THE BHARAT ENGINEERING METAL WORKS
MANUFACTURER - EXPORTER & IMPORTER - DEALER OF SHEET METAL MACHINERY AND INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
Exporter - Importer
- Sheet Metal Machinery
- Industrial Machinery
- Rolling Mill
- Hot Rolling Mill
- Cold Rolling Mill
- Cold Re-Rolling Mill
- Strip Mill
- Section Rolling Mill
- Lead Sheet Rolling Mill
- Cut to Length line
- Shearing Machine
- Friction Screw Press
- Forging Press
- Power Press
- Hydraulic Press
- Baling Press
- Plastics Machinery
- Rubber Machinery
- Wire Drawing Machine
- Draw Bench
- Turnkey Project
- Ejector Pin
- Galvanising Plant
- Straightening Machines
- Coilers And De-coilers
- Anti Vibration Mount
- Soap Process Machine
- Riot Control Equipment
- Polycarbonate products
Forging consists of hammering heated bars or billets of steel and
other metals within closed Impression Dies.
Dies impart proper shape and size to the work piece.
Dies are carefully machined and ground for getting actual
impression of all metals.
Drop Forging Machines used are of either the Gravity or
Steam Drop-Hammer types.
Forging Presses may be of the Mechanical or Hydraulic type, and
the products may be forgings of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous metals.
Forging operations can be applied in production of small and medium
size parts of all design by using closed impression dies, only a single
stroke of ram of the forging press, where most of the total work is
transmitted to the forged metal and a saving in labour cost is expected.
All these machines are provided with Split Dies, which will clamp the bar,
holding it in position, and then the header punch will form the bar to
its proper shape.
Dies are expensive, and considerable experience required in
processing and designing Dies.
1. FRICTION SCREW PRESSES
Action midway between Press and Hammer, used extensively, for
Hot Fe & Non- Fe Metal forging, and also for other purposes.
2. TRIMMING PRESSES
For removing the Fin and Flash. The machines are crank - operated
with large gear sizes.
3. PNEUMATIC POWER HAMMERS
Very useful for drawing out before or after Drop Forging and
preparing using electrically operated sizes up to 40 cwt.
4. SPRING AND HELVE HAMMERS
Also used for drawing out, especially on small forgings.
Very Fast, light blow, can be used for sizing round forgings
by rolling during forging.
5. COUNTER-BLOW HAMMERS
These hammers eliminate the use of anvil blocks, and have Two cups,
an upper and a lower.
The Upper cup is connected to a piston rod and piston moves
up and down in a fixed cylinder and driving medium is admitted above
or below the piston, Presses can be either steam or air.
6. COINING PRESSES
Very sturdy, mechanically operated machines used for sizing forgings,
where it is necessary to reduce or avoid machining allowance.
Operations are carried out in a cold state. Only required for work to
a very exacting specification.
Manufacturer - Supplier
Endless Riveted Chrome Leather Belt for Friction Screw Press
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