Double Disk Friction Screw Press Evolution
Double-disc friction screw press is a long history of the oldest molding equipment. A long time ago in Europe there was a wooden screw press used to suppress grape juice and olive oil. Johann Gensleisch, a 15th-century German, built a screw press on the basis of a wooden screw press, arguably the ancestor of screw presses and other mechanical presses. In European languages, printing and printing are synonymous with stemming. In the early 16th century, Italians used screw presses to suppress metal products and coins. Until the mid-nineteenth century, steam-driven mechanical press appeared.
Into the 21st century, Double-disc friction screw presses still flourish. Formed a diverse species, complete specifications, increasing the level of automation of civilization
Double Disk Friction Screw Press