Puma 165 Punching Ironworker

The Geka Puma 165 is the second most powerful ironworker unit in Geka’s Puma Series after the Geka Puma 220. It packs a punching power of 1650 KN and the resistance and reliability of the Geka brand.

The Puma 165 comes in an S version and a SD version. The S version features a throat depth of 510 mm while the SD version has larger throat depth of 760 mm.

Puma 165 Standard Features

  • Guided cylinder
  • Technically dimensioned frame
  • Accurate shaft system to avoid distortions
  • Guided punch centering
  • Safety protection
  • Quick change punch-holder stripper
  • Optimum operation speed

 

Puma-165-S

Puma 165 Punching Machine Specifications

SpecificationsVersion (S o SD)PUMA 165
PUNCHING
Punching power 1650 KN
Maximum capacity Ø 40 mm x 30 mm
Throat Depths S510 mm
 SD760 mm
PUNCHING OF SECTIONS WITH GOOSENECK DIE HOLDER
I on the leg 100-450 mm
I on the web 120-500 mm
U on the leg 120-400 mm
U on the web 120-400 mm
GENERAL FEATURES
Motor power15 kW
Strokes per minute based on ¾” travel of punching cylinder28
Maximum stroke100 mm
Working heightS1060 mm
SD1060 mm
Net weightS4290 kg
SD4525 kg
Gross weightS4700 kg
SD5000 kg
VolumeS7.31 m3
SD8.95 m3
Dimensions with Seaworthy PackagingS2.03 m x 1.6 m x 2.25 m
SD2.03 m x 1.6 m x 2.35 m
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Pipe notching60 mm
Oversize diameters punchingØ 100 mm x 12 mm
  • Capacities based on a material resistance of 45 Kg/mm2.
  • GEKA may change technical specifications, equipment and photographs of models, as well as any other information contained herein.
  • Technical characteristics valid except for typographical errors or omissions.

Optional Accessories for the Puma 165

  • Oversize punching attachment
  • Punch gauging table
  • Semi-paxy X-Y positioning table system
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