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TITAN High-Pressure Brick, Block, and Paver Machines

TITAN MACHINERY produces high-pressure brick manufacturing equipment using “hyperpressing” technology, which applies compaction pressures of over 250 kgs/cm2. This technology offers numerous benefits, including increased strength and durability, reduced waste, and faster production times.

Our “HYPERPRESS” brand offers a wide range of equipment for producing facing bricks, façade tiles, chipped decorative bricks, paving slabs, and other products, with options ranging from mini-plants to fully-automated high-output equipment for large brickworks. Our equipment is known for its advanced automation systems, robotic stacking equipment, and other unique features that make it stand out from competitors’ products.

Our company offers a wide range of production lines for brick making, from compact mini-plants to fully-automated high-output equipment for large brickworks. Our equipment is capable of producing a variety of bricks and other products made of concrete and other binders, including facing bricks, façade tiles, chipped decorative bricks, and paving slabs. Our mini-plants are designed for small-scale production, while our fully-automated equipment is suitable for large-scale brickworks that require high output and efficiency.

Our production lines use high-pressure compaction technology, which ensures the quality and durability of the bricks produced. The equipment is designed for easy operation and maintenance, and includes advanced automation systems and robotic stacking equipment that optimize the production process and minimize labor costs. With our production lines, customers can expect high-quality, cost-effective brick production that meets their specific needs and requirements.

More Information on TITAN Brick Machines

Choose the right model of the brick or block making machine for your application

Exterior Facade Tile  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●            
Facing Brick  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●            
Solid Brick  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●        
Hollow Brick  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●  ●        
Winbrick – Brick With High Void to Fill Ratio          ●  ●    ●            
Block 390*190*150 мм                ●        
Ceramic Brick      ●        ●              
Ceramic Block      ●        ●              
Sand-Lime Brick  ●  ●      ●  ●      ●  ●        
Sand-Lime Block    ●        ●        ●        
Lego-Brick          ●  ●  ●  ●  ●        
Lego-Block 390x195x190                      
Partition Panel    ●          ●              
Paving Tile  ●      ●            
High Firebrick                           
Salt Briquette                          
Concrete Roofing Tile                            ●
Terrazzo Tile                ●            ●

Brick and Block Machines Classifications

The main types of pressing equipment produced by our company with an explanation related to the principle of operation of the presses and general information.
  TITAN ‘S’ Series TITAN ‘D’ Series TITAN ‘F’ TITAN ‘W’ TITAN ‘B’
Design of the Main Pressing Machine Single-Action Pressing with a lower position of the main pressing cylinder  Double-Action Pressing Simmetric with Mutually Approaching Rams Double-Action Pressing with Floating Table  Filtering Pressing (Wet Concrete) Double-Action Blotter Pressing with Two Layers (wet and dry).
Notes related to the compression type Classic Scheme Classic Scheme Classic Scheme Original Scheme Original and Patent Protected Scheme
Technological Pallets No No No Yes Depends on Tile Thickness
Advantages High Speed. Good Accuracy.  Overall Simplicity.  High Products’ Quality. It is possible to produce interlocking bricks and blocks. High Products’ Quality. It is possible to produce interlocking bricks and blocks. The best compression quality. It is possible to produce big tiles. The best compression quality.  It is possible to produce big tiles with two layers. No need for water draining. 
Drawbacks It is impossible to produce interlocking bricks and blocks.  Larger Investment. Unmolding can be affected when highly-adhesive materials used. Technological Pallets needed. Larger Investment.
Hollow Bricks and Blocks Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Hollow Bricks and Blocks with Closed Bottom Yes Yes No No Yes
Interlocking Blocks and Bricks No Yes Yes No Yes
Big Size Tiles No Yes No Yes Yes


Product Code

Brand Name Compression Force Series Explanation Modifications
TITAN 80 S S – Single-action pressing refers to a type of press operation where the pressing force is applied only in one direction. In other words, the ram or plunger moves in a single direction to apply pressure to the material being processed. They are also known as single-stroke presses, since the ram makes only one stroke or movement during each cycle. H – ‘High’ – for high blocks and panels
  240 D D – Double-action presses refer to a type of press operation where pressing force is applied in two directions, typically in opposite directions. These presses have two rams or plungers that move towards each other, pressing the material being processed between them. Double-action presses are commonly used in the production of products that require more complex shaping or forming. They are often automated and can perform multiple operations in a single cycle. Double-action presses offer several advantages over single-action presses, including better raw materials compaction, and the ability to form more complex shapes. R – ‘Refractory’ – for firebricks
  400 F F – Floating table presses are a type of hydraulic press that use a table that is not directly fixed to the press frame. Instead, the table floats on a cushion of oil (hanging on hydraulic cylinders), allowing it to move freely in all directions. This design feature allows for better compaction of raw materials, ability to form more complex shapes, and ability to adjust to any misalignment or unevenness in the press tooling.  RM – ‘Refractory Mandrell’ – for firebricks with big holes 
  600 W W – A wet concrete press is a type of hydraulic press used in the production of concrete products such as terrazzo tiles, roofing tiles, and pavers. The press operates by compacting wet concrete mix in a mold or form using a hydraulic ram or piston. Wet concrete is poured into the mold, and then the press applies pressure to the concrete to form it into the desired shape.   The excess water is forced out through the filter plates, leaving behind a solid, uniform mixture that is ready to be molded.
Once the excess water has been filtered out, the mixture is then moved to a hydraulic tile press, where it is molded into the desired tile shape. The terrazzo tile filter press is an important part of the terrazzo tile manufacturing process, as it helps to ensure that the final product is uniform and of high quality.
M – ‘Mandrel’ – for moving mandrel
  900 DB DB – A filter press with dual concrete layers is a specialized type of press that is designed to create high-quality concrete products. The press is equipped with two layers of concrete – a wet layer and a semi-dry layer. The wet layer is poured onto the press, and the semi-dry layer is then placed on top of the wet layer or vice-versa.

During the compaction process, the press exerts pressure on the two layers of concrete. As a result of this pressure, water is filtered from the wet layer into the semi-dry layer, leaving the wet layer uniformly moist. This process ensures that the concrete product is of high quality and has uniform moisture content throughout.

The dual layer filter press is commonly used for producing a variety of concrete products, such as paving stones, roof tiles, and decorative concrete items.

S – ‘Salt’ – for salt briquettes 
  1300     C – ‘Ceramic’ – for ceramic products
  2000   *other options are possible *other options are possible
Coding Example – TITAN600FR (Press with 600 ton-force with floating table design for firebrick manufacturing)

Our Suppliers

We use components only from trusted suppliers!

  • Proportional Hydraulics – Hengli, Bosh-Rexroth, Parker;
  • Oil Pumps – PV series Yeoshe (Taiwan), Parker (Germany), Yuken (Japan);
  • Electrical Components – Schneider;
  • Power Supplies – Mean Well;
  • Linear Motion Sensors – Senspro;
  • Pressure Sensors – Wika;
  • HID Interface – Weinview;
  • Control System – based on Siemens controller;
  • Electric Motors – Siemens;
  • Piping – DIN 3865/DIN EN ISO 8434-4;
  • Hydraulic Valves – standard ISO 4401.

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