Table Legs

Siegmund Welding Tables come with a wide range of mounting options to suit every workspace. Legs are orderedindividually and the quantity required will vary depending on table size.

Legs mount onto plates at the bottom of the table; to calculate height of work surface add the height of the leg and theheight of the table together. For example, the 750 mm Standard Leg combined with a table height of 200 mm results in a950 mm high work surface. Leveling feet with spindles at the bottom of the legs offer fine adjustment.

280857-X

S2-280857-X
S2-280858-X

280878-X

S2-280878-X

280876-X

* S2-280876-X

280879-X

* S2-280879-X

280874-X

S2-280874-X
S2-280875-X

BEARING LOAD PER LEG

The maximum bearing load per leg in system 28 is max. 800 - 2,000 kg for all tables depending on the leg type.

The indicated bearing loads are calculated with reserves for safety reasons.

Please consult with manufacturer if higher overall loads are required.

INSTALLATION

Two 14 mm hex drive cap screws with spring rings are included with each leg.

Each table leg bolt should be tightened with a torque of 150 Nm.

Diagonal grid patten
Diagonal grid patten

MAXIMUM SAFE BEARING LOAD

Vertical force direction: 20 kN

Horizontal force direction: 2 kN

Maximum stability ensured by large section tube (90 x 90 mm).

Item Number Name Height (mm) Spindle Adj. Range (mm) Static Load Capacity (kg) Weight (kg)
S2-280858-X Leg Standard equipment 650 650 50 2000 8.5
S2-280857-X Leg Standard equipment 750 750 50 2000 9.0
S2-280878-X Leg height - adjustable 450 - 700 450 - 700 50 2000 9.2
*S2-280876-X Leg with Caster and Locking Brake 650 650 20 800 9.0
*S2-280879-X Leg height - adjustable with Caster and Locking Brake 550 - 750 550 - 750 20 800 11.0
S2-280874-X Leg with Floor Anchoring 650 650 50 2000 8.5
S2-280875-X Leg with Floor Anchoring 750 750 50 2000 9.0
* Tipping and Pinching Danger - Only transport tables on castors when table is not in use. Proceed slowly and use extra caution around uneven surfaces. Hitting cracks while rolling may create unsafe shearing forces on the legs. Rolling across uneven surfaces may cause one or more legs to be abruptly raised and lowered back onto the ground, creating a pinch hazard.