New John Bean T2545T Swing Arm Tire Changer Combines Speed, Versatility, Safety
John Bean® T2545T Swing Arm Tire Changer is ideal for handling passenger cars, light trucks and high-performance wheel and tire assemblies.
“The ergonomic design and safety-enhancing features of the new John Bean T2545T tire changer provide the user a safe work space when changing a variety of tires,” said Adam Brown, director of product management for John Bean. “The T2545T is easy to set up, simple to use and offers a large range of capacity. Its compact design gives it a small footprint, even with larger tire sizes.”
The John Bean T2545T Swing Arm Tire Changer features a locking mount/demount head offset. This feature offers maximum cosmetic safety for expensive wheels, significantly reducing the risk of harming wheel and tire assemblies. Its robust design, including precision-cast and machined shoes with robust cast jaws, makes for precise clamping. The heavy-duty pneumatic valves are simple to operate and offer intuitive functionality. A powerful electric motor generates 885 foot-pounds (ft-lb) of torque to the turntable to mount stiff, difficult tires.
Another unique feature of the John Bean T2545T is its newly designed bead breaker control, which is ergonomic to operate.
Customers can find out more about the new John Bean T2545T Swing Arm Tire Changer and other automotive wheel service and collision repair products by calling 877-482-4866 or visiting www.JohnBean.com.
About John Bean
John Bean is a world leading source for automotive undercar service equipment solutions and is one of the many brands that Snap-on offers repair shop owners and managers. Snap-on Incorporated is a leading global innovator, manufacturer and marketer of tools, equipment, diagnostics, repair information and systems solutions for professional users performing critical tasks. Products are sold through the company's franchisee, company-direct, distributor and Internet channels. Founded in 1920, Snap-on Incorporated is a $3.7 billion, S&P 500 company headquartered in Kenosha, Wisconsin.