Kiefer Tool Repairs And Rebuilds Hydraulic Presses And Manufacturing Equipment For Customers In The U.S.
Kiefer Tool repairs, reconditions, rebuilds and retrofits hydraulic presses, hydraulic equipment components, machine tools and dies, industrial machines and manufacturing equipment. When hydraulic presses have problems, Kiefer has solutions. If your company is considering scrapping a hydraulic press because the manufacturing company that built the press is no longer in business, or will not provide repair services, please talk to an engineer at Kiefer Tool first. We may be able to inspect your hydraulic press to see if it is worth repairing or rebuilding. One of our specialties is repairing and rebuilding hydraulic presses and hydraulic cylinders. Kiefer Tool sells, repairs, rebuilds and replaces hydraulic drive systems, hydraulic control systems, hydraulic electrical systems, hydraulic motors, PC valves, FC valves, DC valves and linear hydraulic motors. Kiefer Tool also specializes in manufacturing, machining and repairing components of stamping presses such as bolster plates (large blocks of metal) which are attached on top of stamping press beds. For more information on the design and function of a bolster plate (or bed), click here.
About Kiefer Tool and Mold
Kiefer Tool and Mold Inc. of Cleveland Ohio is a general machine shop that provides services to repair, recondition, rebuild or retrofit industrial machine and manufacturing equipment. With over 50 years of experience in manufacturing and repairing industrial products our staff has been exposed to a wide variety of different repair processes and various equipment. Our 36,000 sq ft facility is outfitted to complete repairs or re-manufactured components at expedited service with an in house material stock, equipment and machines capable of large part machining, welding and fabrication and complete assembly of large manufacturing equipment.
Hydraulic Press Replacement And Spare Parts For Sale
Kiefer Tool sells basic “off-the-shelf” replacement and spare parts for hydraulic, mechanical and stamping presses. We manufacture custom replacement parts for hydraulic presses.
Large Part Machining Expertise and Capabilities
Kiefer Tool specializes in large part machining and custom hydraulic cylinder manufacturing. To learn about the equipment used to repair large parts and large machines, click here. Whether it is your tooling and dies, hydraulic equipment or an entire press in need of repair, reconditioning, or retrofitting, our staff is dedicated to creating a quality product that is both time and cost efficient.
On-Site Repairs, Equipment Inspections and Field Services
Kiefer Tool provides manufacturing companies with hydraulic press repair, hydraulic press maintenance, on-site inspections, on-site repairs, technical support and field services. We provide on-site field inspections for many types of industrial manufacturing equipment and machinery. Repair rates start at $100. per hour.
Contact Kiefer Tool For Repair Services
- Call (216) 251-0076 for a Quote
- To Submit an RFQ, CAD Drawing or P.O. Click Here or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Repair services range in cost from $100.00 to $150.00 per hour. Click Here for more information on repair and machining prices.
Repair Service Areas
Kiefer Tool repairs and rebuilds hydraulic presses and manufacturing equipment for companies throughout the Midwest, the Middle Atlantic, the Northeast and portions of the Southern United States. Because of the prohibitive cost of shipping or transporting large hydraulic parts and equipment long distances, Kiefer Tool rarely serves companies located in the Western portion of the United States or the deep south. We repair equipment for manufacturing companies in Cleveland, Columbus, Youngstown, Erie, Toledo, Akron, Cincinnati, Rochester (NY), Fort Wayne, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, Buffalo, Wheeling, St. Louis, Atlanta, Nashville, Knoxville, Lexington, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Raleigh, Omaha, Louisville, Albany, Baltimore, Huntsville (AL), Farmington Hills (MI), Minneapolis, Charlotte, Norfolk (VA), Kansas City, Grand Rapids (MI), Memphis and Allentown (PA).
We repair hydraulic presses and manufacturing equipment for industrial operations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia, Indiana, Michigan, West Virginia, Virginia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, Illinois, New Hampshire, Maine, Kentucky, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Tennessee and Kansas. We also have customers in northern Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi.
Brands Of Hydraulic Presses We Fix
We repair and rebuild medium to heavy hydraulic presses originally manufactured by Mesta Machine Company, Pacific, Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company (HPM), Elmes & Kings (Nordberg MFG Co.), Dake, Bliss, Sutherland, Williams and White, Hannifin, Wabash, Bruno, Neff, Birch, Verson, Beckwood, SEYI, Stamtec, Lombard, Heim, Denison Hydraulics, Danly, Loewy Hydropress, Komatsu, Pheonix, Magnum, Press Master, Macrodyne, Minster, Prince, Aida, Standard Industrial, Schuler and Erie among other press manufacturers.
Types of Presses We Repair and Rebuild
We repair and maintain the following types of presses – forging presses, mechanical presses, hydraulic presses, blanking presses, movable table hydraulic presses, industrial presses, power presses, lamination presses, C-frame presses, bench model presses, pulp bailing presses, H-frame presses, carbon extrusion presses, utility hydraulic presses, eccentric presses, transfer presses, heated platen presses, movable frame hydraulic presses, die spotting presses, previously used and owned presses, custom presses, straightside mechanical presses, hot stamping presses, automotive mold and trim presses, 4-post presses, up acting hydraulic presses, column presses, 2-post presses, gib-guided presses, slab style presses, pneumatic presses, tie-rod presses, hot forming presses, closed die forging presses, post presses, vacuum presses, composite molding presses, hydraulic press brakes, hydroforming presses, open die forging presses, air operated hydraulic presses, hydraulic shears, horizontal presses, high speed presses, stretch forming machines, transfer molding presses, straightside servo presses, cold forming presses, one piece frame presses, molding presses, powder compaction presses, notching presses, double acting hydraulic presses, metal forming presses, plastic forming presses, compression molding presses, container shell presses, gap frame presses, mechanical presses, deep draw presses and manual hydraulic presses.
Solutions To Common Hydraulic Press Repair Problems
Posted on March 13, 2019
The first step in fixing a hydraulic press that simply won’t work, or one that is not performing optimally, is to refer to the hydraulic press maintenance manual or maintenance checklist. To maximize your hydraulic press’ uptime and reliability, it is important to take care of your company’s press by performing preventative maintenance work. To avoid hydraulic press problems and ensure optimal press functionality, be sure to follow the preventive-maintenance (PM) schedule provided by the hydraulic-press manufacturer, if this document is available. When manufacturing companies relay on hydraulic presses to stamp the products they sell, they rely on their operators to keep their presses running. Simple tasks such as replacing the oil/fluid or cleaning a radiator will fix minor hydraulic press efficiency problems. If your hydraulic press operator notices that it is leaking hydraulic fluid, check the hydraulic lines and fittings. For more information about typical hydraulic press problems and possible solutions, click here. For the latest news on fixing hydraulic presses, click here.