Tech Specs for Cambering Machines

Engineered, designed and modeled using our highest quality of standard that you have come to expect with all Bay-Lynx products. The aluminum extruded vertical panels are engineered to lock together to create a strong and rigid construction. The smooth highly polished panels give a great look while the integrated dual drive conveyor system ensures a seamless high speed unloading, by means of our patented load suspension beam.

BC600 BC900 BC1200 BC1600 BC1900
Total Press Capacity 260 Ton @ 5000psi 285 Ton @ 3600 psi 472 Ton @ 4000 psi 530 Ton @ 4300 psi 648 Ton @ 4500 psi
Maximum Beam Size W36 x 182" @ 43.9 W36 x 194" @ 45.4 W36 x 260" @ 47.3 W40 x 466" @ 29.1 W40 x 466" @ 33.1
Unit Weight Approx. 10,000 lbs 16,000 lbs 17,000 lbs 18,000 lbs 36,000 lbs
Motor 15 HP 230/460V 25 HP 230/460v 25 HP 230/460v 25 HP 230/460v 40 HP 230/460v
Unit Dimensions 285" x 102" x 33" 285" x 120" x 46" 285" x 120" x 46" 285" x 120" x 46" 354" x 150" x 52"

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why is a cold mechanical camber better than a heat camber process?

    The traditional heat process is very uncontrolled. The operator has no way of knowing where the camber is going to end up until after the steel is fully contracted and the steel is completely cooled. If the results are not enough camber, you have to go back and repeat the process by adding yet more heat affected area’s. Or worse yet if you have cambered too much, you will have to heat up the opposite side and try to reverse some camber back out. With the mechanical method you have live visibility during the entire process and are able to maintain a very accurate tolerance well within the standards.

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