UNIFLEX released UBM 6-20, a pipe bending device that bends pipes up to 20 mm. It’s built to bend relatively strong pipes and hydraulic pipelines with a wall thickness of up to 2.5 mm and outside diameters from 6 to 20 mm. It is built with a robust frame and a hexagonal retainer has several adjustment options and a telescopic arm to ensure bends without any out-of-roundness and corrugations. The device can be pre-set to a bending radius of 19-40 mm due to the integrated angle display—up to a 180°.
The universal manual pipe bending device is supplied with a set of nine bending rolls for different sizes and radii, as well as an extendable telescopic hand lever for maximum leverage—for the pipe wall thickness of up to 2.5 mm. Another feature of the UBM 6-20 is its “narrow” design, which makes multiple bends at very short distances possible. For bending, the workpiece is positioned between the guide bush, one of the bending rolls, and the supporting pin. During the bending process, the lever arm with the attached adapter and telescopic arms is moved in a clockwise direction until the required bending radius is reached. The bending radius can be read easily on the angle display. Then the lever arm is opened in an anticlockwise direction to remove the workpiece. All you need when using the UBM 6-20 is a stable workbench with a sturdy vice. The UBM 6-20 stands at 15 kg and has dimensions of 870 x 170 x 130 mm.
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