Plant Engineering Services, Inc.

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Fort Wayne, IN  |  260-482-1436

Plant Engineering Services, Inc. is a leading provider of hydraulic press products and comprehensive service capabilities. With a strong commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction, we have established ourselves as a trusted partner for businesses seeking reliable and efficient hydraulic press solutions.

At Plant Engineering Services, we specialize in the design, manufacturing, and maintenance of hydraulic presses that cater to a wide range of industrial applications. Our hydraulic press products are known for their precision, durability, and versatility, making them ideal for tasks that involve forming, molding, stamping, and other heavy-duty operations. Whether our clients need a standard press model or a custom-designed solution, our team of skilled engineers works closely with them to understand their unique requirements and deliver tailored solutions that exceed expectations.

Plant Engineering Services has earned a solid reputation in the industry for our expertise, reliability, and commitment to excellence. Our hydraulic press products and services have been trusted by a diverse range of sectors, including automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, metal fabrication, and more. We continuously invest in research and development to stay at the forefront of technological advancements and deliver innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of our clients.

Plant Engineering Services, Inc. is a leading provider of hydraulic press products and services, headquartered in Fort Wayne, Indiana. With a focus on quality, precision, and customer satisfaction, we offer a comprehensive range of hydraulic press solutions tailored to various industrial applications. Backed by our manufacturing expertise and dedicated service capabilities, we are committed to helping our clients achieve optimal productivity and operational efficiency in their manufacturing processes.

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Forging Press

Forging Press

A forging press is a process that uses a vertical ram to apply gradual controlled pressure to a die holding a workpiece. The process is similar to drop forging but uses slow pressure instead of a series of blows. The slow movement of the ram penetrates deeper into the workpiece...

Hydraulic Press

Hydraulic Press

A hydraulic press is a mechanical device that uses the static pressure of a liquid, as defined by Pascal‘s principle, to shape, deform, and configure various types of metals, plastics, rubber, and wood. The mechanism of a hydraulic press consists of a mainframe, power system, and controls...

Power Presses

Power Presses

A power press machine is a hydraulic machine used to cut, bend, shape, and press any metal sheet into a required shape. A power press is a multi-faceted machine for shaping metal sheets in order to...

Hydraulic Lifts

Hydraulic Lifts

A hydraulic lift is a device for moving objects using force created by pressure on a liquid inside a cylinder that moves a piston upward. Incompressible oil is pumped into the cylinder, which forces the piston upward. When a valve opens to release the oil, the piston lowers by gravitational force...

AC DC Power Supply

AC DC Power Supply

Power supplies are electrical circuits and devices that are designed to convert mains power or electricity from any electric source to specific values of voltage and current for the target device...

Power Cords

Power Cords

A power cord is an electrical component used for connecting appliances to an electrical utility or power supply. It is made from an insulated electrical cable with one or both ends molded with connectors...

Metal Stamping

Metal Stamping

Metal stamping is a coldworking process that transforms sheets of metal into specific, preset shapes. It uses specialized tooling which involves the stroke of the punch that brings conformational change to the metal sheet...

Machine Guards

Machine Guards

A machine guard is a mechanism whose role is to act as a safety barrier between a worker and machines used in manufacturing facilities, factories, plants, and warehouses. Furthermore machine guards keep vehicles out of certain areas...

Types of Power Cords

Types of Power Cords

Thomas Edison developed the power distribution system in 1882. He wrapped a copper rod in jute, a soft shiny fiber from plants, as an insulator. The jute wrapped copper rod was placed in a pipe with a bituminous compound...

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