counterblow hammer

counterblow hammer

[′kau̇nt·ər‚blō ‚ham·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A forging hammer in which the ram and anvil are driven toward each other by compressed air or steam.
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3 million contract to supply castings for one of the world s largest counterblow hammer presses.
Gene Bunge, Vice President of Engineering at Ladish, reported that both the top and bottom rams of the five-story-tall counterblow hammer, each of which weighs approximately 375,000 pounds, were installed.
It will also upgrade the counterblow hammer for closed die forging at Takasago and construct a new welded tube line at group company Kobe Special Tube Co.
Upgrade of the counterblow hammer for closed die forging at Takasago Works
Wyman-Gordon Lincoln's modern production facility features 80 metric-ton and 40 metric-ton counterblow hammers, which will complement Wyman-Gordon's open-die and closed-die forging capabilities.