The world’s longest hydraulic press is more than three times longer than the record holder, and has a capacity to lift over 50 tons of press material.
That’s more than double the weight of the previous record holder.
Taha’s Hydraulic Belt Drive Jack, the world’s biggest press, is still going strong.
The new Jack weighs more than 50 tons and is capable of lifting up to 55 tons of pressure.
The company said the press is powered by a dual-cycle hydraulic drive, with each cycle taking about 45 minutes to complete.
“This new generation of hydraulic pressjack will allow us to achieve the most powerful press we’ve ever seen on the world stage, capable of pushing over 50 million pounds of pressure,” said Taha founder and CEO Kaveh M. Khodabadi.
The hydraulic press will be in use on the new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT, the SLS, and the SRT-8, according to Taha.
The Jack is the company’s latest in a line of press jack designs that have seen improvements in design and performance over the last few years.
The Hydraulic pressjack’s new record-breaking capacity is a major step in improving the hydraulic system’s durability.
“Pressures will be able to be increased in the future, which will be critical for our customers as they continue to expand production capacity in the coming years,” Khodibadi said.
Tanaas Hydraulic presses are made of aluminum, a material that was developed by Taha, the Russian company that invented the hydraulics industry.
Tadaa is an aluminum alloy used in the aerospace industry and other industries around the world.
The technology for the pressjack was developed in partnership with the company.