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Intelicare Composites Division Synonymous with RTM, Heated Platen Presses and Curing Ovens

Intelicare Platon Press

Intelicare Composites Division now boasts an impressive portfolio of equipment for R&D and production, encompassing composites RTM, forming and curing, all under one roof.

This, the company says, provides the capability to supply individual products or complete packages to an even wider customer base who benefit from an extensive choice of equipment coupled with comprehensive product knowledge and project management skills.

The portfolio includes products from the following partners for industries including automotive, aerospace, marine and recreation.

Platen Presses from Pinette P.E.I.
Heated platen presses for composites, thermoplastics and other materials. A comprehensive range from compact laboratory models to large, purpose designed units for component manufacture.

Liquid Resin Application from ISOJET
Injection and infusion of single component or two-part resins.
Gear pump or high-pressure piston application with capacities from 5 litre cans to 200 litre drums and IBC
Resin Injection (RTM, RIM, SQRTM), Adhesives Bonding and Resin Encapsulation/Potting.

Thermal Convection Heating from SAT Thermique
Ovens, tunnels and rotational moulding for many industrial applications including composites curing.
A variety of handling solutions are available such as conveying and lifting.

Platen Press Cooling and Thermoregulation from Frigosystem
For those heated platen press users who need rapid or controlled cooling of the platens or who are unable to exhaust very hot water and steam down conventional building drains, Intelicare provide air cooled or water-cooled chillers plus water/oil thermoregulation.

Want to know more about Intelicare Composites and Thermoplastics capabilities, visit the website at www.intelicare.co.uk, telephone 01777 248777 or e-mail presses@intelicare.co.uk.

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