Manufacturing Companies & Roofing To Keep Machines Dry

Manufacturing Companies & Roofing To Keep Machines Dry

It should be obvious that industrial machines for metal working need to stay dry.  That being said, big buildings have a lot of real estate above the machinery.  That means regular inspection of the roof should be taken seriously.  Plus, allowing a problem to go too long can cost huge amounts of money to repair.

Some of the options out there for flat roofs are TPO, hot applications, tar like substances with stone covering and asphalt fiber shingle.  Of course, asphalt shingles for large industrial structures many not be desirable.  For home roofing needs, it’s fine.

Commercial work is often done by companies who do both residential and commercial. However, some jobs require contractors who specialize in commercial and industrial roofing solutions.  You would do well to talk with several roofing contractors before making a final decision.

Not all roofing solutions are the same either.  Some offer far better thermal benefits.  For example, some roof coatings have aluminum embedded in it.  This reflects heat away and can keep the cool in for summer time.  Likewise, there will be benefits when using foam type roofing systems.

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The Used Metal Stamping Punch Presses Market, What's For Sale


Are you looking for Used Metal Stamping Presses or as some say, a punch press? Buying a press can be a large investment and many brands are available. For example, brands like Minster, Verson, Clearing, Bliss, Danly, Komatsu, Aida, Stamtec and more. Of course there are also many types of presses available too, such as; High Speed Presses, Straight Side Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Molding Presses, OBI Presses, Gap Presses.

Other machines that are commonly bought and sold with presses are feed line equipment. Used coil cradles, feed lines, straighteners, uncoilers, coil handlers, coil flippers and so on.

What type of press you decide upon really depends up your application. Most manufacturers either have on staff or retain a manufacturing engineer. The will look at what you stamping needs are and assign what bed size, capacity, stroke, shut height, cushions or no cushions, windows, pit mounted or floor standing, strokes per minute (SPM) and so on. The tonnage of capacity is where most people start looking. Machines from 200 Tons, 300 Tons, 400 Tons, 500 Tons, 600 Tons, 700 Tons, 800 Tons, 1,000 Tons, 1,500 Tons and 2,000 Tons are common sizes for straight side mechanical presses, gap frame, hydraulic and some OBI. OBI versions can also be much smaller, such as; 50 Ton, 100 Ton, 150 Ton, 200 Ton. Some large versions do exist.

For high pressure presses, there are knuckle joint and hydraulic. For example, we once had a 4,000 Ton Knuckle Joint Bliss press that was used for stamping coins. It was a multi-million dollar machine. Forging presses can have huge capacities. The biggest versions are typically used for stamping large aerospace parts. The can be 50,000 Tons or more. Most won’t be using those in their manufacturing environment. Although they are very interesting machines.

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Some of the most popular press brands are Minster and Bliss. Bliss made all kinds of machines and are probably the most common. They made an excellent machine. Minster is known for their high quality and reliability. Of course, this makes them more sought after and expensive. Japanese brands have also become popular. Komatsu and Aida make very good presses with a wide lineup of capacities and types.

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