Most thermal applications store sensitive wires and electronics in an electrical panel or enclosure. Though this practice helps protect these sensitive wires, it can also lead to an increase in overheating. This then leads to even bigger concerns such as application breakdown or damage, and the next thing you know, you are having to replace expensive equipment, a process that takes much time and effort. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses the need for consistent mold cooling in industries utilizing plastic injection methods, as well as how our team can assist.
Various Molding Industries
It goes without saying that there are numerous companies out there that specialize in manufacturing food and beverage components. For example, the plastic bottles that water and other drinks are stored in must be created with consistency and dependability in mind in order to ensure proper use. Still, however, it is important to recognize the processes behind water bottle manufacturing – as well as other food and beverage components – prior to working with one company over another.
Indeed, the plastic mold field is necessary for creating a variety of plastic products, some of which include bottles, containers, and even unique bins or basins. In order to prioritize quality solutions, however, we must first take a look at your thermal management capabilities.
Indeed, plastic injection mold cooling in particular consists of injecting material into a custom mold and allowing the substance to cool appropriately. With such rapid production, however, it can be difficult to ensure consistent cooling throughout. Fortunately, that is where our team comes in to help. For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.
Issues We Can Address
Custom thermal solutions such as our thermal pin heat exchangers can be implemented in a variety of applications to regulate cooling capabilities. You see, reaching certain areas of a plastic mold – especially with products containing various angles and bends – has proven difficult for companies in the past, especially if done in a rapid heating/cooling cycle.
With custom thermal pins, however, these areas are able to be fully cooled in ways previously inaccessible. In other words, you no longer have to sacrifice quality and productivity for sub-optimal capabilities, and our team is ready to work with you. Give our team a call today to learn more about your options.
Plastic Injection Mold Cooling Benefits
In industries where quick cycle times are a must, a custom thermal pin allows you to maintain a consistent level of quality throughout without the impact of pulling, sink marks, and spotting. Further, you do not have to sacrifice cycle times as well, and a custom solution can even help reduce these times!
Learn More Today
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn how a custom thermal solution can be used to help regulate cooling capabilities, thus paving the way for higher-quality solutions.