Our approach to custom designing a hydraulic press starts with learning more about your business and manufacturing processes so we can work together to create a press with capabilities tailored to your needs.
French hydraulic press engineers specialize in providing heavy duty stand-alone presses and press systems with variety of features including platen heating/cooling choices and advanced control systems to improve part quality and lower life-cycle costs.
100 Ton and Under Hydraulic Press Features Can Include:
- Sideplate or column construction
- Compression molding, transfer molding, vacuum molding and laminating styles available
- Upacting or downacting with multiple daylights
- Multi-zone heating and/or cooling platens
- Automation features including shuttle systems and loading/unloading systems
- Precision control packages
- Built-in lift tubes facilitate ease of placement and relocation
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Compaction Press Produces Consistent High Quality PTFE Products
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New Vision Series Vacuum Hydraulic Press For Quality Composite Molding Part Production
The 50 ton hydraulic press model, features electrically heated platens with a steady state working temperature of 500° F. The platens are also further drilled for water cooling circulation. Read more for additional features.
French Vision® Series Hydraulic Press Increases Production Rates & Reduces Energy Consumption
Learn how French recently custom designed a Vision Series Hydraulic Press with a 75-ton high temperature heating press and a 30-ton cooling press integrated with a central hydraulic and electrical system. Separating the heating and cooling press units gives the customer two improvements to their molding process, increased production and reduced energy consumption.