Engineering Specification, 400 ton Self-Contained 3-Mould Concrete Slab & Kerb Press (O/No. 58160)

400 ton Self-Contained 3-Mould Concrete Slab & Kerb Press (O/No. 58160)

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Specification:400 ton self-contained three-mould concrete slab and kerb press
Process:For the production of hydraulically pressed slabs and kerbs by the wet mix process to suit British Standard Specifications
Main Characteristics:Maximum main ram power400 tonf
Maximum mould size3′ 0″ x 2′ 0″
Slab Mould Sizes:3′ 0″ x 2′ 0″ x 2 1/2″ maximum thickness
2′ 6″ x 2′ 0″ x 2 1/2″       ”             “
2′ 0″ x 2′ 0″ x 2 1/2″       ”             “
Kerb Mould Sizes:10″ x 5″ and 12″ x 6″ bull nose, to BS340:1963 Fig. 1 & 2
  ”      ”           ”       ”   half batter, to BS 340:1963 Fig. 6 & 7
  ”      ”           ”       ”   chamfer, to BS340:1963 Fig. 4 & 5
  ”      ”           ”       ”   channel, to BS340:1963 Fig. 8
supplied complete with all necessary mould boxes, distance pieces, nitralloy steel liners, etc.
Pump:One – ‘Fielding’ A2 high speed radial pump, direct coupled to electric motor
(the pump has two separate deliveries, one supplying the main cylinder and the slewing cylinder, the other supplying the ejector cylinder)
Pump Output:Delivery 13.5 gal/m @2240 psi when running at 1460 rpm
Electric Motor:One – 20 HP, 400/440 volt, 3 phase 50 Hz motor, 1460 rpm, single shaft, totally enclosed, fan cooled, squirrel cage to BS2613/1957
Starter:One – 20 HP, 400/440 volt, 3 phase, 50 Hz, oil immersed, wall mounting, damp and dustproof, Star/Delta starter with three magnetic overload release with time lags.

This specification was kindly provided by Rhodes Interform

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