Photographs of 'Fielding' 16MN Extrusion Press, O/No. 301-65570, c.1993

for Lama Petroleum Ltd., for Syria, order 301-65570, c.1993

JB325 George Claridge changing the shear hydraulic seals
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB326 Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) panel
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB327 George Claridge changing the shear hydraulic seals
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB333
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB336
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB337
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB338 Hydraulic control valve manifolds located on the top of the press
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB339
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB340 View from the top of the press
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB341 The master control console.
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB342 Close-up of shear (Sam Edwards, MD Edwards Exrusion Handling Systems) on right.
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB343 View from top of press, run-out tables in rear
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB344 View from top of press, hot billet entering container
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB352
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB354 'Fielding' press console (left), Mechatherm log heater console (centre), 'Edwards' console (right)
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB355 Press motor and auxiliaries starter panels
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB358 'Edwards' controle console on right with 5 (blue) vertical cooling fans at rear
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB362 Side view of press with handling gear and log heater in foreground
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB372 Front of press with forced-air extrusion cooling fan in foreground
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB373 Close-up of shear cylinder
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB376 View from rear of press
Supplied by John Bancroft
JB377 View from rear of press
Supplied by John Bancroft

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