Thermic oil heated hot press platen steel plate for plywood
· Excellent thermal uniformity on the surface
· Less scrap parts and more heating/cooling control
· A more responsive platen
· Quicker heat up times
· Rapid thermal recovery for quick cycle applications
Hot press Platen Introduction:
ELITE Hot press platen application advisor.
In manufacturing, a platen is a metal plate used in presses.
The press can be for laminating or for the production of a wide
range of items including gaskets, particle board, semiconductor
Many of these processes require heating the platen to high
These heaters deliver high watt densities and are designed to fit
in tight spaces.
Heating is a complex process governed by the principles of
thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer.
Heat transfer, in particular, is useful knowledge as it will help
inform important aspects of heater selection and system design.
Heat transfer is the movement of heat from one area (or object) to
another, always from areas of high concentration (hot) to areas of
low concentration (cool).
hot press platen Data Sheet:
|up to 11.500 mm||Weight of the plate||up to 40t|
|up to 3.500 mm||Diameter of the channels D||20 – 40 mm|
|up to 200 mm||Depth of the holes||up to 3.500 mm (double-sided 7.000 mm)|
ELITE Heating platen deliver high levels of thermal stability to
many kinds of applications that involve heated or cooled plates.
This kind of perforated plates can be designed for electric, oil,
water, or steam heating/cooling. These technologically advanced
plates uniformly apply heating/cooling energy provided to the
platen. In some cases temperature uniformity can reach up to +/-3
ELITE Heating platen Types (A, B, C, D, D Edge Pin, E, M)
Type A - Electric Strip Platen
Type B - Electric Cartridge Platen
Type C - Steam, Water, or Thermal Fluid Platen
Type D - Steam, Water, or Thermal Fluid Platen
Type E - Steam, Water, or Thermal Fluid Platen