|Minimum Order Quantity||1 piece|
|Tip Size||6 mm|
|Size/Dimension||500 MM to 7500 MM|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Minimum Order Quantity||6 Number|
|Overall Length||6 Inch|
|Size/Dimension||As per Required|
|Body Design||As per Required|
|Gross Weight||7.5 Kgs|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Number|
A brake can be described by basic parameters, such as the force or tonnage and the working length. Additional parameters include the stroke length, the distance between the frame uprights or side housings, distance to the back gauge, and work height. The upper beam usually operates at a speed ranging from 1 to 15 mm/s.
There are several types of brakes as described by the means of applying force: mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and servo-electric.
In a mechanical press, energy is added to a flywheel with an electric motor. A clutch engages the flywheel to power a crank mechanism that moves the ram vertically. Accuracy and speed are two advantages of the mechanical press.
Hydraulic presses operate by means of two synchronized hydraulic cylinders on the C-frames moving the upper beam. Servo-electric brakes use a servo-motor to drive a ballscrew or belt drive to exert tonnage on the ram.
Pneumatic presses utilize air pressure to develop tonnage on the ram.