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H Frame Hydraulic Presses

If you are looking to increase your industrial hydraulic pressing capacity or bring your manufacturing in house, here at Zebra Worldwide Machinery Ltd we can fulfil your requirements. We are appointed UK agents for the high quality and accurate Reha hydraulic H frame presses, which can be built to your exact specification to take your current tooling and ultimately make your products. The machines come complete with market leading reliable components: Siemens electrical components & plc control, Sick Safety guards and upon request German made Rexroth or Japanese made Kawasaki hydraulics. Once your machine has been built we will organise delivery to your works, installation and training with your operators complete with warranty. Finance can be arrange for monthly payments over a number of your chosen years, Reha H frame presses can be from 30ton up to 10,000ton

An H-frame hydraulic press is a type of hydraulic press machine that has an H-shaped frame structure. It is commonly used for various industrial applications such as metal forming, forging, stamping, bending, straightening, and other heavy-duty operations. The H-frame design provides excellent stability and rigidity, allowing for high-pressure applications.

The main components of an H-frame hydraulic press typically include:

  • Frame: The frame of the press is shaped like the letter “H” and serves as the main structural support for the machine. It is usually made of high-quality steel to provide strength and stability during heavy-duty operations.
  • Hydraulic system: The hydraulic system of the press consists of a hydraulic pump, cylinders, valves, and hoses. It uses hydraulic fluid to generate and transmit force to the ram, which applies pressure to the workpiece.
  • Ram: The ram is the movable part of the press that applies pressure to the workpiece. It is connected to the hydraulic cylinder and moves vertically within the frame to exert force on the workpiece.
  • Bed and bolster: The bed is the stationary part of the press where the workpiece is placed, while the bolster is a removable plate that can be attached to the ram to support the workpiece during pressing.
  • Controls: H-frame hydraulic presses are typically operated using a control panel that includes buttons, switches, and gauges to control the hydraulic system, adjust the pressure, and monitor the operation of the press.

H-frame hydraulic presses are known for their versatility, durability, and ability to generate high forces. They are widely used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, and metalworking for a variety of applications that require precision and high pressure. Proper training and safety precautions should be followed when operating an H-frame hydraulic press to ensure safe and efficient operation.


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