainless steel circuit, that help circulate water all along the platens propelled by a water pump. Water favours a rapid temperature reduction of the belt and reduces waiting time for a new use of the press. Cooling system activates automatically after dwell time finishes.
Light safety bolts. Inlaid in the beams, allow a perfect assembly of them. Steel made with safety factor 2 (capable of withstanding twice the maximum load pressure of the beam).
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