Tyre Curing Presses

AMCL’s AUBO range of Bag-O- Matic type tyre curing presses meet the curing needs of scooter, motor cycle, mopeds, passenger car, LCV, ADV, truck, tractor & OTR Tyres.

  • AMCL’s AUBO range of Bag-O-Matic type curing presses meet the curing needs of scooter, motorcycle, mopeds, passenger car, LCV, ADV, truck, tractor & OTR tyres.
  • For truck & OTR sizes, presses are available both in dome and platen design.
  • Our CUREX-B Tyre Curing Presses are a result of extensive R&D, proven design and rugged construction.
  • Reliable operation with minimum maintenance.
  • Entire operation of green tyre loading, alignment, curing, stripping & tyre unloading is done with precision in short time.
  • Resulting in Enhance productivity.

Technical Data of Mechanical Tyre Curing Press


Bead Dia.

Applicable Tyre

Maximum Closing Force/Cavity (Tons)

Platen Diameter (mm)

Mould Accommodation Height

Max Tyre Internal Pressure kg/cm2

Max (mm) Min (mm)

TCP 24”

8” – 12” Scooter 50 630 240 120 21

TCP 30”

8” – 12” Scooter & Motorcycle 70 805 250 120 21

TCP 36”

8” – 19” Scooter & Motorcycle 75 915 260 120 21

TCP 42”

16” – 19” Passenger Cars & LCV 140 1010 330 120 28

TCP 45”

17” – 19” Passenger Cars & LCV 160 1070 460 200 28

Dome Presses (Truck)

TCP 55”

15” – 22.5” Bus & Truck 295 1310 445 241 7 Kg/Cm2

TCP 65.5”

17” – 24.5” Bus, Truck & Tractor Rear 453 1575 635 254 7 Kg/Cm2
Exclusive Features
  • Low operating cost due to optimized Machine Design, Hydraulics & Curing Circuit Design.
  • High quality and high precision.
  • Data recording & retrieval arrangement.
  • Equipped with all the required safety features including safety switch & emergency stop arrangement.
  • Robust, reliable and durable.
  • Easy to install and maintain due to simple design & standardized components.
  • Environment friendly operation.

Basic Machine

The press is assembled completely with Machine Frame, Centre Mechanism including Bladder Cylinder & Ejector Cylinder, Heating Platens, Hydraulic Power Unit along with Control Valve Blocks, Interconnecting piping, Heating & Curing Circuit, Safety Arrangements, Operation & Instrumentation Panels etc.

Technical Data Sheet of Hydraulic Tyre Curing Press


14” X 36”

16” X 42”

22” X 60”

26” X 84”

Working diameter of Rolls (mm) 356 406 560 560
Working lengths of rolls (mm) 702 1067 1524 2134
Working linear speed of front roll (RPM) 19.0 17.97 12.78 10.75
Max gap (mm) 12 12 12 12
Capacity per. Batch (kg) 35 60 90 250
Driving motor power (kw) 30 37 100 110
Overall Length (mm) 3456 4250 6120 8134
Overall Height (mm) 1425 1850 2280 3124
Overall Width (mm) 1610 1870 2000 2184
Bearings Bush Type Bearing/ Anti Friction Roller Bearings
  • The HB Type presses have been designed specially for manufacturing and curing the bladders used in the AUBO, BOM and AUTOFORM presses.
  • The control of the Hydraulic system included in the equipment is designed such that lower mould half carrying the uncured rubber approaches the upper mould half with high velocity during the first closing stage. Thereby, the total closing period is reduced to a minimum.
  • In the beginning of the pressing operation the closing speed is stackened automatically in order to obtain slow and uniform compression of the uncured material. After lapse of the curing time, the press opens automatically and the bladders for AUBO and BOM presses are removed from the lower core plate.

Operation of Bladder Curing Press

  • The bladder for AUTOFORM presses is detached by means of a pneumatic device which can be included in the delivery package on specific order.
  • The two external mould portions and the core are cured by a direct steam connection.
  • The press along with the hydraulic power unit are delivered in a “ready for connection” condition, excluding curing platens. The timer/PLC for automatic press opening after completion of the curing period as well as the steam/ condensate piping are normal features of supply.

Bladder Moulds:

The moulds are manufactured according to customers drawing using high grade steel.

Technical Data Sheet of Bladder Curing Press






Mould Range Cycle & Motor-cycle 11.00-20* 12.00-24* 18.00-24/25
Maximum mould height (mm) 250 750 850 1300
Minimum mould height (mm) 100 450** 550** 500
Closing Pressure (tons) 300 450 450 600
Operation pressure (atm) 250 250 250 180
Electric power 10 10 10 80
Approx. weight of press (kgs) 7000 9200 12000 38000
Approx. closing speed H.P.(mm/min) 100 66 66 36-336
Approx. closing speed L.P.(mm/min) 1000 1000 1000 1400-1700

General Description of Tube Curing Press

Design and Operation Features

  • Tube curing presses require a drive enabling the mould halves to close within the shortest possible time in order to avoid premature curing of non-vulcanized and relatively thin material in the hot mould and to launch the curing process under internal pressure as quickly as possible. It takes 5.5 seconds to close the mould halves.
  • Another important feature is revealed by opening and closing movement of the press. In opening the lower part of the press goes down by simultaneously tilting forward while the upper part remains fixed, thus providing a desk like loading and unloading position which is particularly advantageous in view of the flabby tubes having a relatively large diameter.
  • The presses are delivered with or without curing platen. However, in the case of larger tubes, mould with steam jacket is generally used to obtain uniform curing. As the curing platen serves as mould fixation also, the upper curing platen is replaced by special mould retaining plate in mould with a steam jacket, while the lower mould half is fixed to the table. A central adjustment installation on the upper part of the press enables quick and uniform adjustment to the various mould heights.

Technical Data Sheet of Tube Curing Press

For moulds to be inserted in

Model No.






Scooter tyre & Industrial tyre sizes Motor cycle & passenger car tyre sizes Passenger car & light truck tyre sizes Truck tyre sizes Truck tyre & Tractor tyre sizes

Maximum mould height without curing platens

270 310 390 400 500

Minimum mould height without curing platens

170 170 240 250 290

Maximum mould height with curing platens

160 200 250 - -

Minimum mould height with curing platens

60 60 100 - -