Hydraulic presses are available in a variety of sizes. Frameworks, control sets, and tonnage capacities are all different. Furthermore, they usually can be customised to meet specific applications and needs. Hydraulic presses are frequently used for certain applications, as a result, it’s critical to talk to the technical sales engineer about the desired uses, to check that the machine is suitable for the job.
One of the most crucial factors is frame structure. The way a machine’s structure is built will determine whether it can withstand years of use. The machine could be a common model or a one-of-a-kind creation (designed and manufactured specifically).
Advantages of a Hydraulic Press
- Tonnage Consistency – Anywhere along the stroke, a hydraulic press can create complete pressing force. This provides you more control over the distance travelled, the pressure applied, and the position in which you return.
- Customisation / Bespoke – Even the most difficult items may be pressed with hydraulic presses. We can make changes to an existing design or create a bespoke press to match your specific needs.
- Small footprint – Presses can apply a lot of pressure to a tiny area. As a result, they take up far less space than many other machines in the industry.
- Economical – Because of the hydraulic press’s simplicity, they rarely break down, resulting in lower maintenance costs. If it does go down, though, parts are inexpensive and simple to replace.
- Longer Tool Life –The hydraulic press tool, not the press, is tailored to fit the application. Overload prevention helps to protect tooling from damage, extending tool life.
A Selection Of Hydraulic Presses At Workshop Press
C-FRAME HYDRAULIC PRESSES
Gap Frame Presses have a unique frame that results in the development of a “C” around the bolster, and are commonly referred to as such. They also include a slide plate that covers the press’s operating area. Floor-type model C-frame presses can deliver huge tonnages while keeping a modest and compact footprint. They are also available in common configurations, but can be customised to meet the demands of the customer.
CAMBERING HYDRAULIC PRESSES
Profi Press Hydraulic Cambering Presses are available in three tonnages, each with its own supporting back tables and main pushing table. T-Grooves and support blocks are included with both tables. These Cambering Presses are built in the EU from S355JR steel, with an electro-welded horizontal structure that is extremely strong.
The pushing tables are perfectly aligned at all times thanks to four cylindrical lateral guides. These horizontally oriented cambering machines make loading huge bars, beams, and profiles much easier. There are two speeds on all presses: a quick approach speed and a working speed.
FOUR COLUMN HYDRAULIC PRESSES
The Profi Press Four Column Hydraulic Presses can perform a variety of tasks. Deep-drawing, die-cutting, metal forming, stamping, and pressing processes are all done with extraordinary precision. There are also a range of tonnages, table sizes, and column distances available in this category.
The four-post hydraulic presses include four cylindrical chromed columns with lateral rails that ensure the upper slide table is perfectly aligned. Not only that, but the primary cylinder’s stroke may be modified from the side control panel. The primary hydraulic unit has a selection for the two cylinder speeds, fast approach speed and slow operating speed.
PRODUCTION HYDRAULIC PRESSES
Profi Press Hydraulic Production Presses are available in a variety of tonnages, as well as different sizes of vertical and front holes. Slide and bolster tables of various sizes are also available.
Production presses are made of S355JR steel by RHTC. This results in an electro welded structure that will last a lifetime. T-grooves are standard on the lower bolster table and upper slide table. Four cylindrical lateral guides keep the top slide completely parallel. This ensures that the upper table is perfectly aligned.
Furthermore, the upper table’s position can be easily adjusted and controlled from a side panel. There are two speeds on all production presses.
Roll Frame Presses are the most common name for these presses. They resemble Workshop Presses in appearance. They do, however, add another axis of accessibility. They let the head to move from front to rear as well as from left to right. The working table on portal presses is quite large. 1.5 metres broad and 3 metres deep, for example.
Straightening techniques on huge plates, large sheets, wide beams, railways, and pipes are ideally adapted to them. Please visit our website for more information on our manual and motorised portal presses.
H-Frame presses are another name for them. These are powered by a motorised or manual pumping mechanism and operated by a hydraulic cylinder. The cylinder head can either be fixed or moveable from left to right. The working table is normally vertically adjustable and supported by quick-fit pegs. A lifting-lowering mechanism will be used to modify the table on heavier variants.
Hydraulic presses are extremely beneficial for a variety of industrial applications. H-Frame presses can handle a wide range of tasks. They are, nevertheless, extensively employed in workshops for bearing pressing and straightening.
If you aren’t sure what press is for you, get in touch with us today. We would love to discuss your requirements.