TWC-621 NoLever
TWC-621 NoLever
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TWC-621 NoLever

The TWC-621 NoLever from the LAUNCH Premium Line is a tyre changer designed for effortless ergonomic working with all range of tyres especially for run-flat and low-profile tyres. With a tough and robust structure, and NoLever Technology the TWC-621 assures accurate and smooth operations without damaging the rim or tyre. With a pneumatic tilting column and a sturdy reinforced body chassis the machine is a perfect choice for any workshop to keep up high quality and swift workflow.

Voltage
380 V

Operating Pressure
8-10 bar

Clamping Range
11-30″ (inner)

Clamping Range
10-26″ (outer)

Max. Diameter
1.050 mm 

Wheel Width
4-13″

Rotational Speed
380 V

Turntable
9-24″

Noise Level
< 70 dB

Bead Breaking Force
2.500 kg

Voltage
380 V

Operating Pressure
8-10 bar

Clamping Range
11-30″ (inner)

Clamping Range
10-26″ (outer)

Max. Diameter
1.050 mm 

Wheel Width
4-13″

Rotational Speed
380 V

Turntable
9-24″

Noise Level
< 70 dB

Bead breaking force
2.500 kg

Integrated lever-free solution >

Tiltable column >

Strong bead breaking cylinder >

Automatic lubrication function >

Sturdy metal pedal system >

2 speeds >

Integrated 5-point auxiliary arm >

Two-layer, steel-reinforced frame >

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Integrated lever-free solution >

Tiltable column >

Strong bead breaking cylinder >

Automatic lubrication function >

Sturdy metal pedal system >

2 speeds >

Integrated 5-point auxiliary arm >

Two-layer, steel-reinforced frame >

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Reliable

The LAUNCH TWC-621 NoLever is a reliable and durable tyre changer for any workshop thanks to its high-quality workmanship, robust housing and hard-wearing powder coating.

Easy To Use

The TWC-621 NoLever enables comfortable and efficient work thanks to the ergonomic pedals and the easy-to-control 3-point arm.

Precision

Working with the TWC-621 tyre changer is not only ergonomic but also particularly precise thanks to the pneumatic finger, the tiltable column and the especially flexible 5-point auxiliary arm.

Efficiency

Flexible and efficient work with different rim and tyre sizes is made possible by the TWC-621’s variable clamping range inside and outside as well as the large turntable, with two speeds. This makes tyre removal and fitting a smooth procedure.

NoLever Solution

The modern NoLever solution of the TWC-621 does away with high effort and unnecessary levers during tyre service. Thanks to the high forcing force of 2,500 kg and the easy-to-control 3-point arm, tyre changing is literally done in no time at all.

WDK Certificate

The WDK certification, awarded by the German Rubber Industry Association, guarantees the highest quality standards and gives you the confidence that you will achieve the best results with this product. The LAUNCH KWB-621, including accessories, has been UHP certified and is therefore officially entitled to bear this seal of quality.

UHP Assembly

When mounting or dismounting run-flat or low-profile tyres low-profile tyres, it is important to use the tyre blade spacer. When pushing off the tyre foot, do not press too hard on the sidewall of the tyre. Make sure that the valve is in a h6 or h12 position before opening the tyre foot to avoid serious damage to the product. product.
The centring cone ensures safe and reliable mounting of runflat and The centring cone ensures safe mounting of run-flat and low-profile tyres: This is pre-positioned pre-positioned according to the tyre size and, thanks to its pressure exerts the correct gripping force on the rim in order to fix it in place by means of the to fix it in place by means of the clamping jaws.
Remove the upper part of the tyre foot using a plastic lever and an auxiliary arm. Gently press down on the tyre on the opposite side to release the tension. Make sure that the tyre foot is in the rim bed of the rim and move the turntable slowly while holding the lever.
When mounting the tyre on the rim, make sure that all three pressure points are placed correctly. The plastic rim protector must be fitted before the first pressure point. For smooth mounting, it is important that a sufficient amount of tyre mounting paste is used.
The bead downholder is a useful tool when mounting rims. The bead roller makes it easy to position the tyre under the mounting head. To simplify the process, the bead pressure points should be inserted piece by piece after the pressure point clamp and the plastic rim protector have been placed.