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Know What You’re Doing When You Use Hydraulic Benders: A blog about pines used tube bender, how to service and refurbish benders.

David Ulrich – www.benderparts.com


We know how to make your tube bender work better and last longer. We also know how to help you get the best results from your tube bending projects. That’s why we offer a full range of services for all types of tube benders, including refurbishing and servicing your existing machine.


Tube Bender Parts Guide

A tube bender is a machine that uses hydraulic pressure to bend a tube or pipe. There are different types of tube benders, but they all bend tubing in the same way: by applying pressure to one side of the material while pinching and clamping it against another stationary surface.

When choosing a tube bender, you’ll need to decide which type is best for your needs. The most basic is a manual hydraulic bender (also called an H frame) that requires little maintenance and can be used for light-duty work on small projects like repairing sprinkler lines. If you work with larger diameters or longer pieces more frequently, however, it might be worth investing in an automatic hydraulic bender (also known as an A frame). Automatic models have faster cycle times and can handle more complex bends quickly without any effort from the operator—but because these machines cost more up front than manual options do (and require slightly more upkeep), they may not be right for every situation or budget

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Tube Bender Types

Tube benders are available in different shapes and sizes. There are three main types of tube benders: hydraulic, pneumatic and electric. Hydraulic tube benders can be used to bend pipes up to 12 inches in diameter. Pneumatic pipe benders are best for smaller diameters (between 2 and 11 inches). Electric tube benders work well for bending thin-walled pipe (usually between 1/2″ – 1″).

In addition to these basic types of tube bender machines, there are also manual or hand operated tube bending tools that enable you to bend small pipes in tight spaces such as under your kitchen sink or bathroom vanity cabinet. These tools use a spring loaded system which bends the steel pipe when you pull on them; they’re also portable so you can take them anywhere!

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Tube Bender Services

Hydraulic tube benders are incredibly complex and precise machines. If you want to get the most out of your machine, it is essential that you know how to properly use them.

There are many different types of hydraulic tube benders available, so there is no one-size-fits-all answer for how to use your particular model. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for operating your particular type of machine, as well as any local codes or ordinances governing its use.

It is also important that you receive training before using these tools on a regular basis so that you can learn how they work and what their limitations are. You may have some training already but if this is not the case then contact us today!

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Tube & Pipe Bending Applications, Training, Tips and Tools

If you are looking for the right tube bender, you’ll want to know what application it’s being used for. This is a huge part of making sure that you get the best tool for the job.

Tube benders are designed to bend tubes, which can be round or square and made from a variety of materials including steel and aluminum. Hydraulic tube benders have been around since 1929 when they were first developed by Otto Gahr in Germany. They were originally used by car manufacturers and military personnel to create custom parts with tight tolerances, but today hydraulic tube benders are used all over the world in many different industries including manufacturing, construction and agriculture.

There are many types of hydraulic tube benders available on the market today ranging from manual models with only one or two die sets that require manual operation up through full automatic units capable of bending up to 1″ diameter tubes using multiple dies at once; however most fall somewhere between these two extremes as they’re usually easy enough for anyone who has been trained properly (and knows how) but still require some level of technical skill beyond simply pushing buttons blindly (which would probably result in nothing more than frustration).

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Pines is the top tube bending service provider in the US.

Pines is the top tube bending service provider in the US. Pines has been in business for over 10 years and has a reputation for quality workmanship. Pines is a family owned and operated business. It’s a small business with a big heart, which means that you can count on them to be there when you need them.



We hope this guide has given you some insight into how to use hydraulic benders, what they are made of and how they work. We also hope that it has helped you understand why we are the best supplier of hydraulic tube benders in the United States.

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