What does a hydrolic press do?

hydrolic press is a machine that utilizes lifting or pressing through the use of air pressure combining with liquid to apply very large amounts of lifting or pressing capability. The input of energy to result is what is specific. A hydraulic press is a hydraulic mechanism for applying a large lifting or compressive force. It is the hydraulic equivalent of a mechanical lever, and is also known as a Bramah press after the inventor, Joseph Bramah, of England. He invented and was issued a patent on this press in 1795. As Bramah (who is also known for his development of the flush toilet) installed toilets, he studied the existing literature on the motion of fluids and put this knowledge into the development of the press.[1]Hydraulic presses are the most commonly-used and efficient form of modern press.