4/23/2019

Heating Platens Reduce Mold Surface Temperature Variation

Originally titled 'Heating Platens Reduce Mold Surface Temperature Variation'
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Venango Machine Company’s MultiZone heating platens with a control system reduce surface temperature variation in compression molds by almost 400 percent.

Venango Machine Company’s MultiZone heating platens with a control system reduce surface temperature variation in compression molds by almost 400 percent, delivering precise control to ensure good product and faster recoveries, and saving time and money. The heating platens improve temperature uniformity, increase CPK while lowering the standard deviation and lead to shorter cure times and lower scrap rates.

The company manufactures steam, hot oil, electrically heated (cartridge and strip), high temperature and heating/cooling platens for hydraulic press and compression molding applications. Platens accommodate round, square or rectangular designs for any application. Regardless of press size or type, the company designs new platens or simply manufactures platens to OEM specifications.

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Venango Machine Company

Booth: 511

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