Hydraulic Presses

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Hydraulic workshop presses for bending & punching
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SGS Hydraulic Press
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United Kingdom (Great Britain), RH13 5QR West Sussex

SGS Hydraulic Press

SCHULER SHC-320/SH-250 Hydraulic Transfer Press Line
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SCHULER SHC-320/SH-250 Hydraulic Transfer Press Line
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SCHULER SHC-320/SH-250 Hydraulic Transfer Press Line
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HYDRAP HPSB 160 / HPSZB 100 Transfer Press Line
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HYDRAP PRESSEN HPS ZB100 Hydraulic Single Column Press
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LAUFFER RPT 63 Hydraulic Press
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Germany, 33397 Rietberg

LAUFFER RPT 63 Hydraulic Press

ENERPAC RC 256 workshop press
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Germany, 66620 Nonnweiler

ENERPAC RC 256 workshop press

FORM CTC 5 Hydraulic Press
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Czech Republic, 511 01 Turnov - Daliměřice

FORM CTC 5 Hydraulic Press

Hydraulic Press
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Czech Republic, 511 01 Turnov - Daliměřice

Hydraulic Press

TOS CZR600-1 Hydraulic Press
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Czech Republic, 511 01 Turnov - Daliměřice

TOS CZR600-1 Hydraulic Press

HARSLE Y 32-100 Hydraulic press 100 TF
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BLISS PHD 1500 HYDRAULIC PRESS
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Poland, 05-092 Łomianki

BLISS PHD 1500 HYDRAULIC PRESS

MARRODAN Y REZOLA 150TN Hydraulic Press
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FOG C5 Manual hydaulic press
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France, 95310 Saint-Ouen-l'Aumône

FOG C5 Manual hydaulic press

HYDRO PRESSES N/A Hydraulic press with bows and columns
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France, region Nord

HYDRO PRESSES N/A Hydraulic press with bows and columns

Hydraulic Press
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Germany, 57076 Siegen

Hydraulic Press

JKM UPA 15 E hydraulic press
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Germany, 85088 Vohburg

JKM UPA 15 E hydraulic press

EXNER Hydraulic Press
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Germany, 73529 Schwäbisch Gmünd

EXNER Hydraulic Press

With its enormous pressing force and uniform power transmission, the hydraulic press can be used universally. This is why hydraulic presses are particularly in demand for deep drawing, but also for moulding and folding. The small hydraulic shop presses, bearing presses or frame presses are very different from hydraulically operated high-performance presses with a pressing force of several thousand tonnes, high ram speed and high daylight. The basic principle of hydraulics - where a small force on the ram increases when transmitted to the working piston - also applies to used hydraulic presses from HIDRALMAC and other manufacturers that you will find at Surplex.

Hydraulic presses are an especially popular and profitable way of producing and processing various components and workpieces. The original hydraulic press operates by relying on Pascals theory, which states that pressure applied to a fluid within an enclosed system remains constant throughout. Hydraulic presses therefore use two hydraulic cylinders to create a large compressive force. Fluid - usually oil - is poured into a smaller ‘slave’ cylinder, which is then pushed through to a far larger master cylinder. A piston in the larger cylinder then pushes the fluid back into the slave cylinder, resulting in a larger force. Most modern hydraulic presses generate the required pressure by utilising electronic motors in tandem with high performance pumps.

Types of hydraulic presses vary according to requirements. Arbor presses are available in a variety of speculations but are generally used for lighter work, such as hole piercing and inscription marking.

  • Often used with smaller companies due to flexibility
  • Two main variations, "single" or "double" column
  • Ease of use and precise control
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C Frame presses only include a single press application and are mostly used for assembly work. They are specifically designed to maximise floor space in order to facilitate easy and safe movement within the workplace. Pneumatic presses work at high production speeds and can be effectively used for drawing,punching and assembling. However, the level of pressure they are able to generate is limited, and a trained full-time operator is required. It is possible to find machines with considerable pressing capabilities - some of which reach almost 80,000 tonnes of pressure - and ones which are capable of processing more than one press application, such as the H Frame. Smaller hand held versions of C and O frames are also widely available.

Hydraulic presses are used in almost all industrial operations. The wide range of presses on offer combined with the full range of metal forming that can be achieved by their employment cater to the requirements of many industries.They can be used for metal forging, cutting, punching, reforming and clinching. Smaller scale presses are also used in the formation of powders within the cosmetic, food and pharmaceuticalindustries. This flexibility, combined with multiple production options and a rapid operating speed make them a very popular option, even for smaller businesses.

A variety of different brands specialise in the production of hydraulic presses. These include in particular the following brands: Exner, Madom, DUNKES, SAFANDARLEY, BYSTRONIC, EUROMAC, FAGOR, SCHULER, MÜLLER WEINGARTEN, PRIMA POWER, RHTC, AEM3, AGME, HIDROGARNE, DIMECO, KNUTH Werkzeugmaschinen.