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Presses Clamps

Power Team Hydraulic Presses and Clamps

Shop hydraulic presses have many uses that include forcing rusted, stubborn components apart. But these require varying degrees of pressure and work settings. The SPX Flow company’s hydraulic press collection features both small and large presses to accommodate both small and large shop requirements.

The C Frame 25 Ton Press is one of the smaller ones in the range. The press has an open throat design that makes it easy to load work. The press can be mounted on a bench or on an optional pedestal base. Meanwhile, the cylinder head itself adjusts to three different working positions, all of which makes the press easy to use. 

There are also H Frame presses with different capacities. The H Frame 10 Ton that gives a choice of using a hand pump, electric/hydraulic, or air/hydraulic pressure, and the H Frame Open Throat 25 Ton has a press bed that can be easily adjusted with a winch.

The others, like the H Frame 100 Ton, the High Tonnage 150-200 Ton, carry the same features but for the different capacities. A special press, which also has the highest capacity of 80 - 200 tons, spots a roll bed that rolls in and out on bearings to make loading heavy work easier. This is especially useful when handling large crane lifted objects. The press also makes easy work of often tough tasks like off-center pressing and heavy-duty straightening.

Completing the Power Team line of pressing tools is a range of hydraulically powered 5-25 Tons C-clamps. The clamps are offered in 5, 10, and 15 ton capacities and designed for use with single acting cylinders of similar capacities from the Power Team range. The clamps are ideal for pressing, clamping, and bending applications in the metal fabrication and metal welding industries. It is advised to use the clamps with swivel caps to minimize off center-loading risks.

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