Press Release Summary:
With models ranging from 175-3,000 tons, K-Series Hydraulic Brakes come in 8-40 ft standard bed lengths and various tandem designs. Medium-to-heavy-tonnage bending products incorporate hydraulic system with automatic decompression, precision leveling accuracy, tonnage control/overload protection, and redundant valving. With speed and ram tilt adjustments, construction limits need for die shimming and ensures precise ram guiding.
Original Press Release:
K-Series Hydraulic Press Brakes
Mt. Carmel, IL - Pacific Press Technologies has released a 12 page, 4-color brochure (available at www.pacific-press.com) pertaining to K-Series Hydraulic Brakes. This brochure highlights key machine features and specifications for this medium-to-heavy-tonnage bending workhorse. K-Series models range from 175 to 3000 tons, 8-40' standard bed lengths and various tandem designs.
The K-Series rugged construction helps to limit the need for die shimming and ensures precise ram guiding. The literature also covers Pacific's state-of-the-art hydraulic system and superior controllability. Pacific-built hydraulic units include automatic decompression, precision leveling accuracy, tonnage control/overload protection and redundant valving. Superior controllability is achieved with full rated tonnage, generous open heights, long strokes, speed adjustments and a ram tilt adjustment.
Optional features emphasized in the brochure include: CNC Controls, Plate Cells/Configurations, High Speed Power Units and Medium- to Heavy-Duty Powered Backgauges.
Full factory training and service support is available from Pacific.
Headquartered in Mt. Carmel, Illinois, Pacific Press Technologies is a leading builder of hydraulic presses, pressbrakes and shears for the metal forming and compression molding (advanced composites, rubber, plastics) industries.
For more information contact Pacific Press Technologies, 714 Walnut Street, Mount Carmel, IL 62863. Phone: 618-262-8666 Fax: 618-262-7000 Email: Gordan Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org or website: www.pacific-press.com.