Though the Consolidated Machines (CM) models of BC-32 and BC-40 were introduced with ECONOMY in mind, it is built with the same uncompromising standards of design, manufacturing and quality control that are inherent in every other model of steel fabricating machines made by us. This means that machines are hydraulic power driven, they are robust, safe, easy to operate, they have long-life, they are maintenance-free and they come with the same guarantee of high performance.
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A typical mechanical drive machine is built with non-standard electric motors, a customized gear box, clutch, fly-wheel, pulleys, belts (chain) each of which are pain points when it comes to maintenance. Because of the use of non-standard components in the making of the mechanical machines, the OE supplier is typically the only source of spares and after-sales support. Breakdowns can lead to long down times, high cost of spares or may even render the machine economically unfit for repair.
WHEREAS the Consolidated Machines (CM) range of Hydraulic Drive Machines are Powered with standard brands of Electric Motors, and the common hydraulic elements are bought-out from, for example, Bosch Rexroth, Eaton, Yuken Hydraulics. These are Time Tested reliable robust components whose spares are easily available and at a very fair price. Breakdown repairs do not require special skills.
Without any doubt Hydraulic Powered Machines guarantee a Win-Win situation when factors of Reliability, Machine Life, Down Time, and Ease of Maintenance are taken into consideration in purchasing decision.
In the event of improper power connections the mechanical machine will work in the wrong direction of Bending thus putting the machine operator’s life in Danger. WHEREAS under a similar scenario the Hydraulic Drive Machine will simply NOT Work, thus averting a Possible Accident.
Yet another scenario when the machine operator’s life is at risk with mechanical-powered machines occurs when the Bending Table could continuously rotate in the event of a Sensor Failure. WHEREAS in Hydraulic Bending Gear, rotation is limited to just over half-a-round, thus keeping the Operator safe even in the event of the sensor failure.
Hydraulic powered Machines are compactly built and lower in weight as compared to obsolete Mechanical Drive Machines – this is a very important consideration for project owners at construction sites who may like to swiftly mobilize their assets to match site conditions.