Hydraulic Press Maintenance

Hydraulic Press Maintenance

By making sure you inspect your hydraulic press often, you are reducing the risk of complete system failure.

 

You should check the below regularly:

  • Check for any oil leakage
  • Check for any problems with the hoses
  • Check for any issues with the cylinder
  • Check all parts are lubricated properly
  • Check the oil level
  • Check for overheating
  • Check all fasteners, bolts, adaptors, etc

How To Prevent Issues with Your Hydraulic Press

 

  • Don’t over stroke the press
  • Use compatible hydraulic oil
  • Use new and clean oil
  • Protect the system from dirt and dust
  • Place all seals and fittings properly

If you have any further questions about hydraulic presses, Contact us for any technical information or any other enquiries.

 

 

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POWER TEAM® Shop Presses: H Frame Economy 25 Ton

ECONOMY PRESSES

How To Maintain Your Hydraulic Press

  • Stroke length limited to 6 1/4″ (159 mm) on economy models.
  • Press bed height easily adjustable with winch. Bed will not drop when handle is released.
  • Choice of power sources for rapid cylinder advance: two-speed hydraulic hand pump, electric/hydraulic or air/hydraulic.

“ECONOMY” PRESSES:

Order
Number
Capacity
(tons)
Type of
Cylinder Used
Stroke
(in.)
Cylinder
Model
Speed (in./min.)† † †
AdvancePressing
SPA25625Single-Acting6 1/4C256C9.81.2
SPM25625Single-Acting6 1/4C256C0.129
in./stroke
0.129
in./stroke
SPE25625Single-Acting6 1/4C256C46.63.3
Order
Number
Type
Pump
Valve
Pump
Pump
Model †
Weight
(lbs.)
SPA256Air2-Way FootPA6578
SPM256HandLoad-ReleaseP59595
SPE256Electric2-Way††PE172607
 † Solenoid valve with 24 volt remote control hand switch.
†† Holds pressure with motor shut off. Also has an automatic dump setting. Furnished with a 10′ remote motor control.
††† Typical performance based on 100 psi and 10,000 psi pump specifications. Actual speeds may vary under operating conditions.
‡ Pump standard with press. Other Power Team pumps can be substituted. dBA at idle and 10,000 psi: PE172–67/81 dBA; PE21–70 dBA measured at 3 foot distance, all sides.

PUMP ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

PE17 Series
 – 1/2 hp, 115 volt, 60 cycle, single phase.

PE21 Series
 – 1 hp, 115 volt, 60 cycle, single phase. Both pumps available in 230 volt, 50 cycle, add suffix “-220” to order no.

 

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