Machines : Pneumatic bench presses
The ergonomics of the press has been thought out to keep the operator comfortable at his workstation even during repetitive operations. A quick adjustment allows an easy use and a very good quality/price ratio makes our pneumatic presses privileged tools in your workshops.
The range of EMG pneumatic presses completes the range of manual presses and perfectly complies with the customer requirements when the stroke rates are more significant and/or the power to be restored is high.
Single or continuous stroke, the range of EMG pneumatic presses is integrated into the workstations or production line, ensuring ergonomy, operator safetyand process reliability.
These presses are robust, accurate, flexible and ergonomic. These are frequently used for assembly, connections of rings or bearings, small forms, various crimping operations, etc...
• Slider adjusted and locked for rotation, ensuring longevity and precision.
• Automatic load of the cylinder when controls released
• Quick and reliable adjustment, with locking ensuring perfect repetitiveness.
• Accurate adjustment of bottom dead center by a mechanical stop ensuring the repetitiveness of the cycle.
• Cast iron FGL 250 or mechanically welded frame ensuring robustness and rigidity.
• No maintenance, no greasing.
• Paint: Sky blue RAL 5015 frame - Platinum grey RAL 7036 press head.
All cylinders are manufactured by EMG and have millions of users across the world which ensures their exceptionally good quality. The slider is made of chromated steel set on rings and locked for rotation by a key. The piston slides effortlessly in the chromated cylinder, seals ensuring perfect sealing of the cylinder.
The power of our presses is indicated with a pressure at 6 bars and is proportionally adjustable as a standard from 3 to 6 bars.
E.g.: the 6PHR press delivers 360 kg at 6 bars, and thus 180
kg at 3 bars, 240 kg at 4 bars and 300 kg at 5 bars.
They have a small footprint despite having a large throat depth, a large headroom, a stroke of up to 100 mm and an air consumption of between 0.6 and 9.8 l. We provide technical assistance in selecting and adapting the characteristics of our presses to your specific needs, and we can even make special presses and equipment to measure.
Pneumatic presses are suitable for low tonnage pressing operations and for small and medium series production.
- Automatic load of the cylinder when controls released
- Quick and reliable adjustment, with locking ensuring perfect repetitiveness.
- Accurate adjustment of bottom dead center by a mechanical stop ensuring the repetitiveness of the cycle.
- Cast iron FGL 250 or mechanically welded frame ensuring robustness and rigidity.
- No maintenance, no greasing
|- The different driving systems
EMG presses are available either with a bi-manual or a pedal. For these both drivers, a regulation and lubrication filter is provided with the press. A raw version is available for a sub-assembly mounting , without controls or fittings.
|- Force / stroke monitoring
Quality control by force sensors and / or displacement
EMG offers any type of effort management and / or displacement with solutions of force sensors and displacement adapted to every need, for a control parts at 100%.
|Download the specific documentation « effort management » in PDF|
How does a pneumatic press work?
The operation of a pneumatic press is similar to the operation of a manual press. The manual action of the operator is replaced by the action of a pneumatic cylinder. The cylinder activates air (not gas). The air is forced into a tube in which they receive the pressure. The precision of the operation is as high as it is simple to use this industrial tool. As efficient as hydraulic presses, pneumatic presses are commonly used in industry.
Pneumatic presses are used in many industrial applications for mechanical stamping, cutting or riveting. A pneumatic press will offer a higher force than a manual press, which gives it greater versatility.
Indeed, a pneumatic press with a force of up to 6 tons can stamp plastic materials and also many metals. They are also used to cut the various shapes needed in the production process of many mechanical parts as well as to rivet parts that need to be held together.