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Heavy Duty 120 Tonne

The 120 tonne heavy duty mobile Tyre Press from Penny Hydraulics is designed for tyre maintenance and service operations where the application demands performance and payload beyond the design capability of the standard model.

It can be used with solid and industrial tyres up to 380mm (15in) wide to provide complete flexibility to the user. The compact trailer provides quick and effi cient on-site support for tyre maintenance and service operations. The low weight and greater dimensions also means that an additional tool box can be fitted to store essential press tools on the press and therefore increase the vehicle payload for housing stock. As standard the press comes with 630mm diameter spider plate complete with short and long spider legs manufactured to the latest British Standard. The press can be specified to run on a 110v or a 240v power supply. A dual voltage option is also available which will run on either 110v or 240v supply and for truly stand alone operations the press is also available with an on board diesel generator.

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