Chicago Pneumatic has added new wheel dollies and rugged workshop presses to its line of workshop equipment for the professional automotive and heavy fleet maintenance industries. These essential components for the workshop are manufactured to the highest quality, so users can be confident that they are durable and reliable, while being easy to use.
The two new wheel dollies for heavy vehicle tire changing and maintenance have lifting capacities of up to 1543 lbs. (700kg) and 1.2 tons and are a robust assembly aid for trucks, buses and tractors.
The CP87120 1.2 ton dolly has two handles for fast and easy maneuvering and the width is adjustable to accept wheel diameters from 39.4 – 78.78 in. (1000 – 2200mm). They include a fast turnable wheel attachment to ensure the wheels are balanced safely, and eight large rollers with automatically adjustable angles to ease the handling of tires with deep treads. The dollies can be moved into position easily, whether in or outside the workshop, thanks to four large swivel wheels with brakes and they are robust with a high quality steel frame for intensive use.
The CP8770 twin-wheel dolly with a 1543 lbs (700 kg) lifting capacity is suitable for maintenance of wheel diameters 21.4 – 50.5 in (545 – 1280 mm) and features a chain attachment to provide safe wheel balancing during removal and transport. Both wheel dollies are EC and ASME certified, and include a double action hydraulic piston smartly positioned on the side to enable easy access to the operating area, making the job easier and quicker.
Chicago Pneumatic’s two new air-hydraulic workshop presses bring 75 and 100 tons of pressure to the workshop, allowing users to bend and form metal to the desired shape and size easily. The company’s press range now includes six models for workshop operations on light and heavy vehicles. The two step stroke system provides high precision and the large gauge (in short and metric tons) gives easy and fast pressure control. The sturdy steel and iron frame guarantee high durability.
The presses also include many ergonomic features which contribute to the comfort of use and versatility of the equipment. For example, they have a movable cylinder, a dedicated winch to easily adjust the bench, a set of eight punches, and v-blocks with high capacity piston. The presses are EC and ASME certified, and include an additional adjustable safety cage for ASME markets.
Other equipment in the range include jack stands, bottle and floor jacks, air-hydraulic jacks. All equipment is fully certified and meets the standards of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
For more information: http://www.cp.com