Overview


The SPB 48-60 "Millennium Series" is the biggest of the SUPERIOR fleet of benders. The proportional system enables the operator to "dose" bending power and speed, which is a very important feature when high-yield pipes are bent. Thanks to its frame and the load-bearing structures that are sized to bear the highest pushes, the new SPB 48-60 also bends the most recent and robust pipes like the x-80 and x-100 pipes.
  • Specifications

  • Main Features

Engine


The engine is enclosed in a sound reducing box and is located on the side opposite the operator and complies with recent anti-pollution requirements in all of the industrialized nations. The engine compartment is cleverly designed to swing open to allow easier access to the engine for maintenance.

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Operator's Platform


The position of the piloting platform and the engine compartment on opposite sides make this machine unique in terms of operating comfort and guarantee maximum visibility and low noise levels to the operator.

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Hydraulic WInches


Pulling capacity ranging from 3,000 to 10,000 Kg. The free drum control is located in the control panel on the operator's platform.

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Frame


The main frame is built with high quality steel plate and box-section design, making the machine more resistant to stresses, thus permitting bending of high tensile strength pipes.

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Tracks


Caterpillar-type crawler undercarriages with triple grouser bars on industrial-grade shoes. A hydraulic cylinder controls the tensioning of the tracks.

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Hydraulic System


New hydraulic system with a load-sending variable pump and a five-spool proportional valve, allowing much safer, faster and precise control of movements. The new valve allows the regulation of the pressure and the capacity of each function according to its purpose.

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Optional Cabin


An optional cabin is part of the winterization package and it's available on the larger models.

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