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Workshop presses from ProHandling

Are you looking for a press? You probably come from the steel or metal construction industry. Maybe you are looking for a hydraulic press for your automotive workshop and are looking for an electric hydraulic workshop press for pressing, straightening or forming your components.

We have a carefully selected range of workshop presses for you.

Workshop presses 30t, 60t, 80t, 100t, 150t and 200t are available from us as standard hydraulic presses, so they can also be delivered very quickly. Individual designs, such as a higher pressing force of up to 500t or a wider press, are easy to implement for us and we are looking forward to producing the perfect press for you.

Our workshop presses

This workshop press is frequently used by car and motorcycle workshops to press in bearings / wheel bearings.

Technical data:

  • Piston stroke 300 mm
  • Piston Ø 80mm
  • Column spacing A x W 700 x 180 mm
  • Height capacity C 700 mm
  • Motor (380V, 50-60 Hz, 3 phase) 2.2 Kw 3 Hp 1500 1/min
  • Electric control and with hand pump
  • Fixed cylinder

This workshop press is often used by truck and agricultural companies to press in bushes and wheel bearings.

Technical data:

  • Piston stroke 400 mm
  • Piston Ø 95 mm
  • Column spacing A x W 900 x 220 mm
  • Height capacity C 900 mm
  • Motor (380V, 50-60 Hz, 3 phase) 3 Kw 4 Hp 1500 1/min
  • Electric control and with hand pump
  • Cylinder can be moved

This workshop press can be found in many different applications, whether in steel construction, mechanical engineering, agriculture, crafts or industry. Due to its moderate size and quite high compressive force, it can be used for straightening or pressing in bearings and bushings.

Technical data:

  • Piston stroke 400 mm
  • Piston diameter Ø 115 mm
  • Column spacing A x W 1000 x 250 mm
  • Height capacity C 900 mm
  • Motor (380V, 50-60 Hz, 3 phase) 3 Kw 4 Hp 1500 1/min.
  • Electric control and with hand pump
  • Cylinder can be moved

Very similar to the 80 T workshop press, these can be found in many different applications, such as steel construction, mechanical engineering, agriculture, crafts and industry. It can be used to straighten or press in bearings and bushings, as it has a high compressive force at a moderate size.

Technical data:

  • Piston stroke 400 mm
  • Piston Ø 115 mm
  • Column spacing A x W 1100 x 280 mm
  • Height capacity C 900 mm
  • Motor (380V, 50-60 Hz, 3 phase) 3 Kw 4 Hp 1500 rpm.
  • Electric control and with hand pump
  • Cylinder can be moved

This workshop press is mainly used in jig construction/steel construction and shipbuilding for straightening large steel components.

Technical data:

  • Piston stroke 400 mm
  • Piston Ø 135 mm
  • Column spacing A x W 1200 x 300 mm
  • Height capacity C 950 mm
  • Motor (380V, 50-60 Hz, 3 phase) 4 Kw 5,5 Hp 1500 1/min
  • Electric control and with hand pump
  • Cylinder can be moved

Similar to the 150 t press, it is used for heavy steel construction for straightening large steel components, mostly in the steel construction/ jig and fixture and shipbuilding industries.

Technical data:

  • Piston stroke 400 mm
  • Piston diameter Ø 155 mm
  • Column spacing A x W 1300 x 420 mm
  • Height capacity C 950 mm
  • Motor (380V, 50-60 Hz, 3 phase) 5.5 Kw 7.5 Hp 1500 1/min
  • Electric control and with hand pump
  • Cylinder is fixed
  • Proximity speed greater than press speed

There was no suitable press for you? No problem. Simply send us your desired dimensions and pressure force and we will send you a non-binding offer for the individually adapted workshop press.

Your benefits with ProHandling workshop presses

Machines that you purchase from ProHandling have been subjected to strict controls beforehand. You can be sure that quality, good value for money and all-round service are guaranteed to you as our customer. This also applies to hydraulic presses.

Therefore directly to the innovations and benefits that the hydraulic workshop press offers you.

  1. The workshop press is a standard machine, but with our presses it is still possible to move the cylinder to the left and right. This can be of particular interest when straightening heavy workpieces. This makes you more flexible and easy to readjust.
  2. Operation via joystick and additional hand pump. A customer once said to us, “I need to feel this.” By this he meant that he needed a workshop press with a hand pump for fine repairs in order to increase the pressing force sensitively.
  3. You can adjust the height of the table without effort and extra aids. All you have to do is attach the table to the cylinder (with chain). You can adjust the table height by extending or retracting the hydraulic cylinder.
  4. You have exactly the press force you need for your component. A pressure control valve connected to the hydraulic unit of the workshop press allows you to set the desired press force.
  5. You always know exactly how great the press force is. Via a pressure gauge positioned so that it is clearly visible, you know exactly how much pressure you are exerting.

General information about workshop presses

Workshop presses have been part of various types of workshops for quite some time. No matter whether metal or steel construction workshop, in vehicle construction or in plastics technology. Workshop presses are particularly popular because they are easy to use. The hydraulic unit can be operated via a hand pump or electrically.

  • Compact design
    Thanks to its compact design, the press can be used in many places and takes up very little space. All you need is a straight, solid floor on which the press can be placed and you can start working immediately.
  • Also for light pressures
    Presses with a compressive force of less than 30 tons are operated exclusively by hand. Only the filling of the hydraulic fluid is important for commissioning.
  • Ergonomically/ electrically controllable
    For electric, hydraulic workshop presses with a higher pressure force, for example from 30t to 500t tons, only a small additional expenditure is required. First of all, the hydraulic fluid must be refilled here. And secondly, the 16 A power plug can be plugged in or the press can be connected directly to your company’s mains power supply.
  • Long shelf life
    Due to a robust, well thought-out and simple construction, it can still be guaranteed after many years that your machine retains the desired pressure forces. When buying a workshop press, only make sure that a high-quality hydraulic unit/hydraulic pump is installed. A well-welded frame with high-quality materials can also withstand very high pressures and forces thanks to its geometric shape.
  • Easy to use
    The workshop press can be used by anyone in your company under brief instruction on operation and observance of the safety regulations. If it is connected to the mains, the hydraulic pump can be switched on via the start button. The cylinder can be extended and retracted using two buttons, and the desired pressure can be set using a helix screw. In some cases there is also a hand pump. The cylinder can be extended and retracted via a lever and a hand pump. On some presses it is possible to manually align the cylinder to match the component.
  • Top Price Performance
    A great point about the workshop press is that they can be found in every workshop and that you can get high quality at low prices.
  • Versatile use
    Workshop presses can be used to straighten components, press in bearings, stamp components and much more. There is a wide range of accessories for the presses, specific attachments for the cylinder or insert plates for the table and special fixtures for the customer’s individual components.
  • High compressive forces
    Conventional workshop presses have a compressive force of 150 t or 200 t. However, there are also custom-made products, with which compressive forces of up to 500 t can be achieved.
  • Hardly any maintenance
    A workshop press requires virtually no maintenance. With a high-quality hydraulic system, the machine is virtually maintenance-free. Only points such as cleaning the cylinder must be observed.
  • How it works
    If the press is switched on, the desired pressure can be set via a pressure control valve. With laterally movable cylinders, the cylinder can simply be pushed to the desired position by hand. The cylinder can be extended and retracted using two buttons or a hand pump. Standard accessories include chains that can be attached to the cylinder to lift the table bed and bring it into the desired position. There are accessories for your special components, which you can place on the table bed.