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Machinery & Machining Tools -> Power Presses -> Heated Platen Presses

Heated Platen Presses

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Presses offer clamping force from 2.8-28 tons.

Presses offer clamping force from 2.8-28 tons.

Wabash MPI    Wabash, IN 46992 0298
Nov 16, 2009 Featuring 15 x 15 in. platen size, Triton Series includes high end controls for pressure and temperature ramping. PLC controller offers 3 in. touch screen and stores up to 10 programs. Operator controls include 2 clamp close buttons, clamp open, emergency stop, and power on/off. Guards include manual hinged front with magnetic safety switch interlock, sheet metal wrap that can be removed for maintenance access, and expanded metal windows.

Large Platen Press uses heat to seal medical packaging.

Large Platen Press uses heat to seal medical packaging.

Atlas Vac Machine Div., Planet Products Corp.    Cincinnati, OH 45242
May 02, 2008 Model 18:30S can provide over 10,000 lbf on large format (18 x 30 in.), Silverstone-coated sealing platen. In addition to PLC for temperature, dwell time, and pressure management, sealer includes standard secondary IR thermal sensing that provides packaging engineers with platen temperature information needed during validation. Optional Direct Force Sensing System provides reading of force (lbf) exerted by tray sealer press against seal tooling on every stroke.

In-Line Hot Stamp Coder targets OEMs.

Norwood Marking Systems, A Div. Of ITW    Downers Grove, IL 60515
Jul 03, 2007 Achieving 150 prints/min in 5.2 x 8.1 in. frame, Model 40/25 CL offers print area of 1 x 1 in. and can be integrated with host equipment including primary labelers, form-fill-seal systems, thermoformers, and overwrapping systems. Foil indexing system minimizes foil waste, while quick-change foil magazine cuts downtime associated with ribbon re-threading. Coder is suited for printing expiration dates, product identification information, lot-batch numbers, and company logos.

Platen Presses are suited for use in R&D laboratories.

Platen Presses are suited for use in R&D laboratories.

Fontijne Presses    Itasca, IL 60143-1365
Jan 05, 2004 Suited for use in quality control applications, manual and programmable Laboratory Platen Presses models are available in vacuum and multi-daylight configurations. Compact, ergonomically designed products have integrated heated and coolant platens, max temperature of 572F, temperature accuracy of 39.2F, 7 7/8 in. stroke, 5-100 ton press force, and compressed air connection for removing water out of platens after cooling.

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