Foam Molding

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  • Foam Molding Machine MPH 80/35-A

    Foam Molding Machine MPH 80/35-A is used for producing foam replicas from pre-expanded polystyrene beads.


  • Foam Molding Machine MPH 80/60

    Foam Molding Machine MPH 80/60 is used for producing foam replicas from pre-expanded polystyrene beads. This equipment is specifically designed for the lost foam process.


  • Foam Molding Machine MPH100/100

    Foam Molding Machine MPH 100/100 is used for producing foam replicas from pre-expanded polystyrene beads. This equipment is specifically designed for the lost foam process.


  • Foam Molding Machine MPH120/120

    Foam Molding Machine MPH 120/120 is used for producing foam replicas from pre-expanded polystyrene beads. This equipment is specifically designed for the lost foam process.


  • Foam Molding Machine MPV 100/100

    Foam Molding Machine MPV 100/100 is used for producing foam replicas from pre-expanded polystyrene beads. This equipment is specifically designed for the lost foam process.


  • Foam Molding Machine MPV 80/60

    Foam Molding Machine MPV 80/60 is used for producing foam replicas from pre-expanded polystyrene beads. This equipment is specifically designed for the lost foam process.


  • Foam Molding Machine MPV120/120

    Foam Molding Machine MPV 120/120 is used for producing foam replicas from pre-expanded polystyrene beads. This equipment is specifically designed for the lost foam process.


  • Mold Drying Ovens

    One Mold Drying Oven is provided. The oven is designed to enclose three parts of the maximum size 84 in long (21 m). The conveyor, when programmed to advance 84 in increments every 2 minutes will provide six minutes of heating each cope or drag of the maximum size. Smaller parts may be loaded on the conveyor in higher density.


  • Mold Preheat Ovens

    The Mold Preheat Oven is designed to enclose three parts of the maximum size – 84 in long (2,134 mm). The Conveyor, when programmed to advance 84 in increments every two minutes, will provide six minutes of heating to each cope or drag of the maximum size. Smaller parts may be loaded on the conveyor in higher density.