Welcome to Exapro, your destination for quality used industrial machinery. Our range includes versatile and high-performance screw presses, perfect for various applications in the metalworking industry.

Priced between €10,000 and €50,000, our screw presses are ideal for precision forging, pressing, and forming metal parts. Key features include press force, stroke length, die space, and automation capabilities.

We proudly feature machinery from top manufacturers such as Schuler, Erfurt, and Lasco. Every piece of equipment undergoes rigorous testing and inspection to ensure top performance and longevity.

With Exapro, choosing pre-owned industrial machinery means getting the best value for your investment without compromising on quality or performance. Trust us to empower your metalworking business to reach new heights of productivity. Explore our wide range today and let us help you make the best choice for your industrial needs.

Vaccari 10NS 530 Tn Screw press

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Table length 565 mm
Ram stroke 430 mm
Screw diameter 230 mm
Table width 700 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 42
Motor power 37.28561 kW

Dellavia San Remo VSS 900 Tn Screw press

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Table length 580 mm
Ram stroke 450 mm
Motor power 37 kW
Table width 750 mm
Screw diameter 280 mm

ND ND Screw press

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SCREW PRESS Screw press useful for sludge dehydration and crushing.

Ficep PFM 215 450Tn Screw press

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Table length 630 mm
Ram stroke 300 mm
Screw diameter 215 mm
Table width 850 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 45

Weingarten PSH 4/PS 560 F Screw press

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Table length 1300 mm
Table width 1400 mm

Hasenclever HSPR 450/1000/600 Screw press

Year: 1970

Table length 1000 mm
Ram stroke 600 mm
Screw diameter 450 mm
Table width 1200 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 9
Motor power 110 kW

PRESSE E.M.G. 6 PHR - 360 KG

Year: 2021

Pneumatic bench press VERSION 2 - Two-hand control Pneumatic supply at customer's expense SPEED REGULATION BY EXHAUST LIMITER Power rating360 kg Stroke0 " 50 mm Gooseneck depth95 mm Clearance height20 " 250* mm Lowering speed150 mm/s Air consumption0.6 l Weight25 kg

Vaccari 1200 Friction screw press

Year: 2009

Table length 1050 mm
Ram stroke 500 mm
Motor power 74.57122 kW
Table width 900 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 35

Used Ficep PVS 250 Diam. vite ø 250 Ton. 630 Screw press

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Table length 820 mm
Ram stroke 475 mm
Table width 600 mm
Screw diameter 250 mm

BBC Screw hardening furnace Good value

Year: 1988

Screw hardening furnace Power - 90 KVA Energy - electricity Capacity - 1000 kg / 8h Oil capacity - 2.000 ( hardening oil ) Screw range - up to 300 mm Max. temp. - 1200 C

DELLAVIA ZURIGO Screw press

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Table length 340 mm
Ram stroke 300 mm
Table width 340 mm
Screw diameter 130 mm

Used Lasco SKP 2500 Screw press

Year: 1983

Table length 1720 mm
Ram stroke 600 mm
Table width 1800 mm
Screw diameter 425 mm

Kayser National – Nut making machines

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Nbr of strokes/min 120
Motor power 11 kW

Weincarten 400 Tn Screw press

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Table length 1800 mm
Table width 1200 mm

VSS Košice LFJ 100 Screw press

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The machine is in good technical condition, after prior agreement it is possible to test it.

Zarz vm3 Screw press

Year: ~ 1990

Grape vine press 200 ton Used machine visible in Italy, sold "as it is"


Understanding Screw Presses in the Exapro Metalworking Machinery Marketplace

At Exapro, we connect professionals with top-tier industrial machinery solutions. Within our extensive offerings, the category of Metal Presses and Forging includes essential equipment such as Screw Presses. Let’s explore what these machines entail, their importance, and why Exapro is the ideal marketplace for buying or selling them.

What are Screw Presses?

Screw presses, also known as fly presses or friction screw presses, are mechanical devices used for forging, stamping, and forming metal. They operate by using a large screw mechanism to convert rotational motion into linear motion, delivering high force with precision. These presses are essential in industries such as automotive, aerospace, metal fabrication, and manufacturing, where precision and power are crucial for forming metal parts and components.

Types of Screw Presses

  1. Mechanical Screw Presses: Utilize a flywheel and screw mechanism to generate force, ideal for high-speed production and consistent pressure.
  2. Friction Screw Presses: Use friction discs to transmit torque to the screw, offering high control over the pressing force.
  3. Electric Screw Presses: Powered by electric motors, these presses provide precise control over speed and force, with higher energy efficiency.
  4. Hydraulic Screw Presses: Combine hydraulic systems with screw mechanisms, providing enhanced control and power for heavy-duty forging operations.

The Exapro Advantage: Buying & Selling Screw Presses

Navigating the world of used industrial machinery can be complex, but Exapro simplifies the process. For those looking to purchase, the key benefits are manifold.

Cost-Effectiveness

Acquiring new screw presses can be a significant financial commitment, especially for small businesses or start-ups. Through Exapro, professionals can obtain these machines at a fraction of the cost of new ones, ensuring exceptional value for money. On our platform, the price range for used screw presses typically lies between €5,000 and €100,000, reflecting the variety available in terms of age, brand, wear and tear, and additional features.

Quality Assurance

At Exapro, every listing undergoes a thorough evaluation process to ensure each piece of equipment is in excellent working condition and ready for its next operational chapter. This rigorous vetting process guarantees that even used machinery meets high standards of quality and reliability.

Market Reach

Screw presses are crucial for efficient and precise metalworking operations. Whether you're looking to invest in one or sell it, Exapro offers a platform that ensures convenience, reliability, and value. Embark on the future of metalworking with Exapro – where innovation meets tradition.

Main Advantages of Screw Presses

Screw presses are indispensable in the metalworking industry due to their numerous benefits. Here are the main advantages:

High Force Output

These machines deliver substantial force, making them suitable for heavy-duty forging and forming operations.

Precision and Control

Screw presses offer precise control over the force and speed, ensuring high accuracy in metal forming.

Versatility

Capable of handling various tasks, including forging, stamping, and forming, making them valuable assets across different projects.

Durability

Designed to withstand heavy use, screw presses are built for longevity and reliability in demanding industrial environments.

Energy Efficiency

Electric and hydraulic screw presses are particularly energy-efficient, reducing operational costs and environmental impact.

Main Machine Parameters of Screw Presses

When evaluating or understanding screw presses, several key parameters are considered to ensure they meet specific requirements. Here are the main machine parameters:

Force Capacity

The maximum force the press can exert, usually measured in tons, determining its suitability for different forging and forming operations.

Stroke Length

The distance the press ram travels during operation, affecting the size and shape of the workpiece that can be formed.

Screw Diameter

The diameter of the screw, influencing the force and precision of the press.

Motor Power

The power of the motor, usually measured in kilowatts (kW) or horsepower (HP), which affects the press's ability to handle various materials and thicknesses.

Speed Control

The ability to adjust the speed of the screw, enhancing control over the pressing force and cycle times.

Table Size

The dimensions of the press table, affecting the stability and ease of handling larger workpieces.

Automation Features

The presence of automated systems for tasks like material handling, positioning, and process control, improving efficiency and safety.

Area of Use of Screw Presses

Screw presses, given their versatility and capacity for high-quality work, find application in a multitude of areas. Here’s a rundown of the primary areas of use:

Automotive Industry

Used for forging and forming automotive components, including gears, axles, and suspension parts, ensuring precision and durability.

Aerospace Industry

Essential for producing high-strength metal parts for aircraft, such as engine components and structural elements, where precision and reliability are critical.

Metal Fabrication

Applied in metal fabrication shops for creating custom parts and components, ensuring high-quality and precise finishes.

Manufacturing

Used in various manufacturing processes for forming metal parts, including tools, machinery components, and hardware.

Defense and Military

Critical for producing high-strength metal parts and components for military applications, where reliability and performance are paramount.

Manufacturers of Screw Presses

Several renowned manufacturers in the metalworking machinery industry are known for their quality and innovation. Here are some prominent manufacturers of screw presses:

Schuler Group

A leading provider of metal forming technology, Schuler offers advanced screw presses known for their precision and reliability.

SMS Group

Renowned for their high-quality forging equipment, SMS Group provides efficient and versatile screw presses for various applications.

Fagor Arrasate

Specializes in metal forming and processing equipment, offering robust and precise screw presses designed for high-performance operations.

Komatsu

Known for their comprehensive range of industrial machinery, Komatsu provides reliable and efficient screw presses for the metalworking industry.

TMP (Tula Machine-Building Plant)

Offers advanced screw press technology, providing high-quality machines designed for precision and efficiency in forging operations.

Siempelkamp

Specializes in heavy-duty presses, including screw presses, offering versatile and efficient machines suitable for different production environments.

When considering a purchase or researching screw presses, it's essential to look into these manufacturers' specific models, reviews, and after-sales service. Each brand has its strengths, specialties, and technological innovations that cater to different metalworking requirements.

Conclusion

Screw presses are invaluable assets in the metalworking industry, offering high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for forging, stamping, and forming metal materials. Whether for automotive, aerospace, metal fabrication, or manufacturing applications, these machines ensure superior product quality and compliance with industry standards. With the support of Exapro, acquiring or selling screw presses becomes a straightforward and reliable process, allowing businesses to focus on what they do best – producing exceptional metal products.