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New equipment for Uniflex crimper S 7

02 January, 2019

The HM 10, now called the S 7, has been featured in the line-up of Uniflex products since 1972. With its slide bearing technology, the S 7 offers many advantages for today's hose workshops.


Commonly called the Mickey Mouse crimper due to the appearance of its dual handles, at only 90 kg and with a crimp force of 240 tons, it is claimed by Uniflex to be the most powerful lightweight crimper available, and perfectly suited for mobile applications.

Increased workspace

With its new turn plate support (Part no 265.2), the S 7 can increase workspace and can be stored easily. Requiring only 0.75 kW, this crimper is also environment friendly.

S 7 specifications: 240-ton crimp force, up to 2" R12 hoses, max crimp range 82 mm, opening travel 24 mm.

The S 7 can be delivered in not only 3 phase or single phase, but also 12 or 24 volt DC. The Uniflex S 7 features characteristic ‘ears’ and a new turn plate support.

www.uniflex.de




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