Upgrading your hydraulic press control system to our specialized recipe and data collection, the Edge II Control System, increases your ability to maintain consistent production quality. In addition to recipe creation and storage, the PC based system allows several customizable security levels and critical data collection.
French recently developed a hydraulic press system to improve the part quality of critical composite aerospace components while dramatically reducing production cost, energy consumption and noise emissions.
The following outlines the most commonly processed oilseeds, the use of their oils and the common extraction processes and necessary equipment.
The French Oil Mill Machinery Co. recently custom designed several Vision® Series 100-ton with optional lamination package used to manufacture components for U.S. submarines.
TMP, A Division of French recently developed a multi-purpose, 300-ton vacuum automatic hydraulic lamination system for the printed circuit board industry that allows research development with high-end experimental material, product samples and small run production capabilities. The specialized, electrically heated platens allow high temperature molding, up to 750ºF, with controlled air and/or water-cooling capability for maintaining homogeneous material properties.
TMP, A Division of French, a manufacturer of hydraulic press systems, has recently introduced a high temperature rapid heating oven and an automated high temperature composite molding press system. The design is a 500-ton, up to 1200°F press with an integrated material transfer system.
For three decades, the world’s leading producers of rubber goods, circuit boards, laminates and composites have chosen TMP hydraulic presses for their manufacturing processes.
French recently developed a multi-action, six post downacting hydraulic composite molding press to be used in a specialized manufacturing process.
Come meet with Jim King, our Oilseed Group product sales manager, in booth #401 at the AOCS Expo taking place in San Antonio, Texas from May 4-7, 2014.