Workshop Press • 60 Ton • Motorised / Manual • Moveable Cylinder • 2 Speeds • 750 mm working widths

Product Code: PPW10028-MC

This 60-ton Workshop Press has a working width of 750 mm and a 380 mm stroke and can be operated with a joystick or handpump and has 2 speeds controlled with an easy to used lever directly on the hydraulic control unit. A pressure regulation gauge is clearly displayed on the front of the machine for easy control of pressing operations. The primary cylinder is a top-quality double-acting (dual-acting) cylinder.

The heavy-duty working bed has 6 adjustable positions and the bed can be adjusted using the provided chain system which works in conjunction with the hydraulic ram allowing for quick and easy adjustment for all applications.

Profi Motorised Workshop Presses are manufactured in the EU and are CE Certified and are readily available from our stock. This machine has a 2-year warranty.

Please contact Workshoppress today with any questions on 0800 999 1090, by email at, or complete the quick PRODUCT ENQUIRY form and we will promptly provide you with a no obilgation quote.

Original price was: £6,250.00.Current price is: £5,938.00. (£5,938.00 ex VAT)

    • Description
    • Additional Info

    Technical specifications

    • Pressure force [kN]: 588
    • Maximum pressure [bar]: 259
    • Piston stroke [mm]: 380
    • Movable Head: Yes
    • Oil delivery [ltr/min]: 2.8 / 11.84
    • Oil capacity [dm³]: 41
    • Working speed [mm/sec]: 2.07
    • Approaching speed [mm/sec]: 8.69
    • Return speed [mm/sec]: 10.79
    • Motor power [kW]: 1.5
    • Voltage [V]: 400/3
    • Frequency [Hz]: 50/60
    • Revolutions per minute [rpm]: 3000
    • Insulation protection [IP]: 54
    • Working width [mm]: 750
    • Weight [kg]: 540


    • Fixed cylinder
    • Dual acting cylinder
    • Integrated pressure manometer
    • Pressure regulation
    • Hydraulic unit with two speeds
    • In height adjustable working table
    • Joystick for the control of the piston
    • Hand pump for precise press work
    • 2-year warranty

    Dimensions in mm

    • A: 2120
    • B: 1000
    • C: 695
    • D: 750
    • E: 260
    • F: 1315
    • G: 150
    • H: 197
    • I: 750
    • J: 805
    • K: 200

    Please refer to dimensional graphic above.

    Floor to piston in upper position: 1400 mm


    • Diameter of cylinder [mm]: 170
    • Diameter of piston rod [mm]: 75
    • Diameter of piston head [mm]: 100

    Customisations & Modifcations

    • 1-Phase Motor
    • 60 Hz Motor
    • Bespoke dimensions
    • System Inetegrations
    • Bespoke Applications

    Optional Accessories & Tools

    • V-Block sets
    • foot pedals
    • hand controls
    • additional safety features
    • system integrations
    • mandrel sets
    • corner rounding notchers
    • corner wedge-shaped punches
    • corner notchers
    • hole punches of all shapes and sizes
    • tube and pipe notching
    • drain hole nibbler punch
    • brake press tooling
    • custom tools

    Motorised Workshop Press Chart

    What is a Workshop Press

    A Hydraulic Workshop Press is a pressing machine that implements hydraulics to compress materials in a variety of applications. Like most shop equipment, hydraulic presses range in quality from basic models but only offers top quality RHTC hydraulic workshop presses. When purchasing an RHTC Hydraulic Press from us it will contribute to your company’s profitability. In addition, when a workshop, maintenance, manufacturing, or assembly area implements hydraulic workshop press machinery your capabilities are tremendously expanded and you then have the ability to perform a wide variety of different pressing processes and forming processes as well as folding, straightening, forming, riveting, and pressing work. RHTC presses offer usefulness, durability, reliability, functionality, and stability enabling the ability to get more use out of it, and more things are done efficiently saving you time and most importantly money.

    Workshop Press Uses

    Some Typical Shop Press Uses include: metalwork bending and folding, holding welding projects steady, punching, straightening uneven metal parts, bearing pressing, flattening warped parts, separating rusted parts, compressing, crushing used oil filters to remove excess oil, automobile part construction, jewelry-making, ammunition, and bracket bending.