Warm and cold presses

Warm & cold presses are Customised systems of different design for the manufacture of green bodies for Brake linings made from powdery and at the same time resin-impregnated friction lining materials. In contrast to the hot presses, however, only the shaping takes place here, which enables very short process times. A distinction is made between cold pressing (ambient temperature) and warm pressing (max. 100°C). The actual Curing process is performed in a downstream oven in both methods. The pressing itself is done by hydraulic presses in product-specific and heatable moulds. The various system types are based on the batch size on the one hand and on the flexibility requirements for the machine. Regardless of this, all of our systems enable a constant and reproducible product quality through their high degree of automation. 

 

Competitive advantage with
IAG Warm and cold presses

  • Very high technical availability
  • Customer-specific design 
  • Long service life of the systems
  • Low life-cycle costs with maximum quality
  • Stable and process-safe
  • Recipe-based product and production parameters
  • Highly accurate and central temperature control for low heat losses 
  • Ergonomic operation 
  • User-friendly interface 
  • Short tool-changing times and service-friendly design 
  • Flexible systems 
  • Customer-specific fully interlinked production and manufacturing lines

Products


Rotary short-time-press

Rotary short-time-press

  • High-performance, short-time pressing machine for large batches 
  • High productivity 
  • 4 station rotary indexing machine 
  • 3 handling stations 
  •  Cavities per tool: 1-4 (1/2/4)  
  • Temperature of the tools: usually 20-100°C 

Flexible short-time-press

Flexible short-time-press

  • Flexible short-time pressing machine for small to medium-sized batches 
  • High productivity with simultaneous production flexibility
  • 2 independent production units 
  • 2 backplate feeding units 
  • 2 material feeding stations 
  •  Cavities per tool: 1-4 (1/2/4)  
  • Temperature of the tools: usually 20-100°C 
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