Dener Electric Press Brake
Electric Servo Press Brake - Overview
ManTech is now the sole authorised dealer for DENER in the UK. DENER is a Turkish based engineering company that specialise on sheet metal working machinery. Designed to be robust and reliable the DENER HPW Servo Electric press brakes have significant advantages over their hydraulic counter parts.
- Available from 40t to 200t
- Bend lengths from 1530mm to 4080mm
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Servo Electric advantages over Hydraulic press brakes
- Servo Electric Press Brake has 50% energy saving compared with hydraulic press brakes.
- Servo Electric Press Brake is shown to be up to 30% faster than hydraulic press brake. A shorter response time is one of the biggest advantages of a servo electric press brake.
- Servo uses 100% electrical power instead of hydraulic oil and hydraulic components. Less pollution – Best solution.
- Servo has high acceleration, high declaration. The quick change of the moving direction is a advantage for high productivity and efficiency. Servo has less maintenance cost.
- Servo is flexible, reliable and advance bending machine. Servo Electric Press Brake combines high accuracy, flexibility and reliability. This concept offers low power consumption for operation.
- Servo working system has no noise and provide silently working conditions
- Y1, Y2, X,R , (4-Axis)
- Synchro Press Brake Control Unit – ESA S 630W Control CE-Norm with DSP Safety system with PLC unit CNC controlled motorized crowning system
- Clamping system
- 60mm Die Holder
- ESA S 660 Control Sliding Front Arms with full length linear guide Back gauge
- Servo Motor & Ball bearing system
Warranty & Support
All machines supplied by Mantech come with a warranty ranging from 1-5 years depending on machine type and your business needs.
We also offer full extended warranties and on-site maintenance service to give full peace of mind and to keep your equipment running for as long as you desire.