Retrofiited in 2008 in UK. Never worked since retrofit. Disassembled now. Ready for shipping.
According to the documentation, the hammer was restored to the UK strictly according to the manufacturer's standards. Hydraulic control system is included. A set of new original guides made of special hard steel from Beche is included.
A complete set of technical documentation is available with a hammer. Including a drawing of the foundation, which will facilitate installation in a new location.
Energy of blow 25000 kgs
Stroke 1200 mm
Distance between slides 1070 mm
Ram width 1050 mm
Ram length 1500 mm
Weight 252 ton
Air Consumption Per Full Blow 4.5 Cubic Mtr
Compressor Size Cold Air 32.5 Cubic Mtr
Compressor Size Heated Air 220ºC 20.0 Cubic Mtr
Volume of Air Receiver 25.5 Cubic Mtr
BÊCHÉ counterblow hammers are predominantly used for manufacturing large and ultra-large forgings. The high impact energy and tonnage of the hammer dies, moving in opposite directions, permits precision forming of large forgings. Counterblow hammers with hydraulic drives are particularly well suited to the medium tonnage range.
Counterblow hammer Beche DGH 25 — in a counterblow machine both the hammer and anvil move and the workpiece is held between them. Here excess energy becomes recoil. This allows the machine to work horizontally and have a smaller base. Other advantages include less noise, heat and vibration.
|Client type||Machinery dealer|
|On Kitmondo since||2020|
|Number of listings||9|
|Employees||1 - 10|
We sell forging press equipment all over the world. Our company is the best supplier of used heavy presses and machines throughout the former USSR. This is evidenced by the facts we offer you to f… read more
We sell forging press equipment all over the world. Our company is the best supplier of used heavy presses and machines throughout the former USSR. This is evidenced by the facts we offer you to familiarize yourself with.
The largest supplier of used heavy presses, hammers and other heavy machinery from the former Soviet Union.
1. Direct contact at the level of directors with dozens of plants in the former Soviet Union, having large forges and selling used presses .
|Last activity||May 27, 2021|