TMP, A Division of French Oil has over 30 years of experience in designing heated platen presses for reliable performance and process compatibility. TMP heated platen presses can be supplied as compression, transfer and vacuum molding with either electrical, hot oil or steam heating. Custom and standard platen sizes are available, along with various press pressure ranges.
Contact a TMP representative for more information on a platen press.
TMP Electrically Heated Platen Presses are uniquely designed to provide uniform heat distribution and temperature control, which is ideal for molding, bonding or lamination. Standard electrically heated platen presses heat to an operating temperature of 550 °F, though we can provide optional heating up to 1200 °F. Learn more about our Electrically Heated Platen Press.
TMP Oil Heated Platen Presses provide the most accurate and uniform temperature in your molding process. Oil heating is suitable for the entire range of composite and rubber molding, bonding and laminating applications. Oil heated platens offer controlled heating to an operating temperature of 750 °F. Learn more about our Oil Heated Platen Press.
TMP Steam Heated Platen Presses provide cost effective heating and accurate temperatures for molding, particleboard, laminating and bonding. Platens are properly engineered and designed to match your existing or new steam source for heating up to 400 °F. Learn more about our Steam Heated Platen Press.
TMP Platen Presses integrated with Isoplaten® heated platen technology deliver more uniform cure rates at optimum processing temperatures, decreased cycle times, reduced maintenance and lower energy costs in rubber molding. Learn more about our Platen Press with Isoplatens®.
270-Ton Hydraulic Heated Platen Press
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TMP's parent company,
The French Oil Mill Machinery Company, owns the exclusive license from Acrolab for the manufacture and sale of Isoplatens® within the rubber molding and processing industry in North America and selected worldwide markets. Isoplaten® is a registered trademark of Acrolab Ltd.