Our manual Vulcanizing Presses* QUATTRO PARALLEL VP 200 features
an upper heating panel that is moved downwards by an easily rotatable
handwheel via four gears and four threaded spindles. As a result
the upper heating panel is moved parallel and remains perfectly stable
while vulcanzing, which ensures
a compact (not spongy) and parallel aligned rubber mould.
The rubber mould remains elastic permanently because a significantly higher
density is reached during the vulcanizing process.
During the whole pot life – this is the duration, in which the rubber is
deformable (liquid) and has a very high coefficient of expansion –
it is from great importance to reach very high forces:
that on e.g. a 110 x 90 mm rubber mould the hydraulic pressure
rises from 200 bar up to 400 bar.
In a pneumatic vulcanizing press this high pressure entails that the
heating panel opens and the aforementioned density during
pot life is compensated, which leads to unwanted results.
Advantages of the QUATTRO PARALLEL VP 200
- No more spongy rubber moulds and no more products of chance!
Irrespective your vulcanizing frame lies centrally or laterally
you will always obtain a 100% parallel, dense and stable rubber mould
- To minimize the heat transmission on the vulcanizing press,
every heating panel has two thermal shields: a 10 mm mineral fibreboard
and a circulated bridge, respectively
- The threaded spindles and gear wheels are made of high quality steel
- Each heating panel has a separate regulation of temperature
Diameter of Heating Panel: 250 mm
Space between Heating Panels: 125 mm
Maximum vulcanizing mould size: 120 x 100 mm
Dimensions (H x W x D): 650 x 430 x 230 mm
Voltage: 230 V
Power: 1300 W
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Weight: ca. 46 kg
* On request we also deliver the
QUATTRO PARALLEL VP 250 and
QUATTRO PARALLEL VP 160