The Rotary Compression Bending Principle uses a stationary forming die and a powerful wiper arm that rotates around the die which pulls the work piece around the die to create the bend. The wiper arm locks into the rotating top plate. A variety of structural, roll formed and extruded sections can also be formed using the rotary compression process saving time and money! These Pedrick machines have a work surface and rotating top plate in heavy normalized steel plate mounted on a solid cast or alloy steel base frame. The bending arm is powered by an electric self braking, brushless SEW-Eurodrive right angle motor reduction unit mounted under the table. Bend cycle is controlled by a reversing contactors, motor overload protection modules and a control transformer, all which meet NEC, JIC and UL specifications. Switchgear is enclosed in a NEMA style cabinet complete with an external, Lock-Out/Tag-0ut fused disconnect. Adjustable limit switches and hand held controls are standard.
HP 20 Bending Moment 250,000 In-Lbs Pipe Capacity 6" Scd. 40 O.D. Tube Capacity 6.625 x 0.280" Wall Round Rod n/a Approx. Wt. 16,800 Lbs Spindle 7.00" Floor Space 84" x 84"