The consolidation presses from Meyer are discontinuously working laminating lines for thermoconsolidation and provide significantly higher pressures than continuously working laminating machines. Our economic concept allows temperatures up to 400°C. The materials to be consolidated are stepped through the line and thereby accurately heated, compressed with extreme pressures and cooled down again. These consolidation systems are especially suitable for thermoconsolidation of carbon layers and all materials which demand particularly high pressures at high processing temperatures.
The materials pass through a stepped process with several heating and cooling presses. This discontinuous process makes it possible to selectively heat, compress or cool the materials in the individual steps according to the requirements to obtain the desired end product. This process can be done from roll to roll or processing panel material.