A Japanese company is set to develop an automated, portable hydraulic presses, potentially for use in manufacturing industrial equipment.
The Japanese company Nargosa said on Wednesday it is developing a portable hydraulic pressure press that it says can withstand up to 100 times its weight and is able to withstand an impact force of 2,500 pounds.
The company said the press would be manufactured at its Nargiso manufacturing facility in Osaka, Japan, by a consortium of Japanese companies including Shinken, Panasonic, and Hitachi.
The press, which has been described as a first in its class for the hydraulic press market, will have a weight capacity of 500 pounds.
Nargasu’s press will be able to produce pressure of up to 1,000 psi, the company said in a statement.
The technology is not new.
Other Japanese companies have used hydraulic presses to extract oil, gas, and coal from shale formations.
It is also possible that the new pressure press would produce similar results.
However, the press will not be the first portable hydraulic pressing system to be developed in the country.
Companies in Japan have also experimented with using portable hydraulic pumps, which can be used in the production of products ranging from automotive fluids to power tools.
The companies that built the portable hydraulic pump, for example, are Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishis Powertrain Technology, and Toyota Motor.
But the portable press would likely be the largest of these in terms of the amount of pressure produced.
The portable press has been widely used in Japan, where it is common to buy or rent portable pressure presses to help with the production process.
It has also been used in China and South Korea.
NAGSAI PRESS The portable hydraulic PRESS will be manufactured by Shinkens, Panasonic and Hitachis.
NEGON PRESS The NEGon PRESS is expected to be produced by Hitachi and Hitahin.
The NAGON PRESS will have an output of 1,600 psi, according to NAGASU PRESS’ statement.
Hitachi said in its statement that it will supply the NEGO PRESS with a pressure gauge, and that it expects to deliver the press to Hitachi by early 2019.
The firm did not give a release time frame for delivery of the NAGO PRESS.
NELSON PRESS The Nissan PRESS will come with an output capacity of 1.3 million pounds.
Nissan said it is “actively pursuing” the development of a press that is small enough to fit in a passenger car’s trunk.
NIGON PRESS’ POWERHOUSE PRESS NIGOSU PRESS NAGOSU said in the company’s statement that the powerhouse press will use an electric motor to drive the press.
It will be made by Hitachins Powertrain technology, Hitachi, Mitsumi, and Nissan.
Hitachin, Mitsum, and Mitsumi are jointly developing the NIGO PRESS press.