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  1. Hydraulico
6 May 2022

75 Years of Innovation

Back in early 1946, a young, Danish mechanic established Odder Motorcycle Repair, in Denmark. His brother joined the company and soon, they skipped motorcycles to the benefit of Singer gas cylinder production. Business was good and, being innovative, hardworking, and hydraulically talented, the two brothers switched to the production of small ten ton hand presses for buttons. In November 1946 they changed the company name, and Hydraulico was created.

From a tiny button production business in 1946, to forging rail ends for switches for high speed rail traffic in 2022, various rectangular or round stainless-steel sinks, Harley-Davidson gas tanks, Velux window fittings, jet blades, fridge condensers, oil drum lids, Ford Focus silencers, concrete mixers, SodaStream gas cylinders, plate heat exchangers, Maersk containers, kitchenware, Volvo bumpers, agriculture products, rocket tail fins, Rolls Royce front grills, metal suitcases, or SALT blocks for cows, a custom-designed Hydraulico press line simply offers unexpected possibilities and can take your production in almost any direction.

From 1946 to 2021, and we still draw, forge, and shape the future.

The Hydraulico Rail Forging System is a fully automated, advanced production line with astonishing performance that forges rail ends almost to final shape.
Hydraulico utilises the latest technology, robotics, software solutions and computer-based automation, for custom-designed, cost-effective products.
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