REFACTORY BRICK PRESSES
Macrodyne manufactures a line of hydraulic, single or multi-action compaction presses for Refractory Brick production and for a variety of other applications. Coupled with our advanced control systems, Macrodyne powder compacting presses are a superior solution for your Refactory Brick production requirements to form complex shapes.
MACRODYNE REFRACTORY BRICK SOLUTIONS
Macrodyne compaction presses are used for many innovative applications using powder compounds including:
Refractory Brick, Firebrick
Metal powder compaction for automotive components
Ceramic compaction for table and sanitary ware
Ceramic compaction for technical and bio ceramics
Magnetic material compaction for automotive, appliance, and medical components
Tantalum compaction for pharmaceutical and chemical processing application
PTFE for industries ranging from appliances, oil & gas, and chemical processing
HYDRAULIC PRESSES CUSTOM DESIGNED TO YOUR SPECIFIC REFRACTORY BRICK PRESSURE AND FILL DEPTH REQUIREMENTS
These presses feature robust 4-column or monolithic frame construction, and can be designed for the Buyer’s exact application
requirements to accommodate any specific compaction pressure and fill depth required for optimal production.
They can be supplied as a standalone piece of equipment or as part of an automated
cell complete with automated feeders and material handling equipment.
Our large hydraulic press for refractory bricks (or compaction)
are available with many options, including:
Charger box arrangement with blender assembly
Part load and unload devices
Automated weigh feeders
Heated platens (0ptional)
High speed controllers
Single or multi-action
4-column or monolithic frame
CBH Ring Adapter
Macrodyne’s extensive experience in the supply of hydraulic presses enables us to work closely with the end user to develop a customized approach, providing any level of involvement in the system integration as desired by the Buyer. This ensures a solution that is optimized for your specific production requirements while working within your existing budget constraints.