Your parameters are assessed and considered when determining your thermal management needs. This is because an environment contains a handful of factors that influence your application’s ability to properly cool its internal components. Indeed, custom heat exchangers more optimally regulate internal temperatures and prevent major system breakdowns from occurring, and this is true for a variety of mold cooling as well. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses specific industries that utilize plastic injection mold cooling, and how transporting waste heat to remote water channels creates dependability.
It goes without saying that technological applications are the backbone of modern industry. After all, manufacturing plants, food and beverage companies, and the like have been able to achieve exponentially high rates of production that would be virtually impossible without keeping the line up and running. But how, exactly, do companies achieve this consistency, especially in differing environments?
The technology that is utilized is highly dependent on your unique set of needs, parameters, and environment. For example, a below ambient heat exchanger would not provide nearly as much assistance in the oil and gas field as it would in power. This is because the method utilized to accomplish temperature regulation depends on an environment where the outside ambient temperature does not exceed that of the control panel itself.
Indeed, if you are aiming to achieve maximum capacity use from your industrial application, then seeking custom products designed with your setup in mind is an absolute must. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.
Applications with Small Cores
When working with applications designed for use in the plastic mold industry, it is important to have an understanding of the intention of use. For example, large cores may be used in applications intended for plastic extrusion or rotational molding, whereas applications with small cores are better suited for blow or injection molding.
When utilizing plastic injection mold cooling, thermal pin heat exchangers can be used to enable cooling in previously inaccessible areas in small cores. Heat is drawn from the plastic to the mold base, with even cooling occurring throughout. Contact our team to learn more about this process today.
Remote Water Channels
Additionally, waste heat that emits from the plastic can be drawn to remote water channels in applications of this model. This is a method of thermal management that has been growing in popularity, as it provides eco-friendly and sustainable results. Ask our team about our heat exchanger recommendations for your setup.
Learn More Today
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team and learn more about the different forms of plastic mold cooling today.