Custom Hydraulic Press Guarding

Custom-made hydraulic press guard to suit your work style and requirements.  It blocks high-speed projections from the press.  Available with a variety of accessories and features.


Ferndale Safety Hydraulic Press Guarding

Great for large H-frame insertion hydraulic presses, each guard is custom-made to fit your machine.  It comes with polycarbonate-backed steel mesh windows to protect against projections.

Why Safeguard Hydraulic Presses?

A properly designed safety guard around a hydraulic press will prevent random projections.  The press is capable of putting tons of pressure on the workpiece.  A steel part such as a bearing can fail and throw shrapnel at hundreds of miles an hour outside the press.  This shrapnel can be too small and fast to see with the naked eye.

Available Options

Choose from several available options for safeguarding your hydraulic press.

  • LED work lights
  • Door Types:
    • On hinges
    • Lift-up with counterweights
    • Automatic Opening
  • Two-pressure hydraulic system
  • Custom-designed enclosure.
  • Steel or aluminum extrusion construction
  • Electrical interlock switch(es)

Ferndale Safety has a team of engineers to safeguard your machine.  You can see some of our past projects here.

Please find out more about our custom safety solutions here.

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Product Variations

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Ferndale Safety

Disclaimer: By purchasing Our Products, you agree not to use them for "hot work" (e.g., welding, soldering, cutting) due to fire risk. Misuse is forbidden, and following all safety guidelines is required. Non-compliance means you accept full responsibility for any resulting harm or damage. For your safety and the effectiveness of Our machine guarding, remain within the "Safe Work Zone" directly in front of the guarding. Standing to the side increases injury risk and breaches our usage policy. Adhering to this rule ensures your safety and the Products optimal performance. For detailed safety and operational guidelines, please see our Terms and Conditions. (click here)