It goes without saying that there are countless methods that can be used to achieve effective temperature regulation within your industrial application. What’s more? The rate at which these methods prove optimal will vary, and you can expect that the ones that do not consider your unique parameters are not the options you would want to go with. Indeed, specific industries have unique needs, and your thermal management solution needs to accommodate this. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX explore what factors aid plastic rotational mold cooling, and how we can customize your heat exchanger to consider these needs.
Addressing Specific Molding Needs
Whether you are aware of it or not, the molding industry is one that is in high demand, as many products such as bottles, containers, and more are utilized in a variety of other industries as well. Indeed, just as a business in the Food & Beverage field need containers and bottles to house their products, other businesses utilize these containers to help promote their own operation. As a result, plastic products cover a range of processes and the demand is not expected to go down.
Taking a look more specifically at plastic rotational mold cooling, this process involves filling a heated hollow mold with the material, then slowly rotating the mold itself so that the material disperses and sticks to the walls. This type of process helps produce larger scale items such as barrels, canoes, or helmets.
In order to ensure even cooling, however, your setup could benefit from a custom thermal pin heat exchanger. To learn more about this process and how our team can help you, give us a call today.
Quick and Even Cooling
Because of its consistent movement and need for an even finish, plastic rotational mold cooling could benefit from a custom heat exchanger to ensure a fast and even cool. What’s more? Our thermal pin heat conductors can transfer heat in a rapid manner, allowing the plastic to heat more quickly and evenly. This is especially beneficial when operating a variety of molds, as it provides consistent results regardless of thickness. Give our team a call today to learn more about this process.
One of the biggest concerns when dealing with rapidly heated and then cooled plastics is that temperatures that are too great may cause noticeable blemishes that make their way to the final product. To minimize and eliminate hot spots that cause spotting, pulling, and sink marks, the isothermal nature of the thermal pin is able to produce a more even distribution.
Speak with Our Team
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak with a representative from our team and learn more about the benefits of thermal pins today.