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Platen Press Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial platen press manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source platen press manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These platen press companies can design, engineer and manufacture platen presses to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these platen press manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of platen steel presses, molded platen presses, industrial presses.

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Macrodyne Technologies is an IS0 9001:2000 Registered company committed to the highest level of quality for its platen presses. Macrodyne strives to meet and exceed its customers requirements by supplying high quality innovative solutions, delivered on time every time. Contact Macrodyne today with any questions you may have or visit their website for more information.
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Joining force and precision, Grimco is a leading manufacturer of high-quality platen presses in addition to many other related equipment. Serving the industry for more than half a century, Grimco's products are available in a wide variety of standard and specially engineered models. Please visit Grimco's website for full product and service descriptions today.
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Here at Savage Engineering & Sales, Inc. we manufacture platen presses for a wide range of industries. These presses can handle capacities up to 3,500 tons and we are proud to say that all of our presses are made right here in the United States. You can trust our high performance platen presses to handle your applications. Please contact us today to learn more information!
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Our platen presses come in a variety of different configurations and our teams are available to help you with determining the best press for your application. We are a family owned and operated business and we are always here to assist your hydraulic press needs. If you have any questions do not hesitate to give one of our representatives a call today!
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Confused about what press design is right for your needs? We can help! We have over 70 years of experience in the press manufacturing industry. We carry a large range of presses, including platen presses, hydraulic presses, and stamping presses. Our staff can help you select the right design for your needs, no matter what industry you are in. Contact us to learn more today!
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Platen Presses

Platen presses are large, industrial hydraulic presses that use two large, heated steel plates to crush, condense, mold and form different products. Mainly used to manufacture composite materials, one of the most common applications for platen presses is in the forestry industry to condense wood material and forest products, producing composites like particle board and plywood.

Platen presses form a vast variety of products, including rubber and plastic products such as mats and sheets. Additionally, the aircraft and aerospace industries use platen presses for airplane components like noses, nacelles, doors and seating structures. Conveyor belts, bullet-proof helmets and body armor, car bodies, ship components, some furniture, tires, stainless steel kitchen sinks, appliance parts, laminate, freeway signs, honeycomb panels and other structural components are also formed by platen presses because they are able to easily form even the toughest materials by using so much force in combination with heat. Research and testing facilities use platen presses for impact testing by crushing the test object between two platens. In plastic packaging, the vacuum molding machines that seal the plastic around the product are considered platen presses, since the plastic edges are crushed and melted between two heated metal plates.

Platen presses are hydraulically powered and use extreme amounts of pressure to compact different materials together to form a new product or reduce the size of scraps. This type of hydraulic press is defined by the large, heavy, flat metal plates that crush and condense materials between them. The design of these plates features a bottom and top platen, stacked upon each other and while the bottom platen usually remains stationary, the top one moves up and down. Molded products like kitchen sinks and tires are formed by platen presses that have molds attached to the platens. Each platen weighs several tons, and is considered the heaviest and strongest component of the press. The platens are heated by oil, steam, water or electricity, and raise the temperature enough so that the material is malleable, but not molten. In order to produce a quality product, platen presses must have temperature uniformity throughout each platen, even load distribution, temperature range and platen stability under high pressure. Every component in a platen press is made of structural steel; the platens are most often stainless steel. They are often equipped with rapid cooling systems to quicken the forming process by decreasing the product's cure and dry time.

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