Optimizing Rotational Mold Cooling

Close up plastic mold bottle blowing for mass production (manufacturing process for industrial work)Ensuring that your applications and equipment are functioning properly is a must when it comes to competitive industry output. What’s more, having an understanding of your equipment’s needs and parameters can go a long way toward proper production and optimal usage. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will take a closer look at the way thermal pins can help regulate the temperature within the plastic mold industry much more efficiently.

Rotational v. Injection

In a number of industries, heat conductors serve a vital purpose in spreading, moving, or dissipating waste heat within technological applications. What’s more, there are a variety of methods to do so. Specifically, we are taking a look at the rapid removal of thermal energy in the plastic mold business in order to increase yield and efficiency in the ever-increasing competitive arena.

When it comes to spreading thermal energy, a variety of methods may be utilized. For instance, in some places, injection is used to force waste heat away from the plastic mold itself through the use of a solution known as a thermal pin. In other industries, however, the use of rotational and extrusion allows these thermal pins to transfer energy evenly regardless of thickness in the mold, meaning that hot spots become a worry of the past as does sink marks, pulling, and spotting. To learn more about rotational mold cooling, contact your nearest Noren representative today.

Simple and Efficient Heat Transfer

When it comes to creating solutions that optimize function and efficiency, sometimes it is better to take a step in a simpler direction than it is to overcomplicate things. Indeed, the team at Noren embraces this approach in order to create parameter-specific thermal management concepts and products that utilize low amounts of energy and cost. What’s more, these solutions often consist of natural heat management technology, including through conduction, convection, and radiation. This means that you can reap the benefits of a low-cost, low-energy solution that produces higher yields and optimal results.

Custom Solutions for a Variety of Products

The beauty behind the parameter-specific approach is the manner in which it embraces that not all machines were created identically. In fact, significant movement away from a one-size-fits-all approach has become more and more prevalent with the advent of new technology, and our team strives to continue innovating and testing creative ideas to provide solutions that do not cause you to break the bank. No matter your parameters, our team is ready to work with you to design a custom solution that addresses your specific needs.

Learn More Today

For more information about optimizing your rotational mold cooling capabilities with a custom thermal pin, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about your options today.