Bradbury WC5303 Tyre Changer Machine with tubeless inflation (3 Phase)

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The Bradbury WC5303 three phase fully automatic tyre changer machine is suitable for wheels up to 26″ (clamping on the outside) or 23″ (clamping on the inside). This machine also features tubeless inflation which helps seat the bead on the turntable.

This tyre machine can be fitted with an assist arm (also known as a third arm) to aid the user with changing low profile and run flat tyres (WCAA optional extra)

All Bradbury tyre machines are built up and tested in our UK facility prior to being sent out.

CE Approved

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WC5303/AA Technical Specification
Clamping capacity (outside / rim diameter) 12″ – 23″
Clamping capacity (inside diameter) 14″ – 26″
Rim width 3″ – 13″
Maximum wheel diameter 1040mm
Operating pressure 8 – 10 BAR
Air required Yes
Bead breaker force 2,800kg
Electrical supply 3 Phase – 16a Isolator Required
Size of demount shaft 41mm
Size of slider arm 55mm
Part Number Description
DTMKIT Tyre machine starter kit complete with 100 tubeless valves, 100 long tubeless valves, plastic valve mounting tool, mounting paste & lubricant brush.
ST-4/KH Quick release demount head with plastic mounting head tool.
QT-20 Plastic protector for tyre lever
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This tyre changer comes with a 2 year parts and labour warranty which is subject to proof of maintenance.

Warranty exclusions :
Accidental damage, vandalism (non-fair wear and tear), acts of nature and unauthorised repairs by non-Gemco service agents. Package prices are for U.K. Mainland only.
Consumable items including all plastic protection devices for the turntable, demount head and the bead breaker.

We offer a wide range of service contracts for this tyre changer, please contact 0844 249 8101 for more information.

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