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Types Of Hydraulic PressDate:2015-12-30     Hits:594

There are many different types of hydraulic presses catering to the various requirements of industries. Some of them are as follows:

Arbor presses: 

These presses are usually used when the work involved is not of a heavy- duty nature. These presses come in a variety of sizes and specifications. But compared to other hydraulic presses, they do not compress large amounts of pressure required to generate more output. Arbor presses are used in processes like piercing holes into metals, stamping, to flatten metals, tearing, marking inscriptions, etc.

Laminating presses

Unlike other hydraulic presses that are operated automatically, these presses make use of manual labor. Laminating presses have two openings that are known as plates. One is used for heating whereas the other is used for cooling. This makes the lamination process comparatively faster. Through these presses, materials like polymer can be laminated onto paper and metal. In case of laminating presses, the plates are usually heated with oil or through electricity. A laminating press is also used for common uses such as laminating the identity cards, certificates and even book covers. In this way, laminating presses facilitates fast and easy lamination for industrial and domestic needs.

C- frame presses

These presses have a 'C' like shape, which is specifically designed to maximize the floor space for the workers in order to move around easily at the workplace. Unlike other presses that have multi-processes, the C- frame presses only include a single press application. Its application includes straightening, drawing and mostly includes assembling work. C- frame presses come in a variety of weights. The C- frame presses are also available with extra features such as wheel stands and pressure gauges.

Pneumatic presses

These presses are the most basic hydraulic presses used in industries because they compress the air to create a pressure in order to gain movement. The advantage of pneumatic presses is that the operations are performed fast whereas the disadvantage of this press is that it cannot create extremely high pressures, as other hydraulic presses are able to create. The pneumatic presses are often used in car and aircraft brakes system. The industrial uses of pneumatic presses would include assembling, drawing, punching, etc. A pneumatic press usually requires a full time operator and for the sake of his safety, additional safety accessories such as electrical safety devices are also included.

Power presses

These presses are used in large industries that demand the use of heavy machinery and equipments. There are 2 kinds of power presses on the basis of the type of clutch used. They are full revolution and part revolution clutch. In case of a full revolution clutch, the clutch cannot be disrupted until and unless the crankshaft makes a full revolution. In case of part revolution, the clutch can be disrupted at any time, before or after the full revolution. Power presses involve a lot of danger because of the heavy operations associated with it. A lot of safety measures are taken while using power presses.

Assembly presses

These presses use the extreme pressure generated by the pistons and the hydraulic fluids to assemble and maintain the parts.

H- frame presses

These presses have a peculiar 'H' shape and are capable of handling more that one press application.