Pneumatic Bench Presses

GFM pneumatic bench presses are high quality, heavy duty, precision machined units, built to withstand the most demanding industrial use.

Designed in our own computerised design facility using powerful computers and CAD systems, ensuring continued quality and expansion of the product range.

Component parts are machined in our own high tech CNC Machine Shop, producing closely monitored high quality component parts, giving GFM bench presses a long trouble free working life.

Stressed moving parts are manufactured from high tensile steel, hardened and precision ground where required, ensuring quality long life parts.

At all stages of manufacture, components and assemblies are subjected to rigorous inspection and test procedures, giving the end user the confidence that GFM units and spare parts are of consistent high quality.

High quality seals are used throughout the GFM range, keeping maintenance down and helping the units to have a long smooth trouble free life.

Standard Clean 7 Bar (100 PSI) compressed air is the only power supply required, no hydraulics or electrics used, enabling safe simple installation in areas were oil and electrics could be a problem.

GFM presses have a range of types and outputs from .5 tonne to 15.5 tonne, giving the end user a wide choice to fit the application.

GFM presses are fitted with fully interlocked guards for operator safety.

The units can be used in sensitive areas such as the food, cosmetic, medical and other industries where contamination is a problem.

GFM units give a high output from a small unit without the dangers of electricity or contamination from hydraulics.

GFM units can be used in hostile, difficult and sensitive areas without the problems normally associated with oil and electricity.

Our computerised stock control and stores system ensures fast efficient despatch of new units and spare parts.

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