Hydraulic machines

Our hydraulic ALLROUNDER injection molding machines can be used for a wide variety of applications and can be individually adapted for operation in conjunction with all familiar injection molding techniques. The range extends from the GOLDEN EDITION general purpose machine series to the custom-adaptable ALLROUNDER S machines.

Hydraulic ALLROUNDERs impress through more than just the wide range of available machine sizes. An extensive variety of peripherals can also be conveniently integrated thanks to the universal SELOGICA control system. If you always want to complete specific tasks reliably and with a high degree of repeat accuracy, you should use our hydraulic machines.


  • Clamping force range between 14 and 560 tons
  • GOLDEN EDITION: comprehensively standardized general purpose model at an unbeatable price
  • ALLROUNDER S: wide variety of equipment alternatives - precisely tailored to all injection molding processes
  • ALLROUNDER 270 S compact: machine that can be configured online - direct ordering via "arburgXworld” customer portal
  • Position-regulated screw: high level of reproducibility during injection molding
  • Energy-efficient drives: ARBURG servo-hydraulic system (ASH) and energy saving system (AES)


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ARBURG Energy-saving system (AES)
The ARBURG energy saving system (AES) enables the drive power to be adapted for cost-effective operation. A frequency converter continuously adjusts the speed of the electric motor to the actual power required. The advantages are lower energy consumption, less noise and machine wear.
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ARBURG servo-hydraulic system (ASH)
The ARBURG servo-hydraulic system (ASH) permits particularly energy-efficient and low-emission operation of hydraulic injection molding machines. With a speed-controlled, water-cooled servo motor, the drive system adjusts continuously to the actual power requirement.
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Application examples

Valve actuation system housing
For encapsulating the housings for the Valvetronic VVT3 valve actuation system, ARBURG has designed a fully automated injection molding system, which is managed centrally via the SELOGICA control system. Use of the finished product in the engine compartment places the most stringent demands on the production process.
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Housing cover
As a main contractor, ARBURG has, jointly with its partner Sonderhoff, developed the inline MOLD’n SEAL process, which combines injection molding with subsequent PUR foaming. This allows you to save time, costs and space, as well as significantly increasing your production efficiency.
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Three into one: a magnetic disc, carrier plate and protective cap are molded into a functional rotary encoder using the three-component process. The innovative mold concept and the complex automation solution dispense with joining techniques and downstream assembly.
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Insulation rail
Heat resistant insulating rails for domestic irons are produced on a hydraulic injection molding machine. Fibrous BMC is fed, optimally pre-compressed, by means of the INJESTER screw feeder device. A six-axis robotic system processes the external contours.
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