Small Core Cooling For Various Molds

Close-up of plastic spoon product on injection molding press machineWhile there are a variety of considerations that should be made in regard to your industrial application’s needs, overheating is by far one of the most important. After all, you would not expect a human to work nonstop without breaks, and your technology requires assistance as well. Bear in mind, however, that a one-size-fits-all solution might end up causing more problems than it solves. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will discuss the need for consistent cooling within plastic molds, and how thermal pins are ideal solutions for plastic injection mold cooling.

High-Temperature Heat Pipes

It goes without saying that there are a variety of methods out there that can assist with regulating internal temperatures within your equipment. Indeed, some solutions may be ideal for a specific role or industry, while others may cause more issues than they solve. The key to getting the most out of your machines is customization with the intent to address a device’s specific needs.

When it comes to industries that utilize molds to create a variety of products, thermal management can be even more challenging. You see, being able to both rapidly heat and rapidly cool a product involves more than you might expect, and previous solutions of the past contained hurdles that seemed nearly impassable. Fortunately, this is where our custom thermal pin heat exchangers come in to help.

A thermal pin is a small yet high-temperature heat pipe that provides temperature cooling in a variety of equipment. More specifically, it can assist with plastic injection mold cooling by reaching areas that were previously inaccessible to most methods of the past. To learn more about this process, reach out to our team today.

Solid Base or remote Channels

There are a variety of different industries that utilize plastic injection mold cooling, and certain aspects of a thermal pin’s design can be custom-tailored to meet your specific parameters. For instance, thermal pins can help draw heat from the plastic to the mold base in equipment with solid cores. What’s more? If your application contains remote water channels, the heat can be drawn there as well! Contact a member of our team to learn more about this process.

An Even Result

Another major benefit from plastic injection mold cooling is the ability to evenly heat and cool a mold throughout, regardless of variations in its thickness. In other words, a more even cool drastically reduces the risks of visible discrepancies forming, including sink marks, spotting, and more. Additionally, higher consistency and rapid cooling allow for shorter cycle times and higher yields.

Speak with Our Team

When you are ready to get started on your custom solution, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 and speak to a member of our team today.