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Pneumatic press PFH series
manualstampingpunching

pneumatic press
pneumatic press
pneumatic press
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Characteristics

Operation
pneumatic, manual
Function
stamping, punching, joining
Structure
toggle
Control
semi-automatic
Other characteristics
bench-top
Force

Min.: 8.5 kN

Max.: 57.5 kN

Description

The press ram is moved forward over a toggle mechanism by pulling on the hand lever. Pressing the start button on the lever, after a limit switch is tripped, results in a 6 mm long pneumatic power stroke. Releasing the lever or the start button ends the power stroke. Manual pneumatic benchtop press features include: • Hand lever toggle mechanism for approach stroke • Pneumatic power stroke • Precision linear ball rail guide • Non-rotating ram • Clean plumbing. Air connections integrated on frame. • Fine stroke adjustment during power stroke (6 mm). • Return force / tool weight is infinitely adjustable. • Default interface for easy connection of electrical components. • Controls completely integrated on frame, including air servicing unit. • The hand lever can be mounted on left side too for all models. Using a manual approach, pneumatic benchtop presses are operator friendly and retrofittable. Each press complies with EC-type examination certificates and is available in two types: • Type L (increased open height) • Type W (increased throat depth) Optional accessories for TOX®-Pneumatic Presses with manual approach: • Electric counter ZPZ, long life battery operated incl. pressure switch. • Travel sensor • Tool fixture ZA. Also available with 3-in-1 tool clamping concept, with or without force sensor. • Pressing monitor. • Mounting of slide tables according to frame type.

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